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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Here's Lucy' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Here's Lucy':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

January 27, 1969: Lucy And Carol Burnett
Season 1, episode 17
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Jack Donohue

With Carol Burnett (Herself), Pearl Shear (Woman), Sean Morgan (Young Man), John Lindesmith (Serviceman), Laura Gile (Housewife), Carole Cook (Woman), Virginia Hawkins (Lady), Jerry Rush (Man).
Lucy tries to enlist Carol Burnett's aid in raising money to build a gymnasium for Kim's and Craig's school.





September 22, 1969: Lucy Joins The Air Force Academy (1)
Season 2, episode 1
W: Gene Thompson   D: George Marshall

With Roy Roberts (Superintendant), Frank Marth (Registrar), Beverly Garland.
The Carter family hires out to drive a camper from Los Angeles to San Francisco and Lucy decides to show Craig the Air Force Academy in Colorado "on the way".

September 29, 1969: Lucy Joins The Air Force Academy (2)
Season 2, episode 2
W: Gene Thompson   D: George Marshall

With Roy Roberts (Superintendent), John Spina (Red Cadet Lt.).
Lucy's efforts to get Craig enrolled at the Air Force Academy seem doomed as she continues to mistake a three-star general for a janitor.

October 6, 1969: Lucy And The Indian Chief
Season 2, episode 3
W: Gene Thompson   D: George Marshall

With Paul Fix (Chief), Mickey Manners (Indian Guide), Iron Eyes Cody (Medicine Man).
Lucy looks for a picnic site in Arizona and ends up married to a Navajo chief.

October 13, 1969: Lucy Runs The Rapids
Season 2, episode 4
W: Gene Thompson   D: George Marshall

With Rob Hughes (Guide), George Marshall (Sheriff George).
Lucy makes a detour en route to San Francisco via Arizona and involves the entire family in shooting the rapids of the Colorado River.

October 20, 1969: Lucy And Harry's Tonsils
Season 2, episode 5
W: Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer   D: George Marshall

With Mary Wickes (Nurse Hurlow), Jack Collins (Mr. Phillips), Paula Stewart (Nurse Dean), Adele Claire (Nurse Whitton).
Uncle Harry learns his tonsils must cmoe out, and he faces the trial with the courage of a pussycat.

October 27, 1969: Lucy And The Andrews Sisters
Season 2, episode 6
W: Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer   D: George Marshall

With Patty Andrews (Herself), John McLaren (Elroy Sherwood), Gary Morton (Emcee).
Patty Andrews of the Andrews Sisters asks the employment agency to supply look-alikes for her famous sisters for a fan club reunion.

November 17, 1969: Lucy And The Used Car Dealer
Season 2, episode 9
W: David Ketchum, Bruce Shelly   D: George Marshall

With Milton Berle (Cheerful Charlie).
A fast-talking used car salesman unloads a "lemon" on Kim and Craig.

December 1, 1969: Lucy And Johnny Carson
Season 2, episode 11
W: Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer   D: George Marshall

With Sid Gould (Maitre D'), Johnny Carson (Himself), Ed McMahon (Himself), DeDe Ball (Woman in Audience).
Lucy tries to save the family's ruined evenng by sneaking them all into Johnny Carson's show.

December 8, 1969: Lucy And The Generation Gap
Season 2, episode 12
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Jack Baker

With Lesley Evans (Janet), Cecil Gold (Fred), Victor Sen Yung (Murphy).
After Lucy gives Kim and Craig the theme for their annual school musical, she and Uncle Harry are talked into portraying parents of teenagers during the Roman Era, Gay Nineties and space age.

December 22, 1969: Lucy Protects Her Job
Season 2, episode 14
W: Sam Perrin, Ralph Goodwin   D: Danny Dayton

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Robert Carson (Mr. Morgan), Wanda Clark (Secretary).
Harry decides to make Lucy's life easier by hiring an additional secretary but Lucy believes she's about to be replaced.

December 29, 1969: Lucy The Helpful Mother
Season 2, episode 15
W: Milt Josefsberg, Al Schwartz   D: Herbert Kenwith

Kim and Craig take on extra jobs to pay for their own telephones -- but Lucy finds herself stuck with their responsibilities.

January 5, 1970: Lucy And Liberace
Season 2, episode 16
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Jack Baker

With Liberace (Himself), Paul Winchell (Carlo), Ben Wrigley (Williams).
Craig convinces guest star Liberace to let him borrow a candelabra for a club initiation but Lucy thinks he took it without asking.

January 12, 1970: Lucy The Laundress
Season 2, episode 17
W: Larry Rhine, Lou Derman   D: Herbert Kenwith

With James Hong (Lee Wong), Lauren Gilbert (Mr. Michaels), Bee Tompkins (Secretary), Rosalind Chao (Linda Chang Wong), Heather Lee (Sue Chin Wong), Romo Vincent (Customer).
After an accident with a delivery truck, Lucy finds that her insurance has lapsed and arranges to work off the amount of damage -- in a Chinese laundry.

January 19, 1970: Lucy And Lawrence Welk
Season 2, episode 18
W: Martin A. Ragway   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Vivian Vance (Vivian Jones), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane Lewis), Lawrence Welk (Himself), Nancy Howard (Secretary).
Vivian Jones arrives in Hollywood and expects Lucy to make good her promise to arrange a dinner date with Lawrence Welk.

January 26, 1970: Lucy And Viv Visit Tijuana
Season 2, episode 19
W: Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Vivian Vance (Vivian Jones), Don Diamond (Pedro), Don Megowan (Customs Inspector).
Lucy and out-of-town visitor Vivian Jones decide to tour Tijuana and -- with Harry's help -- get involved in a smuggling ring.

