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.
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.
Lucy is determined to do her civic duty and joins a jury. Lucy disagrees with other jurist in court, and holds up proceedings. A spoof of "12 Angry Men". Joan Rivers guest stars as another member of the jury.
Lucy Carter uses a Van Johnson look-alike (played by Johnson, of course) to masquerade as the movie star.
Lucy and Carol put on the "Hollywood Unemployment Follies" after both lose their jobs.
Lucy is chosen on an audience participation game show. The host, Art Linkletter, offers her $500 if she won't lose her temper for 24 hours.
Harry sends Lucy to Jack Benny's house where she writes down his biography. Important and significant events throughout his life like him as a child practicing violin to being in the navy to shows with Mary Livingston. George Burns makes a cameo appearance.
Andy Griffith plays a charity worker that befriends Lucy. Kim decides to check out Andy by playing a member of the wayward youth that Andy is trying to help.
While Uncle Harry is away at his college reunion, Lucy borrows his home for a Greek couple's wedding.
Harry gets a contract to have a diamond cut for a rich and eccentric woman. Lucy houses the diamond cutter and attempts to sooth his nerves.
Harry takes on a new partner who tries to add youth to the agency. In an effort to keep her job Lucy bets Harry's business partner (Tony Randall) that she can beat him at mountain climbing.
Lucy rents out Kim's room, but soon chooses to break the lease. Jackie Coogan play Kermit the man who rents Lucy's extra room. Lucy feigns love for Kermit to get him to leave.
Harry once again believes he can get rich by finding gold. He finds the perfect location and buys some land from a very suspecting owner. Lucy & Harry search for gold together.
Lucy tricks Harry into sending her to be Petula Clark's "Girl Friday" to assist with a recording session. Lucy's over protection of pregnant Clark nearly wrecks the entire session, but ends by becoming the new gimmick for her record, a human "wah wah petal".
Stressed out Harry needs a vacation so Lucy arranges for a house swap with a family in the jungle of Africa.
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