Lucy goes undercover as a secretary to a man who she thinks is a spy.
The legendary queen of television comedy, LUCILLE BALL, is joined by her real-life children, LUCIE ARNAZ AND DESI ARNAZ, JR., in her third long-running sitcom success. Ball plays Lucille Carter, widowed mother of teenagers Kim and Craig. Lucy works for her brother-in-law Harry, played by GALE GORDON, who owns Carter's Unique Employment Agency, leading Lucy into endless predicaments and hilarious hijinks.
When an old lady comes in the enployment agency looking for a job because she has nowhere to go, Lucy decides to let her stay at her house. When Mrs. Brady sells land to Harry, Kim tells them about a similar sounding scam which gives Lucy and Harry the idea to let the Mrs. Brady have a seance in which they dress up as Napoleon and Josephine to convince her to refund Harry his money.
Uncle Harry tries to marry off Lucy to a rich relative, Cousin Ben (Don Knotts). Ben proves to be as nutty as a fruit cake so Lucy schemes to scare Ben away despite his new found wealth.
Lucy attempts to resolve the marriage separation between Eydie Gorme and Steve Lawrence.
Lucy is determined to do her civic duty and joins a jury. Lucy disagrees with other jurist in court, and holds up proceedings. A spoof of "12 Angry Men". Joan Rivers guest stars as another member of the jury.
Lucy uses a computer dating service--for Uncle Harry.
Kim has decided it is time for her to move out of the house after Lucy becomes an annoying mother hen. Kim plans to teach Mother a lesson while her mother is hiding in a cramped fireplace.
Lucy has a new boyfriend Bob Collins, but Kim and Uncle Harry are worried. The milkman doesn't help matters when he informs the pair the Lucy's boyfriend is a playboy. Kim & Harry cook up all kinds of crazy stunts to scare off Bob.
Lucy is enlisted by Harry to sit for a rare Tongan Weewawk. Unfortunately, Lucy loses the bird which looks a lot like a common white pigeon.
Uncle Harry recruits Lucy and Kim to don pickle costumes and perform in a television commercial, but as filming is about to begin, Lucy is nowhere to be found, as she finds herself caught up in yet another Lucy-style mishap.
Lucy and family try to catch a Gorboona that has escaped from the zoo.
While Uncle Harry is away at his college reunion, Lucy borrows his home for a Greek couple's wedding.
Harry gets a contract to have a diamond cut for a rich and eccentric woman. Lucy houses the diamond cutter and attempts to sooth his nerves.
Harry takes on a new partner who tries to add youth to the agency. In an effort to keep her job Lucy bets Harry's business partner (Tony Randall) that she can beat him at mountain climbing.
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