February 2, 1970: Lucy And Ann-Margret
Season 2, episode 20
W: Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer   D: Herbert Kenwith

With John O'Neill (Walter), Ann-Margret (Herself).
Craig is discouraged about getting his song published until guest star Ann-Margret decides to introduce the song on a television special.

February 9, 1970: Lucy And Wally Cox
Season 2, episode 21
W: Ray Singer, Milt Josefsberg   D: Jay Sandrich

With Wally Cox (Wally Manley), Alan Hale Jr. (Moose Manley), Gil Perkins (Babyface Johnson), Boyd 'Red' Morgan (Stuntman), Chuck Hicks (Crook), X Brands (Lefty Logan), Harvey Stone (Waiter).
Lucy decides to instill a little courage in detective Moose Manley's timid, full-grown son.

February 16, 1970: Lucy And Wayne Newton
Season 2, episode 22
W: Ray Singer, Milt Josefsberg   D: Danny Dayton

With Wayne Newton (Himself), Jerry Newton (Jerry), Tommy Amato (Tommy).
Lucy loses all the family's money in Las Vegas and tries to make it up by getting them jobs on Newton's nearby ranch.

February 23, 1970: Lucy Takes Over
Season 2, episode 23
W: William Raynor, Myles Wilder   D: Jay Sandrich

With Lyle Talbot (Lawyer).
Lucy finds herself as the owner of Harry's business and all his possessions when he can't pay a promissory note his ancestors gave Lucy's family 100 years before.

March 2, 1970: Lucy And Carol Burnett
Season 2, episode 24
W: Lou Derman, Larry Rhine   D: Jay Sandrich

With Sid Gould (Carpenter), Carol Burnett (Carol Krausmeyer), Robert Alda (Himself).
Lucy doesn't want to enter a beauty contest for secretaries until her good friend Carol suggests that she wouldn't stand a chance.





September 14, 1970: Lucy Meets The Burtons
Season 3, episode 1
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Jerry Paris

With Vanda Barra (Fan), Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, Brooks Williams, Cliff Norton, Army Archerd, James Bacon, Marilyn Beck, Joan Crosby, Joyce Haber, Dick Kleiner, Morton Moss, Robert Rose, Vernon Scott, Cecil Smith.
Richard Burton, trying to sneak his wife's famous $1.5 million diamond ring (used in the filming) to a jeweler, dresses as a plumber and is caught by Lucy, who insists he fix the office's plumbing. Ensuing mishaps find Lucy with the diamond stuck on her finger. Ten nationally known journalists appear in cameos.

September 21, 1970: Lucy The Skydiver
Season 3, episode 2
W: Larry Rhine, Lou Derman   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Bill Baldwin (Steve Campbell), Rhodes Reason (Sam Tolliver).
In an effort to convince Kim and Craig to give up their dangerous hobbies, Lucy makes believe she's taking up skydiving -- and finds herself on a plane with nowhere to go. . . almost.

September 28, 1970: Lucy And Sammy Davis, Jr.
Season 3, episode 3
W: Milt Josefsberg   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Sammy Davis Jr. (Himself), Irwin Sharone (Mr. Franklin), Elliott Reid (Director), Gary Morton (Night Club Manager).
Sammy Davis, Jr. guests as a misadventure finds him wth a sore nose -- and Lucy dogging his steps to convince him not to sue.

October 5, 1970: Lucy And The Drum Contest
Season 3, episode 4
W: Martin A. Ragway   D: Jerry Paris

With Buddy Rich (Himself), Richard Yniguez (Jose Garcia), Eugene Molnar (Willy), Dick Winslow (Emcee).
Lucy convinces guest star Buddy Rich to give Craig free drum lessons to help him win a scholarship but doesn't take into account the competition.

October 12, 1970: Lucy The Crusader
Season 3, episode 5
W: Milt Josefsberg, Al Schwartz   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Carole Cook (Mrs. Casten), Charles Nelson Reilly (Elroy P. Clunk), John J. Fox (Salesman), Kathleen Hughes (Mrs. Portnoy), Bob Hastings (Martin Phillips), Jerome Cowan (Mr. Gary), Donald Briggs (Mr. Huntington).
Lucy plunges into a consumer crusade when she discovers that a large manufacturer's guarantees on its many products put the consumer at a great disadvantage.

October 19, 1970: Lucy, The Coed
Season 3, episode 6
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Jack Baker

With Marilyn Maxwell (Gloria Pendleton), Robert Alda (Dean Butler), Kevin Edwards (Norman), Jim Bates (Clarence), Cecil Gold (Cecil).
Harry, recruited to stage a college show for an alumni reunion, enlists the talents of Lucy, Kim and Craig.

October 26, 1970: Lucy, The American Mother
Season 3, episode 7
W: Lou Derman, Larry Rhine   D: Jack Donohue

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Sid Gould (Man), Don Crichton (Steve Bailey), Olive Dunbar (Librarian), Boyd 'Red' Morgan (Man), Alma Platt (Old Lady), Richard Collier (Library Assistant).
Lucy becomes the "star" of a documentary by Craig and Uncle Harry and, as a result, almost costs Kim her boyfriend.

November 2, 1970: Lucy's Wedding Party
Season 3, episode 8
W: Sam Perrin, Ralph Goodman   D: Jack Donohue

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Bruce Gordon (Konstantin Kassos), Paul Picerni (Father Lambros), Cynthia Hull (Cleo Menikos), Sam Chew Jr. (Joe Androppalos), Lyle Talbot (Freddy Fox).
When a young Greek couple are without a place to hold their reception, Lucy generously offers them Harry's house -- without his knowledge.

