My Favorite Husband

July 5, 1948 to March 31, 1951
127 episodes known to exist
My Favorite Husband is the name of an American radio program and network television series. The original radio show, co-starring Lucille Ball, was the initial basis for what evolved into the groundbreaking TV sitcom I Love Lucy. The series was based on the novels Mr. and Mrs. More on Wikipedia
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My Favorite Husband
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My Favorite Husband
July 5, 1948 - March 31, 1951
127 episodes known to exist
Stars: Lucille Ball, Richard Denning, Gale Gordon, Bea Benaderat,
Creater/producer: Jess Oppenheimer
Writers: Bob Carroll Jr., Madelyn Pugh
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July 5, 1948 
The Cugat's Tenth Wedding Anniversary 
Lee Bowman plays the part of George, Hal March, Hans Conried. Instead of celebrating their tenth wedding anniversary, George takes Liz to a party to see his old flame, Myra Ponsonby. 
24:30 

 
July 23, 1948 
Literary Club's Speaker Comes to Dinner 
Hal March, Doris Singleton, Joseph Kerns. Liz invites the Literary Club's guest speaker, big game hunter and author Captain Derek Allingham, over to the house for dinner. 
24:30 

 
July 30, 1948 
The Magazine Photographer 
Hal March, Hans Conried, William Johnston. With George sick in bed, a magazine photographer is coming to take pictures of the Cugat home. 
24:30 

 
August 6, 1948 
The Portrait Artist 
John Hiestand, Jeff Chandler, William Johnston, Mary Shipp. George pretends to be sick to keep an eye on the handsome artist who is spending all day at the house, painting Liz's portrait. 
24:30 

 
August 13, 1948 
The Charity Bazaar Kissing Booth 
Isobel Randolph, Jay Novello, Mary Shipp, Jack Carroll, Harry Bartel. George and Liz both think helping out the local charity bazaar is a great idea, until each finds out that the other one volunteered to run a kissing booth. 
24:30 

 
August 20, 1948 
Liz Teaches the Samba 
John Hiestand, Dick Crenna, Jack Carroll. George talks Liz into teaching Wally, the son of the bank's' First Vice President, Mr. Kimbrough, how to dance the Samba, and Wally gets a crush on Liz. 
24:30 

 
August 27, 1948 
Is Your Ship of Matrimony On the Rocks? 
John Hiestand. Liz buys a book called "Is Your Ship of Matrimony on the Rocks", and George goes to talk to the psychiatrist author, who turns out to be a gorgeous female. 
24:30 

 
September 3, 1948 
Liz's Mother Has Second Thoughts 
John Hiestand, Bill Johnston. Liz's mother is all set to marry Houston oil man Dan Carson, but suddenly gets second thoughts. 
24:30 

 
September 10, 1948 
Liz Has Her Fortune Told 
John Hiestand, Hans Conried, Joseph Kearns. A swami at the Gypsy Tea Room predicts that one of Liz's old flames will reappear to menace her marriage 
24:30 

 
September 17, 1948 
Liz and the General 
John Hiestand, Hans Conried . Liz befriends her eccentric old neighbor, General Timberlake. 
24:30 

 
10 
September 24, 1948 
Knitting Baby Booties 
Hans Conried, Jean VanderPyl, Laurette Fillbrandt. Liz is knitting baby booties for an expectant friend, and George and Mr. Atterbury think Liz is pregnant. 
24:30 

 
11 
October 2, 1948 
Young Matron League Tryouts 
Show moves to Saturdays 7:00 - 7:30 pm John Hiestand, Hans Conried, Bea Benaderet, and Jean VanderPyl. Liz secretly tries out for a role in the Young Matron's League play in an attempt to impress visiting Hollywood director Anatole Brodney. 
29:58 

 
12 
October 9, 1948 
George's Old Flame 
John Hiestand, Jay Novello, Janet Scott, and Hans Conried. Instead of celebrating their tenth wedding anniversary, George takes Liz to a party to see his old flame, Myra Ponsonby. 
24:30 

 
13 
October 9, 1948 
Young Matrons' League Game 
John Hiestand, Hans Conried, Bea Benaderet. George not only finds out that Liz is in the Young Matron's League play -- he gets a role in it himself! 
24:30 

