The Lucy Show

Season 1 Episode 27

Lucy Is a Chaperone

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Aired Monday 8:30 PM Apr 08, 1963 on CBS
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Lucy Is a Chaperone
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Lucy and Viv chaperone Chris and some of her school friends for a week at Sandy Cove beach. Irked that the kids call them old fogies, they try to fit in by talking and acting like "groovy" teenagers. The ladies even offer a rendition of the rock tune "Big Girls Don't Cry." All of this succeeds in making them unbearable pests that the kids try to get rid of.moreless

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    Don Grady

    Don Grady

    Bill

    Guest Star

    Hanley Stafford

    Hanley Stafford

    Mr. Westcott

    Guest Star

    Eddie Hodges

    Eddie Hodges

    Georgie

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    Candy Moore

    Candy Moore

    Chris Carmichael

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      • Viv: (holding mosquito netting around her face like a veil) Lucy, do I look like a new bride?
        Lucy: You look more like an old beekeeper.

      • (Lucy on the phone with Chris's principal trying to convince him to let his daughter go on the trip)
        Lucy: There are going to be two chaperones. The other chaperone is a very dear friend of mine.(referring to Viv) She's a lovely older person and she's very responsible, dependable and has had loads of experience with younger people. She's practically a nanny!
        Principal Westcott: Well, of course if there are two of you, Debbie can go. But Mrs. Carmichael, if anything goes wrong I will abolish every girls club at Danfield High!
        Lucy: You don't have to worry. You won't ever regret this. Thank you, goodbye! (she hangs up)
        Chris: Thanks Mom! You're the greatest! (she runs off excitedly)
        Lucy: How about--
        Viv: (interrupting her) Lucy...

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