Gilbert and Frank welcome actor-writer-director Jonathan Lynn, who weighs in on a number of topics, including his collaborations with Jerome Robbins and Tennessee Williams, sharing the stage with future Pythons John Cleese and Graham Chapman and the challenges of directing the cult/classic comedies “Clue” and “My Cousin Vinny.” Also, Ed Sullivan loses his cool, Zero Mostel cracks wise, Steve Martin takes a crack at “Bilko” and Jonathan fights (and wins) for Marisa Tomei. Plus: Fred Gwynne! In praise of Austin Pendleton! Chaplin comes to tea! Peter O’Toole goes Hollywood! And the truth behind the Orson Welles frozen peas ad!