Buck Henry on becoming a writer on The Garry Moore Show; on being the "parody" specialist on that show
Buck Henry on making Vinny Bogart, the head writer on The Garry Moore show, laugh
Buck Henry on the challenges of writing for The Garry Moore Show; on writing for someone else's voice
Buck Henry on why he enjoyed writing for The Garry Moore Show; because of all the interesting guest stars
Buck Henry on dealing with offensive or sensitive subject matter on Get Smart
Buck Henry on the genesis of Get Smart which he co-wrote with Mel Brooks; on the title
Buck Henry on why "Agent 99" did not have a name on Get Smart; on the casting of the show
Buck Henry on how Don Adams came to Get Smart as "Maxwell Smart"; on other candidates for the role
Buck Henry on Leonard Stern's contribution to Get Smart; the opening which he calls "the best opening and closer in television history"
Buck Henry on writing "the cone of silence" on Get Smart; on the other gadgets used on the show
Buck Henry on his day-to-day writing duties on Get Smart; on his favorite episodes
Buck Henry on the romantic plotline on Get Smart between Maxwell Smart and Agent 99; how he disagreed with it going too far; on why he didn't want to reveal the characters' real name
Buck Henry on the legacy of Get Smart and its place in history
Buck Henry on how he was asked to host Saturday Night Live by Lorne Michaels
Buck Henry on his Saturday Night Live character "Uncle Roy"
Buck Henry on the Saturday Night Live skit "Stunt Baby"
Buck Henry on the Saturday Night Live skits with John Belushi and the "Samurai Stock Broker" episode when he was seriously injured
Buck Henry on the creative process on Saturday Night Live ; being a frequent guest-host on SNL
Buck Henry on some of his favorite SNL sketches, "Lord and Lady Douchebag"
Buck Henry on the SNL live remote broadcast from Mardi Gras in 1977
Buck Henry on the last time he hosted SNL in 1989 and on the new version of the show he helped Lorne Michaels create after his hiatus