The Honeymooners Lost Episodes season 1

The Honeymooners Lost Episodes season 1. Actually, not, so much lost as “not seen on TV for a while”. Starring the usual cast: Jackie Gleason, Art Carney, Audrey Meadows, Joyce Randolph.

  1. Ralph’s Sweet Tooth. Ralph has been selected to appear on a live commercial for a candy bar, only to develop a sweets-induced toothache the night before the broadcast. Originally aired September 25, 1954.
  2. Game Called on Account of Marriage. Ralph has tickets to the World Series the same day he is to attend Alice’s sister’s wedding. October 2, 1954
  3. Love Letter. Ralph finds a love letter he wrote to Alice years ago and believes it was sent to her by another man. Originally aired October 16, 1954.
  4. The People’s Choice. When Ralph becomes a local hero after helping to capture “Bullets” Durgan, he is seduced by a couple of crooked political bosses into running for the city council. Originally aired October 23, 1954.
  5. Battle of the Sexes. Following domestic spats, Ed moves in with Ralph and Alice moves in with Trixie. Originally aired November 13, 1954.
  6. Teamwork Beat the Clock. Ralph and Alice are contestants on Beat the Clock. Featuring Bud Collyer. Originally aired November 20, 1954.
  7. The Brother-in-Law. Bad advice from Ralph’s brother-in-law results in the Kramdens and Nortons investing in a run-down hotel. Originally aired November 27, 1954.
  8. The Songwriters. Ralph and Norton form a songwriting partnership. Originally aired December 11, 1954.
  9. Santa and the Bookies. Originally aired December 18, 1954.
  10. Kramden vs. Norton. Ralph sues Norton over a television set which Norton won in a raffle. Originally aired January 15, 1955.
  11. A Promotion. Ralph receives a promotion but a mishap causes him to be labeled as a thief after his first day on the job. Originally aired January 22, 1955.
  12. The Hypnotist. Ralph tries to hypnotize Alice into telling him where her secret stash of money is hidden. Originally aired January 29, 1955.
  13. The Cupid. Ralph tries to set up a lonely friend on a blind date, but local gossip leads Alice to believe that Ralph is the one on the prowl. Originally aired February 5, 1955.
  14. A Little Man Who Wasn’t There. Ralph visits a psychiatrist in order to control his short temper, but the shrink tells Ralph to sever his friendship with Norton. Originally aired February 12, 1955.
  15. Hero. Ralph makes idle boasts to a fatherless boy who idolizes him. Originally aired February 19, 1955.
  16. The Great Jewel Robbery. Ralph takes up a collection to buy an expensive watch as a wedding present for his boss’s daughter, but Alice finds the watch and thinks it is a birthday present for her. Originally aired February 26, 1955.
  17. Peacemaker. Ralph loses a night’s sleep trying to patch up a quarrel between Ed and Trixie. Originally aired March 5, 1955.
  18. The Adoption. Ralph and Alice adopt a baby. Originally aired March 26, 1955.
  19. Stars Over Flatbush. Ralph and Norton take an interest in astrology. Originally aired April 2, 1955.
  20. One Big Happy Family. The Kramdens and Nortons decide to save money by moving in together. Originally aired April 9, 1955.
  21. A Weighty Problem. Ralph must lose weight fast in order to pass a bus company physical. Originally aired April 16, 1955.
  22. Boys and Girls Together. The wives demand that the boys spend more time with them so Ralph and Norton scheme to exhaust the girls with a wild night on the town. Originally aired April 23, 1955.
  23. Principal of the Thing. When the building landlord (Jack Benny) refuses to make repairs to his apartment, Ralph withholds rent and does the redecorating on his own. Originally aired April 30, 1955.
  24. Songs and Witty Sayings. The gang rehearse their acts for a local talent show. Originally aired May 14, 1955.
  25. Letter to the Boss. Remake of sketch originally broadcast on November 14, 1953. Originally aired May 21, 1955.
  26. Stand in for Murder. Remake of sketch originally broadcast on April 17, 1954. Originally aired June 4, 1955.
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