 
14 
October 16, 1948 
Liz Sells Dresses 
John Hiestand (as Cory Cartwright), Hans Conried, Bea Benaderet, Frank Nelson, and Sandra Gould Liz inadvertently returns a dress to a more expensive store than where she bought it, and makes money on the deal. So she decides to go into business buying dresses at one store and returning them at the other. 
24:30 

 
15 
October 23, 1948 
The Quiz Show 
John Hiestand (as Cory Cartwright), Hans Conried, Herb Vigran, and Frank Nelson. Liz and George need a new dishwasher, and Cory gets them a chance to win one on the radio quiz show, "His and Hers." 
24:30 

 
16 
October 30, 1948 
The Election 
Elvia Allman, Hans Conried, Frank Nelson, and Jean VanderPyl Liz and George run against each other in the Sheridan Falls City Council elections. 
24:30 

 
17 
November 6, 1948 
Katy and Roscoe 
Hans Conried, Bea Benaderet, Florence Halop, and Herb Vigran Katy's been writing letters to her old boyfriend Roscoe, telling him how wealthy she is. Now Roscoe is coming to visit, so Liz pretends that Katy is the lady of the house and that Liz is her maid. 
24:30 

 
18 
November 13, 1948 
Learning to Drive 
Aka: Liz's Driving license John Hiestand (as Cory Cartwright), Bea Benaderet, Frank Nelson, and Herb Vigran George teaches Liz to drive, and then Liz goes to get her driving license. Liz immediately gets in an accident, but through a communications mixup, George thinks Liz has intentionally run over George's high school girlfriend, Myra Ponsenby. 
24:30 

 
19 
November 20, 1948 
George Attends a Teen-Age Dance 
Barbara Eiler, Gil Stratton, and Erwin Lee Liz gives advice to her adolescent neighbor, Sally Hopkins, on how to snare the boy she likes, but her meddling only makes things worse. 
24:30 

 
20 
November 27, 1948 
Is There a Baby in the House? 
John Hiestand (as Cory Cartwright) and guests Hans Conried, Frank Nelson, Mary Lansing, and Jean VanderPyl. Liz goes over to meet the new neighbor and winds up minding a four-month old baby overnight. 
24:30 

 
21 
December 4, 1948 
Be Your Husband's Best Freind 
Hans Conried, Joe Kearns, and Jean VanderPyl. Liz buys a book that says that the way to get along with your husband is to share all of his interests. 
24:30 

 
22 
December 11, 1948 
Respective Mustaches 
Frank Nelson, Florence Halop, Joe Kearns, Frankie Albertson, Tommy Bernard, Ed Max, and Bea Benaderet Liz puts on a fake mustache to show George how ridiculous his real one looks, but by mistake she uses cement instead of spirit gum, and it won't come off. 
24:30 

 
23 
December 18, 1948 
Liz's New Dress 
Frank Nelson (as Sylvester), Joe Kearns (as Mr. Atterbury!), and Frances Chaney (as Marge) Liz is determined to have a new dress to wear to he Atterburys' party, even if she has to make it herself! 
24:30 

 
24 
December 26, 1948 
Numerology 
Program moves to Sunday for this program only (for Christmas Special) John Hiestand (as Cory Cartwright) and guests Frank Nelson (as Mr. Lawrence) and Jay Novello (as Mr. Curry) Mr. Curry, George and Liz's landlord, is raising the rent, supposedly on instructions from his late wife, Bernice. Liz figures that she can fix things with a crooked Ouija Board. 
24:30 

 
25 
January 1, 1949 
Young Matrons League Tryouts 
John Hiestand (as Cory Cartwright), Hans Conried, Jean VanderPyl, and Elvia Allman Liz secretly tries out for a role in the Young Matron's League play in an attempt to impress visiting Hollywood director Anatole Brodney. 
24:30 

 
26 
January 7, 1949 
Over Budget - Beans 
Show moves to Fridays 8:30 - 9:00 pm Frank Nelson, Parley Baer, Helen Burke, John Hiestand Liz goes over her budget again (by buying six cases of beans that are on special), and George cuts off her allowance. Soon they're eating nothing but beans, and the electricity and telephone have been disconnected. 
24:30 

