Coffee & Cigarettes (2003) dir. by Jim Jarmusch: "An odd concept for a film, Coffee and Cigarettes can be seen as either one of two ways. On one hand a dark, clever, ingenious piece of cinema, or on the other hand a dark, clever, ingenious piece of cinema. Jim Jarmusch can’t be beaten. The dialogue seems to be mostly improvised, but the concept is not. Every short chapter here has a meaning and gives us something to think about. The films are in black and white, like coffee and cigarettes and that still is, and will always be, a way of pushing things harder. This is very much comedy and very much serious." (x)
"The Stones first and last appearance on this show. They received a lot of flak after this broadcast, not for their musical performance but for their rudeness and generally surly attitudes during the "hit or miss" song-judging portion of the show. They verbally put down each song they heard, giving all (except, most likely, one) a rating of "miss". "It’s All Over Now" was also on the docket."
Apparently any recording of this episode has been lost or thrown out. No existing footage known, which is unfortunate.