The Honeymooners: Season 1, Episode 33

Unconventional Behavior (12 May 1956)

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Ralph and Norton head off to the Raccoon convention in Minneapolis. They lose their wives in the train station and think that they are now traveling alone. Norton has brought along a number... See full summary »

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Ralph and Norton head off to the Raccoon convention in Minneapolis. They lose their wives in the train station and think that they are now traveling alone. Norton has brought along a number of joke items including trick handcuffs, which he promptly puts on himself and Ralph. Not surprisingly, once on they can't get them off which leads to no end of problems, especially when it comes to the sleeping arrangements. In the end, they find out they're on the wrong train and heading in the wrong direction. Written by garykmcd

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When Ralph and Norton are handcuffed to each other on the train at the point just before Norton asks Ralph; "Ralph, you forgot to ask me one thing.", you can clearly hear an audience member say, "a match". This particular audience member can also be heard laughing loudly throughout this show as well as other Honeymooners broadcasts from the so called original episodes. However, this is the most egregious case. See more »

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Norton: Well, we're gonna have a lot of laughs at this convention with wives along. I have a feeling that I may replace you as poster boy during National Nut Week. Will you tell me one thing, please? How do you get us into these fixes?
Ralph: Very simple. Very simple, Norton. I HAVE A BIG MOUTH!
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