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  • 7 saisons
  • 156 épisodes
  • Début :
    1962
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After a five season run on I Love Lucy, Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance return to the small screen in The Lucy Show. This time they play a pair of widows, Lucy Carmichael and Vivian Bagley, living together as best friends with their children Chris snd Jerry Carmichael and Jerry Bagley in Danfield, N.Y.

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Saisons & épisodes Les résumés de tous les épisodes de The Lucy Show

S01E01 Lucy Waits Up for Chris 01/10/1962 When Lucy waits up for her daughter Chris to return from a date, the fourteen-year old girl is mightly embarrassed. Lucy promises never to do it again, but can't help herself. To not be discovered, Lucy accidentally locks herself out of the house and has to enter by the only means available; a trampoline.
S01E02 Lucy Digs Up a Date 08/10/1962 Eager to ask Jerry's handsome math teacher to take her to a dance, Lucy steals the teacher's driver's license to find out whether he's married, then ends up in the teacher's fencing outfit to get the license back into his wallet.
S01E03 Lucy Is a Referee 15/10/1962 Lucy has Harry give her a crash course in football after she volunteers to referee a game for Jerry and Sherman's league. She fails so miserably, she's chased off the field. To make up for the disaster, she offers to take all 25 players to a pro game. That plan also goes awry when a blizzard traps all the boys in Lucy and Viv's house for the weekend.
S01E04 Lucy Misplaces $2,000 22/10/1962 When the bank accidentally gives Lucy a check for $2,000 instead of $20, Lucy decides to hide the money in a candy box for a few days to give the persnickety banker a good scare.
S01E05 Lucy Buys a Sheep 29/10/1962 Left with no one to tend the lawn, Lucy buys a sheep named Clementine to take care of the grass. Unfortunately, weather and circumstances make Clementine an unwelcome house guest, and Lucy sneaks her back to the farm. Only then is she offered $200 for Clementine to appear in a blanket ad.
S01E06 Lucy Becomes an Astronaut 05/11/1962 After Lucy and Vivian successfully spend 24 hours in a simulated space ship, Vivian decides to deflate Lucy's ego by convincing the red-head that she has been selected as the first woman astronaut and must leave immediately for Cape Canaveral.
S01E07 Lucy Is a Kangaroo for a Day 12/11/1962 Lucy takes a secretarial temp job in order to afford a bicycle for Jerry's birthday. Lost in a modern office, she has disastrous contact with the electric pencil sharpener, the water cooler, and the electric typewriter. Her exasperated employer sends on out on errands when her dress gets caught in an elevator and unravels. Not wanting to deliver contracts in her unmentionables, Lucy borrows a kangaroo costume to finish her chores.
S01E08 Lucy, the Music Lover 19/11/1962 Lucy goes overboard to make the doctor she's dating believe she's as big a classical music lover as he is. Her elaborate sham was for naught; when she invites her date over, he ends up making beautiful music with Viv. He's even planning to play violin in Viv's benefit recital--until Lucy crushes his hand with the piano lid.
S01E09 Lucy Puts Up a TV Antenna 26/11/1962 To save money, Lucy talks Vivian into helping her install a new TV antenna on the roof. The do-it-yourself project costs a small fortune thanks to Lucy's general klutziness, Viv's fear of heights, broken windows, new holes in the roof, and smoke damage caused by clogging the chimney with Lucy's bottom.
S01E10 Vivian Sues Lucy 03/12/1962 Viv trips over one of Jerry's toys and suffers a minor ankle injury. Upset that Lucy believes she'd sue over this little mishap, she decides to teach the redhead a lesson. Exaggerating her injury and threatening to call her lawyer, Viv lounges in bed for a week, running Lucy ragged with petty demands.
S01E11 Lucy Builds a Rumpus Room 10/12/1962 Lucy and Viv each sneak back home to fix meals for their dates after agreeing that neither would get the house to herself that night. Following the inevitable fight, the gals go to work on turning the basement into an extra room for entertaining. Unfortunately, they've underestimated the strength of the glue they're using on the walls.
S01E12 Lucy and Her Electric Mattress 17/12/1962 Lucy plans to surprise Vivian with a new mattress and a redone room while she's on vacation, but the electric mattress Lucy bought her malfunctions (it moves around the room when the motor is on) and Lucy is forced to return it. However, Vivian returns home early and has no place to sleep, so she and Lucy have to share the boys' bunkbeds for a night.
S01E13 Together for Christmas 24/12/1962 The Carmichaels and the Bagleys are spending their first Christmas together and trouble begins immediately. Lucy and Viv argue over every single holiday tradition, especially over whether to have a traditional green or white flocked tree. Two trees and an escalation of words results in many busted ornaments and hacked-off limbs.
S01E14 Chris's New Year's Eve Party 31/12/1962 Lucy promises not to interfere with Chris' New Year's Eve Party. Harry agrees to chaperone as Lucy and Viv take the other kids to a hotel. While at dinner, Viv's boyfriend brings news that Chris' party is a dud and desperately in need of their help. The ladies come to the rescue with entertainment.
S01E15 Lucy's Sister Pays a Visit 07/01/1963 Lucy's sister Marge shows up, having just left her new husband Hughie. Peacemaker Lucy gets the couple back together but believes their problems stem from having not had a wedding--they had eloped. Leave it to Lucy to plan a big wedding for the next day.
S01E16 Lucy and Viv Are Volunteer Firemen 14/01/1963 Lucy protests too loudly about Danfield needing a fire department; she's named Captain of an all-woman volunteer force. With Viv's help, the group practices to be ready for their first mission. When the alarm finally goes off, they set the firehouse ablaze.
S01E17 Lucy Becomes a Reporter 21/01/1963 After just three days as the fill-in society reporter for the Danfield newspaper, Lucy's job is hanging by a thread. The only thing that will save it is an interview with the press-shy financier visiting town. Once she learns he had been Viv's high school sweetheart, Lucy heads down to his hotel for a scoop, passing herself off as Vivian Bagley.
S01E18 Lucy and Viv Put in a Shower 28/01/1963 Tired of her daughter Chris hogging the bathroom all the time, Lucy asks her neighbor Harry to install an extra shower for her. Not wanting to do the job, he hires a plumber to do it instead. Lucy nags the plumber so much that he quits, leaving Lucy and Vivian to finish the jobs themselves!
S01E19 Lucy's Barbershop Quartet 04/02/1963 When one of the members of Vivian's Barbershop Quartet drops out, Lucy naturally wants to take her place. Vivian agrees, and now it's up to Lucy to learn how to sing before a big singing contest in Albany!
S01E20 Lucy and Viv Become Tycoons 11/02/1963 After Viv's boyfriend, Eddie, goes nuts over her caramel popcorn, Lucy suggests putting it on the market. The three become business partners, turning the kitchen into a gooey, sticky mess of a candy factory. They're violating zoning laws by running a business in their home, so they frantically hide the evidence before the cops arrives.
