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Episodes 8

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Be a Pal

1x2
October 22, 1951

In order to keep the honeymoon from ending with Ricky, Lucy consults a book that leads to all sorts of hilarious situations as Lucy tries to follow the book's advice.

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The Gossip

1x24
March 24, 1952

Ricky is disgusted by Lucy's obsession with gossiping about other people. According to Ricky, Lucy acts as if it is her ""life's blood."" Fred, too, is disturbed by Ethel's love of gossiping. The two girls then point out that both Ricky and Fred have been known to gossip, also. The boys then challenge the girls to a bet: They will see who can go without gossiping the longest, and the winners will receive breakfast in bed for a month. The bet commences, and everything is going fine until Ricky comes up with a plan to cheat so that he and Fred can win.

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May 12, 1952

Lucy poses as a princess for a publicity stunt.

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Lucy is Enceinte

2x10
December 8, 1952

Lucy tells Ricky she thinks that their child should learn all about being an artist. So Lucy then goes to the local art store where the ever-so-helpful clerk urges her to shape something out of a chunk of clay. She makes some sort of a blob and the clerk pretends that it's a masterpiece. This, of course, is all a ruse to sell her a bunch of clay. When Lucy gets home, she wants Ricky to be a model for her new sculpture, but he refuses. Ethel refuses too, but Fred obliges. However, he stands in one position for so long that he becomes stiff! Not to be overlooked is the fact that the sculpture Lucy has made of him isn't exactly very good. Ricky then tells her she cannot continue sculpting unless she impresses an art critic friend of his. Otherwise, Lucy must agree to give up her sculpting aspirations. Lucy tries to make a bust of herself, but she cannot cover her whole head in plaster. So she covers her head in powder and pokes it through a table. The critic loves the 'bust' so much he

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The Indian Show

2x24
May 4, 1953

Even the arrival of the baby hasn't dampened Lucy's showbiz aspirations. Wanting to get into the new Indian act at the Tropicana, Lucy pays off one of the performers and appears herself, carrying Little Ricky papoose-style on her back.

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Equal Rights

3x4
October 26, 1953

Lucy and Ethel demand equal rights for women. Okay, say Ricky and Fred at the restaurant: separate checks for the four of them. Thus begins Lucy and Ethel's careers as restaurant dishwashers. So they plot revenge: they'll scare their husbands by claiming to have been robbed.

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November 16, 1953

Ricky is planning a French revue for the club, and since Lucy is determined to be in it, she hires a Frenchman to coach her. When Ricky forbids her to come near the place, she tries various disguises, and finally succeeds as a chorus girl.

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May 10, 1954

Lucy gets sick of an extensive visit by Tennessee Ernie, who claims he is her cousin. She tries to get rid of the likable character by pleading poverty. The scheme backfires when Tennessee Ernie promotes a benefit hoedown to assist Lucy and Ricky. Look for ""Ernie Ford and His Four Hot Chicken Pickers"" in this episode.

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