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'The Honeymooners' features Jackie Gleason as Brooklyn bus driver Ralph Kramden, his wife, Alice (Audrey Meadows), and their neighbors, Ed and Trixie Norton (Art Carney and Joyce Randolph). Frustrated by his working-class status, Ralph often develops get-rich-quick schemes that are, of course, bound to go awry. Though very short tempered and frequently resorting to insults and hollow threats, Ralph is a soft-hearted man who loves his wife and is devoted to his best pal, Ed.
- 6/5 12:00AMPlease Leave The Premises
"The Kramdens and the Nortons fight a rent increase, though Ralph is the only one who really wants to fight.
- 6/12 12:00AMPardon My Glove
"Alice is getting the apartment re-decorated for free but Ralph thinks she's two-timing him."
- 6/19 12:00AMYoung Man with a Horn
"Ralph tries to hit the high note on a civil service exam as well as his cornet.
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Ep 1: The New Bowling Ball
Ep 2: The Turkey
Ep 3: Six Months to Live
Ep 4: Lost Baby
Ep 5: Quiz Show
Ep 6: Question Mark
Ep 7: The Cold
Ep 8: Pickles
Ep 9: Sprained Thumb
Ep 10: Jellybeans
Ep 11: Missing Pants
Ep 12: Honeymooners Christmas Party
Ep 13: Alice Plays Cupid
Ep 14: Suspense
Ep 15: Lost Job
Ep 16: Anniversary Gift
Ep 17: Income Tax
Ep 18: Alice's Aunt Ethel
Ep 19: What's Her Name?
Ep 20: Lunchbox
Ep 21: Hot Tips
Ep 23: Ralph's Diet
Ep 22: Norton Moves In
Ep 24: Dinner Guest
Ep 25: Manager of the Baseball Team
Ep 26: The Prowler
Ep 27: Guest Speaker
Ep 28: Vacation at Fred's Landing
Ep 29: Glow Worm Cleaning
Ep 1: Hot Dog Stand
Ralph and Norton want to buy a hot-dog stand in New Jersey, but they need $600 first. Having trouble coming up with the money, they ask a bank for a loan. Mr. Foster, the banker, refuses to lend Ralph and Norton the money, until Norton mentions that they were planning to work their regular jobs nights and run the hot-dog stand during the day. Foster is impressed with their dedication and approves the loan.
Ep 2: Two Tickets to the Fight
Ep 3: Halloween Party
Ep 4: Champagne and Caviar
Ep 5: Letter to the Boss
Ralph comes home in a rage; after driving a bus for the Gotham Bus Company for nine years, he's been told to turn in his uniform. He is incensed, frustrated and humiliated, and the loss of income has him bordering on panic. Ralph feels cheated and betrayed—both by life and by J. J. Marshall, president of the bus company—so he decides to write Marshall a letter to tell him how he feels after being fired after nine years of loyal service.
Ep 6: Finger Man
Ep 7: Santa and the Bookies
Ep 8: Honeymooner's Christmas Party
Ep 9: New Year's Eve Party
Ep 10: This is Your Life
Ep 11: Cottage for Sale
Ep 12: Lawsuit
Ep 13: The Next Champ
Ralph and Norton are at the poolroom, when in walks Dynamite Moran, a small-time boxer who's come to New York to make it big. He's had two fights and two quick knockouts, and when Ralph sees him punch a cigarette machine he decides he wants to manage the kid.
Ep 14: Stand In for Murder
Ep 15: Move Uptown
The Kramdens have the chance to leave Brooklyn for the Bronx, renting a spacious, nicely decorated apartment that belongs to Ralph's friend, George, who is moving. But before they can live in luxury for a mere $15 more a month, they have to sublet their current apartment. Ralph tries a number of schemes to get out of his current living situation—one of which may inadvertently doom his Bronx apartment plans!
Ep 16: The Man in the Blue Suit
Ep 17: Hair-Raising Tale
Two con men pull a scam on Ralph as he sits in the park eating his lunch. They sell him exclusive rights to distribute a miracle hair restorer formula in New York. Ralph has a scheme to secure funding and pulls Norton into his plot, too, giving birth to KramNor's Miracle Restorer.
