Okay, some examples:
The episode where Ralph’s regular passenger leaves him her “Fortune” has a scene in the lawyer’s office.
The episode where Ralph encounters a bully (prominent line “Get a load of Fatso”) has a scene in a gym.
The $64,000 question, where Ralph proclaims Ed Norton the composer of “Swanee River” has a scene on a set for the TV show in question.
The episode where Alice thinks Ralph wants a woman like his boss’s silly new wife takes place in part at the boss’s apartment.
The episode in which Ralph thinks Norton has been seriously injured and offers to give blood for a transfusion includes a visit to an emergency room set.
The episode in which Ralph inspires his fellow raccoons to exclude wives from their annual fishing trip has a scene at the lodge, and another scene in a car that is supposed to be parked in front of their apartment building.
The episode in which Ralph and Ed are handcuffed together with malfunctioning “trick” handcuffs takes place mostly on a train.
All of these sets are extremely simple, and were likely all on the same soundstage, but they are meant to represent places other than the Kramden’s apartment, and required different set dressing.
Chef of the Future: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB5a6y3okeo This is definitely not the Kramden’s kitchen.