I Love Lucy: Season 4, Episode 2

Mertz and Kurtz (11 Oct. 1954)

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Lucy pretends to be Fred and Ethel's maid to impress Fred's old vaudeville partner.

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Lucy pretends to be Fred and Ethel's maid to impress Fred's old vaudeville partner.

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On the Boardwalk to Atlantic City
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