Here's Lucy Lucy and the Group Encounter (1968–1974) Online
Mary Jane suggests Lucy and Harry go to group therapy to improve their working relationship. Once in therapy, the psychiatrist suggest the two reverse roles to see how the other one feels. Lucy takes charge and lands the agency a big account.
|Episode credited cast:|
|Lucille Ball||-||Lucy Carter|
|Gale Gordon||-||Harrison Otis 'Harry' Carter|
|Lucie Arnaz||-||Kim Carter|
|Kurt Kasznar||-||Dr. Henderson|
|Mary Jane Croft||-||Mary Jane|
|Reta Shaw||-||Rita Forrester|
|Romo Vincent||-||Mailman George|
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
|Vanda Barra||-||Female Hippie|
|Sid Gould||-||Male Hippie|
Reta Shaw, Romo Vincent, and Kurt Kasznar were all acting on Broadway in the 1940s and 50s. Shaw recreated her stage roles in "Picnic" and "Pajama Game" on screen. Vincent did three shows including the short-lived musical "Whoop-Up!", his last. Kurt Kasznar did a baker's dozen of plays and musicals, earning a 1959 Tony Award Nomination for playing Max Detweiler in "The Sound of Music."
The evening this show first aired (Monday, December 18, 1972), Kurt Kasznar appeared on "Here's Lucy" on CBS and also in "The Snoop Sisters" on NBC, which was on at the same time.