Kaye's Italian grandmother shows up unannounced expecting to attend Jerry and Suzie's marriage ceremony. Not wanting to disappoint her, Kaye insists the kids get married again.
Did You Know?
The show was only moderately successful during its first season. NBC agreed to renew it on the condition that costs be held to the 1967 level, effectively freezing the talents' salaries. Producer Desi Arnaz
obtained agreements from everyone on the cast and crew with the sole exception of Roger C. Carmel
who held fast to a contractual point providing him with a raise upon renewal. Arnaz pleaded with him, pointing out that the livelihood of dozens of people were essentially at stake but he wouldn't budge (despite his then-decent $2,000 per week salary and the promise of residuals) and was released. Carmel was replaced (by Richard Deacon) and the show sank miserably in the 1968 Nielsen ratings and was canceled. As a result, Carmel was effectively blackballed from the TV industry for several years. See more