I have an "I Love Lucy" calendar that put's this to rest. The following is a direct quote from a page in the calendar. Here's an urban legend for you - Ricky Ricardo never uttered the famous phrase so often attributed to him - "Lucy, you got some 'splainin' to do."
Lucy and Desi created a pilot episode for their planned TV show. It had many of the features of the later show (zany housewife of a band leader wants to break into showbiz) but lacked others (no Mertzes). It was used only to pitch the show to advertisers, and was not shown on air as an episode in its own right, until it was "found" (some insist it was never lost) decades later.The first episode of I Love Lucy FILMED was "Lucy Thinks Ricky Is Trying to Kill Her."The first episode SHOWN on TV was "The Girls Want to Go to a Nightclub."
You've got some 'splaining to do! Figure that one out. It's not that difficult.
here are some name suggustions.... leo lefty ricky chester cheader erick lucy mac chippy doris
Some sort of chocolate confection that isn't completely for sure but it was dough or filling covered in chocolate!
Some good ideas for costumes for couples include Marge and Homer Simpson and Lucy and Ricky. They make for great costumes!
Yes..In episode called Ricky Weaver can see that jack have feelings for kim and in this episode jack ask kim (out)grabe some burgers together..
He never actually says that quote, but says many things similar to that. If he did say that then someone would be able to point to a specific episode, but no one can.
There were only five regular characters:Ricky and Lucy Ricardo (Dexi Arnaz and Lucille Ball)Fred and Ethel Mertz (william Frawley and Vivian Vance)Little Ricky Ricardo (Joseph A. and Michael Mayer)Although there were about a hundred other characters, some recurring, some not so, the show focused on these five.
The possessive form of the singular proper noun Lucy is Lucy's.Example: We have some of Lucy's homemade cookies.
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