This episode celebrated the 25th anniversary of the show, therefore appropriately, so were the Kramdens. Ralph and Alice are going to celebrate their 25th anniversary with a second ceremony to be conducted by none other than the Grand High Exalted Mystic Ruler himself at the Raccoon Lodge. Along the way Ralph jumps to the conclusion that Alice is pregnant -- she even confesses that another member of the family is on the way. In the end, Ralph learns that Alice is indeed expecting... her mother. So Ralph ends up spending the night of their anniversary sleeping in the kitchen because Alices mother is going to sleep in the bedroom with Alice.
Ralph and Alice are planning to go to Miami on vacation and Ralph is bragging about it in the depot locker room. Along comes his boss and asks Ralph to direct a show (A Christmas Carol) for the benefit of his wife's charity -- finding homes for stray cats. Ralph volunteers himself for the positions of director, writer, and star. Alice being disappointed in the change in plans makes Ralph sleep in the kitchen on a broken cot. The play itself features Ralph, Alice, Trixie, and Ed. Ed plays the roll of both Scrooge and Tiny Tim, but he keeps getting the mannerisms and wigs mixed up. For the grand finale, the cornflakes that Alice and Trixie painted to look like snowflakes descend on the cast in one incredible thud. Ralph's boss is so impressed that he gives Ralph a reward for his efforts -- a pregnant cat. Also, at long last, Ralph is finally promoted to traffic manager.
With another anniversary coming up, Ralph and Alice are planning to buy wonderful surprise presents for each other. Ralph is going to buy an all-electric kitchen, a color TV, and a stereo system on credit. Alice is going to buy Ralph a custom-tailored suit with the money she earns working behind Ralph's back for an answering service. When Ralph comes across a list of answering-service calls that Alice has hidden, he jumps to the conclusion that she's seeing another man and plotting to do away with Ralph because there are messages about druggists and cemeteries, and because there are an abundance of calls for one man, Armand -- who is a professional escort. To expose Alice's infidelity, Ralph and Ed dress up as women and invite Armand to the apartment. In the meantime, Alice is trying to measure Ralph for the suit without him knowing it. Ralph thinks she's trying to measure him for a coffin. When Armand arrives, he develops a crush on Ed. Then Alice arrives and explains everything. Ed is disappointed because now Armand doesn't want to take him to the movies. Ralph is disappointed too because his surprise kitchen overloads the circuits and explodes the first time he tries to demonstrate it.
Ralph blows though everyones holiday money for his new investment - tickets for a lottery.
The Honeymooners wreck havoc on a cross-country tour. Our two willing but not-so-able boobs (Ralph & Ed) enter a song contest sponsored by movie star Washington Kenmore (played by Paul Lynde). The prize: $25,000 and a Hollywood trip. The problem: entrants must be under 18.
Honeymooners head to Hollywood to claim their songwriting prize.
Honeymooners head to Mexico.Alice & Trixie are kidnapped.
A Hollywood shopping spree turns chaotic when Alice is set up in a shoplifting scam.
During the 'Trip to Hollywood' story arc, Ralph, Alice, Ed, and Trixie are asked to appear on "The Mike Douglas Show" to promote their song "Love on a Bus".
Ralph & Alice test Alice's Uncle Howard's go-go girlfirend, to make sure shes not in it for the money.
The Honeymooners visit Hawaii. Guest Donald O'connor concocts a diet sauce guarenteed to slim down fatties.
The Honeymooners visit Miami where Ralph & Ed vie for High Exalted Mystic Ruler.
In Chicago, a computer-match service, has the Norton's clicking & the Kramdens not.
The Honeymooners visit Sun Valley, Idaho.
The crew presents "The Incredible World of Ed Norton," an underground view.
At Mardi Gras, a hotel mix-up leads the foursome to Emma, Norton's distant relative, a phony spiritualist.
Returning from his cross-country trip promoting the film "Love on a Bus", Ralph is offered a promotion within the Gotham Bus Company, but trouble erupts when Alice's nephew starts picketing their headquarters.