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Lucy: Lost Contacts (Lucille Ball, Vivian Vance, Gale Gordon

www.thelucyshowdvd.com Lucy gets an advance on her trust fund allowance to acquire get in touch with lenses, but loses them even though generating a cake for a bake sale. Thinking they’re lost in the cake icing, she must get her cake back to locate the lenses. THE LUCY SHOW, 1964 Lucille Ball, Vivian Vance, Gale Gordon

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25 Responses to “Lucy: Lost Contacts (Lucille Ball, Vivian Vance, Gale Gordon”

  1. meganXamyXtinaX4ever says:

    This reminds me of “Building a BBQ” from I Love Lucy.

  2. fusock says:

    @Novatogal She won an Emmy for Comedy Supporting Actress in 1953, so they did recognize her. I agree though- without Viv, Lucy would not have gone as far.

  3. rachelazw says:

    @GuyverFan95 , this episode is from the third season, which will be out on DVD this coming Tuesday (November 30).

  4. GuyverFan95 says:

    Does Lucy ever get her contacts back?

  5. PatrickLHawkins says:

    @steven1660 good to know I have the first 2 seasons : )

  6. steven1660 says:

    Just an FYI, The Lucy Show – The Official Third Season is coming to DVD on November, 30, 2010!

  7. deathroman13 says:

    Awesome :D

  8. ungata101 says:

    this is just like the one in I Love Lucy when they took apart the barbque and put it back together again

  9. steven1660 says:

    @Novatogal Vivian Vance did get some glory she won an Emmy for Ethel Mertz on I Love Lucy in 1953.

  10. steven1660 says:

    The Official Second Season of The Lucy Show is being released this summer, July 13, 2010, and its in color! So everyone go out and buy it so that the third season will be released quickly!

  11. vidayverdad2 says:

    That’s a good point, the comparison to that “I Love Lucy” episode. I have to say, though, and with all due respect to the great classic “I Love Lucy” is, I think this “Lucy Show” version is funnier. It’s probably the fact that Mr. Mooney catches Lucy and Viv in the middle of their mess as opposed to Ricky catching Lucy and Ethel AFTER they’ve already made their mess, that makes this funnier. Plus, that scene in Mr. Mooney’s kitchen is priceless, and there’s nothing comparable in the ILL episode.

  12. roogah1001 says:

    I remember seeing this episode in the 80s

  13. markedwardindc says:

    This is a variation on an “I Love Lucy” show where Lucy thinks she has lost her wedding ring and she and Ethel pull apart an entire Bar-B-Que — at night! — to try and find it. They’ve done this bit before, but who cares? As long as it’s Lucy and Viv (along with Gale Gordon) you know it’s going to be hilarious!

  14. Novatogal says:

    Vivian Vance was great and very underrated. Lucy got all the glory, and Viv was never appreciated enough for her comedic talents in my opinion!

  15. heronagamurai says:

    great video : )

  16. steven1660 says:

    The Lucy Show the official first season will be available on July 21st, 2009!

  17. Beejjjjjj says:

    The official unedited first season of “The Lucy Show” on DVD has FINALLY been announced. Do a search for LucyScroll, or go to this Youtube link for details: watch?v=4-ySG2nZvGk

  18. EmmaLoveJen says:

    Yes, but these DVDs will be the official, remastered show released by CBS!

  19. EmmaLoveJen says:

    It has been annouced that “The Lucy Show” Season One will be released by CBS!!!
    In late July/early August (They say preferably late July)

  20. vAIERIEHARPER121 says:

    this is too funny

  21. walwaad says:

    Classic episode of “The Lucy Show”. Do you have the rest of the episode to post?

  22. travis7310 says:

    She was trained to do those kinda things! Tearing things up, and putting them back together again.

  23. bryn93 says:

    Mr. Mooney was a riot.

  24. bphutchins says:

    spoken like a true old person

  25. kereokacola says:

    This isn’t I Love Lucy, it’s a completely different show.

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