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  1. I enjoyed this documentary even though I knew the majority of its content already. But hey ... I'm been a Lucy fan for years now. I appreciated that they gave some time towards The Lucy Show. Past Lucy documentaries just mention the show and nothing more. So it was good to see this change for once. Other information that they could have included about the show but wasn't: the original writing team leaving the show after the second season due to script dispute between Lucy and the writers, Lucy hiring new writers for the show, the addition of Gale Gordon to the series and his unavailability during the first season, the explanation of why the series changed settings and the dropping of the kids, Lucy trying to find a replacement for Vivian Vance with the likes of Ann Sothern, Joan Blonde and finally Mary Jane Croft, the well-documented feud with Joan Crawford, Lucy the businesswoman making the decision to film The Lucy Show in color starting with the second season despite CBS airing it in black and white prior to the fourth season, etc. It was interesting to see what the commenters had to say about The Lucy Show: The Lucy Show is I Love Lucy just without the men, After Viv left it became an entirely different show, it was Mr. Mooney and Lucy and guest stars. Here's Lucy was briefly touched on. However, it didn't get the same amount of time as her other shows. More could have been said about Here's Lucy (i.e. it's competition with Laugh-In and Monday Night Football, the departure of Desi Arnaz Jr., etc., ect.). I really enjoyed the stories that Carol Burnett shared about Lucy: the flowers that Lucy sent to her on her birthday after finding out she died, meeting Lucy for the first time and getting herself to ask Lucy to appear on a special with her. I was pleased that they recognized Lucy and Viv as a dynamic female duo and their contribution to television in that regard. And mentioning Mary Tyler Moore and Laverne & Shirley as being inspired from the Lucy-Viv female duo. I was displeased that hardly anything got said about Gale Gordon, Lucy's other main long-time co-star. He had a great career; however, what people remember about him the most is his association with Lucille Ball particularly her television shows. And yet these Lucy documentaries tend to overlook him. It's almost as if he wasn't that important. And that is sad. He contributed a lot to Lucy's television career. And not to mention that he is the ONLY one that appeared in ALL five Lucy TV series plus her radio show. That says a lot. Lucy truly felt she needed him by her side. Again, he gets no credit. I wished the commenters were asked "what's your favorite Lucy episode?" (and not "what's your favorite I Love Lucy episode?"). The latter question gets asked so many times on these documentaries/magazines that cover Lucy and it is quite tiresome. And limiting. There is more to Lucille Ball than just I Love Lucy. One thing that was new to me was the story of Desi getting arrested for shooting a gun to scare off kids and Lucy trying to come to his defense by sending guns with blanks in them. That was an interesting story. And I must admit I did get emotional towards the end with the clip of Lucy receiving the standing ovation at the awards show, Robert Stack reading Desi's speech and the look on Lucy's face that came afterwards and of course the news of Lucy passing away and what she meant to people. The ending of it was quite good when Carole Cook said "Lucy was the original". So true!!! Overall, this documentary was good. I would give it a "B".
  2. In the last week or so ago: "Lucy Gives Eddie Albert the Old Song and Dance" (#128) ... awesome to see old Lucy players in this one; however, the writing is not so great. So much of this episode gets built up that leads to a climax of just a song and dance number that Lucy and Eddie Albert do. That's about it. Nothing spectacular. "Lucy, the Peacemaker" (#122) ... this episode could easily be a Lucy-less one. The plot literally revolves around the guest stars and it's Lucy who is the one that plays second fiddle. Not to mention that no one in the Here's Lucy cast (besides Lucy) is in the episode. "Lucy, the Shopping Expert" (#20) ... fun viewing. The birds and bees talk is a riot. And Lucy trying to show Kim how to shop is hilarious! "A Date For Lucy" (#18) ... not too bad. It is nice to see Cesar Romero, a former Lucy guest, return to a Lucy program.
  3. In the last week or so: "Lucy Gets Her Diploma" (#140) 9/12-13/20 (last night & this morning): "Lucy, the Gun Moll", "Lucy Dates Dean Martin", "Lucy and Bob Crane", "Lucy Is a Referee", "Lucy Misplaces $2,000", and first half or so of "Lucy Buys a Sheep" (#109, #105, #106, #4, #5, & #2)
  4. Lucy & The Loving Cup, Little Ricky's Dog and Lucy & Superman (#164-#166, all on tape) (preceded by Three Stooges (also on tape - same tape)): Gents Without Cents, If a Body Meets a Body, Wham-Bam-Slam!)
