In order to cut down on expenses, Lucy advertises for a roommate, selecting the shy Carol Bradford. In order to get Carol to come out of her shell, Lucy and Mary Jane throw a party and invite a group of musicians to perform.

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In order to cut down on expenses, Lucy advertises for a roommate, selecting the shy Carol Bradford. In order to get Carol to come out of her shell, Lucy and Mary Jane throw a party and invite a group of musicians to perform.

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31 October 1966 (USA)  »

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Lucy Carmichael: You know, I have done something that will make you very happy.
Mr. Theodore J. Mooney: You're looking for another job?
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That Was Joe Pesci In This Episode?
25 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

That's quite a way to go, I must say! Playing a bit part on a 1960s comedy show to Raging Bull, Goodfellas and Home Alone.

He had no lines, I'm sure, but the two Carol Burnett episodes apparently are available on tape or DVD, whichever you can manage, so be sure to try to see Mr. Pesci there.

He must be in the band that turns up at the end.

Carol Burnett and Joe Pesci. So close, yet so far.

Other than that, the distinction of the episode was supposed to be the queen of comedy meeting the princess of the pea, so to speak (those familiar with Burnett's career know what I am referring to).

Carol managed her bit fairly well, tho Lucy, attempting to hand over the spotlight, hardly manages to meet Burnett. In the end, Lucy simply plays some sort of straight man.


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