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 uses a computer dating service--for Uncle Harry.
Lucy and Carol put on the "Hollywood Unemployment Follies" after both lose their jobs.
Lucy has a new boyfriend Bob Collins, but Kim and Uncle Harry are worried. The milkman doesn't help matters when he informs the pair the Lucy's boyfriend is a playboy. Kim & Harry cook up all kinds of crazy stunts to scare off Bob.
Kim moves into her own apartment (one managed by Lucy's brother Herb Hinkley) and deals with wacky neighbors and lecherous men.
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.
After working for him as a secretary Lucy convinces Flip Wilson to play the part of Prissy in a local production of Gone With the Wind, with Harry as Rhett Butler, Lucy as Scarlett O'Hara, and Kim as Melanie.
The family believes they are on Candid Camera, but in actuality, the are assisting a robbery. Allen Funt plays a dual role as himself and an evil look-a-like.
In preparation for an audition, Kim's friend Annie get a makeover from Lucy and Kim. Unfortunately, the director wants a less attractive actress, much like Annie before the makeover. Nonetheless, all three get hired for a 1920's style speak easy sketch.
Lucy goes undercover again, this time to prison. Lucy attempts to get needed information from a cell mate, but has little luck until Lucy fills her with alcohol.
Harry has Lucy banished from her own home after he rents it to a movie production company. When all seems clear, Lucy returns to find Chuck Connors in her bed. A scared Lucy knocks out the big star.
Lucy confuses a bank deposit and a summons.
While having his house redecorated Harry moves in with Lucy and Kim. He of course disturbs their happy home by taking over until Lucy schemes to drive him away with the help of a marching band and a goat.
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".
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