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#5644: TOMORROW SHOW WITH TOM SNYDER, THE
1977-02-09, WNBC, 50 min.
Jimmy Carter, Tom Snyder, Billy Carter, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Liz Smith

October 15, 1973-January 28, 1982. 

An hour-long talk show hosted by Tom Snyder. Network television's first entry into late-late-night programming on weeknights Monday thru Thursday, usually broadcasting on tape 1 AM to 2 AM. "Tomorrow" was expanded to 90 minutes on September 16, 1980.

The broadcast begins with the first of two guests, Billy Carter, brother of President Jimmy Carter. 
Topics discusses include Billy's early life in Plains Georgia, preference to limit his visits to the White House, opinions related to the current energy crisis, Liz Smith's book about Billy Carter which he mentions is totally fictitious, his early marriage at 18 and his six children, feelings about religious hypocrisy, his own morality code, and what it takes to be a successful peanut farmer.  

Second guest is Arnold Schwarzenegger, former world body building champion, who is now retired and has just completed his second motion picture. Schwarzenegger relates  to Snyder how body builders are superb in all sports, discusses his weight training routines, his early interest  in body building and how he first entered competitions, the connection of body and mind, importance of diet and nutrition, his approach when he would be in competition. Other topics discussed how women love to touch him "all over," having sex the night before major body building competitions, and the topic of the fallacy that body builders are gay.    

Contains commercials. 
#18463: NEWS,THE
1980-07-23, , min.
Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter, John Anderson

Billy Carter's relationship with Libya being investigated. Reagan-Carter-John Anderson race heating up.            
#18468: NEWS,THE
1980-07-29, , min.
Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter, Ella Grasso

President Carter says he's willing to answer all questions about his brother's involvement with Libya. Connecticut governor Ella Grasso reported urging President Carter to release his delegates.         
#18470: NEWS,THE
1980-07-30, , min.
Billy Carter

Report Billy Carter lied about his first payment from Libya.
Democrats calling for open convention believed helped by Billy Carter revelations.            
#18473: NEWS,THE
1980-07-30, , min.
Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter

Billy Carter claims to have received State Department telegrams from President Carter regarding his Libya trip.      
#18474: NEWS,THE
1980-07-31, , min.
Edward Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter, John Anderson

John Anderson reportedly tells Edward Kennedy he will resign from 
Presidential race if Democrats drop Jimmy Carter.             
#18476: NEWS,THE
1980-08-01, , min.
Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter, Birch Bayh

President Carter reportedly still refusing to release delegates for open Convention. Birch Bayh, chairperson of Senate subcommittee investigating Billy Carter, said hopefully work will be wrapped up by Labor Day.            
#18478: PRESIDENT CARTER NEWS CONFERENCE
1980-08-04, , min.
Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter

President Carter holds a news conference to answer questions about his brother Billy.      
#18479: NEWS,THE
1980-08-07, , min.
Edward Kennedy, Billy Carter, John Anderson

John Anderson's recent meeting with Edward Kennedy about withdrawing from the Democratic presidential race is noted. Libya's foreign liason office reported releasing statement in defense of Billy Carter.       
#18500: NEWS,THE
1980-08-22, , min.
Billy Carter, Michael Myers

Senate Subcommittee ends questioning of Billy Carter. Said little learned about Libyan involvement. Michael Myers on trial in Abscam matter.            
#18510: NEWS,THE
1980-09-04, , min.
Harold Brown, Billy Carter, Benjamin Civiletti

Defense Secretary Harold Brown's remarks on new stealth planes, said to be invisible to enemy radar. Senate Subcommittee investigating Billy Carter's association with Libya said to be focusing on Attorney General Benjamin Civiletti.         
#18534: NEWS,THE
1980-09-30, , min.
Jimmy Carter, Billy Carter

White House said to be preparing a response to Senate Subcommittee conclusion in Billy Carter-Libya affair. 
President Carter proposal to revive Steel Industry.           
#18537: NEWS,THE
1980-10-02, , min.
Billy Carter, Michael Myers

Senate Subcommittee reports on Billy Carter's Libyan connection. House of Representatives said to be expelling Pennsylvania's Michael Myers due to Abscam conviction.           
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