 
27 
January 14, 1949 
Piano and Violin Lessons 
Hans Conried Liz find sher old piano in the attic,and decides to take piano lessons to prove to George how much musical talent she has 
24:30 

 
28 
January 21, 1949 
Marriage License Error 
Frank Nelson, Doris Singleton, Ted DeCorsia Liz and George find their marriage license, and discover that instead of "George H. Cooper," it says "George C. Hooper." Now Liz is convinced that she and George aren't legally married! 
24:30 

 
29 
January 28, 1949 
The Absolute Truth 
Joe Kearns, Jean VanderPyl Liz and George bet each other that they can each go for 24 hours without telling a lie. Even a little white one. 
24:30 

 
30 
February 4, 1949 
Speech For Civic Organization 
Frank Nelson, Steve Allen Liz, anxious to win the approval of an important dinner guest, simply agrees with everything he says. The guest is so impressed with her "intelligence" that he invites her to be a speaker at his next "civic forum." 
24:30 

 
31 
February 11, 1949 
Valentine's Day 
Hans Conried, Gale Gordon Katy, the Maid, is sweet on Mr. Dabney, the butcher, and Liz offers to help. But when Liz's valentine to George gets switched with her check to pay the butcher's bill, Mr. Dabney gets the wrong idea. Valentine's Day Program 
24:30 

 
32 
February 18, 1949 
Secretarial School 
Hans Conried George needs a new secretary, so Liz enrolls in secretarial school so she can fill the position 
24:30 

 
33 
February 25, 1949 
Adsentmindedness 
Florence Halop, Shirley Mitchell, Frank Nelson Liz goes to see a doctor about her absentmindedness, and then reports her car to be stolen when she forgets that George dropped her off at the doctor! 
24:30 

 
34 
March 4, 1949 
Mother-In-Law 
Gale Gordon & Bea Benaderet, but not as the Atterburys. Benaderet plays George's mother, and Gordon plays George's mother's boyfriend. George's mother comes to visit. Liz hopes to drive her out by spreading ragweed and other allergy-inducing plants around the house, but her plan backfires when George's mother starts dating her allergist. 
24:30 

 
35 
March 11, 1949 
Charity Review 
Gale Gordon (in his 1st appearance as George's boss, Mr. Atterbury), Gloria Blondell, Gerald Mohr. Mr. Atterbury asks George to work up a song and dance routine for the local Red Cross Charity Review. 
24:30 

 
36 
March 18, 1949 
Giveaway Program 
Frank Nelson. Liz never misses her favorite giveaway radio program - "Ring the Bell With Johnny O'Dell." She's convinced that she's going to get called on the phone and win the grand prize. 
24:30 

 
37 
March 25, 1949 
Old Jokes and Old Stories 
Gale Gordon, Bea Benaderet (in her 1st appearance as Iris Atterbury). Gale Gordon and Benaderet are semi-regulars from this point on, and are not listed as guests. Liz keeps stepping on George's punch lines during an evening with the Atterburys. George finally puts his foot down, and Liz promises from then on to obey his every command. Things are going fine until George somehow gets the mistaken idea that Liz is so upset with this new that she is planning to run off with the Atterburys' chauffer. 
24:30 

 
38 
April 1, 1949 
April Fool's Day 
Gerald Mohr, Jack Edwards, Jerry Hausner. As an April Fool's joke, Liz plans to plant a lipstick-smeared handkerchief in George's coat pocket. April Fool's Day program 
24:30 

 
39 
April 8, 1949 
Gum Machine - Demand Your Rights 
Hans Conried, Frank Nelson, Florence Halop, Johnny McGovern. George tells Liz that she needs to stand up for her rights and stop letting people push her around. So when Liz loses a penny in a broken gum machine, she vows to get her penny back no matter what the cost. 
24:30 

 
40 
April 15, 1949 
Horseback Riding 
Frank Nelson, Doris Singleton, Alan Reed, Pinto Colvig. George's co-chair for his horseback riding club's upcoming weekend breakfast ride has Liz so jealous that she's determined to overcome her fear of horses and learn to ride herself. 
24:30 

