Blooper: Ricky accidentally spilled coffee on himself after Peggy startled him, but when Ricky runs back into the living room to find Lucy, his suit is fully dry.
Janet Waldo will work with Lucille again on The Lucy Show in "Lucy's Sister Pays a Visit" before going on to portray the voice of Judy Jetson in The Jetsons.
Ricky: Go to Lucy, Arthur. She's all yours.
Lucy: We'll be very happy together, Arthur. Of course, I'll miss the old gentleman. He's the only one that knew how to put the batteries in my hearing aid.
Arthur: Your hearing aid?
Lucy: Yes. You don't mind, do you?
Arthur: Oh, no. No. I still love you.
Lucy: How's that?
Arthur: I said I still love you!
Lucy: Oh yes. Uh, it sure does.
Aruthur: No. I said I still love you!
Lucy: Oh no. Oh no, thanks. Never touch the stuff.
Ricky: Peggy, please keep jiggling! Please! (Peggy jiggles Ricky's legs)
(A disguised Lucy pretends to put dentures in her mouth)
Peggy: Those teeth. Aren't they yours?
Lucy: Well, they sure are. I made the last payment two months ago.
Peggy: (shocked) Do you still know how to dance?
Lucy: I think I can recall a few variations on the turkey trot.
Arthur: Mrs. Ricardo doesn't look so old. She's kinda well preserved.
Lucy: Yeah, he's babaed his last lu.
Ricky: Keep jiggling, Peggy! You're a much better jiggler than Lucy.
Lucy: (to Ricky) I used to think I'd enjoy growing old with you, but after this preview you better grow old alone.
Lucy: Oh swell. Here we are in the middle of a four-sided triangle.
Lucy: I gave Arthur a dancing lesson.
Ricky: Arthur. Arthur who?
Lucy: Well believe me, it wasn't Arthur Murray.
Arthur: Mrs. Ricardo, I can't dance with you. You're a woman.
Lucy: Yeah, my husband likes me that way.
Arthur: Well, I don't know...a woman.
Lucy: Look, Arthur. Some people are men and some people are women. They're made that way so they can dance together.
Lucy: Arthur, Arthur, take shorter steps. You'll be dancing with a girl not an antelope.
Lucy: Now what about boys your own age?
Peggy: Oh, they're all so icky.
Lucy: They're icky, huh?
Peggy: Yeah, except Arthur.
Peggy: Arthur Morton. He's wonderful. He's got curly hair, big sad eyes, and floppy ears. He looks like Gregory Peck.
Lucy: Sounds more like Lassie.
Peggy: Gosh, you have that certain something.
Lucy: Well, that's quite a compliment. But how would a girl your age know I have that certain something?
Peggy: I can tell by the way my mother looks at my father when my father looks at you.
Lucy: (about Ricky) He's a little older too.
Peggy: I know. He's middle age.
Peggy: He must be pushing 23.
Lucy: Yeah, he's pushing 23 alright. In fact he's pushed it all the way to 35.
Peggy: Did I startle you?
Ricky: No, I always wash my hands in the coffee every morning.
Peggy: That's interesting.
Lucy: (with lowered voice) I had Arthur come over here, and I gave him a dancing lesson to get Peggy off your neck.
Ricky: What are you whispering about?
Lucy: If my feet ever find out that it was my idea, they'll kill me!
For 40 years this episode had the wrong director slapped on it! Greg Oppenheimer author of Laughs, Luck and Lucy recently got this fixed.
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Janet Waldo was pregnant in this episode.
Neither of the Mertzes appeared in this episode.
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