Here's Lucy




Here's Lucy Cast


Series Description

The Here's Lucy TV show was a 30 minute comedy series on CBS that starred the Queen of comedy, Lucille Ball as another ditsy, red-headed, goofball, trouble-finding character like those that audiences had come to love. In this rendition, Lucy Carter was a widow with two children who worked at an employment agency for her boss who also happened to be her brother-in-law. It's not hard to imagine what the episodes focused on if you've seen any other Lucille Ball episode. Lucy broke things, said the wrong things, misrepresented herself, etc. and then spent the remainder of the episode trying to fix it but she usually just made things worse.

Here's Lucy Cast

Lucille Ball .... Lucy Carter
Gale Gordon .... Harrison Otis "Harry" Carter
Desi Arnaz Jr. .... Craig Carter
Lucie Arnaz .... Kim Carter
Vanda Barra .... Vanda
Sid Gould .... Sam


Here's Lucy Trivia

If you're a Lucille Ball fan, you might want to check out our other Lucy pages: "I Love Lucy", "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour", and "The Lucy Show".

Here's Lucy is often considered to be a continuation of "The Lucy Show" but there were enough changes to consider them to be two different series. Here's Lucy did begin the very next season after The Lucy Show ended, they were both on CBS, the time slot did not change, Gale Gordon remained as Lucy's boss, and both of Lucille Ball's characters were widows with two kids. The changes included Lucy's name changing from Carmichael to Carter, the actor and actress who played her kids were changed to Lucille Ball's real-life children, the setting changed from Connecticut to California, and Gale Gordon's character also had a new name and career.

Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr. also appeared with their mom (and dad) before joining the cast of Here's Lucy. They very briefly can be seen on the very last "I Love Lucy" episode titled, "The Ricardos Dedicate A Statue" (aka: "Lucy Dedicates A Statue").

Lucille Ball is known for her red hair but her original color was actually brown. During her early days in "B" movies she changed to blonde like many actresses of the day, and then she finally became a redhead!

Desi Arnaz Jr. portrayed his real-life father in the movie, "The Mambo Kings" that starred Armand Assante and Antonio Banderas.

Lucy Arnaz got her own series in 1985, appropriately titled, "The Lucy Arnaz Show" but it only lasted a few months. Desi Arnaz Jr. got a starring role in 1983 on a series titled, "Automan" that also only lasted a short twelve episodes.

It's ironic that some critics talk like Here's Lucy was a major failure! It was undoubtedly the least popular "Lucy" series but they're comparing it to some of the most successful series of all time! Here's Lucy got off to a slow start but by the third season it was the #3 show on the air! It never fell out of the top fifteen during the first five seasons! If that's not a success, then nearly every show ever on TV was a failure!

Vivian Vance who had been a regular cast member on every Lucille Ball TV series until Here's Lucy did appear as a guest star on six episodes.

Lucille Ball broke her leg in a skiing accident just before the fifth season of Here's Lucy so she simply had the writers come up with messes she could get into because she was in a cast and the show went on!


