The Honeymooners: Season 1, Episode 7

Better Living Through TV (12 Nov. 1955)

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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 ... 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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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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Ed Norton: [shouting during the end of the commercial] And now, back to Charlie Chan!
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