 
41 
April 22, 1949 
Time Budgeting 
Hans Conried. George is so fed up with Liz's being late for everything that he puts her on a strict schedule. 
24:30 

 
42 
April 29, 1949 
Vacation Time 
Frank Nelson, Wally Maher, Milton Stark. It's It's vacation time, and Liz and George have decidedly different plans. He wants to go camping with a trailer he borrowed from a friend, while she's set on a glamorous vacation at Moosehead Lodge. 
24:30 

 
43 
May 6, 1949 
Overweight 
Hans Conried, Peter Leeds. After viewing some old home movies, Liz and Iris decide to go on a diet. 
24:30 

 
44 
May 13, 1949 
Anniversary Presents 
Elvia Allman. George and Mr. Atterbury buy presents for their wives, and Iris's present, a mink coat, is delivered to Liz's house by mistake. 
24:30 

 
45 
May 20, 1949 
Getting Old 
Gerald Mohr. Scanning her old high school yearbook, Liz decides she's old, and everything George does to try to snap her out of it just makes things worse. 
24:30 

 
46 
May 27, 1949 
Liz in the Hospital 
Florence Halop, William Johnston, Jerry Hausner. The doctor pays a house call to see what's wrong with George, and discovers that Liz needs to have her tonsils removed! 
24:30 

 
47 
June 3, 1949 
Budget -- Mr. Atterbury 
Frank Nelson. Even with George's help, Liz can't balance her household account, until the bank mistakenly puts a thousand dollar deposit in Liz's checking account. 
24:30 

 
48 
June 10, 1949 
Hair Dyed 
Verna Felton, Ge Ge Pearson. Liz's gossiping hair stylist forgets what she's doing and mistakenly dyes Liz's hair black. Now nobody recognizes Liz, so she decides to pose as another woman and flirt with George to test his faithfulness. 
24:30 

 
49 
June 17, 1949 
Television 
Hans Conried, Frank Nelson, Mary Lansing, Alan Reed. Liz and George's visit to their next-door neighbors, the Stones, turns into a disaster when George tries to repair the Stones' new television set by himself. 
24:30 

 
50 
June 24, 1949 
Liz Changes Her Mind 
Hans Conried. Liz can't seem to follow through on anything without changing her mind. After George complains, Liz is determined to finish everything she starts, including an old unfinished letter that she finds in her desk, telling George she's leaving him. 
24:30 

 
51 
July 1, 1949 
Reminiscing 
Hans Conried, Frank Nelson. Liz is working on her scrapbook, and she and George reminisce about when Liz learned to drive and got her license, when Liz signed an affidavit swearing never to interrupt George's stories again, and when the butcher thought that Liz had a crush on him. 
24:30 

 
52 
September 2, 1949 
The Elves 
Hans Conried, Frank Nelson, Ann Whitfield. Liz and George arrive home from vacation to find that someone has been ordering strawberry ice cream from the milkman every day, and the pink trail leads to the doorstep of their new neighbors, Mr. & Mrs. Wood, and their ten children. 
24:30 

 
53 
September 9, 1949 
The Auction 
Wally Maher, Ann Whitfield. Liz promises to give up auctions, but goes to one anyway, then hides inside a grandfather clock to keep George and Rudolph from catching her at the auction house. 
24:30 

 
54 
September 16, 1949 
Baseball 
Hans Conried. Liz is determined not to be left out of the baseball game at the Annual Bank Outing, so she persuades her neighbor Mr. Wood to teach her how to play the game. 
24:30 

 
55 
September 23, 1949 
The Attic 
Hans Conried. George and Liz accidentally lock themselves in the attic, and Katy is gone for the day! 
24:30 

 
56 
September 30, 1949 
Woman's Club Election 
Hans Conried, Frank Nelson, Elvia Allman. Liz expects to be elected President of her women's club, but ends up as Treasurer. 
24:30 

 
57 
October 7, 1949 
George Tries For a Raise 
Frank Nelson. Liz tries every trick in the book to convince Mr. Atterbury to give George a raise. 
24:30 

 
58 
October 14, 1949 
Television 
Jay Novello, Wally Maher, Peter Leeds. Liz can't get George interested in getting a TV set, until they spend an evening at the Atterburys, who have one. 
24:30 