  5. 8/8/20 (Evening): Lucy and the Submarine, Lucy the Bean Queen, Lucy and Paul Winchell, and Lucy and the Ring-a-Ding Ring (#116, #112, #118, #113)
  6. The "Part-Time Wife Mother-To-Be" episode would have been better suited for the Kim Carter character as she was of child-bearing age. Moreover, that would have made a great comedy bit/episode for Lucie Arnaz to do. Too bad when the writers wrote this episode they didn't have Kim Carter/Lucie Arnaz in mind. What a missed opportunity! "Crusader" was a very good episode. I would definitely include it in the "Best of Here's Lucy" list. Great script all the way around! I remember being very impressed and entertained during my first time of watching it.
  7. 7/12/20 (Evening): "Little Old Lucy", "Chris Goes Steady", "Lucy Flies To London", "Lucy Saves Milton Berle" & "Lucy, the Robot" (#135, #48, #120, #95, #107) 7/13/20 (Morning): "Lucy, the Meter Maid" (#60) 7/14/20 (Morning): "Lucy Goes to Art Class" (#47)
  8. That's a great selection. Quite memorable that episode. It features what Lucy does best: physical comedy.
  9. So many to choose from! I guess ONE of them would have to be "Lucy Plays Florence Nightingale" as it features many trademarks of the Lucy character, her two main Lucy-TV series and Lucy Show co-stars (i.e. Vivian Vance and Gale Gordon), the comedy scene with wheelchair-bound Lucy getting chased in the hospital by the ever-growing line of nurses and the revival-ability factor to I Love Lucy. There's another scene at the end where Lucy (impersonating a doctor) and Viv (impersonating a nurse) trying to wake up a groggy Mr. Mooney to the extent of making barnyard animal noises. As with trademarks, there's Lucy wanting money, Lucy scheming to get it, Lucy getting Viv involved, Lucy's scheme backfires, Lucy antagonizing the insufferable Mr. Mooney and Lucy's loveable cry. Also, it's worth to mention that the original Lucy writers were involved with this specific Lucy Show episode. That comedy scene with the chased wheelchair-bound Lucy, I think, revivals some of the classic moments from I Love Lucy (whether it be Lucy getting her nose on fire, the mirror scene with Harpo Marx, eggs getting smashed in Lucy's blouse while doing the tango, etc.)
  10. I believe this leaves the actual star (of The Dick Van Dyke Show) which is Dick Van Dyke as the last surviving adult cast member. (Not including the kid-actor who played their son, Ritchie). So sad to see so many talented people from TV yesteryear pass away one by one. Like Dick Van Dyke now, Barbara Eden is also the last surviving cast member of her I Dream of Jeannie TV series. Tom Lester was last surviving cast member of Green Acres earlier this year until he passed away. It seems now that the casts of many situation comedies from the 60s have either all passed away or there's just one or two remaining (of course, there's a few exceptions). Anyways, Carl Reiner was a genius. I hate to see him go but he did leave a great legacy behind with The Dick Van Dyke Show.
  11. 6/6-7/20 Overnight: "Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard", "Main Street U.S.A.", "Lucy Puts Main Street on the Map" & "Lucy Meets the Law" (Episodes #131, #127-128 & #129) 6/20/20 Afternoon: "Lucy Meets the Berles" (preceded by The Lucy-Desi Milton Berle 1959 Special) (#137) 6/21/20 Afternoon: "Lucy and the Bank Scandal" & "Lucy Goes Duck Hunting" (#35, #31)
  12. Yesterday (Friday, June 5th, 2020): "One Good Grandparent Deserves Another" and "Lucy Makes a Hit with John Ritter" (Episodes #1 & #4) Saturday, June 6th, 2020 (Late Morning): Mini-Marathon: "Lucy Among the Two-By-Fours", "Lucy Gets Her Wires Crossed", "Lucy Is Sax Symbol", "Lucy Makes Curtis Byte the Dust" & "Lucy, the Legal Beagle" (Episodes #6,#3, #5, #8 & #10)
  13. Watched this gem of a classic this morning (6/5/20): "Never Do Business with Friends" (Episode #67)
  14. As silly as "Lucy, the Rain Goddess" is, I do enjoy that episode. It reminds me of The Munsters episode, "Heap Big Herman" which had a similar premise. And that too I enjoy.
  15. Yes bottom 10. For reasons I stated above. My other contenders in the bottom 10 would be: "Lucy, the Starmaker", (Season 6), "Lucy and Carol Burnett, Part II" (Season 6), "Lucy and Phil Harris" (Season 6), "Lucy in the Music World" (Season 4), "Lucy Saves Milton Berle" (Season 4), "Lucy and Ken Berry" (Season 6), & "Lucy and the Soap Opera", (Season 4). If you have noticed, most of these are musical/star-oriented. It's ironic how Lucille Ball made one of the worst episodes of The Lucy Show and then two years later made of the greatest - which BOTH featured Milton Berle as the guest star.