November 9, 1970: Lucy Cuts Vincent's Price
Season 3, episode 9
W: Martin A. Ragway   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Vincent Price (Himself), Tol Avery (Auctioneer), Jack Collins (Kurt).
Vincent Price's movie image sends Lucy's imagination on a wild trip when she plays him a visit at home and begins to think he's after her brain.

November 16, 1970: Lucy, The Diamond Cutter
Season 3, episode 10
W: Milt Josefsberg, Al Schwartz   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Mary Wickes (Maid), Wally Cox (Gustav Vandemeer), Ruth McDevitt (Mrs. Cornelius Whitmark III).
Uncle Harry hires a diamond cutter to cut the famous "Casbah" gem to rid it of a curse it is reported to carry.

November 23, 1970: Lucy And Jack Benny's Biography
Season 3, episode 11
W: Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Jack Benny (Himself), George Burns (Himself), Louis Quinn (Salor), Michael Barbera (Young Jack Benny), Ben Wrigley (Butler), Florence Lake (Trixie).
Fanciful flashbacks help Jack Benny illustrate his autobiography when Lucy is hired to take dictation.

November 30, 1970: Lucy And Rudy Vallee
Season 3, episode 12
W: David Ketchum, Bruce Shelly   D: Coby Ruskin

With Vanda Barra (Maid), Rudy Vallee (Himself), Herbie Faye (Restaurant Manager), Philip Vandervort (Steve).
Lucy discovers guest star Rudy Vallee waiting tables to keep busy and decides to help him update his singing style for a comeback at the "Hungry Hippie".

December 7, 1970: Lucy Loses Her Cool
Season 3, episode 13
W: Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Art Linkletter (Himself), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Vanda Barra (Mr. Carol Carol), Richard Erdman (Supermarket Clerk), Scott Garrett (Kid).
Lucy faces a terrible test of character when guest Art Linkletter offers her $500 if she can keep from losing her temper for 24 hours for a TV stunt.

December 14, 1970: Lucy, Part-Time Wife
Season 3, episode 14
W: Larry Rhine, Lou Derman   D: Ross Martin

With Carole Cook (Lillian Rylander), Jean Willes (Gertie Krebs), Eddie Quillan (Cab Driver), William Benedict (Delivery Man).
Harry bribes Lucy into posing as his expectant wife to keep a former girlfriend from shanghaiing him into marriage.

December 21, 1970: Lucy And Ma Parker
Season 3, episode 15
W: Larry Rhine, Lou Derman   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Carole Cook (Ma Parker), Marc Lawrence (Joe Grapefruit), Billy Curtis (Lucy Parker / Ma Parker), Jerry Maren, Harry Hickox (Lt. Cross), Stafford Repp (Detective), Boyd 'Red' Morgan (Muggsy), Emile Autuori (Waiter).
Lucy tries to make her new neighbors, Ma Parker and her "children", feel welcome, and ends up as bait for a counterfeit money middleman.

December 28, 1970: Lucy Stops A Marriage
Season 3, episode 16
W: Frank Gill Jr., Vincent Bogert   D: Jack Donohue

With Jayne Meadows (Laura Trenton), Marcel de la Brosse (Waiter).
Lucy thinks that a wealthy woman is the object of Harry's romantic intentions when he pleads that he can't afford to give Lucy a raise.

January 4, 1971: Lucy's Vacation
Season 3, episode 17
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Sid Gould (Mr. Hilliard), Parley Baer (Dr. Cunningham), Kimetha Laurie (Jan).
Lucy's been late to work so often that according to Harry she's used up her vacation, so she plans to get herself fired to get another one.

January 11, 1971: Lucy And The 20-20 Vision
Season 3, episode 18
W: Phil Leslie, George Balzer   D: Jack Carter

With Jack Collins (Dr. Proctor).
Lucy, Kim and Craig devise an elaborate scheme to convince headachy Uncle Harry that he needs glasses.

January 18, 1971: Lucy And The Raffle
Season 3, episode 19
W: Ray Singer, Al Schwartz   D: Ross Martin

With Sid Gould (Clerk), Vanda Barra (Waitress), Hayden Rorke (Judge Gibson), Paul Picerni (Frank Williams), Rhodes Reason (Lt. Egan), Florence Lake (Old Lady).
Kim's winning of a car leads the Carters to jail when Lucy decides to hold a raffle to pay the taxes on the prize.

January 25, 1971: Lucy's House Guest, Harry
Season 3, episode 20
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Charles Walters

With Sid Gould (Cabbie), Robert Foulk (Poker Player), Herbie Faye (Poker Player), Vince Barnett (Cabbie), Emile Autuori (Poker Player), Frank Scanell (Poker Player), Eugene Molnar (Tuba Player).
Lucy extends an invitation to Harry to be her house guest while his home is being redecorated -- and quickly learns to regret it.

February 1, 1971: Lucy And Aladdin's Lamp
Season 3, episode 21
W: Frank Gill Jr., Vincent Bogert   D: Charles Walters

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane Lewis), Robert Foulk (Janitor), George Neise (Mr. Frost), William Lanteau (Mr. Minkle).
Lucy finds what appears to be a "magic lamp", thrilling the family with the wishes it grants -- until she hides it from Uncle Harry.