S01E21 No More Double Dates 18/02/1963 Tired of the weekly Saturday night debate with Viv and Eddie about what to do on their double-date, Lucy and Harry decided to have a quiet dinner alone. They pretend to have tickets to a Broadway show, but instead head to a new restaurant. When Viv and Eddie walk in, Lucy hides under their table and dines on their unwitting handouts.
S01E22 Lucy and Viv Learn Judo 25/02/1963 Nervous over recent break-ins, Lucy and Viv take judo lessons for self-protection. The pair don't learn very much, but Lucy teaches what little she learned to Jerry after he's given a black eye by Sherman.
S01E23 Lucy Is a Soda Jerk 04/03/1963 Chris needs cash for a majorette uniform so she takes a job at Wilbur's Ice Cream Parlor. On the day of the parade, Mr. Wilbur won't let her miss work, so Lucy and Viv fill in. Viv does alright as a waitress but Lucy makes a sticky mess as the soda jerk.
S01E24 Lucy Drives a Dump Truck 11/03/1963 The fire department members are livid when Lucy fails to get the town council to pay for their new uniforms as she'd guaranteed. Her scheme to raise the funds through a newspaper drive leads to her court marshal by the ladies, a rented dump truck to haul 34 tons of paper to a nearby town, and numerous traffic citations.
S01E25 Lucy Visits the White House 25/03/1963 Lucy calls the President to tell him about the replica of the White House made of sugar cubes built by the boys' Cub Scot troop. She actually gets Mr. Kennedy on the phone and receives an invitation to present it in person. On the train to Washington, the model is destroyed, forcing Lucy and Viv to do a quick rebuild. To get enough sugar cubes, Lucy hops off at one stop and cleans out a nearby diner's supply.
S01E26 Lucy and Viv Take Up Chemistry 01/04/1963 Viv regrets letting Lucy talk her into joining her for a night-school chemistry class. Lucy gets carried away trying to invent a youth serum and develops a huge ego between explosions. To teach her a lesson, Viv and the professor make her drink her own concoction, which acts as a sedative. When she awakens, she's horrified by the results of her youth formula.
S01E27 Lucy Is a Chaperone 08/04/1963 Lucy is prepared to chaperone her daughter Chris and some of her school friends for a week at Sandy Cove. When Chris' school principle decides that one woman can't possibly chaperone all those girls Lucy recruits Viv to come along. While at the beach Lucy decides that the kids think that she and Viv are old foogys so they try to dress and act young, only to find out in the end that the kids would rather have their chaperones behave as adults.
S01E28 Lucy and the Little League 15/04/1963 Lucy and Viv are such obnoxious parents at their sons' Little League game that they're tossed out of the park. Determined to watch Jerry play, Lucy dons various disguises to sneak back in, but her big mouth gives her away every time. Viv, however, stays quiet and has more success.
S01E29 Lucy and the Runaway Butterfly 22/04/1963 The hunt is on for a butterfly Lucy allowed to escape while helping Jerry with his collection. On a dinner date with a lawyer, she leaps into action when she thinks she spots the rogue insect, resulting in chaos at dinner, the park, and eventually a court session.
S01E30 Lucy Buys a Boat 29/04/1963 Lucy talks Viv into buying a "fixer upper" boat that's barely seaworthy. When they finally get it on the lake, it slips away from it's moorings, trapping a sea sick Viv and a bossy Capt'n Lucy without a sail. Then, the leaks start springing up.
S02E01 Lucy Plays Cleopatra 30/09/1963 The women of the Danfield Fire Department are talked into staging Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra for their fundraiser show. Lucy schemes her way into the lead as Cleopatra with Viv as Marc Antony. The two dueling divas try to upstage each other during their death scene to the dismay of their pretentious director Professor Gitterman.
S02E02 Kiddie Parties, Inc. 07/10/1963 The high cost of their kids' birthday parties inspires Lucy and Viv's latest money-making scheme. They'll make easy money with their own children's party business. What can goes wrong does at their first event.
S02E03 Lucy and Viv Play Softball 14/10/1963 Lucy and Viv have an after season softball match for the womens volunteer fire department. Lucy is benched until another player gets dilusional and Lucy catches the winning ball in her huge and oversized pants!!
S02E04 Lucy Gets Locked in the Vault 21/10/1963 Lucy makes a bad impression on new bank president Theodore Mooney. After he refuses to advance her money, she tests her home hair cutting kit on his son, Arnold. Going to the bank to apologize for the mohawk, she locks Mooney and herself in the vault until the next morning.
S02E05 Lucy and the Safe Cracker 28/10/1963 Lucy accidentally locks Mr. Mooney in the bank vault and finds a ""can opener"" turned candy store owner to open the vault. Once he opens the vault, he goes back to his old ways and steals several bags full of money and locks Viv and Lucy in his candy shop.
S02E06 Lucy Goes Duck Hunting 07/11/1963 Enamored with her handsome, wealthy blind date, Lucy agrees to go duck hunting. After frightening all the ducks away, Lucy creates her own duck call, luring swarms of ducks.
S02E07 Lucy and the Bank Scandal 11/11/1963 When Lucy finds a note in Mr. Mooney's office that reads ""ten thousand dollars buried in back yard,"" she and Viv spend the night digging up Mr. Mooney's backyard.
S02E08 Lucy Decides to Redecorate 18/11/1963 Lucy tries to wangle money out of Mr. Mooney to redecorate, but can only manage enough to do a few things herself. Things are going good until she decides to use fabric paint on her sofa and the sprayer malfunctions.
S02E09 Lucy Puts Out a Fire at the Bank 02/12/1963 When Mr. Mooney and the town finance commitee refuse to fund the incompetent Danfield women's volunteer fire department, Lucy sets off a smoke bomb in the bank so the volunteers can rush in and pretend to save the day.
S02E10 Lucy and the Military Academy 09/12/1963 Lucy tries to sneak into a Military Academy disguised as a cadet to visit her son, Jerry, before visitor's day.
S02E11 Lucy's College Reunion 16/12/1963 Lucy goes to her college reunion. While she's there, she helps Chris and some of her friends steal the bell tower statue. She and Viv end up having to put it back or suffer the consiquences. They get locked on the top of the tower, until the dean discovers them.
S02E12 The Loophole in the Lease 23/12/1963 Sherman leaves the water in the bathtub running and it runs over, making the plaster in the ceiling below collapse. Mr. Mooney convinces Lucy that it's Viv's fault and they threaten to throw Viv out if she doesn't pay for the damages. They take out their lease and in it, it says that the rent will be considered down payment for the house, after five years, if the tenant desires. Viv has Mr. Mooney and Lucy thinking that she will and they end up trying to steal it from her, while she's sleeping.
S02E13 Lucy Conducts the Symphony 30/12/1963 Viv's cousin comes to New York to play percussion in Manhattan. When he arrives at the house, he's a nervous wreck and Lucy tries to relax him by telling jokes, but gets the hicups from laughing. Lucy tries to cure him by hypnotizing him, but she puts him in a heavy sleep and he won't wake up. Lucy ends up playing in the symphony in his place and makes the conductor mad and she takes his place.
