The Lucy Show
The Lucy Show is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from 1962–68. It was Lucille Ball's follow-up to I Love Lucy. A significant change in cast and premise for the 1965–66 season divides the program into two distinct eras; aside from Ball, only Gale Gordon, who joined the program for its second season, remained. For the first three seasons, Vivian Vance was the co-star.The earliest scripts were entitled The Lucille Ball Show, but when this title was declined, producers thought of calling the show This Is Lucy or The New Adventures of Lucy, before deciding on the title The Lucy Show. Ball won consecutive Emmy Awards as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for the series' final two seasons, 1966–67 and 1967–68.
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Season 1Hulu | Best Ever | IndieFlix
S01 E01Oct 2, 1962
Lucy Waits Up for Chris Oct 2, 1962 When Lucy waits up for her daughter Chris to return from a date, the fourteen-year old girl is mightly embarrassed. Lucy promises never to do it again, but can't help herself. To not be discovered, Lucy accidentally locks herself out of the house and has to enter by the only means available; a trampoline
S01 E02Oct 9, 1962
Lucy Digs Up a Date Oct 9, 1962 Eager to ask Jerry's handsome math teacher to take her to a dance, Lucy steals the teacher's driver's license to find out whether he's married, then ends up in the teacher's fencing outfit to get the license back into his wallet.
S01 E03Oct 16, 1962
Lucy Is a Referee Oct 16, 1962 Lucy referees for a football game at Jerry's school.
S01 E04Oct 23, 1962
Lucy Misplaces $2,000 Oct 23, 1962 When the bank accidentally gives Lucy a check for $2,000 instead of $20, Lucy decides to hide the money in a candy box for a few days to give the persnickety banker a good scare.
S01 E05Oct 30, 1962
Lucy Buys a Sheep Oct 30, 1962 Left with no one to tend the lawn, Lucy buys a sheep named Clementine to take care of the grass. Unfortunately, weather and circumstances make Clementine an unwelcome house guest, and Lucy sneaks her back to the farm. Only then is she offered $200 for Clementine to appear in a blanket ad.
S01 E06Nov 6, 1962
Lucy Becomes an Astronaut Nov 6, 1962 After Lucy and Vivian successfully spend 24 hours in a simulated space ship, Vivian decides to deflate Lucy's ego by convincing the red-head that she has been selected as the first woman astronaut and must leave immediately for Cape Canaveral.
S02 E01Oct 1, 1963
Lucy Plays Cleopatra Oct 1, 1963 The Danfield Womens Volunteer Fire Fighters do the play Cleopatra for their annual thearter group play. Lucy gets cast as Cleopatra and no man in town wants to be in the play, except for the director who plays Caesar, Viv ends up playing Anthony and the show is interupted by a fire in another part of town.
S02 E02Oct 8, 1963
Kiddie Parties, Inc. Oct 8, 1963 One of the kids needs money for a birthday party they're going to, but Lucy and Viv don't have it. To solve they're money problem they start up a birthday party, throwing business. At their fist party, everything bad that could happen, happens.
S02 E03Oct 15, 1963
Lucy and Viv Play Softball Oct 15, 1963 Lucy and Viv have an after season softball match for the womens volunteer fire department. Lucy is benched until another player gets dilusional and Lucy catches the winning ball in her huge and oversized pants!!
S02 E04Oct 22, 1963
Lucy Gets Locked in the Vault Oct 22, 1963 Lucy follows Mr. Mooney into the bank vault and then closes the door for privacy, causing them to be locked in until the next morning.
S02 E05Oct 29, 1963
Lucy and the Safe Cracker Oct 29, 1963 Lucy accidentally locks Mr. Mooney in the bank vault and finds a ""can opener"" turned candy store owner to open the vault. Once he opens the vault, he goes back to his old ways and steals several bags full of money and locks Viv and Lucy in his candy shop.
S02 E06Nov 8, 1963
Lucy Goes Duck Hunting Nov 8, 1963 Enamored with her handsome, wealthy blind date, Lucy agrees to go duck hunting. After frightening all the ducks away, Lucy creates her own duck call, luring swarms of ducks.
S03 E01Sep 22, 1964
Lucy and the Good Skate Sep 22, 1964 Wanting to spend more time with her daughter, Lucy & Chris go roller skating. But when Lucy gets home, she can't get the skates off because her feet had swollen, and she has to wear them to a dance that night.
S03 E02Sep 29, 1964
Lucy and the Plumber Sep 29, 1964 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).
S03 E03Oct 6, 1964
Lucy and the Winter Sports Oct 6, 1964 Lucy is participated in Winter Sports in Skiing, Ice Hockey, Curling & Ice Skating. Vivian coached her to do it when a true athlete to please help out in the forthcoming Olympics. She can win a decathlon for the bank.