  16. Watched "Lucy Helps Danny Thomas" the other night. Still don't care for it. Lucy acted like an idiot in this episode. And Gale Gordon was hardly in this episode. The interactions between Lucy and Danny (the main players of this poor episode) weren't that funny. And that bit with Lucy having trouble with that head thing was very reminiscent of the classic "Lucy Gets Pictures" I Love Lucy episode and not nearly as funny if at all. I still rank this as one of the 10 worst episodes or bottom 10 of The Lucy Show.
  17. I don't care what he thinks or anyone thinks in regards to Lucy's post-ILL sitcoms. They didn't stand the chance to begin with given they had a tough act to follow. Even Lucille Ball herself said that she couldn't top what she, Desi, Vivian, and Bill had done. But that didn't make her other sitcoms unwatchable or less valuable. People still continued to watch LUCY w/out the other three (or two in the TLS first three seasons). That says something right there. The love affair with Lucy didn't stop after I Love Lucy. It continued to flourish well into the 60s and 70s. I, for one, am glad that Lucy continued in series TV after I Love Lucy. Granted there are some instances where it could been handled much better but that doesn't take way from the enjoyment. Lucy was just as entertaining in her other TV sitcoms as she was in I Love Lucy. And yes, The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour, The Lucy Show, Here's Lucy and Life with Lucy do have some duds here and there but so does I Love Lucy and other television shows in general. One can't just pin it soley on Lucy's post-ILL sitcoms. And let's be honest ... some of the episodic product Lucille Ball made after 1957 rivaled that of I Love Lucy such as getting stuck in the shower, installing a TV antenna, keeping an eye on Ricky while being disguised as a geisha girl and that Geisha Girl dance scene, conducting a symphony, masquerading as Danny Thomas's wife and the whole snowball fight scene and the courtroom scene that followed, getting drafted by a mere technicality and becoming a "marine", crashing an event with roller skates, getting the Burton's ring stuck on her finger, entering a Lucille Ball look-a-like contest, racing the Mertzes and Fred MacMurray in the middle of the desert to be the first to claim uranium, transforming herself into a "My Fair Lady" type persona, tearing up an entire wall just to "fix" a light switch, overhearing a "love scene" and jumping to the wrong conclusion, resorting to skydiving to prove that she is just as much of a daredevil, disguising herself as a patient in a wheelchair only to be followed around by a growing line of nurses throughout the hospital, abruptly becoming a nursemaid to her loved ones even to pregnant cat named Harry, snooping on Mr. Mooney and her substitute through various disguises, ect. So please don't let this guy tell you that the post-ILL sitcoms are trash. Because they aren't. There is PLENTY of gems to watch with memorable scenes. Great entertainment.
  18. One of the Country/Connecticut episodes preferably. That era of I Love Lucy has yet to be touched (while the emphasis has been on Hollywood era). I would think the Lucy Raises Chickens/Lucy Does the Tango 2-parter would be the first Connecticut selection given it contained the show's longest laugh recorded and it seems to be the most memorable of the whole bunch.
  19. Watched these this past week: "Lucy Plays Cleopatra" "Kiddies Parties, Inc." "Lucy & Viv Play Softball" "Lucy Gets Locked in a Vault" (ended falling asleep half way through)
  20. I will go first. Here's my list ... Here's Lucy: "Lucy's Safari" Here's Lucy: "Lucy and the Italian Bombshell" Here's Lucy: "Lucy and the Candid Camera" Here's Lucy: "Lucy, the Mountain Climber" Here's Lucy: "Lucy in the Jungle" Here's Lucy: "The Big Game" Here's Lucy: "Lucy Gives Eddie Albert the Old Song and Dance" Please select!
  21. I don't think we've had this before on this forum. Nevertheless, this should be fun. A Lucy fan compiles a list of X amount of Lucy episodes (s)he wants to watch (minimum should be five and maximum 10). The other fans select one to three episodes from that list. Whichever episode gets selected the most is the episode that the Lucy fan will watch.