S02E14 Lucy Plays Florence Nightingale 06/01/1964 Lucy needs Mr. Mooney to give her some money to buy Chris a dress for a dance, but Mr. Mooney is in the hospital with a broken leg. Lucy is a hospital helper and on the next day she has work, she tries to get Mr. Mooney to sign the check. She gets kicked off the floor Mr. Mooney is staying on and dresses as a doctor to get into his room.
S02E15 Lucy Goes to Art Class 13/01/1964 When both Lucy and Viv enroll in an art class to win the affections of handsome John Brooks III, Vivian tricks Lucy into posing for the class so she can get a date with Brooks.
S02E16 Chris Goes Steady 20/01/1964 Chris decides to go steady with a boy who turns out to be Mr. Mooney's son. Lucy and Mr. Mooney don't like it and team up to show the kids a lesson by teaching them the real responsiblities of a serious relationship. And then the two adults must camp out in a treehouse to make sure the two don't elope.
S02E17 Lucy Takes Up Golf 27/01/1964 To be near her golf-nut boyfriend Gary, Lucy decides to learn the sport. After just six lessons, with a handicap of 36, she's bona fide lousy. This doesn't prevent her from playing in a tournament with her boyfriend against two guys she's never heard of, Jimmy Demaret and Bo Wininger.
S02E18 Lucy Teaches Ethel Merman to Sing 03/02/1964 When Lucy happens upon Ethel Merman at the bank, then Ethel and Mr. Mooney must make up a fake name and tell Lucy that she only looks like Ethel Merman. Soon after, Lucy is in need of money, as usual, and decides to let this Ethel Merman look alike rent a room. Soon after Lucy is giving her lessons how to perform and sing like Ethel Merman.
S02E19 Ethel Merman and the Boy Scout Show 10/02/1964 When Lucy discovers that Ethel Merman and Mr. Mooney made up a story to hid the singer's real identity, she can't help but come up with the nerve to as Ethel to perform at her son's boy scout pageant. Ethel accepts and she does the show, along with Lucy and Mr. Mooney.
S02E20 Lucy and Viv Open a Restaurant 17/02/1964 Lucy talks Viv into dipping into her "nest egg" and buying a small restaurant that's for sale. Unable to attract even a single customer, they also fail miserably as a gypsy tea room and a Colonial American themed restaurant. Even so, Mr. Mooney becomes interested in being a partner when he learns of a new highway's being built nearby.
S02E21 Lucy Takes a Job at the Bank 24/02/1964 Mr. Mooney hires Lucy to give a new toaster to anyone who opens a savings account. Lucy tries to drum up business by getting her friends to close out their savings accounts and then redeposit the money as new accounts, leading to a rumor that the bank is failing!
S02E22 Viv Moves Out 02/03/1964 The gals have a spat and Viv moves out. Penny-pincher Mooney forces Lucy get a new tenant immediately so in moves nightclub singer Roberta Schaeffer and her son. Their non-stop rehearsals of "Up a Lazy River" get old quickly. By now, Viv wants back in and Lucy desperately wants to lose the chronic songbirds.
S02E23 Lucy Is Her Own Lawyer 09/03/1964 Lucy and Vivian are kept up all night by Mr. Mooney's new barking sheepdog, Nelson. When she complains, sarcastic Mooney tells her to sue him. She does and acts as her own lawyer. Lucy's melodramatic courtroom skills were all learned from watching Perry Mason on TV.
S02E24 Lucy Meets a Millionaire 16/03/1964 When Italian millionaire Umberto Fabriani asks Lucy on a date, Lucy spills spaghetti sauce all over Mr. Fabriani's best suit, compelling her and Mr. Mooney to break into the cleaners.
S02E25 Lucy Goes into Politics 23/03/1964 Mr. Mooney's campaign for city comptroller suffers a major setback when Lucy and Viv become volunteers. The ladies put up a Mooney billboard that makes his face looks like a Picasso. Even worse, Lucy forgets to book the Scottish bagpipe band for the big rally.
S02E26 Lucy and the Scout Trip 30/03/1964 Mr. Mooney heads up a Cub Scout camping trip in the woods when Lucy and Viv show up to replace an ill father. After losing the canoe, Lucy goes searching for it ad gets lost. The rescue team of Mooney and Vivian also fare poorly, unable to find the redhead or their way back to camp.
S02E27 Lucy Is a Process Server 20/04/1964 Lucy takes a temp job as a process server for an attorney service and must serve Mr. Mooney with a subpoena or lose her job. He's leaving on vacation, so she chases him to the train station and serves him the wrong papers. Determined, she goes to his stateroom on board a ship, but stays a little too long.
S02E28 Lucy Enters a Baking Contest 27/04/1964 Lucy's tired of the incessant jokes about her lousy cooking by Vivian and the bridge club ladies. To prove them wrong, she enters the annual pie banking challenge intending to defeat perennial winner Viv. At the competition, Lucy's incompetence in the kitchen in on display for the whole town to view.
S03E01 Lucy, the Good Skate 21/09/1964 Wanting to spend more time with her daughter, Lucy & Chris go roller skating. But when Lucy gets home, she can't get the skates off because her feet had swollen, and she has to wear them to a dance that night.
S03E02 Lucy and the Plumber 28/09/1964 Mr. Mooney approves of Lucy hiring a plumber to fix her kitchen, and the one who shows up looks exactly like Jack Benny (and his assistant bears resemblance to Bob Hope).
S03E03 Lucy and Winter Sports 05/10/1964 Lucy is participated in Winter Sports in Skiing, Ice Hockey, Curling & Ice Skating. Vivian coached her to do it when a true athlete to please help out in the forthcoming Olympics. She can win a decathlon for the bank.
S03E04 Lucy Gets Amnesia 12/10/1964 Lucy got a hit on the head and can't remember everything. Viv escorts her to the doctor for help out the symptom. After all the forgetfulness... Lucy's Memory is Restored.
S03E05 Lucy and the Great Bank Robbery 19/10/1964 Lucy & Mr. Mooney believes in the Bank Robbery by Crooks to ""Stick 'em UP!"" Lucy will attacks the crooks before they steal the assets of the bank and that makes a heroine.
S03E06 Lucy, the Camp Cook 25/10/1964 Lucy and Viv don't have enough money for their boys to stay the additional two weeks. On the trip to pick them up, the car runs out of gas. The ladies have no luck at flagging down a passing motorist, but Mooney does. He catches the eye of a flirtatious little old lady who calls him "Big Boy." Learning the camp cooks have quit, Lucy volunteers herself and Viv to take over as chefs despite knowing nothing about feeding 200 people. In short order, the kitchen and most of the food is destroyed.
S03E07 Lucy, the Meter Maid 02/11/1964 When Lucy's new job as a meter maid goes to her head, she accuses Viv of many violations and takes her to traffic court.
S03E08 Lucy Makes a Pinch 09/11/1964 Meter maid Carmichael and handsome Detective Baker masquerade as a Lovers Lane couple to catch a crook. After scaring off the criminal on their first night by turning on the siren, Lucy talks Viv into masquerading as Green Scarf Louie the next evening, not expecting the real one to show up again.
