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  1. I watched a handful of fourth season episodes yesterday including a favorite, "Kim Moves Out." I wanted to watch "Lucy's Replacement," but it's among the batch of episodes that no longer "free" on Amazon Prime. These episodes appear to be viewable for an additional fee. The fee episodes appear to be randomly selected.
  2. I recently watched this one as well. I wonder if Lucy's "Mame" costar Robert Preston was ever considered for Albert's part. During the ladies' discussion at the office, it is mentioned Albert had appeared in "The Music Man," for which Preston was well known.
  3. In some respects, "Lucy Moves to NBC" is a retread of this special. We have producer Lucille Ball and Gale seeking out a "star" for a television program and then see the show within the show.
  4. This thread makes me realize that it was a shame that "Here's Lucy" did not have staff writers. For example, the character of "Craig" disappeared with even less explanatory dialogue than "Viv's" absence on "The Lucy Show." "Craig's" departure could have been an interesting story arc. Also the cheapness bothers me. "The Brady Bunch," which was far less popular than "Here's Lucy" during their network runs, could afford to shoot in Hawaii. But "Here's Lucy" went cheap and cancelled its plans to have part three of "Lucy Goes Hawaiian" shot on location even though CBS has production facilities for "Hawaii Five-0."
  5. This I agree with. I hate "Saves", but love "Meets." I think any bottom 10 must include "Lucy, the Rain Goddess."
  6. Marlene Dietrich was at Bill Frawley's funeral?
  7. I think you mean "Lucy, the Helpful Mother." "Lucy, the American Mother" is the one in which Lucy is the subject of a documentary Craig is filming.
  8. "Lucy and Miss Shelly Winters," which plays like a leftover script from the later days of "The Lucy Show."
  9. Fetv (channel 323 on direct tv) is airing hour long version of TCBS tonight. I don’t know if this will be a regular thing.
  10. Actually, it's a candid shot taken on Lucy's honeymoon night when she saw Gary completely au naturel for the first time.
  11. I just re-watched "Part-Time Wife" and "Ma Barker" on Amazon. I stand by my opinion that "Part-Time Wife" is preposterous but funny. Yes, a stronger actress as "Gertie" would have improved the episode. As for "Ma Barker," there are a few chuckles in the middle when the "children" visit at the Carter abode. However, this episode remains a stinker, especially the last act. Pew. Lucy going undercover for the police was employed previously ("Lucy, the Gun Moll") and subsequently ("Dirty Gertie") to much better effect.
  12. The edited versions of the "lost" episodes of "TCBS" (playing on MeTV) as well as the previously syndicated "Carol Burnett and Friends" shows are on Amazon now. I've watched many "Family" sketches, skipping much other material as it does not hold up nearly as well.
  13. "Lucy, the Part-time Wife" is preposterous but funny. "Lucy, the Laundress" is culturally insensitive, but funny. Their best script for Lucy was the "Secretary Beautiful" second-season episode with Carol Burnett.
  14. "Lucy Finally Cuts Guess Who's G-String." Lucy learns that Kim has been secretly working as an exotic dancer to offset her increased living expenses since moving into Uncle Herb's building. Planning to stop Kim, Lucy and Harry go undercover into the seedy club run by Dirty Jack. But upon seeing Harry, Dirty Jack instantly says "Hiya, Harry. You going to make it rain again tonight?"
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