 
59 
October 21, 1949 
Superstition 
Frank Nelson, Anne Whitfield, Jerry Hausner. A chirping cricket in Liz and George's hearth is driving George crazy, but Liz is convinced that it means good luck. 
24:30 

 
60 
October 28, 1949 
Halloween Surprise Party 
Hans Conried, Jay Novello. The Atterburys decide to throw a Halloween surprise party for Liz and George, but Liz hears about their party and thinks that she and George just weren't invited. Halloween Program 
24:30 

 
61 
November 4, 1949 
Mother-In-Law 
Hans Conried, Eleanor Audley, Peter Leeds. George's mother decides to move to Sheridan Falls to be close to George, and moves in with Liz and George while she is looking for an apartment. 
24:30 

 
62 
November 11, 1949 
Baby Sitting 
Hans Conried, Jack Kruschen. Liz takes up baby sitting to earn money for George's Christmas present. 
24:30 

 
63 
November 18, 1949 
Katy and Mr. Negley 
Jay Novello, Frank Nelson, Rolfe Sedan. After dating Mr. Negley, the postman, for three years, Katy feels that their relationship is not going anywhere, so she enlists Liz's help. 
24:30 

 
64 
November 25, 1949 
The Quiz Show 
Hans Conried, Frank Nelson, Hal March. Liz and George a new dishwasher, and their neighbor Mr. Wood gets them a chance to win one on the radio quiz show, "His and Hers." 
24:30 

 
65 
December 2, 1949 
College Homecoming 
Dick Crenna, Jerry Hausner. George and Rudolph get invitations to Homecoming Weekend at their alma mater, State U., and now they've both got "college-itis." 
24:30 

 
66 
December 9, 1949 
The French Lessons 
Hal March, Joe Kearns. Liz and Iris are humiliated when they can't read the menu at a French restaurant, so they decide to take French lessons. 
24:30 

 
67 
December 16, 1949 
George's Christmas Presents 
Eleanor Audley, Frank Nelson. Liz vows to finish knitting George a sweater by Christmas. Christmas Program 
24:30 

 
68 
December 23, 1949 
The Sleigh Ride 
Frank Nelson, Hans Conried, Jay Novello, Peter Leeds. Liz is so full of old-fashioned Christmas spirit that she borrows an antique sleigh from a local antique store and goes caroling. Christmas Program 
24:30 

 
69 
December 30, 1949 
Liz and George Are Handcuffed 
Hans Conried, Hal March, Johnny McGovern. Liz is playing "cops and robbers" with little Tommy Wood from next door, and lets him handcuff her and George with what turn out to be real handcuffs! 
24:30 

 
70 
January 6, 1950 
Is There Another Woman? 
Liz buys a book that tells the danger signs to look out for to tell if your husband is being unfaithful, and George has them all! 
24:30 

 
71 
January 13, 1950 
Liz Teaches Iris to Drive 
Frank Nelson. The Atterburys have bought a new car, but Rudolph refuses to teach Iris how to drive. But Liz readily volunteers to be Iris's driving instructor. 
24:30 

 
72 
January 20, 1950 
Liz and the Green Wig 
Hal March, Sam Hearn. To save money, Gorge forbids Liz to go to the beauty parlor. 
24:30 

 
73 
January 27, 1950 
Liz Writes a Song 
Hans Conried, Hal March, Norma Zimmer. Liz is convinced that she is a musical talent, but when a music professor tells her she'll never be a singer, she decides to take up songwriting. 
24:30 

 
74 
February 3, 1950 
The Country Club Dance 
Dick Crenna, Sam Edwards, Leone Ledoux. Liz and Iris tell George and Rudolph that if the boys won't take them to the Country Club Dance, then the girls will go anyway, with somebody else! 
24:30 

 
75 
February 10, 1950 
Mrs. Coopers Boyfriend 
Eleanor Audley (as George's mother), Hans Conried, Hal March, Frank Nelson. Liz decides that the only way to keep George's mother from coming over so often is to get her a boyfriend. 
24:30 