Episodes List With Original Air Dates

Season 1
  1. Mod, Mod Lucy (9/23/1968)
  2. Lucy Visits Jack Benny (9/30/1968)
  3. Lucy the Process Server (10/7/1968)
  4. Lucy and Miss Shelly Winters (10/14/1968)
  5. Lucy the Conclusion Jumper (10/21/1968)
  6. Lucy's Impossible Mission (10/28/1968)
  7. Lucy and Eva Gabor (11/11/1968)
  8. Lucy's Birthday (11/18/1968)
  9. Lucy Sells Craig to Wayne Newton (11/25/1968)
  10. Lucy's Working Daughter (12/2/1968)
  11. Guess Who Owes Lucy $23.50? (12/9/1968)
  12. Lucy the Matchmaker (12/16/1968)
  13. Lucy and the Gold Rush (12/30/1968)
  14. Lucy the Fixer (1/6/1969)
  15. Lucy and the Ex-Con (1/13/1969)
  16. Lucy Goes on Strike (1/20/1969)
  17. Lucy and Carol Burnett (1/27/1969)
  18. Lucy and the Great Airport Chase (2/3/1969)
  19. A Date for Lucy (2/10/1969)
  20. Lucy the Shopping Expert (2/17/1969)
  21. Lucy Gets Her Man (2/24/1969)
  22. Lucy's Safari (3/3/1969)
  23. Lucy and Tennessee Ernie's Fun Farm (3/10/1969)
  24. Lucy Helps Craig Get a Driver's License (3/17/1969)
Season 2
  1. Lucy Joins the Air Force Academy Part One (9/22/1969)
  2. Lucy Joins the Air Force Academy - Part Two (9/29/1969)
  3. Lucy and the Indian Chief (10/6/1969)
  4. Lucy Runs the Rapids (10/13/1969)
  5. Lucy and Harry's Tonsils (10/20/1969)
  6. Lucy and the Andrews Sisters (10/27/1969)
  7. Lucy's Burglar Alarm (11/3/1969)
  8. Lucy at the Drive-In Movie (11/10/1969)
  9. Lucy and the Used Car Dealer (11/17/1969)
  10. Lucy the Cement Worker (11/24/1969)
  11. Lucy and Johnny Carson (12/1/1969)
  12. Lucy and the Generation Gap (12/8/1969)
  13. Lucy and the Bogie Affair (12/15/1969)
  14. Lucy Protects Her Job (12/22/1969)
  15. Lucy the Helpful Mother (12/29/1969)
  16. Lucy and Liberace (1/5/1970)
  17. Lucy the Laundress (1/12/1970)
  18. Lucy and Lawrence Welk (1/19/1970)
  19. Lucy and Viv Visit Tijuana (1/26/1970)
  20. Lucy and Ann-Margret (2/2/1970)
  21. Lucy and Wally Cox (2/9/1970)
  22. Lucy and Wayne Newton (2/16/1970)
  23. Lucy Takes Over (2/23/1970)
  24. Lucy and Carol Burnett (3/2/1970)
Season 3
  1. Lucy Meets the Burtons (9/14/1970)
  2. Lucy the Skydiver (9/21/1970)
  3. Lucy and Sammy Davis, Jr. (9/28/1970)
  4. Lucy and the Drum Contest (10/5/1970)
  5. Lucy the Crusader (10/12/1970)
  6. Lucy, the Coed (10/19/1970)
  7. Lucy, the American Mother (10/26/1970)
  8. Lucy's Wedding Party (11/2/1970)
  9. Lucy Cuts Vincent's Price (11/9/1970)
  10. Lucy, the Diamond Cutter (11/16/1970)
  11. Lucy and Jack Benny's Biography (11/23/1970)
  12. Lucy and Rudy Vallee (11/30/1970)
  13. Lucy Loses Her Cool (12/7/1970)
  14. Lucy - Part-Time Wife (12/14/1970)
  15. Lucy and Ma Parker (12/21/1970)
  16. Lucy Stops a Marriage (12/28/1970)
  17. Lucy's Vacation (1/4/1971)
  18. Lucy and the 20-20 Vision (1/12/1971)
  19. Lucy and the Raffle (1/18/1971)
  20. Lucy's House Guest, Harry (1/25/1971)
  21. Lucy and Aladdin's Lamp (2/1/1971)
  22. Lucy and Carol Burnett (2/8/1971)
  23. Lucy's Goes Hawaiian - Part 1 (2/15/1971)
  24. Lucy's Goes Hawaiian - Part 2 (2/22/1971)
Season 4
  1. Lucy and Flip Go Legit (9/13/1971)
  2. Lucy and the Mountain Climber (9/20/1971)
