CTVA US Comedy - "The Lucy Show" (Desilu/CBS) Season 4 (1965-66)

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Starring Lucille Ball
Season 4 (CBS) (1965-66)
(color)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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references:
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################# The Lucy Show ###############
############## season 4 1965-66 ##############
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A. C. Nielsen Rank: #3
CBS, Monday Nights 8:30 Eastern
Filmed AND BROADCAST in Color.

4.01 [085] The Lucy Show: LUCY AT MARINELAND
Prod. no. 86 / 13Sep65 CBS
Guest cast:
Jimmy Piersall
Harvey Korman
Desi Arnaz IV
Lucie Arnaz
Synopsis:
Lucy moves from Danfield, New York to Los Angeles, California where she
enrolled her son Jerry in a Military Academy. Lucy takes Jerry to
Marineland for a personally autographed baseball from Jimmy Piersall. But
Jerry makes a mistake when he gives the ball to Lucy for "safekeeping," and
the aquatic stars at Marineland get a new playmate.
Note: Because Vivian Vance retired from the show, the series went through a
major format change. Mr. Mooney also moved to Los Angeles and was still Lucy's banker!

4.02 [086] The Lucy Show: LUCY AND THE GOLDEN GREEK
Prod. no. 85 / 20Sep65 CBS
Synopsis:
A meek and unassuming blind date turns into a seething volcano of passion
when he is exposed to Greek music in a restaurant.
Note: Mary Jane Croft became a regular cast member in the role of Lucy's
new neighbor and friend Mary Jane Lewis.)

4.03 [087] The Lucy Show: LUCY IN THE MUSIC WORLD
Prod. no. 89 /  27Sep65 CBS
Guest Star:
Mel Torme
Synopsis:
Lucy takes a job as secretary to the president of a record company,
and gets a close look at the mad world of modern music. She turns talent
scout in an effort to get her neighbor's song published. Singer Mel Torme,
who portrays her drum thumping, guitar strumming neighbor, wrote the
songs “Whatever Happened to the Moon?” “My Trousseau” and “Winding”.

4.04 [088] The Lucy Show: LUCY AND JOAN
Prod. no. 87  / 11Oct65 CBS
Guest Star:
Joan Blondell
Lucy and her new friend have their eyes on a handsome neighbor. They plan
an intimate birthday party for him, but their plans are foiled when his
mother arrives to surprise him on his birthday.

4.05 [089] The Lucy Show: LUCY THE STUNT MAN
Prod. no. 88 / 18Oct65 CBS
Synopsis:
In a desperate search for cash, Lucy dresses up as a cowboy to take a job
as a stuntman in a movie. When Mr. Mooney shows up as a guest of the
director, Lucy engages in frantic stunts to avoid being discovered.

4.06 [090] The Lucy Show: LUCY AND THE COUNTESS HAVE A HORSE GUEST
Prod. no. 93 /  25Oct65 CBS
Guest Star:
Ann Sothern (as Countess Framboise)
Special Guest:
William Frawley (making his final television appearance)
Synopsis:
The Countess inherits not only a famous racehorse but the famous stable
bill and two famous foals waiting to be born.

4.07 [091] The Lucy Show: LUCY HELPS DANNY THOMAS
Prod. no. 92 / 01Nov65 CBS
Guest Star:
Danny Thomas
Synopsis:
As Mr. Mooney's highly efficient secretary, Lucy must deliver an important
envelope to a VP at a television network. While waiting for the executive's
arrival, Lucy fraternizes with the actors, including Danny Thomas.
(Note: In the opening scene of this episode, Mr. Mooney reluctantly hires
Lucy as his part-time secretary. She remains his secretary for the remainder of the series.)

4.08 [092] The Lucy Show: LUCY HELPS THE COUNTESS
Prod. no. 90 / 08Nov65 CBS
Guest Star:
Ann Sothern (as Countess Framboise)
Synopsis:
The Countess Framboise is trying her hand as a real-estate agent, and Lucy
helps convince Mr. Mooney to look at a fancy high-tech apartment. But he
pushes one button too many, and the three get locked in for the weekend.

4.09 [093] The Lucy Show: LUCY AND THE SLEEPING BEAUTY
Prod. no. 91 /  15Nov65 CBS
Synopsis:
Lucy gets a date with an overworked architect who falls asleep-then wakes
up using karate due to his commando training.

4.10 [094] The Lucy Show: LUCY THE UNDERCOVER AGENT
Prod. no. 94  / 22Nov65 CBS
Guest Stars:
Jack Cassidy
Ann Sothern

Synopsis:
After seeing a James Bond movie, Lucy and the Countess are certain they can
identify any undercover spy they meet. They intend to do just that in a
fancy cafe they visit after the movie.

4.11 [095] The Lucy Show: LUCY AND THE RETURN OF THE IRON MAN
Prod. no. 95  / 29Nov65 CBS
Synopsis:
Lucy agrees to place a bet for Mr. Mooney at the racetrack, then loses his
winning ticket. In an effort to earn back his money, Lucy agrees to play
Iron Man Carmichael again.