February 8, 1971: Lucy And Carol Burnett
Season 3, episode 22
W: Ray Singer, Al Schwartz   D: Jack Carter

With Sid Gould (Mountie), Vanda Barra (Cashier), Carol Burnett (Carol Krausmeyer), Jack Benny (Himself), Clarence Landry (Clarence), Kay E. Kuter (Mountie), Robert Alda (Himself).
When Carol Krausemeyer and her friend Lucy find themselves out of work they decide to stage a show to earn money -- with the talent pool of the unemployment office.

February 15, 1971: Lucy's Goes Hawaiian (1)
Season 3, episode 23
W: Milt Josefsberg, Al Schwartz   D: Jack Donohue

With Vivian Vance (Vivian Jones), Robert Alda (Captain McClay), Anita Mann (Wendy), Jeanne Byron (Mrs. McClay), Maurice Kelly (Sailor).
Harry gets himself a job as cruise director on a ship to Hawaii and Lucy talks him into taking her along as his assistant.

February 22, 1971: Lucy's Goes Hawaiian (2)
Season 3, episode 24
W: Ray Singer, Al Schwartz, Milt Josefsberg   D: Jack Donohue

With Vivian Vance (Vivian Jones), Robert Alda (Captain McClay), Anita Mann (Wendy).
Lucy discovers to her dismay that Uncle Harry is as hard to work for at sea as he is at home in her new job as the cruise director's assistant en route to Hawaii.





September 13, 1971: Lucy And Flip Go Legit
Season 4, episode 1
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Flip Wilson (Himself), Kim Hamilton (Office Manager).
Star-struck Lucy wangles a job as one of Wilson's office girls, then pleads with him to join her, Kim and Uncle Harry in a little theater production of "Gone With the Wind".

September 20, 1971: Lucy And The Mountain Climber
Season 4, episode 2
W: Lou Derman, Larry Rhine   D: Coby Ruskin

With Sid Gould (Photographer), Tony Randall (Rudolph Springer III), Morgan Jones (Contest Representative), Janos Prohaska (Black Bear).
Unless Lucy can prove her athletic prowess to uphold a vigorous, youthful image for the firm, she's liable to lose her job.

September 27, 1971: Lucy And Harry's Italian Bombshell
Season 4, episode 3
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Sid Gould (Mr. Ferguson), Vanda Barra (Saleslady), Kaye Ballard (Donna), Herbie Faye (Burglar), Emile Autuori (Alfredo Colucci).
Uncle Harry's long-lost girlfriend is set to arrive from Italy, an event that sets Harry on a crash shape-up program.

October 4, 1971: Lucy And Mannix Are Held Hostage
Season 4, episode 4
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Robert Foulk (Officer), Mike Connors (Joe Mannix), Marc Lawrence (Ruby), John Doucette (Vernon), Vince Howard (Officer).
Mike Connors, in his role of private eye Joe Mannix, answers Lucy's call for help when she stumbles on the identity of two bank robbers.

October 11, 1971: Lucy And The Astronauts
Season 4, episode 5
W: Lou Derman, Larry Rhine   D: Coby Ruskin

With Sid Gould (Cameraman), Hank Brandt (Commander Matthews), Hal England (Major Dunlap), Robert Hogan (Capt. Perry), Roy Roberts (Dr. Jensen), Paul Picerni (Reporter), Byron Morrow (Announcer).
When Uncle Harry, a former wartime naval photographer, is allowed on the astronauts' moon recovery ship to take pictures, Lucy convinces him to take her along as his assistant.

October 18, 1971: Lucy Makes A Few Extra Dollars
Season 4, episode 6
W: Phil Leslie, Ralph Goodman   D: Coby Ruskin

With Larry J. Blake (Fireman), Gary Morton (Carnival Barker).
Lucy enlists daughter Kim's help in inveigling a raise from Uncle Harry.

October 25, 1971: Someone's On The Ski Lift With Dinah
Season 4, episode 7
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Dinah Shore (Herself), Mike Howden (Ski Instructor).
Dinah Shore, as herself, encounters Lucy at a ski resort where Lucy's unabashed admiration leaves Dinah up in the air.

November 1, 1971: Lucy And Her All-Nun Band
Season 4, episode 8
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Mary Wickes (Sister Paula Carter), Lew Parker (Mr. Adams), Freddy Martin (Himself).
Lucy sets out to help Harry hire a band for a hospital benefit. Orchestra leader Freddy Martin (and Mrs. Martin) and the Remnants, a pop music group composed of six nuns of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (Kan.) appear on tonight's program.

November 8, 1971: Lucy And The Celebrities
Season 4, episode 9
W: Milt Josefsberg, Al Schwartz   D: Coby Ruskin

With Sid Gould (Security Guard), Jack Benny (Himself), Rich Little (Himself).
Lucy persuades an impressionist to attract business to Uncle Harry's firm by recording radio commercials mimicking stars' voices.

November 15, 1971: Won't You Calm Down, Dan Dailey?
Season 4, episode 10
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Vanda Barra (Vanda), Sid Gould (Waiter), Dan Dailey (Himself).
Dan Dailey hires Lucy as his secretary and then resorts to lechery in hopes of scaring her into resigning.

November 22, 1971: Ginger Rogers Comes To Tea
Season 4, episode 11
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Ginger Rogers (Herself), William Lanteau (Spike).
Ginger Rogers has an unfortunate meeting with Lucy and Harry in a movie theater.

November 29, 1971: Lucy Helps David Frost Go Night-Night
Season 4, episode 12
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With David Frost (Himself), Tommy Farrell (Sky Marshal), Sue Taylor (Nancy), Rosalind Miles (Stewardess), Mike Howden (Steward), Ivor Barry (Producer).
David Frost hires Lucy to fend off pesky fans during his trans-Atlantic flights.

