Lucy is set up on a date with Dean Martin's movie double Eddie Feldman. When Eddie can't make it because he's needed in a scene, Dean substitutes as him on the date. Throughout the evening, Lucy keeps telling him how much more talented he is than that lucky Dean Martin. To make matters worse, Dean/Eddie can't get a drink anywhere. This was one of Lucille Ball's favorite's of this series.
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For the Chrarity Ball, movie studios have donated Cary Grant's pipe, John Wayne's saddle, Elvis Presley's guitar, Kirk Douglas's bow, and Brigitte Bardot's bikini. All these "props" are seen on camera. See more
Lucy refers to a cape worn by Audrey Hepburn in 1937's "Danger in Paris" (aka "Cafe Colette") Mary Jane says it was sent over by Paramount. "Danger in Paris" did not star Hepburn and was not released by Paramount. See more
References A Streetcar Named Desire