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But what is the title of this new series?

 

Officially Lucy was the only one, but how about "the Goldwyn Girls"?

 

Mayer's Maidens?

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That's a good one. What about "The KansasHouse Julielu Playhouse Presents 'The Metro Girls'"

 

:lucywow: ! Wondaful!

 

Can The Great American Soup be the alternate week sponsors? I'd hate to let any opportunity for Ann to dance on a soup can slip through our fingers.:D

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I love that the sheriff is Hermes Pan....

 

“In Palm Springs”

The girls decide to get away from their annoying spouses, but in Palm Springs, their individual habits get on each other’s nerves: Julie’s “sickening sweetness”, Lucy’s bluntly brayed observations and Judy’s Ritalin-driven nervousness resulting in her jingling pill bottles in her pocket.

Judy:”So I jingle my pills a little..”

Lucy: “A little? For 25 years I’ve felt like I’ve been friends with the Good Humor Pharmacist!”

Meanwhile Judy discovers her spouse Mark Heron in the bungalow next door with Rock Hudson.

THIS IS HILARIOUS Neil, from " Lucy’s bluntly brayed observations" to the Mark Heron/Hudson reference!! Bravo!! :lucythrill:

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“Lucy and Julie, The Shopping Experts”

After the girls send Judy to the Piggly Wiggly for groceries, Judy falls for Ann’s sales pitch and comes home with a trunk full of sauerkraut. So Julie and Lucy take Judy back to the P-W to teach her the ins-and-outs of marketing. Julie tries to keep order but Lucy and Judy’s melon-pyramid destroying antics jeopardize Ann’s hours so much so that her hair stands on end (although her hairdo does not change).

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“Lucy Teaches Julie Andrews to Sing”

 

Julie is all set to recreate her Oscar-winning role in a “Mary Poppins” concert presentation when her polyps flare up again. Desperate, she seeks help from Lucy who runs her through the Professor Gitterman vocal exercises but chewing her tongue and humming only seems to make things worse. With a half-hour to go until concert time, she pleads with Judy to ghost-sing for her backstage. However when Julie opens her mouth onstage and the singing voice that comes out is that of the unmusical Miss Ball, her face contorts like she just swallowed a spoonful of sh……well, not SUGAR, Meanwhile a bound and gagged Judy tries to cut the ties that bind her in the broom closet.

Heckles Ann from the audience “Sweetie, ya sound mahr like Victor than Victoria”.

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“Lucy Teaches Julie Andrews to Sing”

 

Julie is all set to recreate her Oscar-winning role in a “Mary Poppins” concert presentation when her polyps flare up again. Desperate, she seeks help from Lucy who runs her through the Professor Gitterman vocal exercises but chewing her tongue and humming only seems to make things worse. With a half-hour to go until concert time, she pleads with Judy to ghost-sing for her backstage. However when Julie opens her mouth onstage and the singing voice that comes out is that of the unmusical Miss Ball, her face contorts like she just swallowed a spoonful of sh……well, not SUGAR, Meanwhile a bound and gagged Judy tries to cut the ties that bind her in the broom closet.

Heckles Ann from the audience “Sweetie, ya sound mahr like Victor than Victoria”.

 

:hlLOL: !!!!!!

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“Lucy Teaches Julie Andrews to Sing”

 

Julie is all set to recreate her Oscar-winning role in a “Mary Poppins” concert presentation when her polyps flare up again. Desperate, she seeks help from Lucy who runs her through the Professor Gitterman vocal exercises but chewing her tongue and humming only seems to make things worse. With a half-hour to go until concert time, she pleads with Judy to ghost-sing for her backstage. However when Julie opens her mouth onstage and the singing voice that comes out is that of the unmusical Miss Ball, her face contorts like she just swallowed a spoonful of sh……well, not SUGAR, Meanwhile a bound and gagged Judy tries to cut the ties that bind her in the broom closet.

Heckles Ann from the audience “Sweetie, ya sound mahr like Victor than Victoria”.

HIGHlarious! :HALKING: :HALKING: :HALKING:

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Inspired from the films...