December 6, 1971: Lucy In The Jungle
Season 4, episode 13
W: Larry Rhine, Lou Derman   D: Coby Ruskin

With Lola Fisher (Matiilda Pomeroy), Ben Wrigley (Homer Pomeroy).
After arranging a temporary house swap with an African couple, Lucy and Kim deliver Uncle Harry -- who's near nervous collapse -- to the "suburb of Nairobi".

December 13, 1971: Lucy And Candid Camera
Season 4, episode 14
W: Milt Josefsberg, Al Schwartz   D: Coby Ruskin

With Robert Carson (Sergeant), Vanda Barra (Bank Teller), Allen Funt (Himself), James Millhollin (Mr. Posonby), Fred Festinger (Bank Guard), Maurice Kelly (Bank Manager), Peter Leeds (Officer), Paul Sorenson (Officer).
Lucy, Harry and Kim stage a spectacular bank robbery for Allen Funt's Candid Camera TV show. At least they think it's a staged stunt!

December 20, 1971: Lucy's Lucky Day
Season 4, episode 15
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Dick Patterson (Dick Dunkirk), Billy Sands (Mr. Orson).
Lucy Carter becomes a contestant on a TV game show and winds up with a chimpanzee and a very slim chance of winning one of the show's valuable prizes.

December 27, 1971: Lucy's Bonus Bounces
Season 4, episode 16
W: Martin A. Ragway   D: Coby Ruskin

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Vanda Barra (Waitress), Parley Baer (Dr. Cunningham), Paul Picerni (IRS Agent).
Lucy racks her brain to determine why Harry presented her with a $50-a-week raise.

January 3, 1972: Lucy And The Little Old Lady
Season 4, episode 17
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Helen Hayes (Kathleen Brady), Hank Brandt (Detective Muldoon).
Kathleen Brady, a penniless lady, comes to the Unique Employment Agency in search of a job. Lucy, who persuades her to become her house guest for a few days, begins to worry when Kathleen gets $5,000 from Uncle Harry for a deed to some property in Ireland.

January 10, 1972: Lucy And The Chinese Curse
Season 4, episode 18
W: Martin A. Ragway   D: Coby Ruskin

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Larry J. Blake (Sam), Sid Gould (Fred), Vanda Barra (Sally), Keye Luke (Kwan Fong), Tommy Farrell (Reporter).
After Lucy saves the life of Kwan Fong, the Chinese laundryman insists that she adhere to an ancient custom which holds that a person who saves another's life must be responsible for the welfare of that person for the rest of that person's life.

January 17, 1972: Lucy's Replacement
Season 4, episode 19
W: Fred S. Fox   D: Coby Ruskin

With R.G. Brown (Office Manager), Phil Vandervort (Joe Hackley).
Fed up with Lucy's incompetence, Uncle Harry gets fed up and replaces her with a fantastic computer.

January 24, 1972: Kim Moves Out
Season 4, episode 20
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Tim Matheson (Peter Sullivan).
Kim, weary of her mother's treating her as a child, moves away from home. Unfortunately, it's only a moment away for her mother.

January 31, 1972: Lucy Sublets The Office
Season 4, episode 21
W: George Balzer, Sam Perrin   D: Coby Ruskin

With Wally Cox (Tommy Tucker), Richard Deacon (Elmer Zellerbach).
Lucy is thrown in charge of the Unique Employment Agency when Uncle Harry tries to secure a loan to save his failing business.

February 7, 1972: Lucy's Punctured Romance
Season 4, episode 22
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Larry J. Blake (Fireman), Sid Gould (Fireman), Bob Cummings (Bob Collins), Billy Sands (Mr. Larson).
A suave wolf plans to add Lucy to his list of conquests.

February 21, 1972: With Viv As A Friend, Who Needs An Enemy?
Season 4, episode 23
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Vivian Vance (Vivian Jones), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane Lewis), Vanda Barra (Vanda), Sid Gould (Waiter).
Lucy's old chum Vivian Jones arrives for a surprise visit and enrages Lucy by taking her job.

February 28, 1972: Kim Finally Cuts You-Know-Who's Apron Strings
Season 4, episode 24
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Susan Tolsky (Sue Ann Ditbenner), Lloyd Battista (Ronnie Cumberland), Alan Oppenheimer (Uncle Herb).
Kim invites dashng race driver Ronnie Cumberland to her apartment for a romantic candlelight dinner for two, but doesn't count on the protective instincts of her inventive mother.





September 11, 1972: Lucy's Big Break
Season 5, episode 1
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Lloyd Bridges (Dr. Murray), Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Parker), Mary Wickes (Nurse Ogilvy), June Whitley Taylor (Mrs. Foster).
The fifth season begins with Lucy trying to lure a handsome doctor to her bedside when she's hospitalized with a broken leg.

September 18, 1972: Lucy And Eva Gabor Are Hospital Roomies
Season 5, episode 2
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Mary Wickes (Nurse), Vanda Barra (Vanda), Eva Gabor (Herself), June Whitley Taylor (Nurse), R.G. Brown (Walter).
Hospitalized with a broken leg in a skiing accident, Lucille Carter nearly swoons with excitement when her hospital roommate turns out to be Eva Gabor.

September 25, 1972: Harrison Carter, Male Nurse
Season 5, episode 3
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Vanda Barra (Vanda), Sid Gould (Sam).
Bedridden Lucy Carter arrives home from the hospital at last, and in a couple of days it's exhausted Uncle Harry, who's ready for an ambulance when he tries to be a good nurse.

