After having a fight with Ricky and Fred, Lucy and Ethel go to Palm Springs. They meet Rock Hudson there, who helps get everyone back together.

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After having a fight with Ricky and Fred, Lucy and Ethel go to Palm Springs. They meet Rock Hudson there, who helps get everyone back together.

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25 April 1955 (USA)  »

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In the first scene of this episode, the soundstage and equipment can be seen to the left of the set. See more »

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Lucy Ricardo: [in Palm Springs] I wish we hadn't come on this trip at all. I miss Ricky.
Ethel Mertz: I can top that: I miss Fred.
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References Captain Lightfoot (1955) See more »

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Theme From 'I Love Lucy' (Instrumental)
Written by Eliot Daniel
Performed by Wilbur Hatch and the Desi Arnaz Orchestra
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Rock Hudson tells a tale about annoying little personal habits and marriage
28 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After picking at each other about their annoying personal habits, Lucy, Ricky, Ethel and Fred realize they're bickering because of spending too much time together. Having previously planned to go for a weekend in Palm Springs with their husbands, Lucy and Ethel decide just they will go, leaving Ricky and Fred in Hollywood. By the pool in Palm Springs Lucy and Ethel encounter Rock Hudson.

I think the "Hollywood" and "Connecticut" episodes of I Love Lucy are the best, and this is another humorous "Hollywood" episode with a movie star cameo. But it doesn't live up to the potential that having a star of Rock Hudson's magnitude presents; plus, it fails to feature the physical comedy that made Lucille Ball's Lucy Ricardo famous. It is not nearly as funny as the episodes with cameos by William Holden ("L.A. At Last"), Richard Widmark ("The Tour"), Cornel Wilde ("The Star Upstairs"), John Wayne ("Lucy and John Wayne"), or Harpo Marx ("Lucy and Harpo Marx").


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