Lucy Ricardo is involved in an amateur theater production when Tallulah Bankhead moves in next door. Lucy manages to cajole Bankhead into appearing in her play, but through a misunderstanding the two have a falling out prior to opening night. The play becomes a battleground of continuous chaos between the two women as each tries to sabotage and outwit the performance of the other. Written by
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After Tallulah Bankhead storms out of the Ricardos kitchen, Lucy slams the kitchen door. As she does this, the drawstring to the blind hanging on the door sways back and forth through the window, indicating that there is no glass in the window. See more
Are you asking me to leave?
'Throwing you out' would be more appropriate.
Let me tell you something, Tallulah Bankhead, I've been thrown out of better places than this!
You have never BEEN in better places than this!
References The King and I