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Jail [Abbott and Costello Show]

Uncle Bozzo's Visit - The Abbott and Costello Show, season 2 - Lou Costello in jail with Uncle Bozzo
Jail – The Abbott and Costello Show, season 1, episode 3, originally aired December 19, 1952 Jail – Lou shoots a hole in Mrs. Crumbcake’s water pail, and she sues him for 79 cents in damages. After an inept defense, Lou’s sent to jail.  While in jail, he comes...
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Peace and Quiet

Peace and Quiet - The Abbott and Costello Show - Lou's fighting insomnia, and despite Bud's "help", nothing seems to work …
Peace and Quiet – The Abbott and Costello Show, season 1, originally aired February 27, 1953 In Peace and Quiet, Lou Costello is suffering from a terrible bout of insomnia. Bud Abbott takes him to see a psychiatrist, who prescribes “Dr. Drowsy’s Sleep-Inducing Record.” When that doesn’t work,...
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The Abbott and Costello Show

The Abbott and Costello Show - Bud Abbott, Lou Costello
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello co-starred in a short-lived, but very popular television series, The Abbott and Costello Show. The first season’s episodes served primarily as an excuse to showcase their famous vaudeville routines, with the second season’s episodes being more situation comedy. The entire 2 year run...
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Barber Lou [Abbott and Costello Show]

In Barber Lou, after helping Mrs. Bronson with her amateur benefit show, Bud is exhausted. He asks Lou to give him a relaxing rub down by following the instructions of a radio masseuse. When the broadcast switches over to a commercial for re-painting a car at home, the...
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The Abbott and Costello Show season 2

The Abbott and Costello Show season 1 (1953) starring Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Hillary Brooke, Sid Fields
The Abbott and Costello Show season 2 is the second — and final — season of Abbott & Costello’s foray into television. It continues the status quo of the previous season. Abbott and Costello are living in Sid Fields’ boarding house, perpetually broke, and tyring to find a...
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