Lucy Carter uses a Van Johnson look-alike (played by Johnson, of course) to masquerade as the movie star.
Over protective mom Lucy watches over Lucie at her new after school job.
Uncle Harry sends Valley of the Puppets screenplay author Eva Von Gronitz to hide out at Lucy's home as a safe haven to complete her latest work. As usual, Lucy takes her job very seriously much to the dismay of everyone around her.
Cheapskate Uncle Harry hire's his nephew & neice, Craig and Kim, as the band needed by a client at the Unique Employment Agency. Lead vocalist Kim develops laryngitis, however, and mom Lucy, decked out in modern fashions, fills in for her.
Lucy teaches Kim how to shop while Craig the new stock boy must clean up all of the mess Lucy creates.
A movie producer is worried when an actress' pre-filming jitters is subdued by over-eating. Lucy, after contacted at the Unique Employeement Agency, moves in with actress Shelly to help her with a crash diet.
The kids take Lucy out for a birthday dinner. Unfortunately, Craig forgets to bring his money, and Lucy schemes to get out of paying the bill.
Tenessee Ernie returns, this time looking for help on his farm. Lucy comes up with an idea to make his farm a place where city folk can get away from the lights and sounds.
Lucy goes undercover as a secretary to a man who she thinks is a spy.
Episode involving secret formulas, suicide, secret agents, and a keystone cops style chase scene.
Lucy goes undercover (as an old lady) to catch the crook of a robbery she may have caused. Wally Cox guest stars as a security guard.
The kids fix Mom Lucy up with a latin hunk who turns out to be a jewel thief.
Lucy schemes to get Craig a job as Wayne Newton's drummer.
The first of several episodes of Here's Lucy that has her working undercover. This episode is based on the long running Desilu tv show, Mission Impossible, and features the Carter family impersonating Middle Eastern royalty.
Lucy confuses a bank deposit and a summons.
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