 

The Ultimate Solution of Miss Quigley

 

After being diagnosed as terminally annoying, Harry's former temporary secretary decides it's time to (legally) end it all. Becoming an advocate for ending one's own life, she leads a campaign to legalize the matter in California. Ultimately unsuccessful, she heads back to Barter's Unique Employment Agency to hire a hit man that would take care of her and her cousin Sue-Sue down by the marina. Although Lucy tells Quigley that is not quite the unusual jobs they provide, Quigley is undeterred. Remembering how fond Harry was of her, she goes down into the parking garage and hides in the back seat of his car to ask him to personally do the job -- springing out at a particularly inopportune moment in Los Angeles traffic and Harry is only too happy to comply. Lucy gets wind of this and Lucy an Mary Jane go to all lengths to try and stop him

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Inspired from the films...

 

The Ultimate Solution of Miss Quigley

 

After being diagnosed as terminally annoying, Harry's former temporary secretary decides it's time to (legally) end it all. Becoming an advocate for ending one's own life, she leads a campaign to legalize the matter in California. Ultimately unsuccessful, she heads back to Barter's Unique Employment Agency to hire a hit man that would take care of her and her cousin Sue-Sue down by the marina. Although Lucy tells Quigley that is not quite the unusual jobs they provide, Quigley is undeterred. Remembering how fond Harry was of her, she goes down into the parking garage and hides in the back seat of his car to ask him to personally do the job -- springing out at a particularly inopportune moment in Los Angeles traffic and Harry is only too happy to comply. Lucy gets wind of this and Lucy an Mary Jane go to all lengths to try and stop him

This is hilarious.  So there was ONE other person who saw the "Grace Quigley" movie...If you had been around earlier, maybe Sue-Sue Tolsky-Tolsky would have had more of a career.  She WAS funny and fit into the general tenor of Here's Lucy comedy.  The only reason she doesn't win "broadest player in Here's Lucy" is that we have Irwine Charone and RG Brown vying for top place with her.  I think there should have been a Here's Lucy spin off with all three of them. (perhaps you could come up with one)

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This is hilarious.  So there was ONE other person who saw the "Grace Quigley" movie...If you had been around earlier, maybe Sue-Sue Tolsky-Tolsky would have had more of a career.  She WAS funny and fit into the general tenor of Here's Lucy comedy.  The only reason she doesn't win "broadest player in Here's Lucy" is that we have Irwine Charone and RG Brown vying for top place with her.  I think there should have been a Here's Lucy spin off with all three of them. (perhaps you could come up with one)

Great idea, Neil...and then you could have a "wig-off" as well, with those three "contenders"! (What's the "Sue-Sue Tolsky-Tolsky" bit about, BTW??) :lucythrill:

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This is hilarious.  So there was ONE other person who saw the "Grace Quigley" movie...If you had been around earlier, maybe Sue-Sue Tolsky-Tolsky would have had more of a career.  She WAS funny and fit into the general tenor of Here's Lucy comedy.  The only reason she doesn't win "broadest player in Here's Lucy" is that we have Irwine Charone and RG Brown vying for top place with her.  I think there should have been a Here's Lucy spin off with all three of them. (perhaps you could come up with one)

 

 

I accept the challenge for The Susan Tolsky Show. How about a show about a wacky lady coroner entitled Quigley M.E.?

 

It was a mistake to write that synopsis so early in the morning. Ever since, I have been hearing Kate Hepburn exclaim: "He took my shoe! He TOOK my SHOE!!" 

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Lucy's Big Steak

Lucy competes with Mary Jane to see who can win the Bigger Jigger's 10lb T-Bone contest.

 

Lucy & Eve Plumb Are Hospital Roomies

When Lucy's hospital roommate Eve Plumb bemoans The Brady Bunch replacing her with Geri Reischl, Lucy gets worried that she'll get replaced on her show as well. Her suspicions increase when she spots Carole Cook in a red wig lurking around corridors and behind curtains, spying and taking notes.

 

Harrison Carter, Male Wet Nurse

In need of extra cash, Harry participates in a new medical study aimed at inducing lactation in men.

 

A Home is Not for Orifices

Lucy balks at Harry's suggestion that she rent Kim and Craig's vacant rooms to a couple of prostitutes, but ultimately relents. She regrets this once she notices the vast amount of men visiting the house at all hours, and soon the whole neighborhood believes her to be a Madam and petitions the city to throw her out. Once Lucy reveals the "pimp" responsible for this, however, the town turns on Harry.

