The Honeymooners is a situation comedy television show, based on a 1951–'55 sketch of the same name, which originally aired on CBS that was created by Jackie Gleason, and shot before a live audience, which debuted as a half-hour series on October 1, 1955. Although initially a ratings success — it was the #2 show in the United States its first season — it faced stiff competition from the Perry Como Show, eventually dropped to #19 (outranking...
Ralph trying to tell Alice that he is a good sales man.
Ralph giving an excuse to Alice as to why he is home late.
Alice talking about Ralph's cornet he just played.
Ralph making a bill for Norton after being told that he makes $40 a day.
Ralph talking to Alice about how Ed has it better off now cause Ed told Ralph...
Alice pretending to compromise with Ralph.
Ralph agreeing with Alice.
Ed talking about when a man likes to be alone.
Ed's reaction to Ralph's apology recording.
Ralph recording an apology for Alice.
Ralph getting mad at Ed for playing the harmonica badly.
Ed suggesting to Ralph what he should be done in the background of Ralph's re...
Ed asking Ralph about how he's dealing with having his wife leave.
Ralph being frustrated by Ed's French.
Ed telling Ralph to calm down.
Ed giving an idea to Mr. Marshall.
Ralph and Ed talking about the game of pool they're going to play later on th...
Ed telling Ralph to hurry up.
Ralph getting frustrated with Ed who is taking forever to start typing.
Ralph and Ed talking about the phone call Ralph got that day.
Ralph saying bang zoom to Alice on multiple occasions
Ralph, Alice, Bill, and Bill's wife laughing about how they both lied to each...
Ralph admitting to being a bus driver.
Ralph confessing to be unable to pay the bill.