When Lucy misplaces their train tickets, she and Ethel must share a drive to Florida with a woman they fear is a murderess.
Lucy tries to reunite a Venetian gondolier with his brother, who lives in America.
Lucy thinks Orson Welles has offered her serious Shakespearean role, not the role of assistant in his magic act.
Little Ricky’s constant playing of his new drums is causing friction with the Mertzes.
On the flight home from Europe, Lucy disguises a 30-pound hunk of cheese as baby in order to avoid an extra baggage charge.
Lucy’s accidental windfall at the casino starts trouble between the Mertzes and the Ricardos.
Lucy is not allowed to cross the French-Italian border because she can't find her passport.
Lucy soaks up plenty of local color when she tramples grapes to get into the mood for a role in an Italian movie.
The Ricardos and Mertzes become snowbound in the Swiss Alps.
The guys want to teach their wives a lesson in Paris fashion.
Lucy engages someone who looks like Charles Boyer to convince Ricky that she is not interested in the French actor, not realizing that it is actually Boyer.
Lucy wants to discover an unknown talent in Paris but she winds up meeting a co artist instead.
Lucy dreams of visiting the Scottish village of her ancestors but it becomes a nightmare involving a two-headed dragon.
Lucy goes on her first fox hunt in order to keep an eye on Ricky and a beautiful actress.
Ricky is meeting the Queen of England and Lucy is not invited.
Lucy schemes to get Ricky away from his band duties aboard the ship so that they can spend some romantic time alone.
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