TV's first great sitcom centered on a zany New York housewife who wants desperately to get into showbiz and her Cuban bandleader husband who has his hands full trying to dissuade her. Also getting caught up in their shenanigans were the Mertzes, their landlords and best friends. A pioneer for being filmed before a studio audience with multiple cameras (more…)
Fri, 5:00 am
Lucy's developing an inferiority complex because nobody laughs at her jokes or wants to be her bridge partner. Enter a shrink (Gerald Mohr), who suggests flattery. And he's just the man to do it, but he's a little too ardent an admirer for Ricky's taste (more…)
Fri, 5:30 am
It's Lucy vs. Ethel for president of the Wednesday Afternoon Fine Arts Club, with the deciding vote belonging the newest member, Mrs. Knickerbocker (Ida Moore). Club President: Lurene Tuttle. Lillian Appleby: Doris Singleton.
Fri, 6:00 am
The Mertzes jump to conclusions when they spot Lucy with a black eye. It's not hard to imagine why: “Hit me. I dare you,” is what they overhear Lucy saying to Ricky. What they see is Lucy's shiner. What don't they see? Lucy reading a murder mystery al (more…)