  22. I've been working on this for awhile now and it is finally done. Now this can be used for a reference. Enjoy! Also, if you spot any errors or corrections that need to be made please let me know. Thanks! HERE’S LUCY CAST (EPISODE BY EPISODE), EPISODE GUIDE & ORIGINAL AIRDATES Here’s Lucy *Main Cast* Lucille Ball (1968-74) – All 144 Episodes Gale Gordon (1968-74) – 140 Episodes Lucie Arnaz (1968-74) – 114 Episodes Desi Arnaz, Jr. (1968-71) – 60 Episodes Here’s Lucy *Secondary Cast* Vivian Vance (1968-1972) – 6 Episodes Mary Jane Croft (1969-74) – 31 Episodes Vanda Barra (1968-1974) – 24 Episodes Sid Gould (1968-1974) – 44 Episodes Here’s Lucy* “Notable”* Cast Mary Wickes (1969-1974) – 9 Episodes Carole Cook (1969-70, 74) – 5 Episodes Doris Singleton (1968, 1972-74) – 4 Episodes DeDe Ball (1969) – 1 Episode Parley Bair (1971) – 2 Episodes Don Briggs (1970) – 1 Episode Wanda Clark (1969) – 1 Episode Jerry Hauser (1973) – 1 Episode Gary Morton (1969-71, 74) – 4 Episodes Roy Roberts (1969, 1971, 1973-74) – 5 Episodes Phil Vandervort (1970-1972) – 4 Episodes NOTE: The following episode guide will only include those three casts. Here’s Lucy - Season 1 (1968-1969) Lucille Ball – All 24 Episodes Gale Gordon – All 24 Episodes Lucie Arnaz – 22 Episodes Desi Arnaz, Jr. – 22 Episodes Mary Wickes, Vanda Barra & Sid Gould – 2 episodes Doris Singleton, Vivian Vance, Mary Jane Croft & Carole Cook – 1 Episode 1. Mod, Mod Lucy (Original Airdate: 9-23-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Doris Singleton appears as Doris 2. Lucy’s Birthday (Original Airdate: 11-18-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 3. Lucy’s Working Daughter (Original Airdate: 12-2-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Vanda Barra appears as Second Customer 4. Lucy, the Conclusion Jumper (Original Airdate: 10-21-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 5. Lucy and Eva Gabor (Original Airdate: 11-11-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 6. Lucy Visits Jack Benny (Original Airdate: 9-30-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Sid Gould appears 7. Lucy, the Process Server (Original Airdate: 10-7-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Vanda Barra appears as Salesgirl No. 2 8. Lucy’s Impossible Mission (Original Airdate: 10-28-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 9. Lucy and Miss Shelley Winters (Original Airdate: 10-14-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter 10. Lucy and the Gold Rush (Original Airdate: 12-30-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 11. Lucy and the Great Airport Chase (Original Airdate: 2-3-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 12. Guess Who Owes Lucy $23.50? (Original Airdate: 12-9-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 13. Lucy Sells Craig to Wayne Newton (Original Airdate: 11-25-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 14. Lucy, the Matchmaker (Original Airdate: 12-16-68) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Vivian Vance appears as Vivian Jones (first appearance on the series) 15. Lucy, the Fixer (Original Airdate: 1-6-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 16. Lucy Goes on Strike (Original Airdate: 1-20-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Mary Wickes appears as Isabel (first appearance on the series) 17. Lucy and the Ex-Con (Original Airdate: 1-13-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter 18. A Date For Lucy (Original Airdate: 2-10-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Mary Jane Croft as Mary Jane Lewis (first appearance on the series) 19. Lucy Gets Her Man (Original Airdate: 2-24-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Mary Wickes appears as Isabel 20. Lucy, the Shopping Expert (Original Airdate: 2-17-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 21. Lucy and Carol Burnett (aka Lucy and the New School Gym) (Original Airdate: 1-27-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Carole Cook appears 22. Lucy’s Safari (Original Airdate: 3-3-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 23. Lucy and Tennessee Ernie’s Fun Farm (Original Airdate: 3-10-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 24. Lucy Helps Craig Get His Driver’s License (Original Airdate: 3-17-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Sid Gould appears Here’s Lucy - Season 2 (1969-1970) Lucille Ball – All 24 Episodes Gale Gordon – 23 Episodes Lucie Arnaz – 23 Episodes Desi Arnaz, Jr. – 22 Episodes Mary Jane Croft & Sid Gould – 3 episodes Roy Roberts, Vivian Vance & Vanda Barra – 2 episodes Mary Wickes, Gary Morton, DeDe Ball, Wanda Clark – 1 episode 25. Lucy Joins the Air Force Academy, Part 1 (Original Airdate: 9-22-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Roy Roberts appears as a Superintendent 26. Lucy Joins the Air Force Academy, Part 2 (Original Airdate: 9-29-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Roy Roberts appears as a Superintendent 27. Lucy and the Indian Chief (Original Airdate: 10-6-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 28. Lucy Runs the Rapids (Original Airdate: 10-13-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 29. Lucy