October 2, 1972: A Home Is Not An Office
Season 5, episode 4
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Vanda Barra (Vanda), Robert Carson (Officer Harlow), Sid Gould (Carpet Cleaner), Susan Tolsky (Miss Quigley), Phil Vandervort (Tommy), Emile Autuori (Munson).
Uncle Harry, unable to find a satisfactory replacement secretary during Lucille Carter's absence, decides to take drastic measures -- he moves the office into Lucy's home.

October 9, 1972: Lucy And Joe Namath
Season 5, episode 5
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With Joe Namath (Himself), Desi Arnaz Jr. (Craig), Dick Patterson (Coach Hennessy), Kenny Endoso (Jimmy).
Broadway Joe Namath crosses swords with Lucy when she objects to son Craig's football activities and the New York Jets' star tries to convince her that Craig has the makings of a top quarterback.

October 16, 1972: The Case Of The Wreckless Wheelchair Driver
Season 5, episode 6
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Robert Foulk (Officer Rafferty), Jesse White (Hickey), Ed Hall (Officer), Jim Bates (Billy Joe Jackson), Harry Hickox (Sgt. Montgomery), Rosalind Miles (Waitress), Jayson Kane.
Lucy gets a ticket for reckless driving in her wheelchair and winds up getting sued by an out-of-work country singer.

October 23, 1972: Lucy, The Other Woman
Season 5, episode 7
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Totie Fields (Poopsie), Herbie Faye (Lester Butkus).
The jealous wife of Lucy Carter's milkman suspects Lucy of being passionately in love with her husband.

October 30, 1972: Lucy And Petula Clark
Season 5, episode 8
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With Petula Clark (Herself), Claude Wolff (Petula's Husband), Doris Singleton (Miss Perkins), Tommy Farrell (Paul).
Lucy lands a job herself when singer Petula Clark contacts the agency for a secretary who can also act as a traveling companion.

November 6, 1972: Lucy And Jim Bailey
Season 5, episode 9
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With Jim Bailey (Himself as Phyllis Diller), Sam Yorty (Himself), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane).
Jim Bailey performs his Phyllis Diller impersonation when the real Phyllis Diller is unable to appear at Lucy's benefit show. Los Angeles Mayor Sam Yorty also makes a guest appearance.

November 13, 1972: Lucy And Dirty Gertie
Season 5, episode 10
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With Craig Stevens (Lt. Egan), Bruce Gordon (Rocky), Johnny Silver (Benny), Hal Smith (Max), Sid Gould (Deliveryman), Larry J. Blake (Passerby), Ed Hall (Numbers Smith), John Harmon (Moose Murdock).
An undercover policeman plots to trap a hood with the help of Lucy -- disguised as an old apple peddler.

November 20, 1972: Lucy And Donny Osmond
Season 5, episode 11
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With Donny Osmond (Himself), Eve Plumb (Patricia Carter), Jack Manning (Mr. Walters), Milton Frome (Waiter), Ivor Barry (Chef).
Young recording star Donny Osmond develops a crush on Kim which proves embarrassing for Lucy's daughter when he agrees to appear in a charity music show she's arranging.

November 27, 1972: Lucy And Her Prince Charming
Season 5, episode 12
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Sid Gould (Waiter), Ricardo Montalban (Prince Phillip of Montalbania), Iggie Wolfington (Mr. Winstead), Gloria Wood (Dowager Soprano).
An aristocratic European prince hires Lucy as his personal escort, falls in love with her and decides he wants to make her his princess.

December 11, 1972: My Fair Buzzi
Season 5, episode 13
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Ruth Buzzi (Herself), Larry Meredith (Hal King), Hal England (Mr. Greenway), Michael Richardson (Tommy).
Ruth Buzzi guests as an ugly duckling member of Kim's drama club whom Lucy and Harry adopt as their project for personal improvement.

December 18, 1972: Lucy And The Group Encounter
Season 5, episode 14
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Kurt Kasznar (Dr. Henderson), Reta Shaw (Rita Forrester), Romo Vincent (Mailman), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Vanda Barra (Hippie), Sid Gould (Hippie).
To solve their long-standing difficulties, Lucy and Harry agree to attend a group encounter session with Mary Jane and her boyfriend.

January 1, 1973: Lucy Is Really In A Pickle
Season 5, episode 15
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Dick Patterson (Steve Thompson).
Lucy's still-mending leg costs her the chance to play a dancing pickle in a television commercial until she comes up with a unique solution to her employment dilemma.

January 8, 1973: Lucy Goes On Her Last Blind Date
Season 5, episode 16
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Vanda Barra (Vanda), Sid Gould (Sam), Don Knotts (Ben Fletcher), Ralph James (Luigi).
Uncle Harry's country cousin meets Lucy on a blind date and tries to charm her with the verses he writes for greeting cards.

January 15, 1973: Lucy And Her Genuine Twimby
Season 5, episode 17
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Bob Cummings (Robert Henning), William Lanteau (Edgar Vincent Kincaid).
The owner of an antique store unknowingly sells an especially valuable chair to Lucy, and the dealer is forced to use every ploy imaginable to regain his choice antique.

January 22, 1973: Lucy Goes To Prison
Season 5, episode 18
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Elsa Lanchester (Mumsie Westcott), Roy Roberts (Warden Maginetti), Joyce Jameson (Prisoner), Jody Gilbert (Matron Wilson), Queenie Smith (Prisoner).
An absent-minded bank robber suddenly discovers Lucy, in an undercover role, as her new cellmate in an attempt to locate a rich bank heist.