Ep 18: Boxtop Kid
Ep 19: Two Men on a Horse
Ep 20: Goodbye Aunt Ethel
Ep 21: Vacation/Fred's Landing
Ep 2: Game Called on Account of Marriage
Ep 3: Love Letter
Alice borrows a cookbook from Trixie and in it finds a love letter that Ed once wrote to Trixie. Alice leaves the letter on the icebox and Ralph finds it, leading him to believe that Alice is seeing another man. He and Norton try to figure out who wrote it. Norton thinks the handwriting looks familiar but can't figure out who wrote it. The boys take the letter to an analyst, and she tells them that the writer is the romantic type but also a man who is not too bright, rude and disorderly.
Ep 4: The People's Choice
Ep 6: Halloween Party for the Boss
Ep 5: Battle of the Sexes
While Ralph and Ed are at the pool hall, Trixie phones Norton and tells him to come home because her mother has come for a visit. Ralph gives Norton his "King of the Castle" speech, and Norton is so inspired that later that night Trixie comes down to the Kramdens' apartment in tears. Alice wakes up Ralph and gets his "King" speech, too. Ralph and Norton soon find themselves roommates in the Kramdens' apartment when Alice and Trixie walk out together.
Ep 7: Teamwork Beat the Clock
Ep 8: Brother-in-Law
Alice's brother Frank is coming for dinner. Ralph has hated Frank ever since he cheated him out of a promotion when they both worked for the WPA. Frank asks Ralph and Alice to borrow money because he wants to buy a hotel located near where a new highway is supposed to be built. Though the Kramdens turn him down, Ralph decides to steal the idea and buy the hotel with the Nortons. They get the hotel up and running, but their first guest—a surveyor with the highway construction crew—tells them that the highway isn't going to pass in front of the hotel, but over it. It's an elevated highway.
Ep 9: Songwriters
Ralph's gonna get rich by writing hit songs. Ralph's first step to stardom is to recruit Norton to play the piano and write the music to Ralph's lyrics. After failing at writing love songs, lullabies and holiday songs, they hit on a novelty song and take it to a publisher. Ralph is crushed when the publisher says he loves the melody but hates the words, and wants a professional songwriter to re-write the lyrics.
Ep 10: Kramden vs. Norton
It's Norton's birthday, and the Kramdens are treating him to a night out, but Ralph's looking to get off cheaply. He doesn't want the Nortons to think he's cheap, though, so he tells Alice to suggest that they go to the movies (instead of the Kit Kat Club, where Norton took Ralph on his birthday). Norton is on the receiving end of many gifts on his birthday, and going to the movies is the icing on Norton's cake when he has the winning ticket in a drawing for a television set. Ralph claims the set is his because he paid for the tickets, and a feud erupts.
Ep 11: A Promotion
Ep 12: The Hypnotist
Ep 13: Cupid
Ep 14: A Little Man Who Wasn't There
Ep 15: Hero
Ep 16: The Great Jewel Robbery
Ep 17: Peacemaker
After accidentally waking up Ralph, who, in a sleepy stupor, gets dressed and prepares to go to work, Norton gets into a brawl with Trixie, waking Ralph up again! With the dominos of pandemonium set into motion, the Kramdens and the Nortons are in for a long night of domestic squabbling.
Ep 18: The Adoption
Ep 19: Stars Over Flatbush
Norton has discovered astrology, and Ralph thinks he's nuts, especially when Norton tells him the stars say he shouldn't ask his boss, Mr. Malone, for the raise he planned to request that day. Norton also sees in the stars that Ralph will have an accident that day and will be rendered speechless. When a window falls on Ralph's hand and the pain is so great that he can't utter a sound, Ralph becomes hooked on the stars too. He doesn't ask for the raise, and Alice is furious when she learns the reason why.
Ep 20: One Big Happy Family
When Ralph realizes that he and Norton between them are paying $90 a month in rent, he proposes that they pool their money and share an apartment. The Kramdens and the Nortons move to 23 Mockingbird Lane in Flushing, Queens, but the euphoria of new surroundings wears off quickly: Norton spends all morning in the bathtub, and when Ralph finally gets into the bathroom he takes a tumble on soap Norton dropped on the floor and then can't get any hot water. Ralph tries to salvage his morning with a few waffles, but Norton has gotten to them first, too.
Ep 21: A Weighty Problem
Ep 22: Principle of the Thing
The Kramdens' apartment is going to pot—the pipes leak, the walls are cracking, the sink won't work, doorknobs are falling off. Ralph is fed up, so he seeks out Shaughnessy, the neighborhood lawyer, who advises him to withhold his rent until the landlord makes repairs. Ralph decides to take the rent money and repair and redecorate the apartment himself. He buys a new bathtub, and wallpaper that is too gaudy even for Norton.