and Harry’s Tonsils (Original Airdate: 10-20-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Mary Wickes appears as Nurse Hurlow 30. Lucy’s Burglar Alarm (Original Airdate: 11-3-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Vanda Barra appears 31. Lucy at the Drive-In Movie (Original Airdate: 11-10-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 32. Lucy and the Andrews Sisters (Original Airdate: 10-27-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Gary Morton appears as an Emcee 33. Lucy and the Used Car Dealer (Original Airdate: 11-17-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 34. Lucy, the Cement Worker (Original Airdate: 11--24-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (second appearance on the series) Sid Gould appears 35. Lucy and Johnny Carson (Original Airdate: 12-1-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Sid Gould and DeDe Ball appear 36. Lucy and the Generation Gap (Original Airdate: 12-8-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 37. Lucy and the Bogie Affair (Original Airdate: 12-15-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 38. Lucy, the Laundress (Original Airdate: 1-12-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter (Lucy Talks to Mary Jane) 39. Lucy, the Helpful Mother (Original Airdate: 12-29-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter (Lucy Talks to Mary Jane) 40. Lucy Protects Her Job (Original Airdate: 12-22-69) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter (Desi Arnaz, Jr. listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (third appearance on the series) Wanda Clark appears as Secretary 41. Lucy and Wayne Newton (Original Airdate: 2-16-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 42. Lucy and Liberace (Original Airdate: 1-5-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 43. Lucy and Lawerence Welk (Original Airdate: 1-19-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Vivian Vance appears as Vivian Jones Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (fourth appearance on the series) 44. Lucy and Viv Visit Tijuana (aka Lucy and Vivian Vance) (Original Airdate: 1-26-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Vivian Vance appears as Vivian Jones 45. Lucy and Ann Margret (Original Airdate: 2-2-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 46. Lucy and Wally Cox (Original Airdate: 2-9-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter 47. Lucy Takes Over (Original Airdate: 2-23-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 48. Lucy and Carol Burnett (aka Lucy Competes with Carol Burnett or Secretary Beautiful) (Original Airdate: 3-2-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Vanda Barra appears (uncredited) as Cafeteria Cashier Sid Gould appears Here’s Lucy - Season 3 (1970-1971) Lucille Ball – All 24 Episodes Gale Gordon – All 24 Episodes Lucie Arnaz – 21 Episodes Desi Arnaz, Jr. – 15 Episodes Vanda Barra & Sid Gould – 5 episodes Mary Jane Croft & Carole Cook – 4 Episodes Vivian Vance – 2 Episodes Don Briggs, Gary Morton, Mary Wickes, Phil Vandervort,& Parley Bair – 1 Episode 49. Lucy Cuts Vincent’s Price (Original Airdate: 11-9-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (fifth appearance on the series) 50. Lucy Loses Her Cool (Original Airdate: 12-7-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (sixth appearance on the series) Vanda Barra appears as Mrs. Carol Carroll 51. Lucy, the Crusader (Original Airdate: 10-12-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Carole Cook appears as Mrs. Sheila Casten Don Briggs appears 52. Lucy, the Skydiver (Original Airdate: 9-21-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 53. Lucy and Sammy Davis, Jr. (Original Airdate: 9-28-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Gary Morton appears as a Nightclub Manager 54. Lucy, the Diamond Cutter (Original Airdate: 11-16-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Mary Wickes appears as Mrs. Whitmark’s Maid 55. Lucy and Jack Benny’s Biography (Original Airdate: 11-23-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter (Lucie Arnaz listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear (Desi Arnaz, Jr. listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear 56. Lucy and Ma Parker (Original Airdate: 12-21-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Carole Cook appears as Ma Parker 57. Lucy and the Drum Contest (Original Airdate: 10-5-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 58. Lucy Meets the Burtons (Original Airdate: 9-14-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Vanda Barra appears as Vanda 59. Lucy Stops a Marriage (Original Airdate: 12-28-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 60. Lucy Goes Hawaiian, Part 1 (Original Airdate: 2-15-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Vivian Vance appears as Vivian Jones 61. Lucy Goes Hawaiian, Part 2 (Original Airdate: 2-22-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Vivian Vance appears as Vivian Jones 62. Lucy, the American Mother (Original Airdate: 10-26-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (seventh appearance on the series) Sid Gould appears 63. Lucy’s Wedding