Lucy has a difficult night with Little Ricky crying constantly. A neighbor, Mrs Trumbull complains and says the lease does not allow children. Ethel says the lease does not matter because the Ricardos can stay.

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June Whitley Taylor ...
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Lucy has a difficult night with Little Ricky crying constantly. A neighbor, Mrs Trumbull complains and says the lease does not allow children. Ethel says the lease does not matter because the Ricardos can stay.

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20 April 1953 (USA)  »

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Goofs

In "Vacation from Marriage" and several other episodes, it is clearly established the Ricardos' first apartment in the building (before they move in the middle of the third season) is on the fourth and top floor (with the roof above). Yet now, Mrs. Trumbull lives directly over them on the fifth floor. See more »

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Ethel Mertz: How are you, Mrs Trumbull?
Mrs. Trumbull: As well as could be expected after two hours sleep.
Lucy Ricardo: Oh, I'm sorry about that Mrs Trumbull. The baby was a little fussy. He won't annoy you again.
Mrs. Trumbull: No, I'm sure of that. Perhaps you'll recall this piece of paper, Mrs Mertz.
Ethel Mertz: Your lease?
Mrs. Trumbull: Yes.
Mrs. Trumbull: [she reads aloud] "It is expressly understood that at no time will children be allowed to live in said building."
Ethel Mertz: Little Ricky!
Lucy Ricardo: He's a children!
Mrs. Trumbull: Since it says, "No children" in plain English, what excuse is there for Mrs Ricardo's ...
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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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