S03E09 Lucy Becomes a Father 16/11/1964 Lucy goes with Jerry on a father-son camping trip. The other fathers don't like having a woman "dad" around, so they conspire to make things so tough she'll go running home. Their plans start fall apart when Lucy cleans them out at poker and isn't afraid of a wild bear.
S03E10 Lucy's Contact Lenses 23/11/1964 One of Lucy's new contact lenses pops out when she's icing a chocolate fudge cake for a bake sale. After buying and searching through fifteen gooey cakes, she learns Mooney bought hers. She can't tell him she lost an expensive contact, so she and Viv sneak into his house in the middle of the night to pull a dessert switch.
S03E11 Lucy Gets Her Maid 30/11/1964 Lucy and Viv are envious of the snooty women of the Danfield Art Society, all of whom have their own maids. Lucy decides they must have one, too, so to afford a maid, Lucy goes to work as a maid. She's hired by a society matron who's throwing a dinner party--for the members of the Art Society.
S03E12 Lucy Gets the Bird 07/12/1964 Lucy and Viv are "birdsitting" Mr. Mooney's pet cockatiel when it escapes its cage and perches on a telephone line outside. To reach the creature, Lucy climbs up on the roof in a grass skirt (her pants split) and rubber swim flippers (for insulation from the power lines). When this fails, the gals resort to buying another cockatiel and try and pass it off as Mooney's beloved bird.
S03E13 Lucy, the Coin Collector 14/12/1964 When Jerry finds a penny worth fifty cents, Lucy & Viv withdraw 2,000 pennies from the bank, and search through them until they find one worth $16.50. When Lucy drops the penny down a storm drain, they disguise themselves as workmen, and climb their way through the sewer system searching for it.
S03E14 Lucy and the Missing Stamp 21/12/1964 While trying to sell Mr. Mooney a vacuum cleaner, Lucy accidentally vacuums up a stamp Mr. Mooney had just bought for $3,000. When the stamp winds up on an envelope sent through the mail, Lucy breaks into the post office to get it back.
S03E15 Lucy Meets Danny Kaye 28/12/1964 Lucy is determined to get tickets to The Danny Kaye Show since she's already promised the kids she could. She goes directly to Danny, posing as a model, and destroys his lunch meeting by making him wear all the courses. He agrees to slip her in as an extra in a crowd scene; all she has to do is blend into the background. This is something Lucy is incapable of doing.
S03E16 Lucy and the Ceramic Cat 11/01/1965 When Lucy and Viv break the ceramic cat Mr. Mooney plans to give his wife as a surprise birthday present, Lucy winds up pretending to be a mechanical man in a department store window to steal another ceramic cat.
S03E17 Lucy Goes to Vegas 18/01/1965 Lucy wins a free trip to Vegas, but she and Viv have only $5 spending money. The gals get dressed up and pose as big-money gamblers Pamela Pettibone and Penelope Poopendorf to score some free "comps" from the casino. The trick works so well that an oil tycoon asks Lucy to win back the $10,000 he's lost and he'll give her whatever she wins over that amount.
S03E18 Lucy and the Monsters 25/01/1965 The boys are unfazed by the horror flicks they see at movies, but Lucy is scared stupid. In her nightmare, she and Viv break down at Dracula's castle and are tormented by his werewolf butler Ringo and gorilla maid Loretta. Tired of his lousy hired help, Dracula turns the gals into ghastly witches to act as his new housekeeper and cook.
S03E19 Lucy and the Countess 01/02/1965 Status-conscious Mr. Mooney is impressed by Lucy's childhood friend Rosie Harrigan, now known as the Countess Framboise. Despite her title, she's just a widow who's flat broke. Mooney invites the ladies to attend a meeting of his high society wine-tasting club. The two guzzle wine on empty stomachs and proceed to get rip-roaring plastered.
S03E20 My Fair Lucy 08/02/1965 To get the financing to open a charm school, the Countess seeks to impress the snobbish Mrs. Dunbar and her henpecked husband. Lucy masquerades as a ratty scrub woman whom she molds into a sparkling debutante. Things turn sour at Liza's coming out party when Lucy's allergy to caviar kicks in. On the up side, the mousy husband finally speaks up.
S03E21 Lucy and the Countess Lose Weight 15/02/1965 Mr. Mooney's made a bad investment in a "fat farm". Lucy and the Countess volunteer to attend to generate some needed publicity. In no time, the brutal regime has the two plotting an escape.
S03E22 Lucy and the Old Mansion 01/03/1965 The Countess doesn't want her foreign visitors to know she's broke. Lucy's solution is to borrow a dilapidated mansion and get Viv to help her do a quick fix-up on the place. As the Countess hosts a party for her guests, the ladies' temporary improvements begin to fall apart.
S03E23 Lucy and Arthur Godfrey 08/03/1965 Lucy & Viv are able to talk Arthur Godfrey to appear in a local musical they and their community actors are putting on. Lucy plays Lucy Bell, Mr. Mooney plays the millionaire, and Vivian plays Steamboat Bessie.
S03E24 Lucy and the Beauty Doctor 22/03/1965 In another attempt to squeeze cash out of Mooney, Lucy claims its for medical reasons. Actually, its for a visit to a beauty shop. She has to concoct an even bigger lie when she's caught there by a hidden camera TV show.
S03E25 Lucy, the Stockholder 29/03/1965 When Lucy and Vivian try to get the town's wealthiest doctor to become a depositor in Mr. Mooney's bank, the doctor, mistaking the girls for volunteers for an experiment in hypnosis, regressing them to the age of five.
S03E26 Lucy, the Disc Jockey 12/04/1965 Lucy wins a contest to be disc jockey for a day, and proceeds to wreak typical, Lucy-style havoc in the radio studio.
S04E01 Lucy at Marineland 13/09/1965 Lucy and her son Jerry arrive in LA (her daughter has gone to bording school, and Vivian has gotten married, it is explained), where, coincidentally, Mr. Mooney has also relocated to. Lucy coerces Mr. Mooney into taking her and Jerry to Marine Land, where Lucy ultimately ends up in the pool with the dolphins.
S04E02 Lucy and the Golden Greek 20/09/1965 Neighbor Mary Jane Lewis introduces herself and invites Lucy on a double date with her and her boyfriend. Lucy's blind date is a shy, short, nerd with little discernible personality. But during their dinner at a Greek restaurant, the music transforms him into a grabby Lothario who can't stop dancing.
S04E03 Lucy in the Music World 27/09/1965 Lucy takes a temp job at a record label to make some extra cash. Her neighbor, songwriter Mel Tinker, has his tune rejected by Lucy's boss because it's not a tear-jerking rock 'n roll song. Mel and Lucy write a new one about a surfer who's eaten by a shark oh his wedding day and (as the Tear Ducts) perform it on the teen music TV show Wing Ding.
