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Sitting in your living room and watching your favorite Disney movies, you've dreamed of soaring through the air over Agrabah on a flying carpet, fighting dangerous pirates as one of the Lost Boys, setting course for far-off galaxies or precisely firing arrows at long distances. These films have entertained us for years, and now you can become the characters you know and love, while embarking on all-new adventures and enjoying thrilling new storylines with Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition).

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Sitting in your living room and watching your favorite Disney movies, you've dreamed of soaring through the air over Agrabah on a flying carpet, fighting dangerous pirates as one of the Lost Boys, setting course for far-off galaxies or precisely firing arrows at long distances. These films have entertained us for years, and now you can become the characters you know and love, while embarking on all-new adventures and enjoying thrilling new storylines with Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition).

Get ready to build and customize the Disney worlds of which you've always dreamed with this Disney Infinity: Toy Box Starter Pack (2.0 Edition). All-new characters and powers await, as you plunge into the new Toy Box 2.0 and use the new Creator tool to easily construct fascinating universes filled with action-packed storylines and fun-filled adventures. With this Starter Pack, you'll be fully equipped to start your new adventure, as it includes a Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition) base, Merida and Stitch Disney Originals figures, two Disney Originals Toy Box game discs, one Web code card and a poster. Expand your fun with unlockable new customizable games on the Toy Box game discs, such as Stitch's Tropical Rescue and Brave Forest Siege — included with this Starter Pack. Keep having fun with your existing Disney Infinity figures, toys and game discs. You've seen all the movies, now aren't you ready to start an original adventure that's of your own creation?
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Sitting in your living room and watching your favorite Disney movies, you've dreamed of soaring through the air over Agrabah on a flying carpet, fighting dangerous pirates as one of the Lost Boys, setting course for far-off galaxies or precisely firing arrows at long distances. These films have entertained us for years, and now you can become the characters you know and love, while embarking on all-new adventures and enjoying thrilling new storylines with Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition).

Get ready to build and customize the Disney worlds of which you've always dreamed with this Disney Infinity: Toy Box Starter Pack (2.0 Edition). All-new characters and powers await, as you plunge into the new Toy Box 2.0 and use the new Creator tool to easily construct fascinating universes filled with action-packed storylines and fun-filled adventures. With this Starter Pack, you'll be fully equipped to start your new adventure, as it includes a Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition) base, Merida and Stitch Disney Originals figures, two Disney Originals Toy Box game discs, one Web code card and a poster. Expand your fun with unlockable new customizable games on the Toy Box game discs, such as Stitch's Tropical Rescue and Brave Forest Siege — included with this Starter Pack. Keep having fun with your existing Disney Infinity figures, toys and game discs. You've seen all the movies, now aren't you ready to start an original adventure that's of your own creation?
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Sitting in your living room and watching your favorite Disney movies, you've dreamed of soaring through the air over Agrabah on a flying carpet, fighting dangerous pirates as one of the Lost Boys, setting course for far-off galaxies or precisely firing arrows at long distances. These films have entertained us for years, and now you can become the characters you know and love, while embarking on all-new adventures and enjoying thrilling new storylines with Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition).

Get ready to build and customize the Disney worlds of which you've always dreamed with this Disney Infinity: Toy Box Starter Pack (2.0 Edition). All-new characters and powers await, as you plunge into the new Toy Box 2.0 and use the new Creator tool to easily construct fascinating universes filled with action-packed storylines and fun-filled adventures. With this Starter Pack, you'll be fully equipped to start your new adventure, as it includes a Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition) base, Merida and Stitch Disney Originals figures, two Disney Originals Toy Box game discs, one Web code card and a poster. Expand your fun with unlockable new customizable games on the Toy Box game discs, such as Stitch's Tropical Rescue and Brave Forest Siege — included with this Starter Pack. Keep having fun with your existing Disney Infinity figures, toys and game discs. You've seen all the movies, now aren't you ready to start an original adventure that's of your own creation?
