The Honeymooners: Season 1, Episode 31

On Stage (28 Apr. 1956)

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In order to raise money for the Raccoon Lodge, the lodge members decide to put on a play, and hire a professional director, Mr. Faversham, to direct it. Ralph is given the lead and Alice is... See full summary »

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In order to raise money for the Raccoon Lodge, the lodge members decide to put on a play, and hire a professional director, Mr. Faversham, to direct it. Ralph is given the lead and Alice is given the female lead. Ralph starts "seeing stars" when he learns that Faversham's friend, Hollywood producer Herbert J. Whiteside, is in town looking to cast his new picture and will be attending the play's opening night. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Ralph: If this lodge doesn't get some money soon, there isn't going to be a lodge. Did you hear what happened yesterday?
Ed Norton: What?
Ralph: The Acme Finance Company come in and took out the pool table. Day before that, they come in and took out the television set and the phonograph. And the day before that, they come in and took out the piano. What are we gonna do, Norton?
Ed Norton: Well, we could hold our meetings at the Acme Finance Company.
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