Here's Lucy: Season 6
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By the time Season 6 started filming, Lucy was in incredible shape from her workouts with her trainer. In Episode 5, The Bow Wow Boutique, Lucy's physical comedy is on top of her game again. In the next episode with Eddie Albert, she dances and sings Makin' Whoopie with Eddie, as if she is a girl in her twenties. Lucy also sings and dances with Phil Harris near the end of the season. How a 62 year old can film a musical and a television show at the same time after breaking her leg in 4 places just a year earlier, is beyond me. That is the true Lucy- a woman who could and did do anything with such a never ending abundance of energy. Sadly as you watch Lucy, you see an aging woman in her 60's who physically just doesn't know it.
As always, Here's Lucy Season 6 had loads of great guest stars.Read more ›
The final year of "Here's Lucy" (1973-1974) was a poor year for Lucille Ball as this marked the very first time one of her shows fell completely out of the Top 20 on the Nielsen charts. Fans chose "Monday Night Football" over Lucy making the series come in at a disappointing #29 on the year-end ratings. At the time it was announced by Lucy herself that she was quitting network television to pursue other projects, but the reality is CBS cancelled "Here's Lucy" due to bad ratings and attempt to attract a more urban audience with shows like "All in The Family" and "M*A*S*H". CBS went to Lucy (out of respect) and told her what they were going to do to her show and suggested that she publicly state she was retiring.
The final year, like prevous seasons, had a huge array of guest-stars including Andy Griffith, Milton Berle, Arte Johnson, Joan Rivers and Chuck Connors.
The following is a complete list of the 24 episodes included along with their airdates:
1. "Lucy and Danny Thomas", Sept. 10, 1973
2. "The Big Game", Sept. 17, 1973
3. "Lucy, the Peacemaker", Sept., 24, 1973
4. "Lucy the Wealthy Widow", Oct. 1, 1973
5. "The Bow-Wow Boutique", Oct. 8, 1973
6. "Lucy Gives Eddie Albert The Old Song and Dance", Oct. 15, 1973
7. "Lucy's Tenant", Oct. 22, 1973
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I DIDN'T ORDER THIS!!!!!! I was watching marathon Sex and The City and this show popped up on my TV and started playing. I didn't order it.Published 2 months ago by Lepfan
The stars shine far and above the crappy writing they were given. Not a fan of this particular program, but it's fun to watch nevertheless. Because Lucy!Published 4 months ago by David St. Michael