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Get ready to build and customize the Disney worlds of which you've always dreamed with this Disney Infinity: Toy Box Starter Pack (2.0 Edition). All-new characters and powers await, as you plunge into the new Toy Box 2.0 and use the new Creator tool to easily construct fascinating universes filled with action-packed storylines and fun-filled adventures. With this Starter Pack, you'll be fully equipped to start your new adventure, as it includes a Disney Infinity (2.0 Edition) base, Merida and Stitch Disney Originals figures, two Disney Originals Toy Box game discs, one Web code card and a poster. Expand your fun with unlockable new customizable games on the Toy Box game discs, such as Stitch's Tropical Rescue and Brave Forest Siege — included with this Starter Pack. Keep having fun with your existing Disney Infinity figures, toys and game discs. You've seen all the movies, now aren't you ready to start an original adventure that's of your own creation?
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  • The Big White (2005), MPAA Rating: R
  • Fifty Pills (2006)
  • Artie Lange's Beer League (2006), MPAA Rating: R
  • Heckler (2007), MPAA Rating: R

    The Big White
    A travel agent in deep debt attempts to swindle a by-the-books insurance agent by claiming the corpse of a gangland hit as his long-missing brother in director Mark Mylod's dark crime comedy. Paul Barnell (Robin Williams) is in trouble. Saddled with a cantankerous wife (Holly Hunter) and unable to convince ambitious insurance company agent Ted (Giovanni Ribisi) to pay off the one-million-dollar claim on his brother, who has been missing for five years, Paul's debts are mounting as fast as his life is crumbling. When Paul discovers the corpse of a nameless man who ended up on the wrong side of the mob, desperation drives him to stage a grizzly death scene and make it look as if his brother has suffered a horrible fate. Though the local police force is easily taken by Paul's elaborate ruse, it's going to take a little more convincing before Ted is willing to sign off on the hefty insurance payment. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Fifty Pills
    This collegiate farce directed by Theo Avgerinos had its world premiere at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival. After a party thrown by his roommate, Coleman (John Hensley), violates their dorm-room probation, college freshman (at a thinly veiled New York University) Darren (Lou Taylor Pucci) loses his scholarship money and scrambles to raise the funds by selling 50 ecstasy pills given to him as an apology by Coleman over the course of a hectic day. While loading the pills off on fellow college students, friends, family, and Coleman's customers -- including a dominatrix named Petunia (Monica Keena) and an insanely off-kilter stock trader (Eddie Kaye Thomas) -- Darren must also finish a paper on Dante's Inferno, deal with his parents (Jane Lynch and John Kapelos) in New Jersey, who think he's gay, elude the mysterious Soul Man (Ron Yuan), and try to convince his crush, Grace (Kristen Bell), that he's not a sleazy drug dealer. Darren's crazy day comes to a head when some stupid but vengeful thugs led by Eduardo (Michael Pena) track down both Coleman and Darren at their dorm while the stock trader shows up looking for more pills. ~ Michael Buening, Rovi

    Artie Lange's Beer League
    An unemployed, alcoholic thirtysomething who still lives with his mother and can't seem to muster the motivation to turn his life around finds that all's fair in love and softball when his team is threatened with ejection from the league in a raunchy sports comedy starring Howard Stern Show regular Artie Lange. For the sluggers from Ed's Bar and Swill, the weekly trip to the local diamond is more about drinking and roughhousing than it is about such technicalities as hitting home runs and striking out the opposing team. When their favorite pastime is threatened by the ultra-competitive athleticism of the league's villainous perennial champions -- led by local gym owner and current mayoral candidate Manganelli (Anthony de Sando) -- this motley group of hard-drinking sportsmen must make one final push for the pennant and end their unprecedented losing streak if they hold out any hope of making it to another season. Ralph Macchio, Seymour Cassel, and Laurie Metcalf co-star, and longtime Saturday Night Live contributor Frank Sebastiano makes his directorial debut. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Heckler
    Nearly anyone who performs in public on a regular basis is familiar with the notion of the audience member who makes their opinions loudly and clearly known during the show, and like most comedians Jamie Kennedy has dealt with his fair share of hecklers over the course of his career. However, when Kennedy moved from stand-up comic to actor, he encountered a new breed of heckler -- the on-line film critic who posts angry rants on the internet, taking Kennedy to task for nearly every aspect of such critically drubbed movies as Son Of The Mask and Malibu's Most Wanted. Kennedy teamed up with director Michael Addis to make the documentary Heckler, which explores the increasingly combative relationship between artists and their audience. Heckler features interviews with a number of comics and musicians discussing their experiences with loud-mouthed spectators (including Bill Maher, David Cross, Louie Anderson, Rob Zombie, Joe Rogan and David Allen Grier), but Kennedy goes a step further, confronting a number of the writers who've bad-mouthed his work and questioning their role in the creative process. Kennedy and Addis also talk with filmmaker Uwe Boll, who went so far as to challenge his critics to a boxing match. Heckler received its world premiere at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

