The Honeymooners: Season 1, Episode 15

A Matter of Record (7 Jan. 1956)

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Ralph throws Alice's mother out of the apartment, but Alice soon walks out on him, too. In a last ditch effort to save their marriage, Ralph cuts a record to apologize to Alice - and also, reluctantly, to her mother.

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Ralph throws Alice's mother out of the apartment, but Alice soon walks out on him, too. In a last ditch effort to save their marriage, Ralph cuts a record to apologize to Alice - and also, reluctantly, to her mother.

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Alice's Mother's address is; Gibson, 33 Kosciuszko Street, Brooklyn, NY. See more »

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Alice tells Ralph that the last time he told her that he would take her to a Broadway show was on Thursday, August 5, 1942. However, that date was a Wednesday. See more »

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Ed Norton: In the words of the immortal bard, Shakespeare, "There are three times in a man's life when he wants to be alone: one, when he's communing with his thoughts; two, when he's being tender with his wife; and three, when he's in the isolation booth on 'The $64,000 Question'."
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