 

Lucy & Jobu

Lucy's new voodoo based religion has all of her friends making raised eyebrows. Special guest star: Dennis Haysbert.

 

Lucy & Jim Beam

Depressed at no longer having her kids around, Lucy takes to drinking...heavily. First of a two parter.

 

Flirty Gertie

The second of two parts. Now an alcoholic, an intoxicated Lucy takes to dive bars under the assumed name "Flirty Gertie" and starts picking up random men. She vows to become sober after inadvertently seducing Harry.

 

Lucy & The Poop Encounter

Lucy and Harry come to blows over who forgot to flush the toilet.

 

Lucy & Harry's Peignoirs

Lucy can't help but notice that her delicates and evening clothes keep disappearing every time Harry comes over for dinner. She finally goes to his house to confront him, only to discover him dancing around the living room in her peignoir while singing "I Feel Pretty".

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"Lucy and Phil Harris Strike Some Matches"

 

Phil owes his bookie $10,000.00 by Saturday or else!  But with his nightclub failing, Phil can't come up with the cash.  So, it's part-time waitress/bookkeeper Lucy to the rescue.  If Phil's club would happen to burn down, both problems are solved -- that is until Lucy discovers that the fire insurance policy lapsed just hours before the fire because she forget to put the check in the mail.  But all is saved when the publicity of the fire leads an insurance investigator to find Phil who was the sole beneficiary of a life insurance policy of a distant relative.

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Lucy Makes Up for Chris

To compensate for ditching her daughter at college and never seeing her again, Lucy makes sure that her next TV daughter, Kim, gets much more screen time.

 

Lucy Meets the Shah

Lucy makes a pilgrimage to Persia to present the Shah with Benny Goodman's records.

 

Lucy is a Refugee

Lucy must don her Japanese Gardener outfit and flee to Japan in order to escape persecution for being a registered communist.

 

Lucy and Viv are Volunteer Men

When their women's club date auction is short a few bachelors, Lucy and Viv must disguise themselves accordingly to fill the bill.

 

Lucy and Viv Gripe at Harry

The women's constant nagging forces their kindly neighbor to fly away, never to be seen again.

 

Lucy Blows into Politics

Lucy's visit to the White House ends in scandal when the President's DNA turns up on her blue dress.

 

Lucy's Contact Lessons

Lucy becomes a sex therapist in order to spice up Mr. & Mrs. Mooney's bedroom.

 

Lucy in the Cusak World

Lucy integrates herself into her new husband John's family.

 

Lucy and the Seeping Booty

Mrs. Carmichael no longer finds "Oops I Crapped My Pants" commercials funny now that she needs them.

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Lucy Blows into Politics

Lucy's visit to the White House ends in scandal when the President's DNA turns up on her blue dress.

I didn't realize it was 1998 :lucythrill:

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"The Not-So-Popular Hispanics"

 

In this special episode of "Here's Lucy," a Puerto Rican family moves in down the block, causing alarm to some of the Carter's closed minded neighbors.  To foster tolerance, Lucy reveals that Mr. Carter didn't father Kim and Craig -- their biological father is bullfighter Raphael Delgado.

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"The Not-So-Popular Hispanics"

 

In this special episode of "Here's Lucy," a Puerto Rican family moves in down the block, causing alarm to some of the Carter's closed minded neighbors.  To foster tolerance, Lucy reveals that Mr. Carter didn't father Kim and Craig -- their biological father is bullfighter Raphael Delgado.

 

Wow! That's terrific! So many possibilities to go with!

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This is perfect

"The Not-So-Popular Hispanics"

 

In this special episode of "Here's Lucy," a Puerto Rican family moves in down the block, causing alarm to some of the Carter's closed minded neighbors.  To foster tolerance, Lucy reveals that Mr. Carter didn't father Kim and Craig -- their biological father is bullfighter Raphael Delgado.

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Wouldn't it have been great if Kaye Buell and Eve Hubbard became Lucy's friends with their Raphael Delgado connection and made semi-regular "Here's Lucy" appearances?

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