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  • Beyond Tomorrow (1940)
  • The Great Rupert (1950)
  • Young Pioneers' Christmas (1976), MPAA Rating: NR
  • Christmas Snow (1986)
  • Angel in the Family (2004)
  • Expecting Mary (2009), MPAA Rating: PG

    Beyond Tomorrow
    Harry Carey Sr., C. Aubrey Smith and Charles Winninger play three wealthy bachelors who have spent their lives wrapped up in themselves. Left all alone on Christmas eve, the elderly trio invite a couple of strangers to dinner: misplaced cowpoke Richard Carlson and pretty, but aimless, Jean Parker. Hoping that they've accomplished a bit of matchmaking, the three old duffers board a plane and head off to an important business meeting. The plane crashes, killing all three men. They return to their mansion as ghosts, only to discover that Carlson is making the same mistake they made: he's allowing his drive for success to override his affection for Parker. Feeling as though they won't be welcome in Heaven until they rectify this situation, Carey, Smith, and Winninger stick around to set things right. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Great Rupert
    Jimmy Durante plays the patriarch of a down-on-their-luck family of acrobats, who suddenly finds a great deal of money hidden in his house amid the depths of the Great Depression. The authorities suspect Durante of being a thief, but in fact the culprit is a benevolent little squirrel named Rupert. This clever critter has been pilfering money from the obnoxious, wealthy miser who lives in the adjoining house and who decided to stash most of his funds in the wall separating the two residences. The stop-motion animation is the handiwork of George Pal. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    Young Pioneers' Christmas
    This made-for-TV movie was a sequel to the 1975 telefilm The Young Pioneers, which also inspired a short-lived series. Christmas is just around the corner for David and Molly Beaton (Roger Kern and Linda Purl), two young settlers making a home in the Dakota wilderness of 1874, but the season has brought them little joy. Their son has died, and one of their best friends stands to lose his property to crooked railroad men. However, the Beatons discover that they can beat adversity by sticking together with their friends and neighbors, and learn the lessons of giving as the holidays draw to a close. Young Pioneers' Christmas also stars Robert Donner and Robert Hays, years before he reached stardom with Airplane!. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

    Christmas Snow
    A struggling widow and mother of two facing eviction by her heartless landlord puts her differences aside to offer a helping hand when the cruel curmudgeon goes missing in a blinding Christmas Eve blizzard in director Gus Trikonis' heartfelt tale of forgiveness and compassion. In addition to running the candy store located on the lower level of her inner-city tenement building, kindly Mrs. Mutterance (Katherine Helmond) is also struggling to make ends meet and raise her adopted children (Kimble Joyner and Melissa Joan Hart) despite the constant interference of her mean-spirited landlord Mr. Snyder (Sid Caesar). As Christmas draws near and Mrs. Mutterance is informed by Mr. Snyder that she and her two small children are being evicted to make room for an incoming Laundromat, the devastated adoptive mother does her best to keep her children's spirits up despite their grim outlook. When a Christmas Eve blizzard covers the city in a thick blanket of snow and no trace of Mr. Snyder can be found, the kindly Mrs. Mutterance gathers her two small children to brave the brutal elements and locate the missing landlord. Touched by the efforts of the kindly widow and her two selfless children, the once heartless landlord finds that there's more to life than wealth and power. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Angel in the Family
    Weary and dispirited following the death of his wife Lorraine (Meredith Baxter) and after suffering a mild stroke, Buddy Bishop (Ronny Cox) anxiously reaches out to his estranged daughters Sarah (Tracy Needham) and Beth (Natasha Gregson Wagner), asking that they join him for a Christmas reunion. Despite a multitude of their own problems, Sarah and Beth agree--but they're not too happy about spending the holidays in the old, boarded-up house that Buddy had shared with his late wife. Circumstances change dramatically when the Bishops awaken one morning to find a beaming Lorraine waiting for them in the kitchen as if nothing had ever happened to her! The "resurrection" of Lorraine leads to a moving and inspirational conclusion in the made-for-cable Angel in the Family, which first aired December 18, 2004 on the Hallmark channel. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    Expecting Mary
