The Ricardos are invited to a country club dance by their friends, the Munsons. Ricky balks at having to dress up and go out when he'd much rather stay home. The Ramseys and the Mertzes gather at the Ricardos and the evening is off to a dull start. The guys have a good moan about what lies ahead for them. However, when the Munsons arrive with their house guest, sexy cousin Diana Jordan in tow, the men get a shot in the arm. The gallant trio of husbands argue about dancing with Diana, while their wives look on in disbelief and dismay. The same crowd assemble at the club the next evening, but the three suburban housewives give Diana a run for her money, what with new hairstyles, 'exotic' perfume and Lucy, in a very tight dress. The boys are very attentive to their wives, Lucy becomes suspicious, leaves the gathering with Ethel and Betty and the battle of the sexes rages on. Written by
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When Fred gets up from the table at the club to go dance with Diana, his chair disappears and reappears between Lucy and Ethel. See more
[Ricky, Ralph and Fred don't want to dance at the Country Club party until young, beautiful, blonde Diana arrives
Dancin' is fun. We should do it more often.
[all three wives glare at him without a word, while he squirms in his chair
I was just trying not to be rude. Fred is trying not to be rude, too. He's out there now, not being rude. And Ralph is waiting his turn not to be rude next.
Theme From 'I Love Lucy' (Instrumental)
Written by Eliot Daniel
Performed by Wilbur Hatch
and the Desi Arnaz Orchestra See more