 
76 
February 17, 1950 
Liz Teaches the Samba 
Dick Crenna, Jim Backus. George talks Liz into teaching Wally, the son of the bank's newest director, Mr. Forsyte, how to dance the Samba, and Wally gets a crush on Liz. This is a rewrite of Episode #5 (8/5/48) -- the first episode Madelyn Pugh and Bob Carroll Jr. ever wrote for Lucy. 
24:30 

 
77 
February 24, 1950 
Liz Redecorates the House 
Hans Conried, GeGe Pearson. Liz wants to hire the town's new interior decorator, Andrew, to redecorate her house, but George tells her she'll have to do the job all by herself. 
24:30 

 
78 
March 3, 1950 
Women's Rights Part 1 
Joe Forte. Liz and Iris are excited about the equal rights amendment. 
24:30 

 
79 
March 10, 1950 
Women's Rights Part 2 
Frank Nelson, Elvia Allman. Liz and Iris have bet George and Rudolph that they can hold down a job, and the boys have bet the girls that they can take care of the housework and cooking. 
24:30 

 
80 
March 17, 1950 
The Wills 
Herb Vigran. After Liz and George make out their wills, Liz is convinced that George intends to do away with her. 
24:30 

 
81 
March 24, 1950 
Liz's Radio Script 
Mary Jane Croft. Liz's entry is a finalist in a playwriting contest, and George, Liz, Iris, and Rudolph perform it on the local radio station. 
24:30 

 
82 
April 2, 1950 
April Fool 
Show moves to Sundays 6:00 - 6:30 pm. Hans Conried, Hal March. Liz and George get into an escalating battle of April Fool jokes. April Fool's Day program 
24:30 

 
83 
April 9, 1950 
Hobbies 
Arthur Q. Bryan, Jack Moyles. Liz and Iris are tired of waiting at home on weekends while George and Rudolph are at the golf course, so they decide to leave half-smoked cigars around the house to make the boys jealous. 
24:30 

 
84 
April 16, 1950 
Anniversary 
Hans Conried. Liz convinces George to celebrate their wedding anniversary by reliving "the happiest day of her life"--when George proposed. But in the meantime Liz insists on pretending that she and George aren't married! 
24:30 

 
85 
April 23, 1950 
The Friendship Award 
Frank Nelson. Liz and Iris make an appearance on a television show celebrating Friendship Week. Their friendship is tested, though, when they discover they've bought the same dress for the occasion. 
24:30 

 
86 
April 30, 1950 
Spring Cleaning 
Liz sends George an anonymous love letter that she wrote to him during his bachelor days, and he thinks its from his secretary, Gladys. 
24:30 

 
87 
May 7, 1950 
The Health Farm 
Elvia Allman. Liz and Iris are fed up with their husbands taking them for granted, so they check in to "Fataway Farm". 
24:30 

 
88 
May 14, 1950 
Numerology 
Hans Conried, Jay Novello, and Hal March. Mr. Curry, George and Liz's landlord, is raising the rent, supposedly on instructions from his late wife, Bernice. Liz figures that she can fix things with a crooked Ouija Board. 
24:30 

 
89 
May 21, 1950 
Mrs. Cooper Thinks Liz Is Pregnant 
Eleanor Audley. Liz tells George's mother that she's ill so the older Mrs. Cooper won't try to come to Liz's bridge game, but George's Mother thinks Liz is really pregnant, and tells all of Liz's friends what she thinks. 
24:30 

 
90 
May 28, 1950 
Selling Dresses 
Hans Conried, Florence Halop, Vivi Janiss, Barney Phillips. Liz inadvertently returns a dress to a more expensive store than where she bought it, and makes money on the deal. So she decides to go into business buying dresses at one store and returning them at the other. 
24:30 

 
91 
June 4, 1950 
George Is Messy 
Eleanor Audley (as George's mother), Doris Singleton (as Grace Davis), and Harry Bartell (as the drunk). Liz is fed up with George's messy habits around the house, so she draws a line down the middle of the living room and divides the house in two--her half and his. 
24:30 

 
92 
June 11, 1950 
Liz Learns to Swim 
Hans Conried, Herb Vigran. George makes a bargain with Liz: If she'll learn to swim, they can go to the beach with the Atterburys for their vacation. 
24:30 

