CTVA US Comedy - "Here's Lucy" (Lucille Ball/CBS) Season 2 (1969-70)

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Starring Lucille Ball
Season 2 (CBS) (1969-70)
(color)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide /   Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


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A. C. Nielsen Rank: #6
CBS, Monday Nights 8:30 (24 episodes) (prod. nos. 25-48)

 2.01 [25] Here's Lucy: LUCY JOINS THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY [Part One]
(aka Lucy Goes to the Air Force Academy)
22Sep1969
Written by Gene Thompson
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Beverly Garland
with
Frank Marth .......... Registrar
Roy Roberts .......... Superintendent
Synopsis:
Part 1 of Lucy's misadventures at the Air Force Academy.

2.02 [26] Here's Lucy: LUCY JOINS THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY [Part Two]
29Sep1969
Written by Gene Thompson
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Roy Roberts .......... Superintendent
Synopsis:
Concluding show filmed at the Air Force Academy, where Lucy displays her slapstick high jinks.

2.03 [27] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND THE INDIAN CHIEF
06Oct1969
Written by Gene Thompson
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Mickey Manners ....... Indian Guide
Paul Fix ............. Indian Chief
Iron Eyes Cody ....... Medicine Man
Synopsis:
Lucy tangles with an Indian chief in Navaho country.

2.04 [28] Here's Lucy: LUCY RUNS THE RAPIDS
13Oct1969
Written by Gene Thompson
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Rob Hughes ........... Guide
George Marshall ...... Sheriff George
Synopsis:
Lucy and family take an unscheduled ride down the Colorado River rapids.

2.05 [29] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND HARRY'S TONSILS
20Oct1969
Written by Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Mary Wickes .......... Nurse Harlow
with
Adele Claire ......... Nurse Whitton
Paula Stewart ........ Nurse Dean
Jack Collins ......... Mr. Phillips
Synopsis:
Can Harry survive a tonsillectomy and Lucy's ministrations?

2.06 [30] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND THE ANDREW SISTERS
27Oct1969
Written by Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Patty Andrews ........ Herself
with
Gary Morton .......... Emcee
John McLaren ......... Elroy Sherwood
Synopsis:
Desi Arnaz Jr. displays his musical talent in an episode starring Patty Andrews (of the Andrews Sisters).

2.07 [31] Here's Lucy: LUCY'S BURGLAR ALARM
03Nov1969
Written by Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Vanda Barra
Guy Marks ............ Crook
Elliott Reid ......... Detective Harvey Gaynes
Synopsis:
"Lucy's Burglar Alarm" works just a little too well.

2.08 [32] Here's Lucy: LUCY AT THE DRIVE-IN MOVIE
10Nov1969
Written by Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Rob Hughes ........... Alan Stevens
Larry J. Blake ....... Drive-in Manager
Jackie Joseph ........ Jackie Berry
Synopsis:
Lucy and Harry dress as hippies to spy on Kim and her date at the drive-in.

2.09 [33] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND THE USED CAR DEALER
17Nov1969
Written by David Ketchum, Bruce Shelly
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Milton Berle ......... Cheerful Charlie
Synopsis:
Lucy locks horns with a used car salesman.

2.10 [34] Here's Lucy: LUCY THE CEMENT WORKER
24Nov1969
Written by George Balzer, Sam Perrin
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Paul Winchell ........ French Knife Thrower & Little Old Jeweler
with
Sid Gould ............ 1st workman
William Tannen ....... 2nd workman
Harry Hickox ......... Police Officer
Synopsis:
Lucy loses a family heirloom in a batch of wet cement.

2.11 [35] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND JOHNNY CARSON
01Dec1969
Written by Milt Josefsberg, Ray Singer
Directed by George Marshall
Guest star:
Johnny Carson ........ Himself
Ed McMahon ........... Himself
with
Sid Gould ............ Maitre D'
Lawrence Temple ...... 3rd Usher
Sid Kane ............. Waiter
DeDe Ball ............ Woman in Audience
Jim Henaghan ......... 1st Usher
Michael McClay ....... Usher
Mike Nicoletti ....... Usher
Synopsis:
Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon present a capsule version of "The Tonight Show."

2.12 [36] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND THE GENERATION GAP
08Dec1969
Written by Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs
Directed by Jack Baker
Guest stars:
Cecil Gold ........... Fred
Victor Sen Yung ...... Murphy Irving Fong
Lesley Evans ......... Janet
with
Leslie McRae ......... Amazon
Joanie Webster ....... Amazon
Fran Lee ............. Amazon
Maritz Ko ............ Amazon
Tara Glynn ........... Amazon
Sheila Dehner ........ Amazon
Synopsis:
Lucy gets lost when she is surprised by the Amazons! a rock group Craig is involved with.

2.13 [37] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND THE BOGIE AFFAIR
15Dec1969
Written by Pat McCormick, Jim McGinn
Directed by Herbert Kenwith
Guest star:
Jack LaLanne ......... Himself
with
Sherry Alberoni ...... Candy
Irwin Charone ........ Farnsworth
Debbie Westcott ...... Debbie
Eugene Molnar ........ Cameraman
Steve March .......... Steve
Lord Nelson .......... Bogie the Dog
Synopsis:
Lucy helps Jack with his television commercial and winds up with 10 sheep dogs.

