The Honeymooners (1955–1956)
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Alice and the Blonde 

Alice and Trixie feel that their husbands don't notice them any longer. And it doesn't help when they see Ralph and Norton being attentive to the glamorous new wife of Ralph's boss. Alice ... See full summary »

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... Ralph Kramden
... Ed Norton
... Alice Kramden
... Trixie Norton
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... Himself - Announcer (voice)
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Alice and Trixie feel that their husbands don't notice them any longer. And it doesn't help when they see Ralph and Norton being attentive to the glamorous new wife of Ralph's boss. Alice then decides to imitate her in order to regain Ralph's attention. Written by afsnowbird

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2 June 1956 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Freda Rosen, who plays Rita, was the wife of Arnie Rosen, who was a writer on Jackie Gleason's first series, Cavalcade of Stars (1949). No one on the show knew this when she auditioned for the part. See more »

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Ed Norton: [seeing a vase full of flowers] Look at these here, Ralph! Boy, they had me fooled. They're real! I mean it. They're almost as good as the artificial ones.
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Remade as Toen was geluk heel gewoon: Vrouwelijk schoon (1994) See more »

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The Boss's New Wife
24 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

Poor Ralph. He and Ed don't get back from the Raccoon Lodge until 2am. So guess what the neglected Alice has to say. Worse, the Lodge is going broke and guess who's treasurer. But Ralph's got a plan. He'll take the two couples to his new boss's new apartment and new wife for dinner and then spread on the compliments. That's bound to get him a raise that he can use to help the Lodge (I think, though it isn't made clear). But when they get there, they get a surprise that really leaves Alice and Trixie neglected.

There's the usual laughs and bluster from our hero. Still, there's a tricky underside about the wives suffering neglect that's kind of poignant. But then it is 1956 and Hollywood's breathless new blonde superstar is dominating the big screen. Worse, it's happening even here, much to Alice and Trixie's consternation.


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