Here's Lucy

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  • TV-PG
  • Genre(s): Comedy
  • Release year: 1968
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. read more
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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.

Original Release

09/23/1968 on CBS

Cast

# Title Air Date
1 Lucy and Danny Thomas Monday, 10 September 1973
2 The Big Game Monday, 17 September 1973
3 Lucy, the Peacemaker Monday, 24 September 1973
4 Lucy, the Wealthy Widow Monday, 01 October 1973
5 The Bow Wow Boutique Monday, 08 October 1973
6 Lucy Gives Eddie Albert the Old Song and Dance Monday, 15 October 1973
7 Lucy's Tenant Monday, 22 October 1973
8 Lucy and Andy Griffith Monday, 29 October 1973
9 Lucy and Joan Rivers Do Jury Duty Monday, 05 November 1973
10 Tipsy Through the Tulips Monday, 12 November 1973
11 The Carters Meet Frankie Avalon Monday, 19 November 1973
12 Harry Catches Gold Fever Monday, 03 December 1973
13 Lucy and Chuck Connors Have a Surprise Slumber Party Monday, 17 December 1973
14 Lucy Plays Cops and Robbers Monday, 31 December 1973
15 Lucy Is a Bird-Sitter Thursday, 17 January 1974
16 Meanwhile, Back at the Office Monday, 14 January 1974
17 Lucy Is N.G. as an R.N. Monday, 21 January 1974
18 Lucy, the Sheriff Monday, 28 January 1974
19 Milton Berle Is the Life of the Party Monday, 11 February 1974
20 Mary Jane's Boyfriend Monday, 18 February 1974
21 Lucy and Phil Harris Strike Up the Band Monday, 25 February 1974
22 Lucy Carter Meets Lucille Ball Monday, 04 March 1974
23 Where Is My Wandering Mother Tonight? Monday, 11 March 1974
24 Lucy Fights the System Monday, 18 March 1974
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1972 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical Nominated
1971 Emmy Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Comedy Nominated
1971 Emmy Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy Nominated
1970 Golden Globe Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical Nominated
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