Ep 23: Songs and Witty Sayings
Ep 24: Boys and Girls Together
The Kramdens have new neighbor and Ralph welcomes him by inviting him to join Norton and himself out for pool, bowling and lodge meetings. After a while the girls realize that they aren't sexy enough and vow to change to attract their husbands. Before long they are all spending time together—just a bit too much time.
Ep 1: TV or Not TV
Ralph and Norton buy a T.V. set together and constantly fight over what to watch.
Ep 2: Funny Money
Ralph finds a suitcase on his bus that contains counterfeit money, only to be sought out by those who printed it.
Ep 3: The Golfer
Ralph tries to learn how to play golf to impress his boss, and, of course, the situation turns into a disaster.
Ep 4: A Woman's Work is Never Done
Tired of Ralph's endless domestic complaints, Alice takes a job and leaves a maid to take care of the housework.
Ep 5: A Matter of Life and Death
When Ralph thinks he's dying and sells the story to a magazine, he discovers it was a dog who was sick instead.
Ep 6: The Sleepwalker
Norton is sleepwalking and Ralph gets stuck looking after him.
Ep 7: Better Living Through Televison
Ralph and Norton go on T.V. to sell a kitchen utensil.
Ep 8: Pal O'Mine
Ralph's feelings are bruised when Ed buys a friendship ring for one of his pals on the sewer crew. Though Ralph gets it stuck on his finger, they eventually make up after Ed survives a sewer explosion.
Ep 9: Brother Ralph
Ralph, after making a suggestion at work, is laid off. Alice decides to take a job as a secretary, but tells her boss that Ralph is her brother.
Ep 10: Hello, Mom
Ep 11: The Deciding Vote
Ralph is busy buying Alice a vacuum while Norton is the deciding vote in the Raccoon election for convention manager.
Ep 12: Something Fishy
Ralph and Norton don't want to take their wives on a Raccoon fishing trip.
Ep 13: 'Twas the Night Before Christmas
Ralph hocks his bowling ball to get Alice a present when someone else gets her the same thing he did.
Ep 14: The Man from Space
When the Kramdens and Nortons enter a Raccoon costume contest a feud arises between Ralph and Ed.
Ep 15: A Matter of Record
Ralph cuts a record to sweet talk Alice after insulting her mother.
Ep 16: Oh My Aching Back
Ralph hurts his back at a bowling tournament the night before his physical exam.
Ep 17: The Babysitter
Alice is baby-sitting to pay for a phone but Ralph thinks she's two-timing him.
Ep 18: The $99,000 Answer
Ralph goes on a quiz show with the category of popular songs. He practices all week, spending a lot of money, only to miss on the first question!
Ep 19: Ralph Kramden, Inc.
Norton invests in Ralph's stock when Ralph wants twenty dollars. When Ralph thinks he is named in a millionaire's will, arguments arise. It turns out Ralph was simply left a pet bird named Fortune, and much of the money was left to the butler and maid.
Ep 20: Young at Heart
Ralph and Norton take their wives dancing and rollerskating when they begin to complain about wanting to do things young people do.
Ep 21: A Dog's Life
Ralph feeds his boss dog food, thinking that it is an appetizer that Alice made.
Ep 22: Here Comes the Bride
Ralph's advice to a lodge brother on how to be head of the household has his wife (Alice's sister) in tears.
Ep 23: Mama Loves Mambo
A new neighbor wears out his welcome teaching good manners and the mambo.
Ep 24: Please Leave the Premises
The Kramdens and the Nortons fight a rent increase, though Ralph is the only one who really wants to fight.
Ep 25: Pardon My Glove
Alice is getting the apartment re-decorated for free but Ralph thinks she's two-timing him.
Ep 26: Young Man with a Horn
Ralph tries to hit the high note on a civil service exam as well as his cornet.
Ep 27: Head of the House
Ralph tells a newspaper that he's head of the house, but then has to prove it to a co-worker.
Ep 28: The Worry Wart
The IRS invites Ralph to clear something up on his tax return and that drives Ralph nuts (though he discovers he just forgot to sign his name).
Ep 29: Trapped
Ralph captures two thugs that followed him home after he witnessed a hold-up.
Ep 30: The Loudspeaker
Ralph writes a speech because he thinks he's going to be Raccoon of the Year—but it turns out Norton receives the honor.
Ep 31: On Stage
Ralph, Alice and Ed are in a Raccoon play, and Ralph expects to be a big star.