January 29, 1973: Lucy And The Professor
Season 5, episode 19
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With John Davidson (Professor Kleindorf), Murray Matheson (Professor Dietrich), Patti Cubbison (Gloria), Mitch Carter (Charlie), Irwin Charone (Dean Phillips).
A college music professor becomes the object of Lucy's wrath when she mistakenly believes him to be the "older man" in daughter Kim's life.

February 5, 1973: Lucy And The Franchise Fiasco
Season 5, episode 20
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Sid Gould (Sam), Clint Young (Jimmy), Lola Fisher (Bunny), Coby Ruskin (Drunk).
Lucy talks Harry into buying an ice cream franchise because he needs more income to entertain his new girlfriend.

February 12, 1973: Lucy And Uncle Harry's Pot
Season 5, episode 21
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With Jack Manning (Mr. Hubble), Roger Twedt (Mr. Tweed), Orwin Harvey (Store Employee).
Harry becomes very depressed when Lucy breaks a vase which had great sentimental value to him, and she decides to take drastic measures to rectify the situation.

February 19, 1973: The Not So Popular Mechanics
Season 5, episode 22
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Robert Rockwell (Jack Scott), Leigh Adams-Bennett (Mrs. Foley), Mary James Croft (Mary Jane Lewis).
After Harry entrusts his classic Rolls-Royce to Lucy for the weekend, she decides to put her new automobile mechanics course to good use and make the repairs Harry wanted a professional to do.

February 26, 1973: Goodbye, Mrs. Hips
Season 5, episode 23
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Vanda Barra (Vanda), Sid Gould (Waiter), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane).
The diet resolve of Lucy and her girlfriends is severely shaken when Harry leaves the gourmet lunch he has prepared for a wine and food society in Lucy's refrigerator overnight.

March 5, 1973: Lucy And Harry's Memoirs
Season 5, episode 24
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

Nostalgia overwhelms Harry when he decides to sell the Unique Employment Agency, and he and Lucy recall some of the bizarre and amusing incidents that occurred during their five-year employer-employee relationship.





September 10, 1973: Lucy And Danny Thomas
Season 6, episode 1
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With Danny Thomas (Danny Gallupi), Hans Conried (William Barkley), Sid Gould (Bidder).
The sixth season begins with an undiscovered painter whose plight intrigues Lucy and leads her to promote his artistic talent instantly.

September 17, 1973: The Big Game
Season 6, episode 2
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With O.J. Simpson (Himself), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), James Brodhead (Tilford), Cliff Norton (Detective Billy), Al Checco (Detective Bobby), Tom Kelly (Announcer), Sid Gould (Man), Robert Foulk (Fan), Jerry Jones (Officer).
Football star O.J. Simpson meets Lucy and Harry at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon, where he presents Harry with two valuable seats to a game.

September 24, 1973: Lucy, The Peacemaker
Season 6, episode 3
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With Eydie Gorme (Herself), Steve Lawrence (Himself).
Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme have a domestic quarrel when Steve hires Lucy to perform the secretarial duties Eydie usually handles.

October 1, 1973: Lucy, The Wealthy Widow
Season 6, episode 4
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With Ed McMahon (Ed McCallister), Henry Beckman (Truck Driver), Sid Gould (Telephone Man), Tommy Farrell (Bank Teller).
A bank vice president does television commercials for his bank and becomes the central figure in Lucy's plan to get a loan for Harry's faltering business.

October 8, 1973: The Bow-Wow Boutique
Season 6, episode 5
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Bob Williams (Himself), Sid Gould (Sid), Jonathan Hole (Mr. Dinwitty), Andy Albin (Joe).
Lucy's weekend becomes a canine nightmare when she agrees to run Harry's pet boutique to improve his chances of selling the shop to a noted dog trainer.

October 15, 1973: Lucy Gives Eddie Albert The Old Song And Dance
Season 6, episode 6
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Eddie Albert (Himself), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Vanda Barra (Vanda), Doris Singleton (Patty), Jerry Hausner (Jimmy).
Eddie Albert unintentionally becomes the star attraction of Lucy's annual Girl Friday Follies, when he mistakes her for one of his most persistent admirers.

October 22, 1973: Lucy's Tenant
Season 6, episode 7
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Jackie Coogan (Kermit), Rhodes Reason (Keith Davidson), Reta Shaw (Mrs. Witherspoon), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane).
An obnoxious used car salesman leases Lucy's spare room through a real estate agent and won't move out.

October 29, 1973: Lucy And Andy Griffith
Season 6, episode 8
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Coby Ruskin

With Andy Griffith (Andy Johnson), Sid Gould (Officer), Randall Carver (Teenager), Hank Stohl (Henry), Bob Whitney (Bill Adams).
A charity fundraiser's evangelical style charms Lucy, but makes daughter Kim suspicious of his motives.

November 5, 1973: Lucy And Joan Rivers Do Jury Duty
Season 6, episode 9
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Joan Rivers (Herself), Burt Mustin (Mr. Robertson), James Brodhead (Mr. Miller), Hank Brandt (Bailiff), Judd Lawrence (Mr. Stalkup), Savannah Bentley (Mrs. Holmes), Alice Backes (Mrs. Barnes), Lew Palter (Mr. Patrick), Bob Whitley (Juror), Sid Gould (Juror).
Joan, as Lucy's fellow juror, fears her romantic future is ruined when Lucy deadlocks the jury and locks them up for the night.