S04E04 Lucy and Joan 11/10/1965 Lucy's neighbor Joan, an actress, gives her a pair of tickets to a celebrity charity ball. Since Lucy doesn't have a date to escort her to the event, Joan helps her woo handsome Brad Collins who also lives in the complex. The gals stake out the laundry room so Lucy can work her charms on him. She even bakes a cake for his birthday, though it doesn't survive the tumble dry cycle.
S04E05 Lucy, the Stunt Man 18/10/1965 Lucy tries to fool Mr. Mooney into advancing her money for a new refrigerator by sabotaging the one she has. Her scheme backfires when he finds her real need for the money: a leopard coat she's lusting over. Conveniently, Lucy's friend Joan is dating a Hollywood stuntman with a bad back. Seeing a chance at a quick $100, Lucy reports to the set in a cowboy costume and mustache as stuntman "Iron Man Carmichael.
S04E06 Lucy and the Countess Have a Horse Guest 25/10/1965 Old friend the Countess Framboise, aka Rosie Hannigan, shows up flat broke except for the racehorse her husband left her. Unable to pay the stable bill, Lucy volunteers to keep Oil Well on her patio. Mooney is livid about the scheme until learning that the horse is pregnant. Then he's as excited and proud as a real father, declaring, "I'm going to be a Daddy!"
S04E07 Lucy Helps Danny Thomas 01/11/1965 Mr. Mooney instructs Lucy to deliver some documents to Danny Thomas, and through a series of misunderstandings, she ends up performing in his musical act.
S04E08 Lucy Helps the Countess 08/11/1965 The Countess Framboise now has her real estate license and Mooney's looking for a new place. She doesn't want him to know she's broke and working, so Lucy pulls a scam to get Mooney up to a highrise apartment the countess is selling. It's equipped with ultra-modern devises like a security system that locks the three of them in the apartment for the whole weekend.
S04E09 Lucy and the Sleeping Beauty 15/11/1965 Lucy and Mooney visit a construction site where the redhead falls head-over-heels for Frank, owner of a construction company. When he comes over for a date, he's completely exhausted, having worked 48 hours straight. Lucy suggests a nap, which is a bad idea. Because he learned karate in the military, he's in the attack mode when awakened. Lucy becomes trapped on the couch when Frank dozes off on top of her.
S04E10 Lucy, the Undercover Agent 22/11/1965 Dining with Mr. Mooney after attending a James Bond movie, Lucy and the Countess are convinced the suspicious character at a nearby table is an enemy spy. They set a trap for the operative, unaware he's an Army Intelligence agent who thinks they're spies. Their scheme to meet "Him", the enemy leader, involves Lucy pretending to be Carol Channing.
S04E11 Lucy and the Return of the Iron Man 29/11/1965 Mr. Mooney runs into Lucy and Mary Jane at the racetrack. He asks them to hold onto his tickets while he chats with a friend. In a photo finish, the wrong horse is reported as the winner, leading Lucy to tear up Mooney's tickets. To pay Mooney his winnings, Lucy again becomes stuntman "Iron Man Carmichael" to drum up some cash.
S04E12 Lucy Saves Milton Berle 06/12/1965 Uncle Miltie is masquerading as a drunken bum while researching a movie role. He comes into the soup kitchen where Lucy is volunteering and is literally dragged to her house for rehabilitation. Once recognized, he makes up a story about being Berle's down-and-out brother, Arthur. Outraged that Milton would neglect his twin so badly, she infiltrates his next press event and gets revenge.
S04E13 Lucy, the Choirmaster 13/12/1965 Lucy Carmichael's 1st Christmas in California. Part 1 has Lucy expressing determination not to spend too much on presents & Christmas tree in a typical tete a tete with a dubious Mr. Mooney. She succeeds in mixing up all of Mr. Mooney's gift tags for his wrapped Christmas presents. Part 2 takes place as Lucy shops for a Christmas tree withe the scene ending with Lucy knocking lots of the inventory over with her new large tree. Part 3 has her recruit Mr. Mooney to sing bass with the children's choir at a charity event at the bank.
S04E14 Lucy Discovers Wayne Newton 27/12/1965 Farm boy Wayne Newton finds Mr. Mooney's dog, Nelson, after it gets away from dog-sitter Lucy. When she goes to claim the critter, Lucy's impressed by his voice and hooks him up with a record company owner. The problem arises in the recording studio; Wayne can't sing unless he's surrounded by his cows and other assorted livestock.
S04E15 Lucy, the Rain Goddess 03/01/1966 Mr. Mooney forgets to sign an important paper, so Lucy follows him to the dude ranch where he's vacationing. While searching the grounds for him, she encounters a group of Indians who declare her the rain goddess. They also think "Hopalong" Mooney, dressed in black, is an evil spirit. If she doesn't dance up a storm, they're both in trouble.
S04E16 Lucy and Art Linkletter 10/01/1966 As a contestant on Linkletter's television show, Lucy is offered $200 if she can shut up for 24 hours. Art sends along another audience member, Ruth, to see how she does. Ruth's a plant from the show who tries her best to make Lucy scream, as are the one-armed "fugitive" and cop who shoot it out in her apartment, and the guy in the gorilla suit that attacks her.
S04E17 Lucy Bags a Bargain 17/01/1966 Lucy moonlights at a department store to pay for a dinette set she's buying. Throughout the day she has run-ins with a haughty, hefty society matron who keeps getting her bounced from one department to another. Lucy ends her sales career in sporting goods where she has trouble with stilts, handballs, and a motorized skateboard.
S04E18 Lucy Meets Mickey Rooney 24/01/1966 Mickey's getting a loan from the bank to buy an acting school. To his eventual regret, he also gets Mr. Mooney and Lucy as his students. The three of them star in a take-off on silent movie comedies with Lucy impersonating Charlie Chaplin, Mickey as a "kid", Mooney as a store proprietor, and lots of crazy cops.
S04E19 Lucy and the Soap Opera 31/01/1966 Lucy's not going to stand idly by while an actor friend is written out of her favorite soap opera, Camden Cove. Disguised as a Japanese gardener and also as a little old lady, Lucy harasses the show's writer into finding the friend's character not guilty in the big trial. When that fails, she disrupts the taping of the episode to make one final appeal to the jury.
S04E20 Lucy Goes to a Hollywood Premiere 07/02/1966 Lucy, the world's biggest movie fan, manages to get into a big Hollywood movie premiere by filling-in as a theater usher. As the stars arrive, she disrupts proceedings on the red carpet by fawning over the celebrities and getting into a fight with a gorilla. Look for cameos from Kirk Douglas, Jimmy Durante, Edward G. Robinson, Vince Edwards, and the "Mayor of Hollywood" Johnny Grant.
S04E21 Lucy Dates Dean Martin 14/02/1966 Lucy is set up on a date with Dean Martin's stunt double. When the double can't make it, Dean himself substitutes on the date. During the date Lucy keeps telling him how bad it is that Dean Martin is stealing all of his glory.
