In the follow-up to 'I Love Lucy,' Lucille Ball plays widow Lucy Carmichael, a mother of two children who shares a home with divorced friend Vivian Bagley (Vivian Vance of 'I Love Lucy' fame). Carmichael is always scheming—dragging Vivian along with her—and grappling with comic complications related to life on her own and serving as secretary to the grumpy and demanding Mr. Mooney.
Lucy and Viv decide they need an extra room where they can entertain visitors.
Viv trips over one of Jerry's toys and suffers a minor injury. She's upset to learn Lucy actually thinks she might sue over this little mishap. To teach her a lesson, Viv exaggerates her injury and runs the redhead ragged with demands.
Lucy and Viv try to replace the TV antenna on the roof.
Lucy isn't interested in her blind date, a classical violinist, until he hits it off with Viv. In her frantic effort to impress her date with her false love of chamber music, she accidentally slams his hand in the piano lid.
Lucy takes a secretarial temp job so she can afford a bicycle for Jerry. In short order, she's flooded the office in a water cooler mishap. When she's sent on an errand run, she accidentally destroys her suit. Only Lucy would think to borrow a kangaroo costume to finish her route.
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