The Honeymooners, one of the most influential situation comedy television series in American history, depicts the sincere attempts of two men attempting to better their lives, and the ensuing frustrations when their schemes to strike it rich inevitably backfire.
Alice and Trixie believe their husbands are neglecting them.
Ralph is named in a millionaire's will, but finds he was simply left a pet bird named Fortune.
Ed sells irons after Ralph's advice gets him fired from his sewer job. When Ed lies about how much money he's making so that the Kramdens don't feel bad, Ralph also considers selling irons.Watch Now:Amazon
A new neighbor wears out his welcome teaching good manners and the mambo.
Alice is getting the apartment redecorated for free, but Ralph thinks she's two-timing him.
Ralph and Ed play pool with Ralph's boss and Ed gets a job at the bus company.
Ralph hurts his back at a bowling tournament the night before his physical exam.
Tired of Ralph's endless domestic complaints, Alice takes a job and leaves a maid to take care of the housework.
Ralph tries to learn how to play golf to impress his boss, and of course the situation turns into a disaster.
Ralph and Norton go on television to sell a kitchen utensil.
Ralph captures two thugs that followed him home after he had witnessed a holdup.
Ralph is furious when Alice has a telephone installed, until he finds out how she paid for it. Alice is babysitting to pay for the phone and now Ralph is madder than mad: Ralph thinks she's two-timing him.
Ralph and Norton buy a T.V. set together and constantly fight over what to watch.Watch Now:Amazon
Ralph has an accident on his way to receiving a "Safest Bus Driver" award.
Ralph hocks his bowling ball to get Alice a present after someone else gets her the same thing he had gotten for her.
When the Kramdens and Nortons enter a Raccoon costume contest, a feud arises between Ralph and Ed.
Ralph sleeps at the Nortons' to avoid his visiting mother-in-law.
Norton is sleepwalking and Ralph gets stuck looking after him.
Ralph and Norton don't want to take their wives on a lodge fishing trip.
Norton is the deciding vote in the lodge's election for convention manager.
Ralph goes on a quiz show, assigned the category of popular music.
Ralph's feelings are bruised when Ed buys a ring for one of his pals on the sewer crew.