S04E22 Lucy and Bob Crane 21/02/1966 Actor Bob Crane comes into the bank to open an account and leaves with a dinner date with "shy and demur" little Lucy. Since the bank has invested in Bob's new WWI picture, Mr. Mooney knows the director. Just for the joy of irritating Lucy, Mooney guarantees that Iron Man Carmichael will do stunts for the flick.
S04E23 Lucy, the Robot 28/02/1966 Lucy helps an inventor friend get some badly needed funding. She figures Mr. Mooney will approve some cash if they help him with the miscreant 13-year-old nephew he's stuck with. Her genius pal builds a life-sized robot soldier to entertain the brat, but its doesn't survive a Lucy-induced fall down the stairs. Lucy passes herself off as the robot and gives the delinquent some much-needed discipline.
S04E24 Lucy and Clint Walker 07/03/1966 Lucy takes her boyfriend Frank's measurements on the sly and stays up all night knitting him a red sweater. Come morning, she realizes it's big enough to cover a car and that he hates the color red. At the company picnic, she tries her best to ditch the gift rather than giving it to him, but it keeps finding its way back to her.
S04E25 Lucy, the Gun Moll 14/03/1966 Federal agent Stack discovers that Lucy is a dead ringer for gangster Gordon's moll and gets her to go undercover in order to recover missing bank robbery loot. This episode was a spoof of the classic crime drama The Untouchables which was produced and filmed at Desilu Studios.
S04E26 Lucy, the Superwoman 21/03/1966 When a heavy computer falls on Mooney's foot, Lucy's adrenaline kicks in, allowing her to lift the huge machine by herself. Strangely, her adrenal gland stays "on," giving her superhuman strength. This new power causes Lucy to destroy everything she touches, ripping doors from their frames and leaving wrecked furniture in her wake. While the doctors gawk in amazement, the product endorsements pour in.
S05E01 Lucy and George Burns 12/09/1966 George Burns arrives at the bank to pick up his statement, but Mr. Mooney has problems locating it. While waiting for Lucy to return to work, Mooney and Burns chat, and Mr. Burns reveals that he's having trouble finding another girl to be in his act. Enter Lucy, who goes on to explain her rather unique filing system, impressing George so much that he asks her to be his new comedy partner. The two go on to do a hit show and are offered a gig in Las Vegas, but Lucy declines, saying that she could never leave Mr. Mooney behind.
S05E02 Lucy and the Submarine 19/09/1966 When Lucy accidentally gets Mr. Mooney stationed on a submarine by talking too much, she sneaks onto the submarine dressed as a sailor to get him to sign some important contracts, but the submarine takes off before Lucy can exit.
S05E03 Lucy, the Bean Queen 26/09/1966 Lucy finds a sale on beans that says ""The Best Beans You've Ever Eaten or Double Your Money Back"". Needing money for new furniture, Lucy & Mary Jane keep buying and returning more and more beans until they have collected $1,500.00! Little does Lucy know that Mr. Mooney is helping to sell them.
S05E04 Lucy and Paul Winchell 03/10/1966 Ventriloquist Paul Winchell comes into the bank and opens an account with Lucy. When Mr. Mooney fails to find a celebrity for an upcoming benefit for the bank, Lucy suggests that Mr. Winchell appear. But a mishap causes Lucy to have to stand in as the ventriloquist's dummy on the night of the show.
S05E05 Lucy and the Ring-a-Ding-Ding 10/10/1966 Mr. Mooney has a $6,000 ring delivered, which is an anniversary present for his wife. Lucy wants the thrill of having such an expensive rock on her finger for a brief moment, and Mooney obliges, only to find that the ring won't come off. Lucy reveals that she ""has a condition"" that causes her fingers to swell when she becomes nervous, so she takes some relaxing pills that the doctor prescribed her. But the pills make her loopy and knock her out, so Mr. Mooney spends the remainder of the day dragging Lucy's body around and trying to get her to wake up long enough to get the ring off. He finally gets her conscious, only to end up with the ring lost in the drain.
S05E06 Lucy Goes to London 17/10/1966 Lucy writes a jingle for a dog food company and wins a trip to London, England (""in Europe""). But when she misses her flight, she's forced to take a commuting flight to New York -- in a seat next to Mr. Mooney, who's on his way to the Big Apple for a business meeting.
S05E07 Lucy Gets a Roommate 31/10/1966 Lucy advertises for a roommate to help with the expenses, and after reading the correspondence, she finally decides on Carol Bradford (Carol Burnet), a frumpy off-kilter librarian. Carol soon starts taking over, reorganizing the apartment, laughing like a hyena, and generally driving Lucy nuts. Lucy and Mary Jane scheme to help Carol develop a social life (to keep her out of Lucy's hair), so they have a small party to introduce her to some boys. It isn't long before usually mild-mannered Carol begins drinking, singing, and being the life of the party.
S05E08 Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs 07/11/1966 Lucy fakes sick so she can get out of work and accompany Carol, who's going to entertain at a golf tournament in Palm Springs. When they arrive, the hotel staff realizes that there's two women rooming together, so Lucy finds herself having to partake in the show. Lucy later weasels her way into an encounter with a distinguished actor, Collin Grant (Dan Rowan), and gets herself invited to a dinner dance. It's a good excuse not to go back to work when she finds that Mr. Mooney is Mr. Grant's partner in the golf tournament...
S05E09 Lucy Gets Caught Up in the Draft 14/11/1966 When a letter arrives from the US Government, Lucy finds that she's mistakenly been drafted. Instead of ""Lucy,"" the letter is addressed to ""Lou C."" So she sets off to the draft office to correct the mistake, but due to stupid ""rules and regulations,"" Lucy finds that she has to become a marine until the paperwork gets straightened out... So she does what any woman would do -- she makes life miserable for her Sargent.
S05E10 Lucy and John Wayne 21/11/1966 When Mr. Mooney sends Lucy to the movie studio to deliver some papers regarding the financing on John Wayne's new film, she ignores his warning not to bother Mr. Wayne and finds herself lunching with him. Nervous and excited, Lucy proceeds to talk his ear off and finally splatters him with ketchup. Mr. Wayne takes that as his exit cue, but Lucy soon tracks him to the set of his film, where she continuously screws up the production.
S05E11 Lucy and Pat Collins 28/11/1966 Lucy and Mary Jane spend their lunch hour shopping for furs (despite the fact they only have 27 cents between them) so they can take advantage of the store's free tea and sandwiches. As they're getting ready to leave, the duo run into Pat Collins, a hypnotist, who says she's appearing at The Royal Club. Later at the bank, Mr. Mooney confides to Lucy that he has insomnia and hasn't slept in days, so she offers to take him to see Pat to cure him of his sleep deprivation. But Mr. Mooney has his reservations about being hypnotized, so he drags Lucy on stage with him...
S05E12 Lucy and the Monkey 05/12/1966 Lucy is overworked, between the work that she's neglected and having to sell tickets for a benefit for the bank. Mary Jane warns that Lucy will have a nervous breakdown if she's not careful, but Lucy initially blows off this comment -- but she later thinks she's been hallucinating when she enters Mr. Mooney's office and finds a monkey, who's part of the benefit show, sitting at Mooney's desk. Lucy thinks she's been seeing Mr. Mooney as a monkey, so it's off to the psychiatrist's office, who gives her this advice: ""Face your fear and it will disappear."" So on her next encounter with the simian, she treats him as if he's Mooney... which gets confusing as Mooney and the monkey simultaneously enter and exit the room...
