The beach party movie being filmed on an adjacent soundstage is Who's the Dirty Meanie Who Stole Grandmother'a Bikini?
Mr. Mooney has been married to his wife Irma for 25 years.
The secret camera is hidden inside a marshmallow. If the women are captured, they're instructed to eat the evidence.
As Carol Channing, Lucy sings "Hello Dolly."
Mooney's bank is financing the 39-story highrise that Frank's company is building.
Goof: While Lucy and Frank visit on the steel skeleton of the highrise, the girders cast a shadows on the "sky" in the background.
Mooney sleepwalks in the traditional show biz style of having his arms outstretched before himself like the Frankenstein monster.
The apartment is on the 18th floor and on a clear day has a view of Catalina.
The production number is to the song "Broadway Melody".
Lucy's part-time job at Mr. Mooney's secretary pays $14 a day.
Lucy had been the private secretary for a Mr. Miller, president of a pop record company, for a whole week.
At the beginning of this episode, Mr. Mooney hires Lucy as a part-time secretary.
Oil Well has twins, two little girls they name Rosie and Lucy.
Lucy's checking account is known around the bank as Mooney's Millstone.
Lucy brings up Danfield where she and Mr. Mooney used to live.
Lucy wants to buy a new leopard coat from Felix Franco, the friendly furrier, for $99.50.
Lucy tells Joan that she has a daughter up north in college and a son in military school.
Lucy lives in apartment 2B.
Lucy and Mel perform as the musical duo the Tear Ducts.
Mel Torme performs "Whatever Happened to the Moon?" and (with Lucy as the Tear Ducts), "My Trousseau Just Lies on the Shelf" and the "Wing Ding" theme.