The Lucy Show

Season 6 Episode 7

Little Old Lucy

Aired Monday 8:30 PM Oct 23, 1967 on CBS
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Episode Summary

The elderly president of the bank, Mr. Heatherington, is in town for its 50th anniversary. Mooney's in charge of the banquet so is ordered to line up an appropriate date for the rich 80-year-old. With no time or ideas, he forces Lucy to masquerade as a little old lady and escort the millionaire to the dinner. Heatherington proves to be a lecherous old skirt chaser who can't keep his hands off of his senior citizen date.moreless

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    Gale Gordon

    Gale Gordon

    Theodore J. Mooney (1963-1968)

    Lucille Ball

    Lucille Ball

    Lucy Carmichael/Abagail Van Der Meer

    Dennis Day

    Dennis Day

    Cornelius Heatherington, Jr.

    Guest Star

    Mary Jane Croft

    Mary Jane Croft

    Mary Jane Lewis (1965-1968)

    Recurring Role

    Roy Roberts

    Roy Roberts

    Harrison Cheever (1965-1968)

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • (plotting how to turn Lucy into an old woman for Heatherington)
        Mr. Mooney: All we need is a little gray hair and a makeup job.!
        Lucy: Oh, Mr. Mooney! You're not going to send me on a date with that Don Jan of the Stone Age!
        Mr. Mooney: You will make a lovely little old lady!

      • (discussing the new gown Mrs. Mooney bought for the banquet)
        Lucy: Well, Mr. Mooney, you can't blame her for wanting to wear the latest style.
        Mr. Mooney: True, true. But mini skirts are not for her.
        Lucy: No?
        Mr. Mooney: No, no. She's much too bowlegged. Ever straightened her legs out, she'd be seven feet tall.

    • NOTES (1)

      • In this episode, Lucy claims that she has never met a millionaire before. Lucy, however, dated millionaire Umberto Fabriani in a second season episode titled Lucy Meets A Millionaire.

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