Lucy becomes an airline stewardess (featuring Carol Burnett)
One thing I like about these seminal TV actors was that many were originally Vaudeville or "Vaudeville-esque" performers. I think this is where Lucy and Ricky met Fred and Ethel and Carol is certainly of that spirit. Vaudeville was to early TV the same as stand-up comedy was to hit TV series shows later on like Seinfeld, Rosanne, Cosby, etc., you had to earn your street-cred "on stage."
I remember the feelings the first time I played it and today my body hair still spikes on this scene. Maybe for those who don't know the story they don't feel anything, but for those who know the story... this is something.
I linked because the embedded doesn't respect the timing. For some reason it ignores it.
About thirty years ago i was at Miami's science museum with all 3 kids, they were 4 2 and brand new.
I was carrying my 1 month old daughter Amy when i felt her tense up.
So i turned around to look for somebody behind me, nobody was within yards.
As i turned back she tensed again
so i turned again and sure enough
on the far side of the room fully fifty feet away was the same giant Kodiak stuffed bear that had so impressed me as a kindergartner thirty-five years earlier.