Party (Original Airdate: 11-2-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (eighth appearance on the series) (Lucie Arnaz listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear (Desi Arnaz, Jr. listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear 64. Lucy and the 20-20 Vision (Original Airdate: 1-11-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 65. Lucy, the Coed (Original Airdate: 10-19-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter 66. Lucy and Aladdin’s Lamp (Original Airdate: 2-1-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. appears as Craig Carter (last appearance as a regular) Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (ninth appearance on the series) 67. Lucy, Part-Time Wife (Original Airdate: 12-14-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter (Desi Arnaz, Jr. listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear Carole Cook appears as Lillian Rylander 68. Lucy and Rudy Vallee (Original Airdate: 11-30-70) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter (Desi Arnaz, Jr. listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear Vanda Barra appears as a Maid Phil Vandervort appears as Steve 69. Lucy’s Vacation (Original Airdate: 1-4-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter (Desi Arnaz, Jr. listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear Parley Bair appears as Dr. Cunningham Sid Gould appears 70. Lucy’s House Guest, Harry (Original Airdate: 1-25-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter (Desi Arnaz, Jr. listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear Sid Gould appears 71. Lucy and Carol Burnett (aka The Hollywood Unemployment Follies) (Original Airdate: 2-8-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter (Desi Arnaz, Jr. listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear Vanda Barra appears as a Cashier Carole Cook and Sid Gould appear 72. Lucy and the Raffle (Original Airdate: 1-18-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter (Desi Arnaz, Jr. listed in opening credits) – does NOT appear Vanda Barra appears as Waitress Sid Gould appears Here’s Lucy - Season 4 (1971-1972) Lucille Ball – All 24 Episodes Gale Gordon – All 24 Episodes Lucie Arnaz – 21 Episodes Sid Gould – 7 Episodes Mary Jane Croft & Vanda Barra – 6 Episodes Gary Morton, Roy Roberts, Mary Wickes, Parley Bair, Phil Vandervort & Vivian Vance – 1 episode 73. Lucy and Mannix Are Held Hostage (Original Airdate: 10-4-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (tenth appearance on the series) 74. Lucy and Candid Camera (Original Airdate: 12-13-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Vanda Barra appears as a Bank Teller 75. Lucy and Harry’s Italian Bombshell (Original Airdate: 9-27-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Vanda Barra appears as Arvin Saleslady Sid Gould appears 76. Lucy Makes a Few Extra Dollars (Original Airdate: 10-18-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Gary Morton appears as a Carnival Barker 77. Lucy and the Astronauts (Original Airdate: 10-11-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Roy Roberts appears as Dr. Jensen 78. Lucy and Her All-Nun Band (Original Airdate: 11-1-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Wickes appears as Sister Paula Carter 79. Someone’s On the Ski Lift with Dinah (Original Airdate: 10-25-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter (Honorable Mention by Lucy: Mary Jane) 80. Lucy, the Mountain Climber (Original Airdate: 9-20-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Sid Gould appears 81. Lucy and Flip Go Legit (Original Airdate: 9-13-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 82. Lucy and the Celebrities (Original Airdate: 11-8-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Sid Gould appears 83. Lucy’s Lucky Day (Original Airdate: 12-20-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 84. Ginger Rogers Comes To Tea (Original Airdate: 11-22-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 85. Won’t You Calm Down, Dan Dailey? (Original Airdate: 11-15-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft as Mary Jane Lewis (eleventh appearance on the series) Vanda Barra appears as Vanda Sid Gould appears 86. Lucy’s Bonus Bounces (Original Airdate: 12-27-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (twelfth appearance on the series) Parley Bair appears as Dr. Cunningham Vanda Barra appears as Connie the Waitress (Lucy Talks to Craig Carter) 87. Lucy Helps David Frost Go Night Night (Original Airdate: 11-29-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Sid Gould appears 88. Lucy in the Jungle (Original Airdate: 12-6-71) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 89. Lucy and the Chinese Curse (Original Airdate: 1-10-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (thirteenth appearance on the series) Vanda Barra appears as Sally Sid Gould appears 90. Kim Moves Out (Original Airdate: 1-24-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 91. Lucy Sublets the Office (Original Airdate: 1-31-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter 92. Lucy and the Little Old Lady (Original Airdate: 