Ep 32: Opportunity Knock But
Ralph and Ed play pool with Ralph's boss and Ed gets a job at the bus company.
Ep 33: Unconventional Behavior
Ed handcuffs himself to Ralph on their way to the Raccoon convention.
Ep 34: The Safety Award
Ralph has an accident on his way to receiving his Safest Bus Driver Award.
Ep 35: Mind Your Own Business
Ed sells irons after Ralph's advice got him fired from the sewer. When Ed lies about how much money he's making so that the Kramdens don't feel bad, Ralph considers selling irons, too.
Ep 36: Alice and the Blonde
The Kramdens and Nortons visit the Wedemeyers and the wives believe their husbands are neglecting them.
Ep 37: The Bensonhurst Bomber
Ralph gets into an argument at the pool hall and has to fight a big guy at the gym. He arranges it so that he can pretend to knock out a bigger man and make the other one scared. Instead he knocks out a stranger, regaining his confidence to go ahead with the fight.
Ep 38: Dial J for Janitor
Ralph takes on a job as janitor of his building.
Ep 39: A Man's Pride
Ralph tells Alice's ex-boyfriend that he runs things at the bus company.
Ep 1: Double Anniversary Party
Ep 2: Check Up
Ep 3: Forgot to Register
Ep 4: Expectant Father
Ep 5: Goodnight Sweet Prince
Ep 6: Two-Family Car
Ep 7: The Love Letter
Ep 8: Finders Keepers
When Ralph and Norton decide to buy a candy store, they run into the slight problem of financing the business venture. But after hearing about a find-the-missing-money contest that will more than cover the investment, they study the clues, determined to locate the hidden loot.
Ep 9: Catch a Star
The Raccoon Lodge is holding a dance benefit and the lodge brothers suggest getting a big-name celebrity to attend. Norton recalls that Ralph had told him that he knew Jackie Gleason. So the Raccoons insist that Ralph go after booking Gleason for the benefit. All four stars play themselves at one point in this episode.
Ep 10: My Fair Landlord aka The 99 Year Lease
Ep 11: Away We Go
Ep 12: Plastered In Paris
Ep 13: Behind The Iron Curtain
Ep 14: When In Rome
Ep 15: Curse Of The Kramdens
Ep 16: Mad Dogs And Englishmen
Ep 17: Framed In Spain
Ep 18: I Remember Mau Au
Ep 1: Two Below
Ep 2: TV Game of the Week
Ep 3: The Adoption
Ep 1: In Twenty-Five Words or Less
Ep 2: Ship Of Fools
Ep 3: The Poor People Of Paris
Ep 4: Confusion Italian Style
Ep 5: The Curse of the Kramdens
Ep 6: The Honeymooners In England
Ep 7: You're in the Picture
Ep 8: We Spy
Ep 9: Petticoat Jungle
Ep 10: Run, Santa, Run
Ep 11: King of the Castle
Ep 12: Movies are Better Than Ever
Ep 13: Without Reservations
Ep 14: Life Upon the Wicked Stage
Ep 15: Rififi, Brooklyn Style
Ep 16: Ralph Kramden Presents
Ep 17: Flushing Ho
Ep 18: Sees All, Knows All
Ep 1: Be It Ever So Humble
Ep 2: Hair to a Fortune
Ep 3: The People's Choice
Ep 4: Two for the Money
Ep 5: Nephew of the Bride
Ep 6: Out of Sight, Out of Mind
Ep 7: Two Faces of Ralph Kramden
Ep 8: The Main Event
Ep 9: To Whom It May Concern
Ep 1: Sleepy Time Girl
Ep 2: The Boy Next Door
Ep 3: Follow the Boys
Ep 4: Six Months to Live
Ep 5: Alice's Birthday
Ep 6: Lawsuit
Ep 7: Hot Tip
Ep 8: The New Bowling Ball
Ep 9: Norton Moves In
Ep 10: The New Manager
Ep 1: Play It Again, Norton
Ep 2: Ralph Goes Hollywood
Ep 3: The Mexican Hat Trick
Ep 4: Case of the Cuckoo Thief
Ep 5: The Honeymoon Is Over
Ep 6: Happiness Is A Rich Uncle
Ep 7: Hawaii, Uh Oh
Ep 8: The Sun And Racoon Capital
Ep 9: The Match Game
Ep 10: Double Trouble
Ep 11: The Incredible World of Ed Norton
Ep 12: We're Off to See the Wizard
Ep 13: Operation Protest