Here's Lucy

Season 5 Episode 24

Lucy and Harry's Memoirs

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Mar 05, 1973 on CBS
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Lucy and Harry are packing up the office, and they reminisce on some of the (mis)adventures they've had together, via clips from previous episodes. While they are talking about their memories, and Harry retiring, Lucy opens up a bottle of Champagne that she got as a gift, that she's been chilling, and not knowing what to do with it, drink the whole magnum themselves.moreless

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    Desi Arnaz, Jr.

    Desi Arnaz, Jr.

    Craig Carter

    Gale Gordon

    Gale Gordon

    Harrison Otis (Uncle Harry) Carter

    Lucille Ball

    Lucille Ball

    Lucille Carter

    Lucie Arnaz

    Lucie Arnaz

    Kim Carter

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Lucie Arnaz did not appear in this episode, she and her brother Desi Arnaz, Jr. only appear in flashbacks from past episodes.

      • Harry drinks another glass of Champagne
        Lucy: Harry, you better take it easy. You have to drive home
        Harry: I don't have to. I never drive when I'm walking
        (Lucy stares "into the camera" with a glazed look in her eyes)
        Lucy: Harry, do you know what you just said?
        Harry: What?
        Lucy: Now you made me forget

    • NOTES (2)

      • This was originally intended to be the final episode of the series, but CBS persuaded Lucille Ball to return for one more year.

      • This is a flashback episode of highlights from the first 5 seasons of HERE'S LUCY, "Lucy Runs the Rapids", "Lucy Meets the Burton's", "Lucy the Skydiver" and "Lucy the Fixer". Flashback episodes were still rare in 1973 – I LOVE LUCY first used this sitcom device in a rarely seen Christmas episode in 1956. Prior to 1956, I LOVE LUCY developed the flashback story-line technique, as well, which was often used on the 60's Dick Van Dyke Show.

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