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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Frank Satenstein
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Jackie Gleason ... Ralph Kramden
Art Carney ... Ed Norton
Audrey Meadows ... Alice Kramden
Joyce Randolph ... Trixie Norton
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jack Lescoulie ... Himself - Announcer (voice)
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Storyline

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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Genres:

Comedy | Family

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 May 1956 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

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 »

Quotes

[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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Consider the Source
24 September 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

It's surprising that these guys can tie their own shoes. Norton is upset that he has worked for the sanitation department (the sewers of New York) for seventeen years and they gave a promotion to a guy who had only worked there for a your. Of course, Ralph, who has nothing to lose, tells Norton to give his boss an ultimatum. No raise. I quit. Naturally, he gets fired and is left with no job and having to live from hand to mouth. When Alice finds out what Ralph did, she insists they take care of the Nortons, feeding them, and treating them with kindness. What happens is typical Ralph. When Norton makes up a story about being a great salesman, making big money, to not depend on the Kramdens, Ralph decides to charge them for their food. It all goes haywire for a while and Ralph manages to do one more stupid thing. All in a day's work.


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