I Love Lucy: Season 5, Episode 2

Lucy and John Wayne (10 Oct. 1955)

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Ricky receives a phone call from the police; they intend to prosecute Lucy and Ethel if John Wayne's footprints are not returned intact. Having broken them, that is obviously impossible, so... See full summary »

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Ricky receives a phone call from the police; they intend to prosecute Lucy and Ethel if John Wayne's footprints are not returned intact. Having broken them, that is obviously impossible, so Ricky convinces John Wayne to provide a new set of footprints. Written by Attmay

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The Duke Shows His Flair For Comedy
16 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode I pick as my favorite I Love Lucy show! It his clever and funny from beginning to end.

A continuation to the prior episode, which was the season opener. Lucy has accidentally destroyed the "stolen" cement footprints of John Wayne and unless she comes up with a replacement, she could get into a lot of hot water.

Ricky has connections and soon the Duke (John Wayne, of course) comes by to help out. Except it won't be the only time! A lot of physical humor ensues. Another well-written show (fantastic writers, what can you say?). I never get tired of the shenanigans that happened in this show. Look for Fred showing his masculinity!!


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