    A pregnant teenage runaway ends up in a New Mexico trailer park, where her new friends and neighbors form a support system that gradually evolves into a makeshift family. Gene Simmons, Della Reese, Elliot Gould, Linda Gray, Fred Willard, and Cloris Leachman co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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  • A Holiday Romance (1999)
  • A Dog's Tale (1999), MPAA Rating: G
  • The Sons of Mistletoe (2000)
  • The Man Who Saved Christmas (2002)
  • What I Did for Love (2006)

    A Christmas Romance
    Olivia Newton-John stars in this sentimental TV movie as Julia Stonecypher, an impoverished widow with two daughters. Living in a remote mountain cabin, Julia relies upon the meager income received from the cakes she bakes for the local townsfolk. Unfortunately, it isn't quite enough to pay the mortgage, and just before Christmas straight-laced bank manager Brian Harding (Gregory Harrison) shows up at Julia's doorstep, announcing that he'll be forced to foreclose on her. Startled by Julia's violent reaction, Brian rushes away from her house, only to be involved in a car accident. With a snowstorm fast approaching, Julia takes the injured Brian to her house to take care of him. Forced by the bad weather to remain longer than expected, Brian inevitably falls in love with Julia -- but will romance supersede his financial responsibilities? In addition to heading the cast, Olivia Newton-John also sings the opening song "The Way of Love." Filmed on location in Vancouver, A Christmas Romance first aired December 18, 1994, on CBS. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    A Holiday Romance
    Why is it that, in holiday-themed TV movies, someone always comes to a small town to close down some business or other during Christmas week? In the case of A Holiday Romance, it is straitlaced school administrator Cal Peterson (Gerald McRaney), who arrives in town in the middle of the holiday season for the purpose of shutting down a local school that has been deemed extraneous. Inevitably, of course, Peterson will change his mind once he finds true love, as personified by winsome music teacher Lily Waite, played by Naomi Judd. About the only surprise in the film is the fact that neither Judd nor anyone else sings a country song at any point in the story. CBS brought forth A Holiday Romance on December 8, 1999. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    A Dog's Tale
    A lonely young boy's wish for the perfect companion goes hilariously awry in this family-friendly tale that urges viewers not only to be careful what they wish for -- but also how they wish it! When a mysterious professor arrives in town and informs young Tim that a legendary supernova with the power to grant a single wish is set to appear in the night sky, the young boy is certain that he will finally be granted the canine companion that he has longed for. Unfortunately for Tim, his once-in-a-lifetime wish misfires -- transforming the young lad into a dog instead of granting him a companion pooch. Will Tim be able to reverse the effects of the wish-granting supernova in time to enjoy Christmas with the family, or will he end up spending the holidays in the doghouse? ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    The Sons of Mistletoe
    Jimmy Adams (George Newbern) is dismayed when the benefactor of his charges at The Sons of Mistletoe boy's orphanage suddenly dies and leaves the facility to his daughter, Helen Radke (Roma Downey), who appears ready to pull funding from the orphanage. As the situation worsens, it looks like the only thing that will save The Sons of Mistletoe is a Christmas miracle. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi

    The Man Who Saved Christmas
    Jason Alexander stars as fabled toy manufacturer, A.C. Gilbert in this Capraesque TV movie. An overachiever since his school days, Gilbert surprises his stern father (Ed Asner) by forsaking a career in medicine to pursue an entirely different business. Creating the now legendary Erector Set, A.C. sets up his own toy company in 1913, an enterprise which is raking in millions within two years. But with America's entry into WWI, the U.S. government prevails upon Gilbert to convert his factory into a munitions plant. Though at heart a pacifist, Gilbert agrees to do so, secure in the belief that he will be able to return to toys once the hostilities have ceased. Alas, the Government has other plans. At their behest, Gilbert reluctantly mounts a "Buy Bonds, Not Toys" campaign designed to divert the money normally spent on Christmas gifts to the war effort. Is this the end of Christmastime as millions of children know it, or will Gilbert be able to salvage both the holiday and the spirit of giving? The Man Who Saved Christmas debuted December 15, 2002, on CBS. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    What I Did for Love
