The Honeymooners

Season 5 Episode 33

Unconventional Behavior

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM May 12, 1956 on CBS
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Unconventional Behavior
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Ed handcuffs himself to Ralph on their way to the Racoon convention.

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Running time: 30:00.

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  • Maybe Ed's jokes went down the hill as he got handcuffed to Ralph on the train!

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    I can't believe that Ralph changed when he said he wanted to take Alice to the Raccoon Convention! She said that she would be delighted to go over there. Then it happens that Ed and Ralph go to the train, and realize that their wives are not in the train. As soon as Ed gets handcuffed to Ralph, he says "Boomp!" but the handcuffs didn't open up! After the conductor shows up, Ralph explains their trouble, and when he mentioned Minneapolis, the conductor tells them they went to the train going in the wrong direction!moreless
Audrey Meadows

Audrey Meadows

Alice Kramden (1952-1957)

Art Carney

Art Carney

Ed Norton

Sheila MacRae

Sheila MacRae

Alice Kramden (1966-1970)

Joyce Randolph

Joyce Randolph

Trixie Norton (1952-1957)

Jean Kean

Jean Kean

Trixie Norton (1966-1970)

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    • Ed: Well, were gonna have a lot of laughs at this convention when wives are on. I have a feeling that I might replace you as poster boy during National Nut Week. Will you tell me one thing, please? How do you get us into these fixes?

      Ralph: Very simple. Very simple, Norton. I have a BIG MOUTH!

    • Norton: "Hey Ralph. Do you mind if I smoke?" Ralph: "I don't care if you burn!"

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    • The entire second act of this episode was supposed to be completely different. But due to the inability of a guest cast member to appear, the scene on the train was substituted at the last second. Hence, most- if not all- of Gleason's and Carney's dialogue was ad-libbed.

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