Brock Posted June 9, 2012 Report Share Posted June 9, 2012 So, what if Lucy decided NOT to sell Desilu and didn't need to change series? Well, let's explore the possibilities with this handy little format change: 7.1 – Lucy & The Employee of the Year Award Still basking in the glory of winning Boss of the Year, Mr. Mooney decides to return the favour of implementing an employee of the year strategy at the bank. When Lucy finds out a bank teller (Vanda Barra) is Mooney’s first choice after he finds out she’s related to a very important potential client, Lucy campaigns to have his Boss of the Year trophy revoked. 7.2 – Lucy & the Oscar Nominee Fresh off his mentally challenged son’s Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting actor in Connie and Bryde, Mooney decides to retire from the bank to manage his son’s career. (Guest star: Michael J. Pollard) 7.3 – Old Home Week Still feeling some satisfaction that Mooney has left the bank, Lucy goes away with Mary Jane for a celebratory weekend. When she returns, however, Vanda tells her the new bank manager has just arrived and is setting up in the office. She goes into the back to discover Danfield’s Mr. Barnsdahl unpacking his things, only to inform her that her services are no longer required as our Miss Thomas has come out west with him. (Guest stars: Charles Lane, Sandra Gould, Vanda Barra) 7.4 – Lucy Meets Shirley Booth When Lucy’s new son Jimmy’s military school plans to do an exchange program with Sandhurst, Lucy needs a little bit of extra money. Taking pity on her, Mooney braces himself and hires Lucy as his assistant while Ted Mooney, Jr., takes on his latest challenge in the TV movie The Smugglers, also starring Shirley Booth, one of Lucy’s favourite stars. Sitting in on a table read, Lucy starts to take over, demanding the writers and directors punch up the vehicle to provide a better showcase for Booth. (Guest stars: Shirley Booth, Michael J. Pollard, Jerry Garrett) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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