Lucy’s Summer Vacation (Lucy Desi Comedy Hour) 4/4


Harry Bailey, an agent of Ricky’s, told the Ricardos that they can use his summer home for a vacation. But he also promises actors Ida Lupino and Howard Duff the same thing. Both the couples arrive at the cabin not knowing at first that the others are there. After the couples both decide to stay, the wives brew up a plan to spend more time with their husbands, who are more interesting in fishing than bonding. Little Ricky was supposed to be at “Scouts Camp” while his parents were away. Lucy is listening to a (fictional) radio soap opera at the beginning of the episode, Hope Springs Eternal. Carlton Young (the actor heard on Lucy’s radio serial) starred in real-life radio dramas, including Our Gal Sunday, Portia Faces Life, and Stella Dallas. Ida Lupino and Howard Duff’s characters were based on those of their short-lived television series, Mr. Adams and Eve. In the original closing, Desi Arnaz started to tell the audience about next week’s show, only to be promptly interrupted by the Mertzes, who were taking their old refrigerator to a Westinghouse dealer.

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