The Honeymooners: Season 1, Episode 17

The Babysitter (21 Jan. 1956)

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When Alice has a telephone installed, Ralph feels threatened both by her newfound freedom and the prospect of another bill to pay.

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When Alice has a telephone installed, Ralph feels threatened both by her newfound freedom and the prospect of another bill to pay.

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The original title of this episode was "BEnsonhurst 3-7741". But after filming, it was discovered that that was an actual working number. To avoid the real-life users of the number from being called by viewers, the number was changed to BEnsonhurst 0-7741. The cast had to re-dub every mention of the digit "three" with "zero" and the title was changed. See more »

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The lady tells Alice that the babysitting job is "only three blocks from here" and the address is 383 Himrod St. The Kramden's live on 328 Chauncey St. in Brooklyn and 383 Himrod St. is actually two miles from there. See more »

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[a child sees Ralph in his Raccoon Lodge uniform]
Child: Gee, I never knew Davy Crockett was so fat!
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The Gold Diggers' Song (We're in the Money)
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Music by Harry Warren
Hummed by Alice after she gets the baby sitting job
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