 
93 
June 18, 1950 
Be a Pal 
Hans Conried. Professor Millmoss, a speaker at Liz's women's club, convinces Liz that the way to have a happy marriage is for her to be interested in everything that interests George. 
24:30 

 
94 
June 25, 1950 
Dancing Lessons 
Veola Von, Hal March, Peter Leeds. After an embarrassing evening at a local night club, the girls arrange for the boys to take dancing lessons. 
24:30 

 
95 
September 2, 1950 
Old Clothes Sold to the Junkman 
Hans Conried. Liz and Iris sell their husbands' old clothes to the junkman. Show moves to Saturdays 9:30 - 10:00 pm 
24:30 

 
96 
September 9, 1950 
Gossip 
Jerry Hausner. The boys bet the girls $25 that the girls will be caught gossiping before the boys are, then pretend to talk in their sleep about a juicy story, which they made up. 
24:30 

 
97 
September 16, 1950 
Movies 
Bob Lemond. The Coopers and the Atterburys get in an argument after they can't agree on what movie to go to together. Liz plans to get them all to make up by having everyone meet at the Green Room, where George is supposed to be having a drink with "an old college team-mate," who turns out to be his college friend Betty Lou Williams. 
24:30 

 
98 
September 23, 1950 
The Fuller Brush Show 
Frank Nelson, Jack Moyles Given an ultimatum by George to put her household accounts in order or else, Liz gets a job as a Fuller Brush Girl. Inspired by the motion picture The Fuller Brush Girl, in which Lucille Ball was starring at the time this show aired. 
24:30 

 
99 
September 30, 1950 
Liz Changes Her Mind 
Frank Nelson Liz can't seem to follow through on anything without changing her mind. After George complains about this, Liz is determined to finish everything she starts, including an old unfinished letter that she finds in her desk, telling George that she's leaving him. 
24:30 

 
100 
October 7, 1950 
Liz Becomes a Sculptress 
Hans Conried Liz decides that she needs a hobby, and the proprietor of the local arts & crafts store convinces her she's a natural artistic genius when it comes to sculpting clay 
24:30 

 
101 
October 14, 1950 
Liz Cooks Dinner For Twelve 
Eleanor Audley, Dick Crenna George has invited ten dinner guests on Katy's day off, and Liz is determined to prove to George's mother that she can prepare a dinner for twelve without any help. 
24:30 

 
102 
October 21, 1950 
Safety Drive 
Elvia Allman, Sheldon Leonard When Liz gets a traffic ticket on the day George is "Safety Week" chairman, George decides to lock the car in the garage and hide the key. 
24:30 

 
103 
October 28, 1950 
The Football Game 
Frank Nelson, GeGe Pearson, Jerry Hausner Liz and Iris are determined not to go to the annual State U. homecoming football game with the boys, until the boys tell them they aren't planning to take them along this time. 
24:30 

 
104 
November 4, 1950 
The Two Mrs. Coopers 
Elvia Allman, Jay Novello, GeGe Pearson Liz gets a bill from Miller's Department Store that was meant for another Mrs. George Cooper, and now she's convinced that George is a bigamist. 
24:30 

 
105 
November 11, 1950 
Vacation From Marriage 
Jerry Hausner Liz reads article that suggests married couples should spend time away from each other to reinvigorate their marriage, so Liz and Iris plan a weekend away from the George and Rudolph. 
24:30 

 
106 
November 18, 1950 
Liz Goes to Night School 
Aka: "Balancing the Checkbook" Frank Nelson, Shimen Ruskin After listening to Liz explain how she balances her checkbook, George sends her to night school to learn arithmetic. 
24:30 

 
107 
November 25, 1950 
Liz's Birthday 
GeGe Pearson George forgets Liz's birthday, and what's worse, when she sends an anonymous reminder that it's someone's birthday, George thinks it's his mother's. 
24:30 

 
108 
December 2, 1950 
Trying to Marry Off Peggy Martin 
Hans Conried, Sandra Gould, Leone Ledoux Liz tries to play matchmaker for Peggy Martin with one of George's clients, but both the client and George think that Liz is going after the guy for herself. 
24:30 