    A Los Angeles defense attorney discovers that in order to marry the love of his life, he'll first have to convince her rugged father that all lawyers aren't sharks. James White (Jeremy London) is a successful young lawyer who will soon be happily married if all goes as planned. Deeply in love with country-bred doctor Sadie Ryder (Dorie Barton), James plans on asking for his true love's hand in marriage when the pair head back to rural Pine Gap to celebrate Christmas with her family. Trouble is, Sadie's gruff father Karl (James Gammon) doesn't care much for city boys, and the less said about his opinion of lawyers the better. Over the course of the next week, James is prepared to do everything in his power to win Karl over, whether it be baling hay with the good old boys or heading out for the hunt despite the fact that he's never fired a gun. All the while, Sadie's well-meaning Aunt Trudy (Sally Struthers) does her best to convince her niece to date a real man, like the girl's rough-and-tumble high school sweetheart Clint (John Littlefield). Later, when a group of environmentalists hatch a plan to turn the county into a national park, it appears that the days of Ryder Ranch may be numbered. While James realizes that a good lawyer to help get the family out of their current jam, he realizes that Sadie's father isn't willing to listen to reason. Still determined to impress Karl and win Sadie's hand in marriage, James hastily sets out into the wilderness in order to prove that he can live off the land with the best of them. By the time the rescue team is called, few will doubt that James' love for Sadie is genuine. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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  • The Lucy Show: Lucy's Barbershop Quartet (1963)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy and Viv Put in a Shower (1963)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Bean Queen (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy and the Submarine (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets John Wayne (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy and the Ring-a-Ding Ring (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy Gets a Roommate (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy and George Burns (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy Goes to London (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy Gets Caught Up in the Draft (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy and Pat Collins (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy and Paul Winchell (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Mooney the Monkey (1966)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy and the French Movie Star (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy Gets Jack Benny's Account (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy and Robert Goulet (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Little Old Lucy (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Starmaker (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy and Tennessee Ernie Ford (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Baby Sitter (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy Gets Trapped (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets the Law (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Viv Visits Lucy (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets the Berles (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Fight Manager (1967)
  • The Lucy Show: Lucy's Substitute Secretary (1967)

    The Lucy Show: Lucy's Barbershop Quartet
    Lucy (Lucille Ball wants to sing in Viv's Barbershop Quartet, but Viv (Vivian Vance) has reservations about her roommate's singing talents (or lack of same). However, when one of the quartet members is forced to drop out just before a big musical contest in Albany, Viv decides to give Lucy a chance. Of course, this requires our heroine to take some singing lessons in a hurry--and inasmuch as the inimitable Hans Conried is cast as the flustered music teacher, it's not hard to determine what happens next! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy and Viv Put in a Shower
    There just isn't enough space in a single bathroom for the five members of the Carmichael-Bagley household, thus Lucy (Lucille Ball) and Viv (Vivian Vance) decide to install an extra shower. Neighbor Harry (Dick Martin) arranges for a plumber to do the job cheap, only to have the plumber quit in disgust over Lucy's constant meddling. Clearly, there is no other alternative for the girls than to finish the job themselves. This is the notorious episode in which Vivian Vance actually rescues Lucille Ball from drowning while the cameras are rolling! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Bean Queen
    In desperate need of money for new furniture, Lucy (Lucille Ball) and Mary Jane (Mary Jane Croft) attempt to take advantage of an advertising campaign created by Col. Andrew Bailey (Ed Begley), aka "The Bean King." Succeeding at getting double her money back on a can of Colonel Bailey's Bean, Lucy and Mary Jane go through the same rigmarole time and time again, until the two ladies have managed to collect $1500. What our heroines don't know is that Lucy's boss Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon) is Colonel Bailey's biggest investor! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy and the Submarine
