The Honeymooners (1955–1956)
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Mind Your Own Business 

Norton loses his job after following Ralph's advice. After hearing Norton's success selling steam irons door to door, Ralph decides to follow in Norton's footsteps.

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... Ralph Kramden
... Ed Norton
... Alice Kramden
... Trixie Norton
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... Himself - Announcer (voice)
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Norton loses his job after following Ralph's advice. After hearing Norton's success selling steam irons door to door, Ralph decides to follow in Norton's footsteps.

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Comedy | Family

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26 May 1956 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This is the only episode of the classic 39 that Gleason uses the line "One of these days, POW! right in the kisser!" The line was a favorite on "The Jackie Gleason Show" Honeymooners skits. See more »

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Alice tells Ralph why Norton was fired from the sewer, but Norton never gave her the reason. All he said was that he had been fired. See more »

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[Ed has been fired]
Ed Norton: Ol' Ed Norton, reliable old Ed Norton, working seventeen years in the sewer. And now everything's down the drain!
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Who's Got My Job?
21 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

Never play cards with Norton. That's a lesson Ralph needs to learn. After all, he loses all of 28-cents. But then Ralph gets back by advising Ed to quit his job after failing to get a promotion. Except he doesn't want Alice to find out, so guess who inadvertently tattles. Now jobless, Ed and Trixie get help from the Kramdens, but what's Ed to do.

Ralph does one of his flying-fist-to-the-moon hissy fits with Alice. But who really takes him seriously even though it can now be seen as 'politically incorrect'. After all, much of the series appeal is laughing at Ralph's histrionic bluster. Anyway, there's the usual amount of Honeymooner's humor to keep us entertained.


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