In the follow-up to 'I Love Lucy,' Lucille Ball plays widow Lucy Carmichael, a mother of two children who shares a home with divorced friend Vivian Bagley (Vivian Vance of 'I Love Lucy' fame). Carmichael is always scheming—dragging Vivian along with her—and grappling with comic complications related to life on her own and serving as secretary to the grumpy and demanding Mr. Mooney.
Lucy injures her leg while working at Mr. Mooney's house, so she hires Mary Jane's lawyer cousin to get a little money for her pain and suffering. When shady Willy Wiley sees big bucks to be made, he sues Mooney and the bank for everything they're worth.
In this second of a two-parter, flight attendants Lucy and Carol get their wings. Plus, the two red-heads team up with Mr. Mooney to stage a musical with Buddy Rogers and Richard Arlen from the silent film Wings.
In the first of a two-parter, Lucy becomes a trainee flight attendant for Trans-Global Airways. She's teamed with fellow trainee Carol Tilford, who's afraid of heights. On their very first flight, the movie breaks, leaving the two to entertain the passengers.
Lucy helps out a hobo by inviting him in for a hot meal. When she learns he's looking for a job, she brings him to the bank. Mooney, meanwhile, has heard there's a millionaire masquerading as a panhandler.
When the bank comes up .48 cents short, Lucy simply takes the change from her own pocket to cover the difference. Eventually the shortfall comes to light and Mr. Cheever fires Mooney because he thinks he's behind the cover-up. To get Mooney re-hired, Lucy convinces Cheever that he's going to go insane until Mooney is brought back.
You never really know how tall a celebrity is until you see them in person. Since we don't have that opportunity, we've made this quiz to figure out how tall our favorite actors are. We give you two actors, and you guess which one towers over the other. Will you measure up to our high expectations? Take the quiz and find out.