1-3-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 93. Lucy’s Replacement (Original Airdate: 1-17-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Phil Vandervort appears as Joe Hackley 94. With Viv As Friend, Who Needs An Enemy? (Original Airdate: 2-14-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Vivian Vance appears as Vivian Jones (last appearance on the series) Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (fourteenth appearance on the series) Vanda Barra appears as Vanda Sid Gould appears 95. Lucy’s Punctured Romance (Original Airdate: 2-7-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (fifteenth appearance on the series) Sid Gould appears 96. Kim Finally Cuts You-Know-Who’s Apron Strings (Original Airdate: 2-21-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Here’s Lucy - Season 5 (1972-1973) Lucille Ball – All 24 Episodes Gale Gordon – 22 Episodes Lucie Arnaz – 15 Episodes Desi Arnaz, Jr. – 1 Episode Sid Gould – 9 Episodes Mary Jane Croft – 8 Episodes Vanda Barra – 7 Episodes Mary Wickes – 2 Episodes Doris Singleton, Phil Vandervort & Roy Roberts – 1 Episode 97. Lucy and Eva Gabor Are Hospital Roomies (Original Airdate: 9-18-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Vanda Barra appears as Vanda Mary Wickes appears as Nurse Sylvia Ogilvy 98. Lucy’s Big Break (Original Airdate: 9-11-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Vanda Barra appears as Vanda Mary Wickes appears as Nurse Sylvia Ogilv Sid Gould appears 99. Harrison Carter, Male Nurse (Original Airdate: 9-25-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Vanda Barra appears as Vanda Sid Gould appears 100. A Home Is Not An Office (Original Airdate: 10-2-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Vanda Barra appears as Vanda Sid Gould appears 101. Lucy and Joe Namath (Original Airdate: 10-9-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Desi Arnaz, Jr. guest stars as Craig Carter (last appearance on the series) 102. Lucy and Petula Clark (Original Airdate: 10-30-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Doris Singleton appears as Miss Perkins 103. Lucy, the Other Woman (Original Airdate: 10-23-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 104. Lucy and the Case of the Reckless Wheelchair Driver (Original Airdate: 10-16-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Sid Gould appears 105. Lucy and the Group Encounter (Original Airdate: 12-18-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Vanda Barra and Sid Gould appear as Hippies 106. Lucy and Donny Osmond (Original Airdate: 11-20-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Phil Vandervort appears (Lucy mentions Mary Jane) 107. Goodbye, Mrs. Hips (Original Airdate: 2-26-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Vanda Barra appears as Vanda Sid Gould appears 108. Dirtie Gertie (Original Airdate: 11-13-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 109. The Not-So-Popular Mechanics (Original Airdate: 2-19-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis 110. Lucy and Jim Bailey (Original Airdate: 11-6-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis 111. Lucy and Her Prince Charming (Original Airdate: 11-27-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Sid Gould appears 112. Lucy Is Really In a Pickle (Original Airdate: 1-1-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 113. Lucy and Her Genuine Twimby (Original Airdate: 1-15-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 114. My Fair Buzzi (Original Airdate: 12-11-72) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 115. Lucy Goes to Prison (Original Airdate: 1-22-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Roy Roberts appears as Warden Magenetti 116. Lucy Goes On Her Last Blind Date (Original Airdate: 1-8-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Vanda Barra appears as Vanda Sid Gould appears 117. Lucy and the Franchise Fiasco (Original Airdate: 2-5-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Sid Gould appears 118. Lucy and the Professor (Original Airdate: 1-29-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 119. Lucy and Uncle Harry’s Pot (Original Airdate: 2-12-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter 120. Lucy and Harry’s Memoirs (aka Here’s Lucy Clip Show or Lucy and Harry’s Memories) (Original Airdate: 3-5-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter *Lucie Arnaz (not listed in opening credits) appears as Lucie Carter (in clips) *Desi Arnaz, Jr. (not listed in opening credits) appears as Craig Carter (in clips) Here’s Lucy - Season 6 (1973-1974) Lucille Ball – All 24 Episodes Gale Gordon – 23 Episodes Lucie Arnaz – 12 Episodes Sid Gould – 10 Episodes Mary Jane Croft – 9 Episodes Vanda Barra – 3 Episodes Mary Wickes & Doris Singleton– 2 Episodes Jerry Hauser, Roy Roberts, Gary Morton, Carole Cook – 1 Episode 121. Lucy Plays Cops and Robbers (Original Airdate: 12-31-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft as Mary Jane Lewis Mary Wickes appears as Violet Barker 122. Lucy, the Peacemaker (Original Airdate: 9-24-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter 123. The Big Game (Original Airdate: 9-17-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft as Mary Jane Lewis Sid Gould appears 124. Lucy, the Wealthy Widow (Original Airdate: 10-1-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Sid Gould appears 125. Lucy and the Bow-Wow Boutique (Original Airdate: 10-8-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Sid Gould appears 126. Lucy and Danny Thomas (Original Airdate: 9-10-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Sid Gould appears 127. Lucy’s Tenant (Original Airdate: 10-22-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft as Mary Jane Lewis 128. Lucy Gives Eddie Albert His Old Song and Dance (Original Airdate: 10-15-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Vanda Barra appears as Vanda Doris Singleton appears as Patty Jerry Hauser appears as Jimmy 129. Lucy and Andy Griffith (Original Airdate: 10-29-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Sid Gould appears 130. Lucy and Joan Do Jury Duty (Original Airdate: 11-5-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Sid Gould appears 131. Tipsy Through the Tulips (Original Airdate: 11-12-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter 132. The Carters Meets Frankie Avalon (Original Airdate: 11-19-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Sid Gould appears 133. Harry Catches Gold Fever (Original Airdate: 12-3-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter 134. Lucy Is a Bird-Sitter (Original Airdate: 1-7-74) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (Vanda and Lucy talking on the phone) 135. Lucy and Chuck Conners Have a Surprise Slumber Party (Original Airdate: 12-17-73) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Sid Gould appears 136. Meanwhile, Back at the Office (Original Airdate: 1-14-74) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter (Craig Carter mentioned) 137. Lucy Is N.G. as an R.N. (Original Airdate: 1-21-74) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Roy Roberts appears as Dr. Honeycutt 138. Lucy, the Sheriff (Original Airdate: 1-28-74) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Wickes appears as Clara Simpson (last appearance on the series) 139. Milton Berle Is the Life of the Party (Original Airdate: 2-11-74) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis Vanda Barra appears as Vanda Sid Gould appears (Kim and Lucy talking on the phone) 140. Mary Jane’s Boyfriend (Original Airdate: 2-18-74) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Mary Jane Croft appears as Mary Jane Lewis (last appearance on the series) 141. Lucy Carter Meets Lucille Ball (Original Airdate: 3-4-74) Lucille Ball appears as Herself/Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Gary Morton appears Doris Singleton appears as Doris Carole Cook appears as Cynthia Duncan 142. Lucy and Phil Harris Strike Up the Band (Original Airdate: 2-25-74) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter 143. Where Is My Wandering Mother Tonight? (Original Airdate: 3-11-74) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter 144. Lucy Fights the System (Original Airdate: 3-18-74) Lucille Ball appears as Lucy Carter Gale Gordon appears as Harrison Carter Lucie Arnaz appears as Kim Carter Vanda Barra appears as First Lady Diner Sid Gould appears
  23. 5/3/20 (Early Morning): I Love Lucy Mini-Marathon "Building a Barbecue", "The Golf Game", "The Tour", and ended up falling asleep with "Lucy's Bicycle Trip" (Episodes: 176, 96, 127, 151). (Preceded by a Here's Lucy mini-marathon consisting of the following episodes: Lucy and Carol Burnett: Secretary Beautiful, Lucy and Wayne Newton, Lucy Takes Over, Lucy and Uncle Harry's Pot, Lucy and the Franchise Fiasco, Lucy Goes To Prison)
  24. 5/2/20 (Afternoon): Season 5: Lucy and Harry's Memories, Lucy Goes On Her Last Blind Date, Lucy and Franchise Fiasco, Lucy and the Professor, Lucy and Uncle Harry's Pot (Episodes 120, 116-119) 5/2/20 (Later in the Day): Season 2: Lucy at the Drive-In Movie, Lucy and the Used Car Dealer, Lucy the Cement Worker, Lucy and Johnny Carson, Lucy and the Generation Gap, Lucy and the Bogie Affair, & Lucy Protects Her Job (Episodes 31, 33-37, 40) 5/2/20 (Late Evening): Season 2: Lucy and Carol Burnett: Secretary Beautiful, Lucy and Wayne Newton, Lucy Takes Over, Lucy and Uncle Harry's Pot, Lucy and the Franchise Fiasco, Lucy Goes To Prison (Episodes: 48, 46, 47, 119, 117, 115) Followed by an I Love Lucy mini-marathon featuring: Building a Barbecue, The Golf Game, The Tour, and ended up falling asleep with Lucy's Bicycle Trip.
  25. LUCY! LUCY! LUCY! THE I LOVE LUCY FRENZY BUG BINGE CONTINUES ... 4/24/20 (very early morning, overnight): "The Passports", "Staten Island Ferry", "Bon Voyage", "Second Honeymoon", "The Marriage License", "Lucy's Schedule", "Paris at Last", "Pioneer Women", "Lucy Gets a Paris Gown", "Lucy In the Swiss Alps" (Episodes #138-141, #26, #33, #145, #25, #147-148) 4/24/20 (morning): Woke up this morning ... "Lucy Raises Chickens", "Lucy Does the Tango", "Building a Barbecue", "Lucy Raises Tulips", "Lucy Thinks Ricky Is Trying To Murder Her", "The Girls Want To Go To a Nightclub", "The Quiz Show", "Men Are Messy" (Episodes #171-172, #176, #178, #1-2, #5, #8)
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