  3. Lucy and the Italian Bombshell (9/27/1971)
  4. Lucy and Mannix Are Held Hostage (10/4/1971)
  5. Lucy and the Astronauts (10/11/1971)
  6. Lucy Makes a Few Extra Dollars (10/18/1971)
  7. Someone's On the Ski Lift with Dinah (10/25/1971)
  8. Lucy and Her All-Nun Band (11/1/1971)
  9. Lucy and the Celebrities (11/15/1971)
  10. Won't You Calm Down, Dan Dailey? (11/15/1971)
  11. Ginger Rogers Comes to Tea (11/22/1971)
  12. Lucy Helps David Frost Go Night-Night (11/29/1971)
  13. Lucy in the Jungle (12/6/1971)
  14. Lucy and Candid Camera (12/13/1971)
  15. Lucy's Lucky Day (12/20/1971)
  16. Lucy's Bonus Bounces (12/27/1971)
  17. Lucy and the Little Old Lady (1/3/1972)
  18. Lucy and the Chinese Curse (1/10/1972)
  19. Lucy's Replacement (1/17/1972)
  20. Kim Moves Out (1/24/1972)
  21. Lucy Sublets the Office (1/31/1972)
  22. Lucy's Punctured Romance (2/7/1972)
  23. With Viv as a Friend, Who Needs an Enemy? (2/14/1972)
  24. Kim Finally Cuts You-Know-Who's Apron Strings (2/21/1972)
Season 5
  1. Lucy's Big Break (9/11/1972)
  2. Lucy and Eva Gabor Are Hospital Roomies (9/18/1972)
  3. Harrison Carter, Male Nurse (9/25/1972)
  4. A Home Is Not An Office (10/2/1972)
  5. Lucy and Joe Namath (10/9/1972)
  6. The Case of the Reckless Wheelchair Driver (10/16/1972)
  7. Lucy, the Other Woman (10/23/1972)
  8. Lucy and Petula Clark (10/30/1972)
  9. Lucy and Jim Bailey (11/6/1972)
  10. Lucy and Dirty Gertie (11/13/1972)
  11. Lucy and Donny Osmond (11/20/1972)
  12. Lucy and Her Prince Charming (11/27/1972)
  13. My Fair Buzzi (12/11/1972)
  14. Lucy and the Group Encounter (12/18/1972)
  15. Lucy Is Really In a Pickle (1/1/1973)
  16. Lucy Goes on Her Last Blind Date (1/8/1973)
  17. Lucy and Her Genuine Twimby (1/15/1973)
  18. Lucy Goes to Prison (1/22/1973)
  19. Lucy and the Professor (1/29/1973)
  20. Lucy and the Franchise Fiasco (2/5/1973)
  21. Lucy and Harry's Pot (2/12/1973)
  22. The Not So Popular Mechanics (2/19/1973)
  23. Goodbye, Mrs. Hips (2/26/1973)
  24. Lucy and Harry's Memoirs (3/5/1973)
Season 6
  1. Lucy and Danny Thomas (9/10/1973)
  2. The Big Game (9/17/1973)
  3. Lucy, the Peacemaker (9/24/1973)
  4. Lucy the Wealthy Widow (10/1/1973)
  5. The Bow-Wow Boutique (10/8/1973)
  6. Lucy Gives Eddie Albert the Old Song and Dance (10/15/1973)
  7. Lucy's Tenant (10/22/1973)
  8. Lucy and Andy Griffith (10/29/1973)
  9. Lucy and Joan Rivers Do Jury Duty (11/5/1973)
  10. Tipsy Through the Tulips (11/12/1973)
  11. The Carters Meet Frankie Avalon (11/19/1973)
  12. Harry Catches Gold Fever (12/3/1973)
  13. Lucy and Chuck Connors Have a Surprise Slumber Party (12/17/1973)
  14. Lucy Plays Cops and Robbers (12/31/1973)
  15. Lucy is a Bird Sitter (1/7/1974)
  16. Meanwhile, Back at the Office (1/14/1974)
  17. Lucy is N.G. as an R.N. (1/21/1974)
  18. Lucy, the Sheriff (1/28/1974)
  19. Milton Berle is the Life of the Party (2/11/1974)
  20. Mary Jane's Boyfriend (2/18/1974)
  21. Lucy and Phil Harris Strike Up the Band (2/25/1974)
  22. Lucy Carter Meets Lucille Ball (3/4/1974)
  23. Where is My Wandering Mother Tonight? (3/11/1974)
  24. Lucy Fights the System (3/18/1974)




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