S03 E04Oct 13, 1964
Lucy Gets Amnesia Oct 13, 1964 Lucy got a hit on the head and can't remember everything. Viv escorts her to the doctor for help out the symptom. After all the forgetfulness... Lucy's Memory is Restored.
S03 E05Oct 20, 1964
Lucy and the Great Bank Robbery Oct 20, 1964 Lucy & Mr. Mooney believes in the Bank Robbery by Crooks to ""Stick 'em UP!"" Lucy will attacks the crooks before they steal the assets of the bank and that makes a heroine.
S03 E06Oct 26, 1964
Lucy, the Camp Cook Oct 26, 1964 Lucy and Viv don't have enough money for their boys to stay the additional two weeks. On the trip to pick them up, the car runs out of gas. The ladies have no luck at flagging down a passing motorist, but Mooney does. He catches the eye of a flirtatious little old lady who calls him "Big Boy." Learning the camp cooks have quit, Lucy volunteers herself and Viv to take over as chefs despite knowing nothing about feeding 200 people. In short order, the kitchen and most of the food is destroyed.
S04 E01Sep 14, 1965
Lucy at Marineland Sep 14, 1965 Lucy and her son Jerry arrive in LA (her daughter has gone to bording school, and Vivian has gotten married, it is explained), where, coincidentally, Mr. Mooney has also relocated to. Lucy coerces Mr. Mooney into taking her and Jerry to Marine Land, where Lucy ultimately ends up in the pool with the dolphins.
S04 E02Sep 21, 1965
Lucy and the Golden Greek Sep 21, 1965 Neighbor Mary Jane Lewis introduces herself and invites Lucy on a double date with her and her boyfriend. Lucy's blind date is a shy, short, nerd with little discernible personality. But during their dinner at a Greek restaurant, the music transforms him into a grabby Lothario who can't stop dancing.
S04 E03Sep 28, 1965
Lucy in the Music World Sep 28, 1965 Lucy takes a temp job at a record label to make some extra cash. Her neighbor, songwriter Mel Tinker, has his tune rejected by Lucy's boss because it's not a tear-jerking rock 'n roll song. Mel and Lucy write a new one about a surfer who's eaten by a shark oh his wedding day and (as the Tear Ducts) perform it on the teen music TV show Wing Ding.
S04 E04Oct 12, 1965
Lucy and Joan Oct 12, 1965 Lucy's neighbor Joan, an actress, gives her a pair of tickets to a celebrity charity ball. Since Lucy doesn't have a date to escort her to the event, Joan helps her woo handsome Brad Collins who also lives in the complex. The gals stake out the laundry room so Lucy can work her charms on him. She even bakes a cake for his birthday, though it doesn't survive the tumble dry cycle.
S04 E05Oct 19, 1965
Lucy, the Stunt Man Oct 19, 1965 Lucy tries to fool Mr. Mooney into advancing her money for a new refrigerator by sabotaging the one she has. Her scheme backfires when he finds her real need for the money: a leopard coat she's lusting over. Conveniently, Lucy's friend Joan is dating a Hollywood stuntman with a bad back. Seeing a chance at a quick $100, Lucy reports to the set in a cowboy costume and mustache as stuntman "Iron Man Carmichael.
S04 E06Oct 26, 1965
Lucy and the Countess Have a Horse Guest Oct 26, 1965 Lucy babysits a neighbor's horse.
S04 E07Nov 2, 1965
Lucy Helps Danny Thomas Nov 2, 1965 Mr. Mooney instructs Lucy to deliver some documents to Danny Thomas, and through a series of misunderstandings, she ends up performing in his musical act.
Season 5Hulu | Best Ever
S05 E01Sep 13, 1966
Lucy and George Burns Sep 13, 1966 George Burns arrives at the bank to pick up his statement, but Mr. Mooney has problems locating it. While waiting for Lucy to return to work, Mooney and Burns chat, and Mr. Burns reveals that he's having trouble finding another girl to be in his act. Enter Lucy, who goes on to explain her rather unique filing system, impressing George so much that he asks her to be his new comedy partner. The two go on to do a hit show and are offered a gig in Las Vegas, but Lucy declines, saying that she could never leave Mr. Mooney behind.
S05 E02Sep 20, 1966
Lucy and the Submarine Sep 20, 1966 When Lucy accidentally gets Mr. Mooney stationed on a submarine by talking too much, she sneaks onto the submarine dressed as a sailor to get him to sign some important contracts, but the submarine takes off before Lucy can exit.