 
109 
December 9, 1950 
Trying to Cash the Prize Check 
Frank Nelson, Bobby Jellison, Wally Maher, Jerry Hausner, Sandra Gould Liz goes on the radio quiz show, "Everybody Wins," and wins a check for $500, but she only gets to keep it if she can cash it within 25 minutes, and the banks are closed! 
24:30 

 
110 
December 16, 1950 
Christmas Card Pictures 
Jay Novello Liz and George have their pictures taken for their Chritmas cards, but then can't agree on which shot to use. Christmas Program 
24:30 

 
111 
December 23, 1950 
The Christmas Stag 
Liz Plays Santa. Christmas Program 
24:30 

 
112 
December 30, 1950 
Liz Has the Flimjabs 
Frank Nelson Liz fakes illness in an effort to convince George to buy her a mink coat. 
24:30 

 
113 
January 6, 1951 
Liz Substitutes At a Club Play 
Mary Shipp, Herb Vigran Liz is determined to play the lead in the women's club play, even if she has to keep the leading lady from showing up. There's only one problem: Liz has learned the lines for the wrong play! 
24:30 

 
114 
January 13, 1951 
The Cuckoo Clock 
Hans Conried, GeGe Pearson, June Foray, Ken Christy Liz bought George's Christmas present, a cuckoo clock, with a rubber check, and now she needs to figure out a way to make good on it so the store owner won't repossess the clock. 
29:46 

 
115 
January 20, 1951 
Liz Streches the Truth 
Shirley Mitchell, Alan Reed Liz's exaggerations become so bad that George cuts off Liz's allowance until she can prove that she can consistently tell nothing but the truth 
24:30 

 
116 
January 27, 1951 
George Is Drafted - Liz's Baby 
George gets a letter asking him to serve on the local draft board, and Liz thinks he's been drafted 
24:30 

 
117 
February 3, 1951 
Liz Develops Inferiority Complex 
 
24:40 

 
117 
February 3, 1951 
Liz's Inferiority Complex 
Alan Reed After messing up a joke, bombing at bridge, and lousing up George's breakfast, Liz develops an inferiority complex 
24:30 

 
118 
February 10, 1951 
The Misunderstanding of the Black Eye 
Bobby Jellison (as the florist), Lester Jay When Iris and Rudolph ask where Liz got her black eye, Liz jokingly answers "Oh, George slugged me," and now they won't believe any other explanation 
24:30 

 
119 
February 17, 1951 
Renewal of Driver's License 
Frank Nelson (as the policeman) Liz drives downtown, forgetting her license has expired, and gets a parking ticket from a policeman who wants to see her license. 
24:30 

 
120 
February 24, 1951 
The Two Mothers-In-Law 
Eleanor Audley (as George's mother), Sarah Selby, Shimen Ruskin When George's mother comes to stay at the Cooper residence for a while, Liz decides to fight fire with fire, and invites HER mother to come as well 
24:30 

 
121 
March 3, 1951 
The Passports 
Sarah Selby, Jerry Hausner Liz is all set to get her passport and join George on a trip to Paris, until she discovers that the Hall of Records has no record of her birth! 
24:30 

 
122 
March 10, 1951 
The Surprise Party 
Elvia Allman, Shirley Mitchell Iris lets slip that one of Liz's friends is throwing a party Saturday night, and Liz and George aren't invited. But which friend is it? 
24:30 

 
123 
March 17, 1951 
Liz Hires a New Secretary For George 
Janet Waldo, Viola Vonn, GeGe Pearson, Frances Chaney Liz takes one look at George's young, pretty new secretary and decides that he needs a new one--to be selected by Liz 
24:30 

 
124 
March 24, 1951 
Iris and Liz's Easter 
Frank Nelson, Shirley Mitchell The boys make a deal with the girls-if Liz and Iris can slim down to the same dress size they wore ten years ago, George and Rudolph will buy each of them a whole new Easter outfit Easter Program 
24:30 

 
125 
March 31, 1951 
April Fool Joke 
Aka: "The Silk Stokings" Cliff Arquette, GeGe Pearson Rudolph's April Fool's joke on George--putting a silk stocking in his coat pocket for Liz to find--backfires when Iris finds the other stocking in RUDOLPH's coat pocket. Final Program of the Series. April Fool's Day Program 
24:30 

 
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