The Honeymooners: Season 1, Episode 4

A Woman's Work Is Never Done (22 Oct. 1955)

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Alice is so tired of Ralph's complaining about the housework not getting done that she decides to hire themselves a maid while she goes off to get a job herself.

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Trixie Norton (credit only)
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Jack Lescoulie ...
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Alice is so tired of Ralph's complaining about the housework not getting done that she decides to hire themselves a maid while she goes off to get a job herself.

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Trivia

Frank Marth was called to play Mr Wilson about two hours before the show went on, after the original actor didn't work out. You can see him reading from a script after he sits down. See more »

Goofs

Ralph gives his address as 728 Chauncey Street. But in previous and later episodes, the Kramdens' address is stated as 328 Chauncey Street. See more »

Quotes

Thelma: Okay.
Ralph: [screaming] I told you to stop saying "Okay"! It's "Very good, sir"!
[pointing to Norton and himself]
Ralph: This happens to be my guest, and I am your employer!
Thelma: Hmm, some guest and some employer.
[pointing to Norton and Ralph in succession]
Thelma: The simp and the blimp!
Ralph: How dare you say that to me!
Thelma: I quit!
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References The $64,000 Question (1955) See more »

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