Goof: Lucy claims the only song she knows how to play on her Sax is Sweet Sue however in the episode The Saxophone she claimed the only song she knew was Glow-Worm
This is Frank Nelson's eleventh and final guest appearance, and the second appearance as the character Ralph Ramsey. Nelson plays Frddie Fillmore three times (in seasons 1 and 3), Henry the waiter and Sergeant Nelson in season 2, Dickie Davis in season 3, Ben Benjamin in season 4, a train conductor and customs officer in season 5.
Lucy: Well, look, if we're just gonna sit here like bumps on a log, we might as well go home.
Ricky: Good. Let's go home.
Fred: Second the motion.
Ralph: It's been moved and seconded we all go home. All those in favor say, "Aye."
Ralph, Ricky and Fred: Aye!
Ralph: The ayes have it. Motion carried. Let's go home.(the boys get up to leave)
Lucy: Oh, Ricky!
Ricky: Honey, you heard there were three ayes.
Lucy: Well there are gonna be three black eyes unless you all sit down.(the boys sit)
(The men leave Lucy, Ethel, and Betty to go dance with Diana)
Betty Ramsey: Well, what are we supposed to do?
Lucy: Well, I suppose we could dance with each other (imitating Diana) My... mother... told... me... to... pick... (points at Ethel) YOUUUU!!!!!
Betty Ramsey, Lucy and Ethel discuss their husbands falling all over Diana Jordan
Betty: You think they'd never seen a blonde before!
Lucy: They still haven't! If she's a blonde, I'm a redhead!
Lucy: There's no reason wives can't be as glamorous as other women. After all, we were once women ourselves.
Harry: Diana, this is Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ramsey.
Ralph: How do you do?
Harry: This is Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Ricardo.
Diana: How do you do?
Fred: And I'm Freddie Mertz.
Diana: Well hello.
Fred: Well hello.
Ethel: I'm Mrs. Mertz.
Fred: Oh, yeah.
Fred: Cute wait till you get a look at Ethel.
Ralph: Wait till you get a whiff of Betty.
This episode is a modified version of "The Charm School". This is the only time that a previous season script is reworked during the run of the show.
Some syndicated versions of this episode censor Ethel when she calls Fred "twinkle toes" since it could be considered a homophobic slur.
It is mentioned that Little Ricky is visiting Stevie Appleby in New York, where he is seeing a Dodgers game and going to the zoo.
Barbara Eden (Diana) is making her sitcom debut during this episode. She was 22 years old. Eight years later (1965) she would become famous for her role as the title character of I Dream of Jeannie.
The episode was filmed March 21,1957
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