The Lucy Show

Season 4 Episode 6

Lucy and the Countess Have a Horse Guest

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Oct 25, 1965 on CBS
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Lucy and the Countess Have a Horse Guest
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Old friend the Countess Framboise, aka Rosie Hannigan, shows up flat broke except for the racehorse her husband left her. Unable to pay the stable bill, Lucy volunteers to keep Oil Well on her patio. Mooney is livid about the scheme until learning that the horse is pregnant. Then he's as excited and proud as a real father, declaring, "I'm going to be a Daddy!"moreless

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    Gale Gordon

    Gale Gordon

    Theodore J. Mooney (1963-1968)

    Lucille Ball

    Lucille Ball

    Lucy Carmichael

    Herb Vigran

    Herb Vigran

    The Vet

    Guest Star

    Bill Quinn

    Bill Quinn

    Mr. Frink (as William T. Quinn)

    Guest Star

    Sid Gould

    Sid Gould

    Porter

    Guest Star

    Ann Sothern

    Ann Sothern

    Rosie Harrigan, the Countess Framboise

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (as the veterinarian examines the horse)
        Lucy: How we gonna pay the doctor bill?
        Countess: I don't know, but if Oil Well is as old as they say he is, he'll the first horse to come under Medicare.

      • Lucy: (telling the countess about the stars she's met) Well, so far I've met Lassie's hairdresser, and the man who used to dry off Lloyd Bridges, and Liberace's dentist.

      • Countess Framboise: (to stable hand) Will you please tell your employer that La Contesse Phillippe Francois Jean-Louis Andre Framboise de Cul-de-Sac wishes to speak with him?
        Stable Hand: OK. (calling offstage) Hey Boss, there's a dame here to see ya! (he exits)
        Lucy: You know, he reminds me of someone I used to know.

    • NOTES (3)

      • William Frawley gets his own full screen end credit, listed as "And our own Bill Frawley as The Trainer."

      • This was William Frawley's final appearence on the television screen. He died of a heart attack at the Knickerbocker Hotel, a few months after shooting this show. Desi Arnaz was grief-strucken with the loss of his friend and took out a full-page ad in the trade papers, consisting of Frawley's picture, framed in black, and three words: "Buenas noches, amigo!"

      • Lucy had wanted to have William Frawley appear on her show, but because he and Vivian Vance did not get along, he could not do so until she was no longer a regular. He died a few months later.

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