Here's Lucy (1968–1974)
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Lucy and Carol Burnett 

Angeles High School needs money for a gymnasium, and the assembly that the students are staging to raise money to build one could use a star. Lucy suggests getting Carol Burnett to appear. ... See full summary »

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Carol Burnett
Pearl Shear ...
First Woman
Sean Morgan ...
Young Man
John Lindesmith ...
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Laura Gile ...
Housewife
Virginia Hawkins ...
Lady
Jerry Rush ...
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Angeles High School needs money for a gymnasium, and the assembly that the students are staging to raise money to build one could use a star. Lucy suggests getting Carol Burnett to appear. They go to a taping of her show, and during the question and answer session, Lucy persuades Carol to do the benefit. Written by Attmay

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27 January 1969 (USA)  »

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References The Carol Burnett Show (1967) See more »

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Yes! We Have No Bananas
by Frank Silver and Irving Cohn
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Lame, awful and embarrassingly bad
7 January 2011 | by (the ruins beneath the Planet of the Apes) – See all my reviews

All the humor in this episode is purely unintentional. Who ever or what ever gave Lucille Ball the idea that audiences wanted to see her sing and dance? It was only funny in "I Love Lucy" because she was so terrible! Here she tries to play it straight with the help of a game but in-over-her-head Carol Burnett -- and the results are woeful.

And of course Lucy plops her untalented teenage kids into the middle of it all! It's only funny for the bizarre costumes and song choices. The writers stole a punchline from Mae West's "Belle of the Nineties" and gave it to Burnett! The aged Lucille Ball in a high school play? Backed up by Burnett and cart-wheel turning Gale Gordon? This doesn't work on so many levels!


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