Catchy Comedy Schedule
For Washington, DC, DC
Lucy Goes Into Politics
Mr. Mooney is running for city comptroller. How can he lose with Lucy and Viv on his team? For starters, a certain redhead could forget to book any talent for his big campaign rally.
Lucy is a Process Server
Lucy takes a temp job as a process server for an attorney's office. She must serve poor Mr. Mooney with a subpoena. As he's leaving on vacation, she chases him to a train station, then his stateroom on board an ocean liner. The ship leaves port before the redhead can disembark, trapping the two together for a month!
Lucy Enters a Baking Contest
When Vivian makes some comments about Lucy's baking ability, Lucy enters a baking contest to prove her otherwise. Lucy then swaps hers and Vivian's entries in the contest, which leads to a food fight!
Lucy and the Plumber
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).
Lucy Tries Winter Sports
Lucy again tries to impress her athletic boyfriend by bragging about her mastery of various winter sports. (For the record, she's the master of none.) When he invites her on a ski trip, she takes a crash course in skiing from Mr. Mooney.
Lucy Gets Amnesia
Lucy again needs money from Mr. Mooney. It should be easy this time--Mooney's fill-in is a former sweetheart of hers. When she can't recall her old pet name for him, she fakes amnesia rather than wreck her chance at easily gotten cash.
Lucy and the Great Bank Robbery
Lucy and Viv rent a spare room to a couple of guys in town for the New York World's Fair. It turns out they're bank robbers who plan to knock off Mr. Mooney's bank.
Lucy the Camp Cook
Lucy and Viv need to raise funds for the kids' summer camp. When the camp cook quits, the two take over the kitchen, with chaotic results.
Lucy the Meter Maid
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.
Lucy Makes a Pinch
In her latest career move, Lucy becomes a policewoman. A notorious robber is holding up cars parked on Lovers' Lane and Lucy is chosen to be the cops' decoy.
Lucy Becomes a Father
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.
Lucy's Contact Lenses
One of Lucy's new contact lenses pops out when she's icing a chocolate cake for a bake sale. She believes Mrs. Mooney bought her cake, so she and Viv sneak into the Mooney's home to switch a new cake for the one with her lens.
Lucy Gets the Bird
Lucy and Viv "bird sit" Mr. Mooney's talking parakeet Greenback, until it escapes it's cage and flies away. They're left with no choice but to buy another bird and try to pass it off as Greenback.
Lucy the Coin Collector
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.
Lucy and the Missing Stamp
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.
Lucy and the Ceramic Cat
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.
Lucy Goes to Vegas
Lucy and Viv win a free trip to Vegas, but have no spending money for their stay. The two pose as big-money gamblers to score some free "comps", but eventually they have to prove it at the casino tables.
Lucy and the Monsters
The kids are unfazed by the horror flick they see at movies, but Lucy and Viv are scared stupid. This leads to a nightmare with the two transformed into wicked witches.
My Fair Lucy
The Countess wants to open a charm school but needs financing. To impress the wealthy Dunbars, she will take a ratty scrubwoman (Lucy as Liza Lumpwhomper) and turn her into a sparkling debutante. Things turn sour at Liza's coming out party when Lucy's allergy to caviar kicks in.
Lucy and the Countess Lose Weight
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.
Lucy and the Old Mansion
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.
Lucy and Arthur Godfrey
Lucy & Viv talk Arthur Godfrey into appearing in a musical the Danfield Little Theater is putting on.
Lucy the Stockholder
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.
Lucy at Marineland
Lucy and her son Jerry arrive in LA (it's explained that her daughter has gone to boarding school and Vivian has gotten married) where, coincidentally, Mr. Mooney has also relocated. Because Jerry's favorite ball player Jimmy Piersall is going to be at Marineland, (the school was going on a field trip there but they couldn't take Jerry) Lucy coerces Mr. Mooney into taking them. Lucy accidentally throws Jerry's autographed baseball into the porpoise pool and she ends up in the water with the porpoises trying to get it.