    Called up for two weeks' service as a Naval reserve Lieutenant Commander, Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon) is reluctantly committed to be first officer on the submarine manned by Commander Moore (Robert Carson)--and it's all because of Lucy's well-meaning interference. But wait--there's more! Obliged to deliver an important message to Mooney, Lucy (Lucille Ball) is forced to disguise herself as a male sailor. A literally explosive climax caps this waterlogged misadventure, in which future Lucy Show semi-regular Roy Roberts (Mr. Cheever) appears as an admiral. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets John Wayne
    John Wayne, who'd made two unforgettable guest appearances on I Love Lucy, is back in the saddle for this hilarious Lucy Show installment. Much against his better judgment, Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon) assigns the starstruck Lucy (Lucille Ball) to deliver some important financial papers to Wayne's movie set. Despite strict orders that she is not to pester "The Duke", Lucy not only manages to splatter ketchup all over the nonplussed Mr. Wayne, but also makes a shambles of an important action scene in Wayne's latest movie. Milton Berle also shows up in a cameo appearance. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy and the Ring-a-Ding Ring
    In a moment of weakness, Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon) permits Lucy (Lucille Ball) to try on a $6000 ring that he has purchased as an anniversary present for his wife. Of course, Lucy's finger immediately swells up, making it impossible to remove the valuable ring. This makes our heroine so upset that she downs several tranquilizers to calm down--leaving Mooney with the problem of not only retrieving the ring but escorting the semi-comatose Lucy back to her apartment without arousing undue attention! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy Gets a Roommate
    Carol Burnett makes her first Lucy Show appearance as Carol Bradford, a meek, frumpy librarian who has become the new roommate of Lucy Carmichael (Lucille Ball). Hoping to get the timid Carol out of her shell, Lucy and Mary Jane (Mary Jane Croft) throw a party for the girl, replete with such guests as The Vagabonds, a musical group (and yes, that's an unbilled Joe Pesci as one of the performers!) Unwittingly, Carol drinks a wee bit too much at the party, and as a result sheds her inhibitions (and some of her clothes!) with a boisterous performance of "Hard-Hearted Hannah." ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy and George Burns
    Season Five of The Lucy Show begins, typically enough, with a guest star--in this instance the ageless George Burns. While doing business with banker Mooney (Gale Gordon), Burns confides that he is working up a new nightclub act: All he needs is a "kooky" female partner. Enter Mooney's secretary Lucy (Lucille Ball), who proceeds to amaze Burns with a convoluted explanation of her unique filing system. Duly impressed, Burns invites Lucy to join him on stage--and what follows is not only a fond recreation of the old "Burns and Allen" days (with Lucy, of course, as Gracie), but also a song-and-dance duet to the tune of the old Sophie Tucker standard "Some of These Days." ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy Goes to London
    This episode was designed as a lead-in for the CBS special Lucy in London, which aired on October 24, 1966. Having entered the winning jingle for the Arf Arf Dog Food company, Lucy (Lucille Ball) wins first prize: An all-expense-paid trip to London. This being her first overseas flight, Lucy is understandably nervous, which results in a truly bumpy ride for her unwilling travelling companion--Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon). Pat Priest of The Munsters fame is seen as a harried stewardess. The opening "conveyor belt" gag was written by longtime I Love Lucy scriveners Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll Jr., who also penned the script for the Lucy in London special. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy Gets Caught Up in the Draft
    Confusion reigns supreme when a draft notice intended for a "Lou C. Carmichael" shows up in the mailbox of Lucy Carmichael (Lucille Ball). Despite the frenzied efforts of Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon) to correct this bureaucratic snafu, Lucy is forced to undergo basic training at a Marine boot camp until the higher-ups receive official word that she is "Lucy" and not "Lou C." Jim Nabors shows up briefly in his familiar "Gomer Pyle" guise. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy and Pat Collins
    Popular professional hypnotist Pat Collins appears in this episode, in which Lucy (Lucille Ball) seeks out a cure for Mr. Mooney's insomnia. In the course of Collins' nightclub act, a hypnotized Lucy and Mooney (Gale Gordon) impersonate Laurel and Hardy, and Lucy does impressions of Jackie Gleason and Carol Channing. Eventually, Collins comes up with a post-hypnotic suggestion that will enable Mooney to catch a little shut-eye--and which, of course, Lucy will inadvertently trigger at all the wrong moments! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs
