The Lucy Show: Season 5, Episode 21

Lucy and Tennessee Ernie Ford (27 Feb. 1967)

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When Mr. Mooney's boss threatens to fire him because his bank branch hasn't had many new accounts, Lucy tries to convince millionaire country singer Homer Higgins to deposit his money with the bank.

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When Mr. Mooney's boss threatens to fire him because his bank branch hasn't had many new accounts, Lucy tries to convince millionaire country singer Homer Higgins to deposit his money with the bank.

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You Got Anything You Wanna Loosen, Just Let'er Pop!
25 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

Tennessee Ernie Ford would tell this to Lucy Carmichael after Mr. Mooney asked if he could take his very uncomfortable shoes off.

Only Ernie Ford could know this line and say it with any stretch of believability.

I remember this episode from 30 years ago, mainly for Ford's plaid suit, his singing and Robert Easton's telling Lucy her hair is the color of orange juice.

Lucy wears a hillbilly costume that must be remotely similar to the one she wore way back in the first episode to air of I Love Lucy.

We do get who I must deduce is Bert May doing one very odd bit of dancing, but the hilight of the square dance has to be the black couple included in the background.

There's gonna be singing, there's gonna be dancing, there's gonna be hallelujah something and something in the air.

You'll like our cornbread and sweet molasses, and purty gals with ribbons in their hair.


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