If you love "I Love Lucy" or if you just love Lucille Ball, you will like all her shows including The Lucy Show. The Lucy Show was Lucy's second act after she ended the "I Love Lucy" show and later divorced Desi Arnaz (supposedly she divorced him after he was caught cheating with other women on many occasions). Just like the "I Love Lucy" show (1950s), "The Lucy Show" (1960s) had six seasons just like her third show "Here's Lucy (1970s)," which also ended after six seasons.
In this Vol.1 of The Lucy Show, I watched it through Amazon Prime (not the early VHS version). The VHS reviews don't quite seem to match what I streamed through Amazon Prime. Yes, the episodes were not remastered, so are not of the best quality, but they are the quality of their times in the 1960s. Each episode is a little more than 24 minutes, so each volume of 2 hours and 6 minutes has five episodes. Too bad, these volumes do not have all the episodes of each season. It's mix and match in episodes. In this volume: 1st episode, Lucy looks for a new room mate, and it's Carol Burnett; 2nd episode, Carole Burnette gets Lucy to go with her to Palm Springs to act with their band; 3rd episode, Lucy wants to befriend John Wayne; 4th episode, Lucy is hired by George Burns to do a show; and 5th episode, Lucy moonlights to be Milton Berle's secretary. In all episodes, Lucy meets some of the finest entertainers during that period in America working as a secretary for Mr. Theodore Moony (played by Gale Gordon), a banker.