2.14 [38] Here's Lucy: LUCY PROTECTS HER JOB
22Dec1969
Written by Sam Perrin, Ralph Goodwin
Directed by Danny Dayton
Guest star:
Robert Carson ........ Harry's golf partner
Wanda Clark .......... Secretary
Synopsis:
Lucy is suspicious of Harry when he starts being very nice to her.

2.15 [39] Here's Lucy: LUCY THE HELPFUL MOTHER
29Dec1969
Written by Milt Josefsberg, Al Schwartz
Directed by Herbert Kenwith
Synopsis:
Lucy's nerves jangle as Kim and Craig work to earn their own phones.

2.16 [40] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND LIBERACE
05Jan1970
Written by Fred S. Fox & Seaman Jacobs
Directed by Jack Baker
Guest star:
Liberace ............. Himself
with
Paul Winchell ........ Carlo, the Tailor
Ben Wrigley .......... Williams
Synopsis:
Craig and Kim are collecting unusual items for a charity and ask Liberace if he would donate his candelabra.

2.17 [41] Here's Lucy: LUCY THE LAUNDRESS
12Jan1970
Written by Larry Rhine & Lou Derman
Directed by Herbert Kenwith
Guest star
James Hong ........... Mr. Wong
with
Rosalind Chao ........ Linda Chang Wong
Lauren Gilbert ....... Mr. Michaels
Romo Vincent ......... Laundry Customer
Heather Lee .......... Sue Ching Wong
James Hong ........... Mr. Wong
Bee Thompkins ........ Secretary
Synopsis:
Lucy causes chaos in a Chinese laundry.

2.18 [42] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND LAWRENCE WELK
19Jan1970
Written by Martin A. Ragway
Directed by Herbert Kenwith
Guest star:
Vivian Vance ......... Vivian 'Viv' Jones
Special guest star
Lawrence Welk ........ Himself
with
Mary Jane Croft ...... Mary Jane
Nancy Howard ......... Secretary
Synopsis:
Viv has a date with Lawrence Welk only he doesn't know it yet.

2.19 [43] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND VIV VISIT TIJUANA
26Jan1970
Written by Milt Josefsberg & Ray Singer
Directed by Herbert Kenwith
Guest star:
Vivian Vance ......... Vivian 'Viv' Jones
with
Don Diamond .......... Pedro
Don Megowan .......... Customs Inspector
Synopsis:
Harry gets stopped at the border for smuggling, Lucy & Viv tell the inspector they don't know him.

2.20 [44] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND ANN-MARGRET
02Feb1970
Written by Milt Josefsberg & Ray Singer
Directed by Herbert Kenwith
Guest star:
Ann-Margret .......... Herself
John O'Neill ......... Walt
Synopsis:
Ann-Margret asks Craig to her home for a chat about his new songwriting career; he thinks it's an invitation to romance.
Ann-Margret and Desi sing and dance to "Country Magic".
Jack Baker Dancers.

2.21 [45] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND WALLY COX
09Feb1970
Written by Ray Singer & Milt Josefsberg
Directed by Jay Sandrich
Guest stars:
Wally Cox ............ Wally
Alan Hale Jr. ........ Moose Manley
with
Gil Perkins .......... 1st Stuntman (George)
Boyd Red Morgan ...... 2nd Stuntman (Roger)
Chuck Hicks .......... 1st Crook (Babyface Johnson)
X. Brands ............ 2nd Crook (Lefty Logan)
Harvey Stone ......... Waiter
Synopsis:
The meek son of Moose Manley who owns a successful detective and security agency. Moose wants to retire but can't envisage leaving his
business to his schnooky son. Wally, who at 33 hasn't even dated one girl. Lucy sets out to reshape Wally into a man by suggesting that
Wally and she guard a very secure warehouse for one night.

2.22 [46] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND WAYNE NEWTON
16Feb1970
Written by Ray Singer & Milt Josefsberg
Directed by Danny Dayton
Guest star:
Wayne Newton ......... Himself
Jerry Newton ......... Jerry
Tommy Amato .......... Tommy
Synopsis:
Wayne sings, "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds" and a Frank Sinatra classic, "I've Got the World on A String".

2.23 [47] Here's Lucy: LUCY TAKES OVER
23Feb1970
Written by William Raynor & Myles Wilder
Directed by Jay Sandrich
Guest star:
Lyle Talbot .......... Lawyer
Synopsis:
Lucy finds an old debt note in her great grandmother's diary from one Harrison Otis Carter the first and so the feud with Harry escalates
into a $10 debt over 100 yrs at 10 percent interest.

2.24 [48] Here's Lucy: LUCY AND CAROL BURNETT (II)
02Mar1970
Written by Lou Derman & Larry Rhine
Directed by Jay Sandrich
Guest star:
Carol Burnett ........ Carol
Robert Alda .......... Himself
with
Buddy Lewis .......... Cafeteria Customer
Harvey Stone ......... Chef
Sid Gould ............ Carpenter
Francine Pyne ........ Beauty Contestant
Lavelle Roby ......... Beauty Contestant
Tonia Izu ............ Beauty Contestant
Synopsis:
Carol Burnett and Lucy toss decorum to the wind while competing for the title of Secretary Beautiful.
[See #1.17 "Lucy and Carol Burnett" (I)]
[See #3.22 "Lucy and Carol Burnett" (III)]

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