Lucy finds a sale on beans that guarantee to be "the best beans you've ever eaten or double your money back." Needing money for new furniture, Lucy and Mary Jane keep buying and returning more and more beans until they have collected $1,500. Little does Lucy know that Mr. Mooney is helping to sell them.moreless
Lucy, the world's biggest movie fan, manages to get into a big Hollywood movie premiere by filling-in as a theater usher. As the stars arrive, she disrupts proceedings on the red carpet by fawning over the celebrities and getting into a fight with a gorilla. Look for cameos from Kirk Douglas, Jimmy Durante, Edward G. Robinson, Vince Edwards, and the "Mayor of Hollywood" Johnny Grant.moreless
Lucy's not going to stand idly by while an actor friend is written out of her favorite soap opera, Camden Cove. Disguised as a Japanese gardener and also as a little old lady, Lucy harasses the show's writer into finding the friend's character not guilty in the big trial. When that fails, she disrupts the taping of the episode to make one final appeal to the jury.moreless
Lucy moonlights at a department store to pay for a dinette set she's buying. Throughout the day she has run-ins with a haughty, hefty society matron who keeps getting her bounced from one department to another. Lucy ends her sales career in sporting goods where she has trouble with stilts, handballs, and a motorized skateboard.moreless
Lucy tries to get in a skit with Orson Welles at Ricky's club, thinking it is a Shakespearean play that he will be doing. When Orson Welles tells Lucy she can be in the show, she calls her old high school drama teacher to tell her the news. Lucy's old teacher sends her whole drama class to Club Babalu to see Lucy perform. But poor Lucy! It turns out Welles only wanted her to be his assistant for a magic trick.moreless
The Ricardos and Mertzes need to return to the U.S. by plane instead of ship. The 60-pound-per-person baggage limit taxes Lucy's ingenuity: she has bought lots of clothes and souvenirs, including a 30-pound cheese. She boards the plane wearing all the clothes at once and carrying the cheese as a "baby."moreless
Ricky sells his car, and the Mertzes think they are being stranded in California. Ricky buys train tickets for everyone, but a reservations mixup puts Lucy in an apparently compromising position with Fred Mertz. Watch for Fred and Ethel decked out in motorcycle gear and riding on a Harley.moreless
Lucy wants to nudge a shy couple to the altar. Lucy's idea: show them how wonderful her and Ricky's marriage is. Her plan: invite them to a quiet at-home dinner. A quiet dinner at the Ricardo's? Whoever heard of such a thing?
Lucy plays a black-wigged temptress to test Ricky's fidelity. The result makes her see red so she schemes to get even. But she won't divorce him. Ethel agrees: "Yeah, stay married to him," she says. "That'll teach him."moreless
A dollar bill takes a zany trip-with the Ricardos and Mertzes in hot pursuit. It's a winning bill (worth $300) in a newspaper contest. It belongs to Ricky, but he gallantly slips it into Lucy's purse. Gallant isn't necessarily smart: Lucy unthinkingly gives the bill to the grocery delivery boy-who gives it to Ethel in change. The wild ride has only begun!moreless
Lucy misses catching a book tossed to her by Ricky, and winds up with a black eye that Fred and Ethel are convinced was intentional. Trying to patch things up for the Ricardos, Fred sends Lucy flowers, but inadvertedly uses his own name instead of Ricky's.moreless
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