Lucy Fights the System
Here's Lucy is Lucille Ball's third network television sitcom. It ran on CBS from 1968 to 1974.
Lucy schemes with a starving artist to fake his death, hoping his paintings will begin to sell.
Uncle Harry books OJ Simpson as a guest speaker for the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce.
Lucy attempts to resolve the marriage separation between Eydie Gorme and Steve Lawrence.
Lucy schemes to borrow money from a bank to redecorate the Unique Employment Agency.
Lucy and Kim work on weekends at a pet store.
Lucy is mistaken for a stalker.
Lucy rents out Kim's room, but soon chooses to break the lease.
Lucy disagrees with other jurist in court, and holds up proceedings.
Lucy attempts to keep an author sober, but discovers he has booze hidden everywhere.
Kim and Frankie Avalon imitate Sonny & Cher in a local competition.
The family searches for gold.
Lucy is banished from her own home after it is rented by a movie production company. When all seems clear, Lucy returns to find Chuck Connors in her bed.
Lucy chairs a neighborhood watch program started due to a string of recent robberies. Lucy runs amok.
Lucy is enlisted by Harry to sit for a rare New Guinea Weewawk. Unfortunately, Lucy looses the bird.
Harry sells the agency, but regrets it. Lucy schemes to get the agency back for Uncle Harry.
Lucy must care for Uncle Harry, Kim, and Mary Jane at the same time.
A small Montana town contacts Lucy, who's great grandmother was a former sheriff, to be honored during a week long festival.
Chastized for her boring parties, Lucy wins a celebrity charity auction, enlisting Milton Berle as a guest for her next party.
Mary Jane finally catches a man. Unfortunately, the new boyfriend makes a play for Lucy.
Lucy gets minorities hired in a band, but upsets women's rights group for not hiring any female musicians . . . . . . guess who fills in as a female vocalist?!
Lucy enters a Lucille Ball lookalike contest and meets Lucille Ball.
Spending the weekend with Kim, Lucy overhears her daughter complaining about her visit and leaves.
When a middle aged waitress is fired solely based on her age, Lucy and Kim scheme to cause chaos for the restaurant manager.