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Fall Guy, The Abbott and Costello Show season 2

Fall Guy

Fall Guy The Abbott and Costello Show season 2, originally aired April 24, 1954

In Fall Guy, Bud and Lou are behind on their rent — again. After a penniless day of trying to sell “No Peddlers Allowed” signs, Bud and Lou are approached by two men. It’s a scheme that will land them two hundred dollars. All they have to do is take two sisters out on a date …. And then switch places with the men. But as soon as they arrive at the girls’ home, their father wants the boys to install a new TV antenna on his roof.

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Bank Holdup, The Abbott and Costello Show season 2

Bank Holdup

Bank Holdup, The Abbott and Costello Show season 2 originally aired March 13, 1954

In Bank Holdup, Bud and Lou are hired as armed guards for hoodlums Joe and Lefty Lucas, and unwittingly assist in a bank robbery. They go back later to the same bank to get a loan — unaware that they’re wanted bank robbers! They pay rent with their cut of the money, then attempt to recover the stolen cash from Mr. Fields’ safe.

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Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in $1000 TV Prize

$1000 TV Prize

$1000 TV PrizeThe Abbott and Costello Show season 2, originally aired January 9, 1954

$1000 TV Prize – While trying to repair Mr. Fields’ television set, Lou answers a phone call from the “Money to Burn” quiz show and provides the correct response to the $1000 question. The prize money will be delivered that night, so Bud and Lou scramble to keep Mr. Fields and Mike the Cop out of the way.

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Lou Costello says goodbye to Hillary Brooke in "The Vacation" - The Abbott and Costello Show

The Vacation

The VacationThe Abbott and Costello Show, season 1, originally aired December 26, 1952

The Vacation – Bud and Lou plan to vacation at the Biltmore Hotel near Phoenix, and stock up at Sporty Fields’ sporting goods store. But as Lou packs, Bud worries that Mr. Fields will rent their apartment out from under them while they’re gone.

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