4.12 [096] The Lucy Show: LUCY SAVES MILTON BERLE
Prod. no. 96 / 6Dec65 CBS
Guest Star:
Milton Berle
Synopsis:
When Milton Berle (guest-starring as himself) researches his new movie role
as a hobo, he meets Lucy at a soup kitchen for which she cooks. To hide his
real identity, Milton tells Lucy that he is Milton Berle's twin brother.
Lucy is so infuriated that Milton Berle would let his brother starve that
she goes to the press to expose his cruelty.

4.13 [097] The Lucy Show: LUCY THE CHOIRMASTER
Prod. no. 98 / 13Dec65 CBS
Mr. Mooney takes the place of the bass singer-a young boy who suddenly
turns soprano-in Jerry's boys' choir. A Merry Christmas is had by all.
(Note: Jimmy Garrett returns to the show in this episode for his final appearance as Lucy's son Jerry.)

4.14 [098] The Lucy Show: LUCY DISCOVERS WAYNE NEWTON
Prod. no. 99 /  27Dec65 CBS
Guest cast:
Wayne Newton
Synopsis:
Lucy is impressed with a young farmhand's musical talents.

4.15 [099] The Lucy Show: LUCY THE RAIN GODDESS
Prod. no. 101 / 03Jan66 CBS
Guest cast:
Jamie Farr
Synopsis:
Lucy follows Mr. Mooney to a hidden "oasis away from home" when he sneaks
out of the bank without signing important papers.

4.16 [100] The Lucy Show: LUCY AND ART LINKLETTER
Prod. no. 100 / 10Jan66 CBS
Guest cast:
Art Linkletter
Synopsis:
Lucy attends the taping of the "Art Linkletter Show" and is selected as a
contestant. Her challenge is to stay completely silent for 24 hours for a
chance to win $100.

4.17 [101] The Lucy Show: LUCY BAGS A BARGAIN
Prod. no. 97 /  17Jan66 CBS
Synopsis:
Lucy buys a dinette set which was being held for another customer. But she
must work at the store to earn the money to pay for it-and in the process,
she encounters the irate customer.

4.18 [102] The Lucy Show: LUCY MEETS MICKEY ROONEY
Prod. no. 102 /  24Jan66 CBS
Guest Star:
Mickey Rooney
Synopsis:
Lucy performs her famous Charlie Chaplin impersonation while special guest
star Mickey Rooney portrays the immortal role of "The Kid."

4.19 [103] The Lucy Show: LUCY AND THE SOAP OPERA
Prod. no. 103 /  31Jan66 CBS
Synopsis:
Lucy discovers that one of her neighbors is a star on her favorite soap
opera and may be written out of the show.

4.20 [104] The Lucy Show: LUCY GOES TO A HOLLYWOOD PREMIERE
Prod. no. 104  / 07Feb66 CBS
Cameo Appearances:
Kirk Douglas
Edward G. Robinson
Synopsis:
When Lucy finds out that tickets to a Taj Mahal premiere are sold out, she
lands a job as doorman at the famous establishment.

4.21 [105] The Lucy Show: LUCY DATES DEAN MARTIN
Prod. no. 105 / 14Feb66 CBS

Dean Martin  at the Lucy Show (10 min extract)
Guest Star:
Dean Martin
Synopsis:
Lucy is invited to a black tie Hollywood event by Ed Feldman, Dean Martin's
double. But when Ed must cancel at the last minute, Dean offers to escort
Lucy instead.

4.22 [106] The Lucy Show: LUCY AND BOB CRANE
Prod. no. 106
21Feb66 CBS
Guest Star:
Bob Crane
Synopsis:
While on a date with Bob Crane (guest-starring as himself), Lucy meets the
director of Bob's next picture, who is looking for a stuntman to be in the
film. Mr. Mooney spills the beans and tells the director that
Lucy's "brother" is Iron Man Carmichael.

4.23 [107] The Lucy Show: LUCY THE ROBOT
Prod. no. 107
28Feb66 CBS
Guest Star:
Jay North
Synopsis:
Lucy wants to help her kooky neighbor get a loan from the bank so he
can "discover the secrets of the universe and invent things." She convinces
him to build a robot to take care of Mr. Mooney's bratty nephew (played by
guest star Jay North), thus putting Mr. Mooney into the inventor's debt.

4.24 [108] The Lucy Show: LUCY AND CLINT WALKER
Prod. no. 108
07Mar66 CBS
Guest Star:
Clint Walker
Synopsis:
Lucy's new boyfriend won't let her buy him a birthday present. So she takes
up knitting and plans to make him a sweater.

4.25 [109] The Lucy Show: LUCY THE GUN MOLL
Prod. no. 109
14Mar66 CBS
Guest Star:
Robert Stack
Synopsis:
Lucy is drafted by the FBI to help trap a big-time gangster and make him
reveal the whereabouts of a bank haul.
Note: Robert Stack reprises his role as Federal Agent, Eliott Ness from
the Desilu series "The Untouchables" (1959-63)

4.26 [110] The Lucy Show: LUCY THE SUPERWOMAN
Prod. no. 110
21Mar66 CBS
Synopsis:
A huge computer falls on Mr. Mooney, and with a sudden surge of strength,
Lucy pushes the computer off. As a result, doctors plan extensive studies
on Lucy's over-charged adrenal gland.

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