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"Be a Pal"
Season 1, Episode 2
#2 in Series
Be A Pal
Network: CBS-TV
Air date: October 22, 1951
Written by: Bob Carroll Jr.
Madelyn Davis
Jess Oppenheimer
Directed by: Marc Daniels
Production code: 1-2 / 003
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Be a Pal is the second episode of the first season of I Love Lucy, the second also of the series. It first aired on CBS-TV on October 22, 1951.

SynopsisEdit

Lucy thinks Ricky is losing interest in her. Ethel finds a book full of advice on how to rekindle the flame, and insists that Lucy take up Ricky's interests. Her attachment quickly becomes very annoying after failed attempts at seducing Ricky and joining his card game. Determined to remind Ricky of his childhood in Cuba, Lucy puts on a performance as Carmen Miranda.

PlotEdit

Lucy thinks Ricky is growing tired of her, so she consults Dr. Humphrey's book How to Keep the Honeymoon from Ending to get ideas about how to freshen up her marriage. She tries making herself glamorous at the breakfast table and playing poker with Ricky and his friends (to share in his interests- the "Be a Pal" system). Her end attempt is to mother and "baby" Ricky, the last-ditch effort the book suggests. Lucy makes the whole living room feel like Ricky's childhood in Cuba and she dresses up like Carmen Miranda. But she learns that Ricky is happy in America with Lucy, just the way things are.

StarringEdit

Guest StarringEdit

  • Tony Michaels as Charlie
  • Richard Reeves as Hank (as Richard J. Reeves)

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