The Lucy Show (1962–1968)
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Lucy Takes Up Golf 

Lucy lies about her expertise in playing golf to date Gary. In reality, she hasn't any idea of how the game is played. But a few lessons later and she is ready to be his partner in a big tournament.

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Lucy Carmichael
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Vivian Bagley
Gary Morton ...
Gary Stewart
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Jimmy Demaret
Bo Wininger ...
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Lucy lies about her expertise in playing golf to date Gary. In reality, she hasn't any idea of how the game is played. But a few lessons later and she is ready to be his partner in a big tournament.

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27 January 1964 (USA)  »

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In this episode from 1964, Lucy's date, Gary, is played by her real life husband Gary Morton, to whom she was married from 1961 until her death in 1989. See more »

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The story starts off on a Saturday morning. Gary arrives and sits down to watch the end of a Las Vegas golf tournament. Aside from the fact golf tournaments normally end on a Sunday instead of Saturday, there is a problem of the difference in Time Zones. A golf tournament would end in the late afternoon in Las Vegas, and since Las Vegas is three hours behind New York, it should be sometime in the evening at Lucy's home, not the morning time. See more »

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