Are these plots to episodes of The Honeymooners or Mama's Family?

If Ralph Kramden was a member of Mama's Family, there would've been a lot of bickering between him and Mama.

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What if Ralph Kramden was Mama's son? There would've been nonstop laughter in every episode with those two! The Honeymooners and Mama's Family debuted decades apart, but the humor is still very fresh and hilarious.

You never know what to expect when Ralph stirs up a get-rich-quick scheme or when Mama finds herself in a little bit of trouble. Yet, those situations made some of the shows' best plots.

Are these plots to episodes of The Honeymooners or Mama's Family? Good luck!

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  1. Episode plot: A character finds themselves on a date to play golf after trying to get on the good side of a man in charge of a job position they want. There's one problem — this character knows nothing about golfing.
  2. Episode plot: A ring, intended for someone else, gets stuck on a character's finger, jeopardizing a friendship.
  3. Episode plot: After celebrating someone's birthday, two characters have to share a jail cell, forced to work out their issues.
  4. Episode plot: A character is back on a game show for their second appearance after nervously making it to the next round, and they're out to prove to everyone that they are a winner.
  5. Episode plot: A character has the chance to inherit thousands if they don't lose their temper for two weeks.
  6. Episode plot: A love letter intended for one person ends up in various characters' hands, causing complications and confusion.
  7. Episode plot: A character decides to sell mystery appetizers that turn out to be dog food.
  8. Episode plot: A character mistakenly thinks an expensive piece of jewelry is for them, and chaos follows.
  9. Episode plot: A character decides to go on a strike after their rent is raised.
  10. Episode plot: A character believes that there's an error on their electric bill and refuses to pay it, which causes problems.

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83 Comments

graceful1970 8 months ago
Here's the moment of truth. You got 10 out of 10
IndianaRockz 10 months ago
8/10
Cannot stand Ralph SCREAMING at Alice & with his fist in her face threatening to punch her 'to the moon', not funny to me. Side note, always wondered how Ralph & Norton both have good jobs with the city but Ralph's apartment has no comforts/furnishings while Norton's apartment almost seems luxurious in comparison!
cripplious IndianaRockz 7 months ago
all of Ralphs get rich quick plans cost a lot of money.
Coldnorth IndianaRockz 5 months ago
I am so with you on the threats to Alice. Not funny to all the women who live with domestic and emotional abuse. I find nothing funny about that. The other lines are funny. Hello, ball and Oh, can it core a Apple, etc..
bemibet 10 months ago
Ralph didn't make it to the next round on "The $99,000.00 Answer," when he came back, time ran out after he was introduced. Which made me only get 9 out of 10 right, consarn it!
BenSobeleone bemibet 5 months ago
First question, who is the composer of Swanee River?
Moverfan BenSobeleone 4 months ago
Well, everybody knows that...Ed Norton!
cripplious 10 months ago
8/10 I thought for sure the game show question was about Mama going on Jeopardy.
2A3ct8S4 10 months ago
This has to be the most confusing thing thing of bad grammer i have seen. Character is singular. They is a pural. Nobody on metv shows talk like that
Bullitt2019 2A3ct8S4 10 months ago
I don’t like poor grammar either, but proofreading is important too.
Thing thing?
Grammer? Grammar.
i should be I.
Moverfan 10 months ago
8/10. And in response to question #1: "Hello, ball!"
Coldnorth Moverfan 5 months ago
My favorite line ever
Coldnorth Coldnorth 5 months ago
Oh can it core a Apple is another favorite line
Moverfan Coldnorth 4 months ago
Greatest way to choose the lesser of two evils--just ask yourself "What's sillier--saying tally ho to a fox or hello to a golf ball?"
DethBiz 10 months ago
10 out of 10. Two of my all-time favorite comedies. Always loved #6 because it had one of my favorite character actors Bill Wiley in it.
cfm1953 10 months ago
Missed #8, But what about when Ralph found a ring that Ed bought for his new boss, and put it on his finger and it got stuck?
jerryleebandit cfm1953 10 months ago
That was question #2
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