    In the concluding episode of a two-part story, Lucy's roommate Carol Bradford (Carol Burnett) is hired along with The Vagabonds to perform a musical act at an upcoming Palm Springs golf tournament. When she is invited to accompany Carol to the gig, Lucy (Lucille Ball) feigns illness so she can skip work. Upon her arrival at Palm Springs, Lucy is fixed up with a date with handsome movie actor Collin Grant (Dan Rowan)--who happens to be the golfing partner of Lucy's boss Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon). Carol, Lucy and The Vagabonds (including an uncredited Joe Pesci!) perform "Lazy River" and "The Hukilau Song." ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy and Paul Winchell
    Angling for a raise, Lucy (Lucille Ball) hopes to collect on a favor owed her by ventriloquist Paul Winchell) by arranging for him to perform at the annual bank banquet. This premise enables Lucy to go through an elaborate "Am I Surprised!" charade when she confronts Winchell's dummies Jerry Mahoney and Knucklehead Smif, who seem to have voices (and minds) of their own. Later on, Lucy inadvertently misplaces Winchell's newest "creation", a blond dummy named Tessie--and as a result Winchell performs his act with an unusually tall and inordinately lively female dummy! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Mooney the Monkey
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    The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard
    Former movie villain turned Hollywood producer Sheldon Leonard arranges to film a scene for his latest TV pilot at Mr. Mooney's bank. Unaware of this, Lucy (Lucille Ball) jumps to the wrong conclusion when she hears Leonard, "in character" as a gangster, planning a major bank heist. Thus it is that Lucy and Mary Jane (Mary Jane Croft) disguise themselves as scrubwomen to foil the sinister schemes of the "crooked" Mr. Leonard. This final episode of The Lucy Show's fifth season closes with a marvelously Pirandellian moment, as Sheldon Leonard contemplates creating a new series built around the antics of a zany redhead! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy and the French Movie Star
    Jacques Bergerac guests in this episode as international movie idol Jacques Dupres, who shows up at the bank in hopes of financing his latest Hollywood movie. On orders from Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon), Lucy arrives at Jacques' apartment to draft a formal letter of agreement. Unfortunately, our heroine is quickly swept off her feet by DuPres' continental charm--not to mention a few too many sips of champagne! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy Gets Jack Benny's Account
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    The Lucy Show: Lucy and Robert Goulet
    Singer Robert Goulet appears both as himself and as his exact double, truck driver Chuck Willis. When Mooney (Gale Gordon) turns Chuck down for a loan, Lucy (Lucille Ball) takes pity on the guy and enters him in a Robert Goulet lookalike contest, for a $5000 prizes. Unfortunately, Chuck loses the contest--but then, so does the real Goulet! Somewhere along the line, Robert Goulet sings his own composition, "Why Be Ashamed?" ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Little Old Lucy
    Singer-comedian Dennis Day guest stars as Cornelius Heatherington Jr. the octogenarian president of the Wesleyan bank. To keep Heatherington in a good mood while he and boss Cheever (Roy Roberts) arrange a banquet in the old guy's honor, Mooney (Gale Gordon) persuades Lucy to be Heatherington's date--a task that requires our heroine to don an elaborate "age" makeup, complete with grey wig and shawl. What results is one of The Lucy Show's most energetic episodes ever, as the young-at-heart Heatherington enthusiastically squires Lucy's superannuated alter ego "Amelia Van Dyne." (Trivia note: At the time this episode was filmed, Dennis Day was actually all of 49 years old--or roughly eight years younger than Lucille Ball!) ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Starmaker
    Singer Frankie Avalon guests in this episode as Thomas Cheever, the nephew of Mooney's boss Mr. Cheever (Roy Roberts). Although the elder Cheever wants Thomas to give up his dreams of a showbiz career and go into the banking business, Lucy (Lucille Ball) becomes convinced that the boy has star potential--and to prove it, she arranges an "accidental" meeting between Thomas and talent scout Mr. Penrose (Lew Parker). Frankie Avalon sings "Walking Happy" and a spoof of "I'm Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover", then shows off his skill as a trumpeter in the ensemble number "When the Feeling Hits You." ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy and Tennessee Ernie Ford
