Ralph's newest get-rich-quick scheme is to sell an all-purpose kitchen gadget. With Norton's assistance, Ralph plans to demonstrate it during a live TV commercial, in order to reach more ... See full summary »

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Ralph's newest get-rich-quick scheme is to sell an all-purpose kitchen gadget. With Norton's assistance, Ralph plans to demonstrate it during a live TV commercial, in order to reach more potential buyers. But Ralph's last-minute stage fright may ruin the commercial. Written by afsnowbird

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12 November 1955 (USA)  »

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The phone number Norton uses to call to order the all-purpose kitchen gadget is; BE5-6698. BE is for Bensonhurst the Brooklyn neighborhood where Kramden's and Norton's live. See more »

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When Ralph and Norton are rehearsing for their commercial, a piece of the Handy Housewife Helper flies off and on to the floor, practically off camera. Gleason being the genius he was, picked up the broken piece and ad libbed the line "maybe we outta say something about spear-fishing". See more »

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Ralph Kramden: Two thousand dollars, Alice! That's big, big, big! This is probably the biggest thing I ever got into.
Alice Kramden: The biggest thing you ever got into was your pants.
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References Life Begins at Eighty (1950) See more »

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