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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.

Videos

Lucy, the Baby Sitter

Wanting a break from the bank and to make some extra money, Lucy visits an employment agency and lands a job as a babysitter. Little does she know that the babies are actually chimps!

Viv Visits Lucy

Recently married Vivian leaves Danfield to visit Lucy. When Viv tells Lucy about a friend's son, who's now sporting long hair, a guitar and a clock earring, the duo decide to dress up as hippies and set off to Sunset Strip to find "Itchy" and rescue him from the underworld.

Lucy's Substitute Secretary

Lucy is preparing to go on vacation, but she has a change of heart when her substitute secretary turns out to be an attractive blonde whom Mr. Mooney really likes. Lucy secretly doesn't go on vacation, and spies on them in various disguises.

Lucy and Pat Collins

With Mr. Mooney suffering from insomnia, Lucy takes him to see Pat Collins, the "hip hypnotist," at a local club. She gets Mooney and Lucy onstage and has the two portray Laurel and Hardy. She also plants a post-hypnotic suggestion in Mr. Mooney that will give him a little sleep. Naturally, Lucy will inadvertently trigger Mooney's sleep cue at the most inopportune moments.

Lucy and John Wayne

When Mr. Mooney sends Lucy to the movie studio to deliver papers regarding the financing of John Wayne's new film, she ignores his warning not to bother Mr. Wayne and soon becomes a menace on the film set.

Quizzes

Which TV shows featured these 16 Santa Clauses?

Name the series that featured these St. Nicks.

Name these 13 Sixties sitcoms by a single frame

Test your memory of classic opening credits.

Which TV character wore this Halloween costume?

Can you spot these actors in disguise?

Quiz: Can you name the TV show from one frame of the closing credits?

Try to guess the classic series from one picture from the credits roll.

Can you guess the TV character's profession?

Clock in to this quiz to guess the 9 to 5 job of your favorite TV characters.

Can you name the TV show by its adorable dog?

How well do you know your Hollywood canines?

Can you guess the TV show based on the house?

How well do you know the homes of your favorite TV characters?

Can we guess which classic TV character you're most like?

We bet we can tell which TV character best matches your personality.

Can you guess the show based on one frame from the opening credits?

We give you one frame, you have to guess the show. Good luck!

Can we guess your favorite TV show?

Let's see if we can find it out based on 10 simple questions.

Can you name the TV father from a picture of his children?

We show you a picture of TV children. You name their daddy.

2 Truths and a Lie

Show us how much you know about your favorite TV stars. Can you spot the lie among the truths?

Can you guess which network originally broadcast these TV shows?

Remember when there were only three TV networks to choose from?

Can you guess which classic TV shows these studios made?

Do you remember what came after the closing credits?

Which 1960s TV show has the highest rating on IMDb?

Does Andy, Gilligan, or Lucy have the higher rating?

Which classic TV mom is most like yours?

Is your mom more like a Carol Brady or Thelma Harper?

Can you guess the TV show based on a single frame?

How well do you pay attention to your favorite TV shows?

What '70s TV character are you based on your zodiac sign?

Are you more of a Fonzie, Hawkeye, Marcia or Kojak?

Which famous TV episodes were watched by more people?

Do you know which series finales had the higher ratings? The answers may surprise you!

Quiz: Which actor appeared in more episodes?

Who appeared more on your favorite TV shows? The answers may surprise you!

Can you guess the address for these TV characters?

Do you remember where your favorite TV families lived?

Which TV Show Came First?

Can you guess which show premiered first?

Which '60s TV Character are you based on your zodiac sign?

The stars have aligned to tell you which '60s TV character you resemble the most.

Quiz: Can you guess the show based on the episode title?

Do you know which show has an episode titled, "The Prince of Tomato Juice?"

Quiz: Which actor is taller?

You never really know how tall a celebrity is until you see them in person. Since we don't have that opportunity, we've made this quiz to figure out how tall our favorite actors are.  We give you two actors, and you guess which one towers over the other. Will you measure up to our high expectations? Take the quiz and find out.

Stories

Lucille Ball sent Carol Burnett flowers the day she died

The two legends had a surprisingly close friendship.

12 surprising facts about 'Here's Lucy,' the forgotten Lucille Ball hit

The third time was also a charm for the TV legend.

14 covers of TV Guide that prove 1967 was actually a great year for television

Carol Burnett, Raymond Burr and Sally Field all had starring roles 50 years ago.

13 attempted TV comebacks that failed to get off the ground

They can't all be winners. Even if you're Andy Griffith and Lucille Ball.

13 actors who lived to be 100 years old

Who says your career is ever over? These centenarians appeared in everything from silent films to Amy Schumer movies.

Lucille Ball's first-ever Hollywood home goes on the market

Here's the story behind the first-ever home Lucille Ball bought in Hollywood.

Me Medals 2016: Ranking TV's top cars, homes, cartoons and more

We ranked our top three favorites. Now you vote on who should win.

Six Lucille Ball movies every 'I Love Lucy' fan should see

The comedy legend was brilliant on the big screen, too.

7 reasons we'll always love Lucille Ball

There are a lot of things you might not know about the fearless comedy legend.

Update: New, less scary statue of Lucille Ball will be unveiled Saturday

Lucy will finally get a proper statue this weekend on her birthday.

Here's what TV show everyone was obsessed with the year you were born

You might be surprised to see which ones were on top.

9 reasons we absolutely love Vivian Vance

She's so much more than Lucy's best friend.

Infographic: 50 TV stars for 50 states

Which television actor is from your state?

How Lucille Ball saved 'Star Trek' before it began

The original queen of comedy is the reason 'Star Trek' exists today.

'Scary Lucy' statue of Lucille Ball will be replaced this August

Lucille Ball will receive a much more flattering honor this summer.

Google data shows which countries love classic TV shows the most

Find out which Western is a hit with the Danish, which classic sitcom Albania adores and which island loves Gilligan's Island.

Here are the final resting places for these 11 television stars

Not every famous actor is buried in Hollywood.

These 9 summer replacement TV series were good reason to stay inside in the 1960s

Who needs the Summer of Love when you can watch British spies and Rat Pack comedy?

We made 28 business cards for classic TV characters

Because Mary Richards and the Skipper deserve it.

9 fascinating facts about 'The Lucy Show'

Lucille Ball's second sitcom was a smash, too. Learn how it broke new ground, nearly killed its star and featured Phil Spector.

Forgotten comedy special with Carol Burnett and Lucille Ball is given new life

You'll once again be able to see Carol and Lucy create comedy gold.

15 props from classic TV shows you can buy right now

You won't believe what some of these props cost.

Who are the tallest and shortest television stars?

Does the Fonz tower over Lucy? The heights of famous TV actors might surprise you.

Infographic: One iconic TV show for (almost) every American state

Wisconsin has 'Happy Days' and Wyoming has, er, 'The Virginian.' See which shows are emblematic of Kansas, Illinois and all the rest.