    Tennessee Ernie Ford, who'd made three major guest appearances on the old I Love Lucy, is back for more on The Lucy Show. With Mr. Mooney's job in jeopardy unless he can land a big bank account, Lucy (Lucille Ball) tries to persuade millionaire country singer Homer Higgins (Ford) and his singing family (The Bank Porch Majority) to invest their savings in the bank. To expedite this plan, Lucy passes herself and her boss off as the countrified couple Irma and Josh Mooney--and then arranges for the bank to host an after-hours hoedown! Roy Roberts makes his first series appearance in the role of Mooney's boss Mr. Cheever, while Tennessee Ernie Ford sings "The Ladies' Auxiliary Barn Dance." ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Baby Sitter
    After another of her many fights with boss Mooney (Gale Gordon), Lucy (Lucille Ball) quits her job and signs up with the "Unique Employment Agency" (ironically the same firm that would employ Lucille Ball and Gale Gordon on the later sitcom Here's Lucy). For her first assignment, Lucy is sent to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Winslow to babysit for the couple's three children. Imagine our heroine's surprise when those "children" turn out to be a trio of trained simians--or, more specifically, the famous Marquis Chimps. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy Gets Trapped
    Hoping to attend a sale at Stacy's Department Store, Lucy (Lucille Ball) ducks out of work by fabricating a story about being seriously ill. Unfortunately, the ruse blows up in her face when she shows up at Stacy's and is promptly lauded as the store's ten-millionth customer. The trick now is to prevent Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon) from seeing Lucy's picture in the paper. Just when it looks as if Lucy's goose is cooked, Mooney's boss Mr. Cheever (Roy Roberts) unexpectedly comes to the rescue. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets the Law
    Through a series of misunderstandings, Lucy (Lucille Ball) is assumed to be a notorious jewel thief called "The Red Flash" and is arrested by a zealous police lieutenant (Claude Akins). Assuming that she has been jailed merely for throwing a candy wrapper on the street, Lucy is not only surprised by the severity of her punishment, but also astonished when Mooney (Gale Gordon) and Mary Jane (Mary Jane Croft) show up with an elaborate scheme to spring her out of jail. Ere the day draws to a close, Mooney and Mary Jane have joined Lucy behind bars--as "accessories"! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Viv Visits Lucy
    Vivian Vance makes her first Lucy Show appearance since leaving the series at the end of Season Three, reprising her familiar role as Lucy's best friend Vivian Bagley--now known as Vivan Bunson, thanks to "that little band of gold." But it's not entirely a sentimental reunion: Viv has arrived from Danfield on a mission to rescue young Herbie Walton (Les Brown Jr.), who has seemingly dropped out of medical school to become an unshaven hippie on the Sunset Strip. Yes, this is the classic episode in which Lucy and Viv disguise themselves as hippies (though they look more like beatniks), then engage in a wild dancer number with a pair of male hippies (who look more like motorcycle bums). Far out, right on! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets the Berles
    In this first episode of The Lucy Show's sixth and final season, Lucy (Lucille Ball) has briefly parted company with boss Mooney (Gale Gordon) to work part-time as a secretary for comedian Milton Berle). At the same time, Berle is attempting to change his image and become a dramatic actor, and to this ends rehearses a passionate movie love scene with actress Ruta Lee). Overhearing this rehearsal, Lucy jumps to the wrong conclusion--and spends the rest of the episode trying to save the marriage between Uncle Miltie and his wife Ruth Cosgrove Berle. The closing "salad" gag is priceless--and so funny that a giggling Ruta Lee is unable to deliver her lines, forcing Lucy to briefly take over both parts! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Fight Manager
    Don Rickles guests in this episode as Eddie Rickles (what a stretch!), a former boxer who wants to buy a flower shop. When Mooney (Gale Gordon) denies Eddie the necessary $3000 loan, Lucy (Lucille Ball) takes matters into her own hands by arranging a comeback for the punchy pugilist in a bout with the much-younger Sonny Shaw (Bruce Mars). Her efforts to bolster Eddie's confidence succeed all too well--especially when, after getting her hands on the three grand by other means, Lucy must convince Eddie that he's all washed up! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Lucy Show: Lucy's Substitute Secretary
    On the eve of her vacation to Lake Arrowhead, Lucy (Lucille Ball) is introduced to Audrey Fields (Ruta Lee), her temporarily replacement at the bank. Accurately sizing up the bleach-blonde Audrey as a conniving predator who hopes to permanently replace Lucy by playing up to Mooney (Gale Gordon), Lucy decides to stick around town long enough to show up Audrey for the phony that she is. This mission, of course, requires a few clever disguises--and that is why Lucy shows up at various junctures impersonating an interior decorator, a carper shampooer, and a wealthy (and elderly) depositor! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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