Here's Lucy

Season 1 Episode 1

Mod, Mod Lucy

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Sep 23, 1968 on CBS
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Cheapskate Uncle Harry hire's his nephew & neice, Craig and Kim, as the band needed by a client at the Unique Employment Agency. Lead vocalist Kim develops laryngitis, however, and mom Lucy, decked out in modern fashions, fills in for her.

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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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      • Jack Baker dancers also appear and feature future guest star and Carol Burnett Dancer Don Crichton. Anita Mann would later be the choreographer for Solid Gold.

      • Typical sitcom debut used to introduce HERE'S LUCY characters.

      • Lucy Carter, single, widowed mother of two teenagers, is a responsible working mother who would also love to find a husband.

      • Kim and Craig Carter are teenagers. Craig is a musician, and older sister Kim, is hip & intellegent, as well as musically inclined.

      • Uncle Harry is the brother of Lucille Carter's late husband. He owns the Unique Employment Agency. He is a cheapskate to a fault. Underneath his loud, bolsterous facade is a caring uncle who takes some responsibility looking out for his brother's family.

      • This episode is meant to exploit Desi Arnaz, Jr.'s recent success with his band, DINO, DESI, AND BILLY.

      • Lucille Ball just had a major motion picture hit with Henry Fonda titled, YOURS, MINE, AND OURS, about two adults marrying that combine two households of many kids. At one point Lucille Ball's new series was considering a similar theme, but IS quickly disregarded. The same premise for YOURS, MINE, AND OURS was soon used for a 1969 ABC sitcom, THE BRADY BUNCH.

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