The Honeymooners

Season 2 Episode 12

Glow Worm Cleaning

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Jan 03, 1953 on CBS
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Alice has been picked to appear in a magazine ad for Glow Worm sink cleaner. Ralph is against the idea until he thinks that he is going to be in the ad too. An executive from the ad agency tells Ralph that he's not the right type to portray Alice's husband in the ad. Ralph gets steamed but then the executive promises Ralph that he can be in a different ad. Ralph cools off, but only until he hears that he is going to portray someone fat, flabby, and forty. Ralph throws everyone out of the apartment. Ralph realizes that he's been a jealous fool and Alice forgives him.

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Running time: 10:02.

NOTES: This episode is also known as "Glow Worm Cleansing Powder".

A good portion of this episode was colorized for the special "The Honeymooners Anniversary Celebration" (10/18/1985).

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Ralph: You're not going to become a cover girl!
        Alice: And what's wrong with being a cover girl?
        Ralph: Because all the cover girls I ever saw were uncovered!

    • NOTES (3)

      • There are conflicting reports as to the exact title of this episode, as well as when it originally aired. Some listings have the title as "Glow Worm Cleaning Powder," while the commercially available version eliminates the word "Powder" from the title. As well, some reliable sources, including the commercial syndicators, report the original air date as January 3, 1953. This would make sense, based on visual evaluation, not to mention Gleason's penchant to have "Vacation At Fred's Landing" as the season's closer. However, the date listed here is from 1986's book, The Honeymooners Lost Episodes, by Donna McCrohan & Peter Crescenti.

      • A good portion of this episode was colorized for the 1985 television special The Honeymooners Anniversary Celebration.

      • Length: 9 minutes 53 seconds.

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