The Honeymooners: Season 1, Episode 36

Alice and the Blonde (2 Jun. 1956)

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Alice and Trixie feel that their husbands don't notice them any longer. And it doesn't help when they see Ralph and Norton being attentive to the glamorous new wife of Ralph's boss. Alice ... See full summary »

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Alice and Trixie feel that their husbands don't notice them any longer. And it doesn't help when they see Ralph and Norton being attentive to the glamorous new wife of Ralph's boss. Alice then decides to imitate her in order to regain Ralph's attention. Written by afsnowbird

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Freda Rosen, who plays Rita, was the wife of 'Arnie Rosen'. He wrote for Jackie Gleason's first series, Cavalcade of Stars (1949). No one on the show knew this when she auditioned for the part. See more »

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Trixie: Whoever said the Age of Chivalry is dead was right. I know the two guys that killed it. Oh, Alice, our campaign has been a complete flop. On the way to the bus they walked twenty feet ahead of us. And they only talked to each other. And if that isn't bad enough, on the bus there are just two empty seats. And who sits in those two empty seats?
Alice: Ralph.
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