She's starstruck by her celebrity co-star.
Vitameatavegamin makes her tipsy.
"Are you tired, run-down, listless? Do you poop out at parties? Are you unpopular?" With its combination of vitamins, meat, vegetables, minerals and 23% alcohol, Vitameatavegamin claims to be the answer to all of these problems. Of course, it gets Lucy drunk during rehearsals.
Vitameatavegamin causes her to break out in hives.
Ethel keeps distracting her on set.
They tie bows on candy boxes.
They make cream centers.
They operate the conveyor belt.
They wrap candy.
After being demoted from the chocolate-dipping department, Lucy and Ethel are tasked with wrapping chocolates. As the conveyor belt speeds up, the ladies can't keep up. They resort to shoving chocolates down their uniforms, under their hats and in their mouths.
She makes pasta noodles.
She stalks a sommelier.
She stomps grapes.
When Lucy gets a bit part in an Italian movie called "Bitter Grapes," she takes the film's title too literally. Even though Ricky doesn't think she should, Lucy tries grape-stomping to prepare. Her decision costs her the role because she's unable to scrub off the head-to-toe grape stains.
She bakes pizza.
Ethel cuts it with a saw.
To prove their husbands wrong, Lucy and Ethel accept a bet to live without modern conveniences. The duo churns butter and bakes bread, but in typical Lucy fashion, something goes terribly wrong. She uses too much yeast and accidentally bakes an enormous loaf of bread.
Lucy eats her way out.
Lucy wiggles her way out.
Ricky destroys it with a rolling pin.
While visiting Los Angeles, Lucy goes to the Brown Derby restaurant, a celebrity hotspot. Naturally, Lucy can't stop herself from spying on William Holden when he's seated at the next table. Much to her embarrassment, he turns the tables on her and stares right back.