November 12, 1973: Tipsy Through The Tulips
Season 6, episode 10
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Foster Brooks (David Benton Miller), Jack Collins (Arthur Collins).
A suave mystery writer's secret tippling drives Lucy to distraction.

November 19, 1973: The Carters Meet Frankie Avalon
Season 6, episode 11
W: Bob O'Brien, Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Frankie Avalon (Himself), Vic Glazer (Stage Manager), Sid Gould (Maitre D'), Robert Hogan (Waiter), Jerry Fogel (Emcee).
Kim becomes a song-and-dance partner of Frankie Avalon when her mother Lucy lures the singer into appearing at an amateur show.

November 26, 1973: Lucy Plays Cops And Robbers
Season 6, episode 12
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Mary Wickes (Violet Barker), Al Lewis (Lionel Barker), Gary Crosby (Officer Riggs), Dick Sargent (Officer Spencer), Gino Conforti (Burglar), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane).
Two policemen enlist Lucy and her friends in their "neighborhood watch" to foil burglars.

December 3, 1973: Harry Catches Gold Fever
Season 6, episode 13
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin

With Janos Prohaska (Black Bear), J. Pat O'Malley (Jed Tankley).
Harry has a bad case of gold fever, after his research of a remote section of the Mother Lode country convinces him that he can strike it rich.

December 17, 1973: Lucy And Chuck Connors Have A Surprise Slumber Party
Season 6, episode 14
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Chuck Connors (Himself), Ryan MacDonald (Jerry Thompson), Sidney Clute (Lt. Turner), Sid Gould (Sticks), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Bob Whitney (Cameraman).
Chuck Connors learns the pitfalls of trying to use Lucy's house for a location for his new film.

January 7, 1974: Lucy Is A Bird Sitter
Season 6, episode 15
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Arte Johnson (Sir Osbird Beechman Place), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane).
A professor of anthropology allows Lucy to "bird-sit" with a rare tropical bird he is delivering to the L.A. Zoo.

January 14, 1974: Meanwhile, Back At The Office
Season 6, episode 16
D: Coby Ruskin

With Don Porter (Ken Richards), John Wheeler (Hank Blake), Billy Sands (Billy), George Chandler (Winston Shelby), Dave Morick (Detective).
After impulsively selling his employment agency, Harry Carter misses the business so much that he returns to work for the new owner in a menial desk job that puts him on an equal with Lucy.

January 21, 1974: Lucy Is N.G. As An R.N.
Season 6, episode 17
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Coby Ruskin

With Roy Roberts (Dr. Hunnicutt), Mary Jane Croft (Mary Jane), Al Checco (Dr. Crawford).
Lucy feels like a registered nurse when circumstances force her to set up a convalescent ward to care for her ailing family.

January 28, 1974: Lucy, The Sheriff
Season 6, episode 18
W: Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs   D: Coby Ruskin, Lucille Ball

With Mary Wickes (Clara Simpson), Cliff Osmond (Jake), Boyd 'Red' Morgan (Charlie), Florence Halop (Old Lady), Ross Elliott (Chuck Stewart), John Craig (Rusty).
Lucy gets a taste of what the old west was like when she is invited to serve as honorary sheriff for the 100th anniversary celebration of a small Montana town.

February 11, 1974: Milton Berle Is The Life Of The Party
Season 6, episode 19

With Milton Berle (Himself), Vanda Barra (Vanda), Sid Gould (Sam), John Calvin (Bob Morer), James Joyce (Bill McCormick).
Milton Berle reluctantly becomes the star attraction at one of Lucy's parties when her ridiculously low bid on a charity telethon wins the comedian's services for one night.

February 18, 1974: Mary Jane's Boyfriend
Season 6, episode 20

With John Gabriel (Jack Thomas), Cliff Norton (Walter Butley).
Lucy finds a way to beat the high cost of steaks -- get them from Mary Lou's new boyfriend Walter who has taken a sudden shine to Lucy.

February 25, 1974: Lucy And Phil Harris Strike Up The Band
Season 6, episode 21

With Phil Harris (Himself), Tommy Farrell (Manager).
Lucy talks Phil Harris into using minoritiy group musicians in his revived big band, but she forgets one minority group -- women's lib -- and it creates a problem for the band's opening.

March 4, 1974: Lucy Carter Meets Lucille Ball
Season 6, episode 22
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Jack Donohue

With Carole Cook (Cynthia Duncan), Gary Morton (Himself), Doris Singleton (Doris), Tom Kelly (Tom Morgan), Roy Rowan (TV Movie Host).
When daughter Kim enters a Lucille Ball look-alike contest and gets the runaround, Lucy Carter decides to take matters into her own hands by intervening with Lucille Ball herself.

March 11, 1974: Where Is My Wandering Mother Tonight?
Season 6, episode 23
W: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh Davis   D: Jack Donohue

With Jack Donohue (Dirty Jack), Brian Cutler (Brian), Cindy Barnes (Cindy).
Feeling sorry for herself, Lucy wangles an invitation to spend the weekend with daughter Kim, but discovers that her presence is dampening Kim's plans for a romantic evening with her boyfriend.

March 18, 1974: Lucy Fights The System
Season 6, episode 24
W: Bob O'Brien   D: Jack Donohue

With Eddie Quillan (Mr. Jackson), Vanda Barra (Diner), Sid Gould (Diner), Larry J. Blake (Franklin), Mary Treen (Mary Winters), Jack Collins (Harvey Stevens), John J. Fox (Charlie), Ernest Sarracino (Tony).
Lucy starts a campaign for recognition of older-but-employable people after an aging waitress applies at the employment agency.


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