Can you match these Honeymooners descriptions to the right episode?

Many of the 39 episodes of the series follow a similar storyline, so can you tell which episode these descriptions belong to?


The Honeymooners first aired in October of 1955 and lasted just one season. Even so, plenty of fans call it their favorite classic TV show.

Though there was just one season, 39 episodes were made. Arguments, get-rich-quick schemes and even bickering about what show to watch on the shared television set were storylines seen throughout the one-season wonder. 

If you followed the New York City life of Alice and Ralph Kramden, you know that traditional working-class status just wasn't cutting it for Ralph. He has a short fuse but a big heart, which made for several memorable episodes despite just one season in the series.  

Below are episode descriptions from the first and only season of The Honeymooners, courtesy of IMDb. Can you match them to the correct episode titles?

Good luck! 

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  1. Too cheap to purchase a television set, Ralph and Norton combine their cash to purchase a new set. It gets ugly when Ralph and Norton's friendship takes a backseat to deciding which television show they should watch.
  2. Ralph finds a gift from Norton that he thinks is for him, but when he discovers otherwise, his friendship with Norton is jeopardized.
  3. Ralph throws Alice's mother out of the apartment but Alice soon walks out on him, too. In a last ditch effort to save their marriage, Ralph comes up with a way to apologize to Alice, and her mother.
  4. Ralph's out to prove himself to Alice, his neighborhood and the world when he becomes a contestant on a hit TV game show.
  5. Ralph wants to be named the new Assistant Traffic Manager at the bus terminal. To increase his odds at the promotion, he tries to relate to Mr. Harper, the man in charge of the promotion process.
  6. Ralph goes into a panic when he gets a letter from the IRS, one that says he must appear at the office the next morning.
  7. A new neighbor moves in next to the Kramdens. This neighbor is a dance instructor and teaches the wives a few new moves.
  8. Outraged when he gets a notice from his landlord that his rent is being raised, Ralph goes on a rent strike.
  9. After a visit from some teenagers, Alice feels that she and Ralph are starting to get old, and wants him to take her out for more youthful activities.
  10. Ralph's newest get-rich-quick scheme is to sell an all-purpose kitchen gadget.

Can you match these Honeymooners descriptions to the right episode?

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Adamtwelvia 15 days ago
Yes! Perfect score! I love the Honeymooners!
jimmyvici 18 months ago
7/10…Better than I expected 😀
Tampammm 18 months ago
As many of you probably know, there were many more Honeymooners skits and episodes done by the cast as part of Jackie Gleason's variety show which ran during the 50s and 60s. Many of these skits and episodes from the 50s (labeled the "lost" episodes), run regularly every night on the Decades TV Channel. I watch them often.
AgingDisgracefully 18 months ago
The One Where Ralph Threatens Alice With Lunar Orbit, Then Pivots To, "Baby, You're The Greatest!" Within The Allotted Half-Hour?
CaptainDunsel 18 months ago
Never really watched the show much. Just picked titles that seemed to fit.
Maverick66 18 months ago
6/10. I've stunk at every quiz today. 😠
AllisonWunderland 18 months ago
5/10…Only got half of them wrong 🤭
KJExpress 18 months ago
7/10. Somewhat disappointing, but I haven't seen these shows in a long time.
FrankensteinLover 18 months ago
9 out of 10, Sad This Show didn't Last Longer but the Laughs are Forever.
hermanstein2015 18 months ago
9/10 and I knew the answer on that one too! So much fun!
Wendy57 18 months ago
One of my all time favorite shows.
I love Jackie Gleason’s physical comedy.
“How sweet it is !” —- and never will be again in modern TV.
KJExpress Wendy57 18 months ago
I love it when he dances. So light on his feet. 😄
Wendy57 KJExpress 18 months ago
Certainly was for a rather large man.
MrsPhilHarris 18 months ago
8/10 Not bad considering I had no idea about any of them.
BrittReid 18 months ago
10/10 9 is incorrect. The episode was Young at Heart.
MrsPhilHarris BrittReid 18 months ago
I picked Young At Heart and got a correct answer.
cperrynaples MrsPhilHarris 18 months ago
Yep, they fixed it! Gave me a perfect 10!
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