S05E13 Lucy and the Efficiency Expert 12/12/1966 Efficiency expert Oliver Kasten takes over Mr. Mooney's office and commandeers his secretary, Lucy Carmichael, who quickly patterns herself after Kasten, following his strict orders without question.
S05E14 Lucy's Substitute Secretary 02/01/1967 Lucy is preparing to go on vacation, but she has a change of heart when her substitute secretary turns out to be an attractive blonde who Mr. Mooney really likes. Lucy secretly doesn't go on vacation, and spies on them in various disguises.
S05E15 Viv Visits Lucy 09/01/1967 Recently married Vivian leaves Danfield to visit Lucy and the two begin gossiping and making up for lost time. When Viv tells Lucy about a friend's son who's now sporting long-hair, a guitar and a clock earring, the duo decide to dress up as hippies and set off to Sunset Strip to find ""Itchy"" to rescue him from the underworld. Lucy and Viv quickly find themselves in The Hairy Ape, where they finally find Itchy entertaining – after they spend the evening having to dance with the hip crowd.
S05E16 Lucy, the Baby Sitter 16/01/1967 Wanting a break from the bank and to make some extra money, Lucy visits an employment agency and lands a job as a babysitter. Little does she know that the babies are actually chimps!
S05E17 Main Street U.S.A. 23/01/1967 Lucy holds a protest against a freeway destroying a small town. The catch is that Mr. Mooney is helping to get the freeway.
S05E18 Lucy Puts Main Street on the Map 30/01/1967 Picking up where ""Main Street USA"" left off, Lucy, Mr. Mooney, and Mel Tinker stage a shootout at the bank for press coverage, to bring the freeway problem to the attention of the world.
S05E19 Lucy Meets the Law 13/02/1967 Lucy is mistaken for a shoplifter called ""The Red Flash"" and taken to jail, but she thinks she's in jail because she littered a candy wrapper.
S05E20 Lucy, the Fight Manager 20/02/1967 Mr. Mooney has a fight with his wife, so Lucy decides to have some flowers sent over for her. When Eddie, the florist, arrives with the arrangement, Mr. Mooney immediately recognizes him as a former boxer. Eddie wants $3,000 to open up his own florist shop, but Mr. Mooney denies him a loan – so Lucy arranges for Eddie to partake in a boxing match to earn the money.
S05E21 Lucy and Tennessee Ernie Ford 27/02/1967 Mr. Cheever warns Mr. Mooney that his job is in jeopardy unless he attracts new business to their branch of the bank. So when Lucy hears that a recording star, country hick Homer Higgins (Ernie Ford), is about to become a California resident, she sets off to the hotel to coax him into setting up an account with their bank. To impress Mr. Higgins and his family, Lucy and Mr. Mooney set up a hoe-down in the bank after it closes that evening...and Lucy decides to dress down to pose as Mrs. Mooney.
S05E22 Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard 06/03/1967 When Sheldon Leonard convinces Mr. Mooney to let him shoot a televison pilot at the bank, Lucy mistakingly thinks he is a gangster who plans to rob the bank, so she and Mary Jane sneak into the bank at night, disguised as scrubwomen, to stop them.
S06E01 Lucy Meets the Berles 11/09/1967 Needing some extra money, Lucy takes a part-time job as the secretary for Milton Berle. While Working for Mr. Berle, she suspects that he is having an affair and does the best she can to stop him in his tracks. (This synopsis is from the Front Row Features DVD.)
S06E02 Lucy Gets Trapped 18/09/1967 Lucy fakes sickness to go shopping at a one-day-only sale with Mary Jane. But when Lucy becomes the customer of the year and has her photo printed in the paper, Lucy must hide the paper from Mr. Mooney before he sees it.
S06E03 Lucy and the French Movie Star 25/09/1967 Whe famous French movie star Jacques DuPre expresses interest in opening an account at Mr. Mooney's bank, Lucy is asked to visit his apartment and dictate a formal letter of agreement confirming the account. While visiting, she drinks a little too much champagne and makes a complete fool of herself. But Monsieur DuPre gets a kick out of it, and gets the account anyway.
S06E04 Lucy, the Starmaker 02/10/1967 Mr. Cheever's wisecracking nephew, Tommy (Frankie Avalon), comes to work at the bank, to discourage him from the position he really wants – a job in show business. Despite the fact that he's to get no special treatment, Mooney repeatedly sucks up to him. Lucy soon befriends the young Cheever, who impresses her with a song and dance. So Lucy sets out to break Tommy into show biz...
S06E05 Lucy Gets Her Diploma 09/10/1967 Lucy is in trouble when a new bank policy requires all of its employees be high school graduates, and she reveals she was unable to complete her final year. So now it's back to school for Lucy, who ends up helping another man earn his diploma as well.
S06E06 Lucy and Jack Benny's Account 16/10/1967 Needing new accounts for the bank, Lucy visits Jack Benny to try and get him to keep his money at her bank. He agrees to do it if she can prove that her bank can build a vault safer than his. Lucy then has the bank build a burglar proof vault, and gives Mr. Benny a personal tour of it.
S06E07 Little Old Lucy 23/10/1967 Lucy and Mr. Mooney are sent to pick up Mr. Heatherington, the wealthy bank president, from the airport, and the gentleman finds that Lucy strikes his fancy. So when Mr. Mooney neglects to find a lady for Mr. Heatherington to escort to that evening's banquet, Lucy is given the job. But to her dismay, she's forced to dress up as a little old lady. As it turn's out, little old Lucy strikes perverse Mr. Heatherington's fancy more than the younger Lucy...
S06E08 Lucy and Robert Goulet 30/10/1967 When a poor trucker Chuck Willis(Robert Goulet) gets turned down by the bank for a loan, Lucy decides to help him out by entering him in a Robert Goulet lookalike contest. When he loses the contest, Lucy decides to take matters into her own hands.
S06E09 Lucy Gets Mooney Fired 06/11/1967 After there is a 48 cent shortage at the bank, Lucy puts her own money to make the difference. When Mr. Cheever finds out, he blames Mr. Mooney, and Mooney is promptly fired. Lucy becomes Mr. Cheever's secretary, but feels so bad about Mr. Mooney, that she tries to convince Mr. Cheever that he's going insane because of the guilt of firing Mooney, and she plots to get Mr. Mooney's job back.
S06E10 Lucy's Mystery Guest 13/11/1967 Lucy accidentally tears up a letter from someone who is coming to visit her, not knowing when or who is coming to stay. It turns out to be Lucy's very controlling Aunt, who changes Lucy's diet to disgusting diet food, and gives her daily exercise regiments, so Lucy plots to get rid of her.