Lucy and the Golden Greek
Mary Jane hooks Lucy up on a blind date with a short, shy nerd of a guy. During their dinner at a restaurant, however, he transforms into a grabby lothario at the sound of Greek music!
Lucy Helps the Countess
Lucy's old pal Rosie Hannigan, now known as The Countess Framboise, is in the real estate business. Lucy tries to help her sell an apartment to Mr. Mooney. It's "ultra-modern" doors automatically lock, trapping the three without food or water for the weekend.
Lucy and the Sleeping Beauty
Lucy and Mooney visit a construction site where the redhead falls head-over-heels for a construction worker, Frank. She asks him over for a date. Unfortunately, when he comes over he's completely exhausted from work. And a nap is out of the question; because of his military training, he'll awaken in attack mode.
Lucy and the Return of the Iron Man
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.
Lucy Saves Milton Berle
Uncle Miltie goes undercover as a drunken bum to do research for an upcoming dramatic role. When he stumbles into a soup kitchen, who should be volunteering but Lucy. She recognizes him, so he feeds her a story about being Berle's down-and-out brother, Arthur. Lucy takes him home to help him get back on his feet.
Lucy Bags a Bargain
Lucy makes a down payment on a dinette set, infuriating a society matron who also wants to buy it. Making the payments is another story, so Lucy takes a job at the same store to make some cash.
Lucy and the Soap Opera
Lucy's new neighbor, Roger, is an actor on one of her favorite soap operas. When she learns his character is about to be killed off, she'll not allow it! She badgers the show's writer and eventually barges into the taping of the character's final episode.
Lucy Goes to a Hollywood Premiere
Lucy takes over a neighbor's "maps to the stars' homes" business. This leads to her acting as an usher at a big Hollywood movie premiere, in a uniform that's way too small. Look for cameos from Kirk Douglas, Jimmy Durante, Edward G. Robinson, Vince Edwards, and "Mayor of Hollywood" Johnny Grant..
Lucy and Bob Crane
TV star Bob Crane asks Lucy out to dinner on a date. He's about to learn about her masculine side when "Iron Man Carmichael" is hired to perform a parachute stunt at his studio.
Lucy and Clint Walker
Lucy's decides to knit her boyfriend a sweater for his birthday, having taken his measurements on the sly. She delivers it in person--to the top floor of the building he's constructing.
Lucy the Superwoman
When a heavy computer lands on Mooney's foot, Lucy summons up the strength to lift it off. A hyper-active adrenal gland is to credit for her superhuman powers.
Lucy and the Submarine
Mr. Mooney is called up for two-weeks of Naval Reserve duty on a submarine. In his rush to leave the bank, he forgets to sign some important papers. Lucy, disguised as a sailor, sneaks onto the vessel to get his signature, but becomes trapped on-board when the ship submerges.
Lucy and the Ring a Ding Ring
Mr. Mooney foolishly allows Lucy to try on a $6,000 anniversary ring he bought for his wife. When it becomes stuck on her finger, Lucy takes some tranquilizers to help her relax. The pills make her loopy, leaving Mooney to drag around a semi-conscious redhead while trying to un-stick the ring.
Lucy Goes to London
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.
Lucy and John Wayne
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.
Lucy and the Monkey
Lucy is so overworked that Mary Jane warns her she'll have a nervous breakdown. Meanwhile, a performer from the bank's benefit show leaves his trained ape in Mr. Mooney's office. Lucy sees the simian, believes she's finally snapped, and is convinced that the hairy creature is actually Mooney.
Lucy and the Efficiency Expert (Phil Silvers)
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. Also known as "Lucy and Phil Silvers".
Lucy's Substitute Secretary
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.
Viv Visits Lucy
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.
Lucy Meets the Law
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.
Lucy the Fight Manager
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.
Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard
When Sheldon Leonard convinces Mr. Mooney to let him shoot a television pilot at the bank, Lucy mistakenly 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.
Lucy Gets Trapped
ucy 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.