Lucy and Harry re-live some of their funniest experiences on “Here’s Lucy”.
Lucy and her girlfriends begin a strict crash diet, tempted all the while by Harry’s complete gourmet dinner reposing in Lucy’s refrigerator.
Lucy takes a course in mechanics because the teacher is cute, then ignorantly applied techniques she should have learned to destroy Harry’s classic Rolls Royce.
Lucy makes a mess of a ceramic workshop while learning to spin the potter’s wheel in an attempt to replace a valued vase of Harry’s that she broke.
Lucy buys into a frozen milk stand as an investment, and ends up being the leader of a band of penguins who escaped from the zoo.
Lucy believes that her daughter, Kim is dating an older college professor and begins a campus campaign to curtail that activity.jm ,
Lucy goes to prison to obtain information from absent-minded robber Elsa Lanchester.
Lucy buys a reproduction of a famous antique chair, unaware it’s worth more than $5,000. Robert Cummings guests as the convincing antique dealer who tries to get it back.
Under coercion from Harry, Lucy goes on a blind date with his cousin from Indiana (Don Knotts).
Lucy casts herself in a part of a pickle for a TV commercial.
After a session with a psychologist, Lucy and Harry change professional roles. With Lucy as “boss”, they land a giant personnel placement count.
Lucy makes Ruth Buzzi into a new woman and thereby gives her the confidence to try out for the Drama Club revue. Lots of music and laughs.
Uncle Harry attempts to convince Lucy she should marry a fabulous wealthy foreign prince. His success means a giant commission.
Donny Osmond joins Lucy and her daughter, Kim in a musical charity revue to help save a local beach, but not before he gets a mad crush on Kim.
Lucy portrays a gin-infested apple peddler in cooperating with the police to capture a suspected bank robber.
Female impersonator Jim Bailey fills in for an ill Phyllis Diller at one of Lucy’s charity shows, with Lucy none the wiser.
Here's Lucy: Season One clip - starring Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Jr., Gale Gordon, Lucie Arnaz.
The complete second season of HERE'S LUCY (1968-74, CBS-TV) features all 24 color episodes uncut and digitally remastered for superior quality, please a wealth of new and never-before-seen special features. Guest stars include Vivian Vance, Johnny Carson, Carol Burnett, Milton Berle, Ann-Margret, Liberace, Wayne Newton, Lawrence Welk, Wally Cox and Patty Andrews of The Andrews Sisters.
This complete first season of HERE'S LUCY (1968-74, CBS-TV) features all 24 color episodes, digitally remastered for superior quality plus a wealth of new and never-before-seen bonus features. Guest stars include Vivian Vance, Carol Burnett, Cesar Romero, Eva Gabor, Wally Cox, Howard Keel, Van Johnson, Shelley Winters, Jack Benny, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Wayne Newton, Jackie Gleason, Mary Wickes and Victor Buono.