S05 E03Sep 27, 1966
Lucy, the Bean Queen Sep 27, 1966 Lucy finds a sale on beans that says ""The Best Beans You've Ever Eaten or Double Your Money Back"". Needing money for new furniture, Lucy & Mary Jane keep buying and returning more and more beans until they have collected $1,500.00! Little does Lucy know that Mr. Mooney is helping to sell them.
S05 E04Oct 4, 1966
Lucy and Paul Winchell Oct 4, 1966 Ventriloquist Paul Winchell comes into the bank and opens an account with Lucy. When Mr. Mooney fails to find a celebrity for an upcoming benefit for the bank, Lucy suggests that Mr. Winchell appear. But a mishap causes Lucy to have to stand in as the ventriloquist's dummy on the night of the show.
S05 E05Oct 11, 1966
Lucy and the Ring-a-Ding-Ding Oct 11, 1966 Mr. Mooney has a $6,000 ring delivered, which is an anniversary present for his wife. Lucy wants the thrill of having such an expensive rock on her finger for a brief moment, and Mooney obliges, only to find that the ring won't come off. Lucy reveals that she ""has a condition"" that causes her fingers to swell when she becomes nervous, so she takes some relaxing pills that the doctor prescribed her. But the pills make her loopy and knock her out, so Mr. Mooney spends the remainder of the day dragging Lucy's body around and trying to get her to wake up long enough to get the ring off. He finally gets her conscious, only to end up with the ring lost in the drain.
S05 E06Oct 18, 1966
Lucy Goes to London Oct 18, 1966 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.
S05 E07Nov 1, 1966
Lucy Gets a Roommate Nov 1, 1966 Lucy advertises for a roommate to help with the expenses, and after reading the correspondence, she finally decides on Carol Bradford (Carol Burnet), a frumpy off-kilter librarian. Carol soon starts taking over, reorganizing the apartment, laughing like a hyena, and generally driving Lucy nuts. Lucy and Mary Jane scheme to help Carol develop a social life (to keep her out of Lucy's hair), so they have a small party to introduce her to some boys. It isn't long before usually mild-mannered Carol begins drinking, singing, and being the life of the party.
Season 6Hulu | Best Ever
S06 E01Sep 12, 1967
Lucy Meets the Berles Sep 12, 1967 Needing some extra money, Lucy takes a part-time job as the secretary for Milton Berle. While Working for Mr. Berle, she suspects that he is having an affair and does the best she can to stop him in his tracks. (This synopsis is from the Front Row Features DVD.)
S06 E02Sep 19, 1967
Lucy Gets Trapped Sep 19, 1967 Lucy 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.
S06 E03Sep 26, 1967
Lucy and the French Movie Star Sep 26, 1967 Whe famous French movie star Jacques DuPre expresses interest in opening an account at Mr. Mooney's bank, Lucy is asked to visit his apartment and dictate a formal letter of agreement confirming the account. While visiting, she drinks a little too much champagne and makes a complete fool of herself. But Monsieur DuPre gets a kick out of it, and gets the account anyway.
S06 E04Oct 3, 1967
Lucy, the Starmaker Oct 3, 1967 Mr. Cheever's wisecracking nephew, Tommy (Frankie Avalon), comes to work at the bank, to discourage him from the position he really wants â€“ a job in show business. Despite the fact that he's to get no special treatment, Mooney repeatedly sucks up to him. Lucy soon befriends the young Cheever, who impresses her with a song and dance. So Lucy sets out to break Tommy into show biz...
S06 E05Oct 10, 1967
Lucy Gets Her Diploma Oct 10, 1967 Lucy is in trouble when a new bank policy requires all of its employees be high school graduates, and she reveals she was unable to complete her final year. So now it's back to school for Lucy, who ends up helping another man earn his diploma as well.
S06 E06Oct 17, 1967
Lucy and Jack Benny's Account Oct 17, 1967 Needing new accounts for the bank, Lucy visits Jack Benny to try and get him to keep his money at her bank. He agrees to do it if she can prove that her bank can build a vault safer than his. Lucy then has the bank build a burglar proof vault, and gives Mr. Benny a personal tour of it.
S06 E07Oct 24, 1967
Little Old Lucy Oct 24, 1967 Lucy and Mr. Mooney are sent to pick up Mr. Heatherington, the wealthy bank president, from the airport, and the gentleman finds that Lucy strikes his fancy. So when Mr. Mooney neglects to find a lady for Mr. Heatherington to escort to that evening's banquet, Lucy is given the job. But to her dismay, she's forced to dress up as a little old lady. As it turn's out, little old Lucy strikes perverse Mr. Heatherington's fancy more than the younger Lucy...