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Lucy Goes to Art Class 

Both Lucy and Viv vie for the same man they met at an art store. To get to know him better, both enroll in an art class. But when he chooses Viv over her, Lucy tries to ruin their date but instead destroys his painting.

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Both Lucy and Viv vie for the same man they met at an art store. To get to know him better, both enroll in an art class. But when he chooses Viv over her, Lucy tries to ruin their date but instead destroys his painting.

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13 January 1964 (USA)  »

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Robert Alda and John Carradine
18 August 2011 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Lucy Goes to Art Class" is hardly one of the better episodes, but it does reunite Lucille Ball with former co-star John Carradine, from the excellent 1939 jungle thriller "Five Came Back." The bait for Lucy and Vivian is an unmarried art enthusiast played by Robert Alda, who inspires them to join him in an art class presided over by Professor Guzman (Carradine). Vivian gets the seat right next to him, until Lucy contrives to steal it away. Vivian gets her revenge by forcing her rival to volunteer to model, made more bearable when Alda mentions Lucy's high cheekbones. Like Lucy, Carradine was a dedicated workaholic, but his small role here does not allow him a single amusing line. Now all I need to catch is the 1970 episode of HERE'S LUCY, "Lucy Cuts Vincent's Price" (featuring guess who).


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