S06E11 Lucy, the Philanthropist 20/11/1967 Lucy takes in a homeless man and feeds him a home cooked meal. When she finds out that he needs a job, she goes to Mr. Mooney for help. He wants nothing to do with it until he finds out a millionaire is going around and posing as a bum and handing out cash to people who help him. So Mooney promptly gives him a job and a place to stay at his home, not knowing that the man is simply broke and not the secret millionaire.
S06E12 Lucy Sues Mooney 27/11/1967 Lucy injures her leg while working at Mr. Mooney's house, so she hires Mary Jane's lawyer cousin to get a little money for her pain and suffering. Once shady Willy Wiley sees big bucks to be made, he sues Mooney and the bank for everything they're worth.
S06E13 Lucy and the Pool Hustler 04/12/1967 Lucy visits a local pool hall and enters their billiards tournament. Her main competition is a woman named Laura Winthrop. Cigar-smoking Laura, however, looks suspiciously like a a pool hustling man named Ace.
S06E14 Lucy and Carol Burnett (1) 11/12/1967 Lucy becomes a trainee flight attendant for Trans-Global Airways. She's teamed with fellow trainee Carol Tilford, who's afraid of heights. On their very first flight, the movie breaks, leaving the two to entertain the passengers.
S06E15 Lucy and Carol Burnett (2) 18/12/1967 Flight attendants Lucy and Carol get their wings. Plus, the two red-heads team up with Mr. Mooney to stage a musical with Buddy Rogers and Richard Arlen from the silent film Wings.
S06E16 Lucy and Viv Reminisce 01/01/1968 Lucy's old pal Viv Bunson comes out west to care for Lucy after she breaks her leg. They spend time looking back at when they lived together, until Viv breaks her leg while on her way to fix lunch, forcing Mr. Mooney to look after both of them.
S06E17 Lucy Gets Involved 15/01/1968 Lucy borrows Mr. Mooney's TV set and promptly breaks it. To make enough cash to replace it, she moonlights as a carhop at a drive-in. While there, she takes up the cause of a young motorcyclist who's accused of stealing and stripping cars.
S06E18 Mooney's Other Wife 22/01/1968 Mr. Mooney flirts innocently with a waitress when attending an out-of-town bank convention. But then the sexy server comes to L.A. insisting that Mooney has proposed to her. To scare her off, Lucy pretends to be Mrs. Mooney and shows the homewrecker how horrible it is to be married to a such a monster.
S06E19 Lucy and the Stolen Stole 29/01/1968 When Lucy takes Mr. Mooney to buy a fur for his wife, they're made an incredible offer by a shady character. The stole they buy from him turns out to be "hot", getting the two of them arrested for possession of stolen goods. Lucy and Mooney's schemes to get his money back from the crook get them arrested again... and again.
S06E20 Lucy and Phil Harris 05/02/1968 Lucy brings a Drunken lounge singer home to sober up for the night and finds out that he was once a talented song writer who is now a has been. He plays for her a song he's been writing and Lucy swears it's a hit, so she helps him make a come back.
S06E21 Lucy Helps Ken Berry 19/02/1968 Ken is turned down by Mr. Mooney for a loan to open his dance studio. Lucy decides all he needs in a little publicity so she arranges for a bunch of truck drivers to sign up for lessons and wrangles some TV coverage.
S06E22 Lucy and the Lost Star 26/02/1968 Lucy & Viv's car breaks down, so they visit the nearest house for help, which happens to belong to Joan Crawford. All of Crawford's furniture is away being redone, which lead the women to suspect she is broke, so they ask Mr. Mooney to help get her back to work.
S06E23 Lucy and Sid Caesar 04/03/1968 Sid Caesar enlists Lucy's help in capturing Frankie the Forger, a look-alike who's passing off bad checks in his name. Lucy becomes confused with too many Caesars running around and repeatedly captures the real Sid.
S06E24 Lucy and The Boss of the Year Award 11/03/1968 When Mr. Mooney is up for becoming president of the San Fransisco branch of the bank, Lucy tries to get him named Boss of the Year so he gets the position.
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S00E06 The Lucille Ball Comedy Hour (AKA Mr. and Mrs.) 00/00/0000 Lucy stars as herself in a fictional setting, Lucille Ball the star-studio President whom nasty banker-investor Mr. Harvey (Gale Gordon) is trying to force out of her position as production head for reasons not quite clear on the show. Lucy hopes to keep her position by signing Bob Hope to star with her in a new television special and Lucy and Gale traipse all over the world trying to track Hope down. Bob Hope is finally located and signed and the program then switches to the "special" Lucy planned to produce: MR AND MRS. a comedy about an acting couple who are America's favorite TV sweethearts but off-screen a bickering duo. This program seems at times seems an uncomfortable roman a clef about Lucy and her ex-husband Desi Arnaz as the lovebirds bicker, the "hubby" has an apparent wandering eye and most outrageously, it is suggested by the sponsors that the duo have a baby to improve the show's ratings!
S00E07 Lucy in London 24/10/1966 Lucy Carmichael (Lucille Ball), an American secretary, arrives in London to claim a free day trip that she won in a dog food jingle contest. She is expecting a luxury limousine tour of the city, but instead is greeted by a tour guide named Tony (Anthony Newley) who escorts her in a motorcycle with an open sidecar. Their initial stop, for punting on the River Thames in an inflatable raft, ends disastrously when they collide with a rowing team and sink beneath the waters. Tony then takes Lucy to the heart of London's shopping district, where she models the latest mod fashions in a musical number based on the Phil Spector tune Lucy in London. Lucy is then escorted to Madame Tussaud’s wax museum, where she is frightened by a curator (Wilfred Hyde-White) whom she mistakes for a haunted wax statue that comes to life. She then visits a British manor, where she plays Kate opposite actor Peter Wyngarde in a scene from the William Shakespeare comedy The Taming of the Shrew. Lucy and Tony return to the Thames, where they sing Pop Goes the Weasel as a duet. The Dave Clark Five turns up to sing London Bridge is Falling Down. Lucy and Tony then arrive at an empty theater, where Tony dons a tuxedo and sings a medley of songs from the Leslie Bricusse-Anthony Newley show Stop the World, I Want to Get Off. Lucy follows him with a mime act and a song where she shows her appreciation of her London adventures.
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S00E09 'Lucy Gets Her Diploma' in Italian 00/00/0000
S00E10 Lucy Day at NY World's Fair 1964 00/00/0000
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S00E12 Interview with Lucie Arnaz 00/00/0000
S00E13 Lucy Show Collectibles with Jimmy Garrett 00/00/0000
S00E14 Interview with Barry Livingston 00/00/0000
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S00E19 Clip from 'Great Bank Robbery' in French 00/00/0000
S00E20 Behind the Scenes for Season 4 00/00/0000
S00E21 Behind the Scenes on 'Lucy at Marineland' 00/00/0000
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S00E27 Season 6 Outtakes 00/00/0000
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S00E29 Sinatra Gives Lucy an Emmy 00/00/0000
S00E30 Interview with Carole Cook 00/00/0000

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