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Old 09-28-2006, 04:54 PM   #46
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All the moments mentioned are classic. I laughed just reading them! One moment I really like in particular is not comical. It is at the very end of "Lucy is Enciente" at the end of the song "We're Havin' a Baby" where Ricky cuddles and kisses Lucy. She is teary and at the end she looks down as a shy response. That is so touching and real. You can see they are in love. The picture is on the back of the season 2, disc 2 DVD case. Watch Lucy during the entire song and you will see something real.


That is, quite frankly, the most touching scene of any show in the history of television that I have ever seen.

One of my favorite lines in the show's history came from Fred---

Mr. Potter- Ethel was big back in Albequerque.
Fred- Ethel's big anywhere!

Another great one---

Ricky- Don't make fun of my English!
Lucy- That's English?
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My favorite was the tango routine while Lucy had those eggs in her shirt and the eggs got broken when Ricky pulls her in closely to him.
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These are all great! One of my Ricky favorites is when he forgot their anniversary and he's on the phone trying to get a copy of their marriage license and the person obviously can't understand his full name.
Ricky: Acha... Acha... Thank you but I'm not sneezing... Well, it's not funny to me!"

I also love the beginning of Lucy's Italian Movie when they're all squeezed together and Fred ends up in their lap. The producer of the movie says to Lucy, "Have you ever considered acting?" Fred, Ethel and Ricky together: "Has she ever considered acting?!?"
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I'd never be able to remember all of my favorite moments - each episode has so many great ones! Some of the best ones have already been mentioned here, so I won't repeat them again.

I really like the episode where they're in Florida and bet to see who can catch the biggest fish. I especially love the end when Ricky goes overboard and as he's climbing back into the boat, Ethel asks, "Are you wet?" Ethel was always my favorite!

"Ethel Mae Potter, we never forgot her."

When Lucy has a horrible sunburn and she's in the Don Loper fashion show. The way she hobbles around in front of everyone is really funny.

Lucy, Ricky, and Bob Hope singing, "Nobody Loves the Ump."
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Another episode I like is the "Lucy tells the Truth". The scene at Caroline Appleby's house is funny. Lucy admitting to the girls what she thinks of them. Caroline "you cheat. I would have said something but I was your partner, How about getting a new deck of cards, you had this same deck since I known you.
I also like Lucy plays wolf. Lucy on the ledge and the scene where they know she is outside. The 3 some talk about what they would like of Lucys At the end "Fred I was tied up, Ricky there were two men. Ethel listen". Poor lucy. The whole episode was good.
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Here are a few (not so noted) Lucy favorites -

- Lucy acting as if she was a seal when Ethel asks how she was after locking her in the trunk; The Passports

- Lucy (and later Ricky) fighting with Madame X, both believing her to be Ethel. I love Ricky's tumble while trying to tackle Madame X; Too Many Crooks

- Fred cracking Ethel's eggs in her back pant's pockets; Lucy Does the Tango

- Fred and Ethel being covered with food over and over before finally wearing raincoats on the train while they try to eat; The Great Train Robbery
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- When Lucy and Ricky pretend to be REALLY old, so that Peggy and Arthur will leave them alone. The Young Fans

- When Fred asks "Who's JoAnne?" like 4 times and nobody answers him and Ethel asks "Who's JoAnne?" once and Lucy answers her right away. Then Fred says, "Now, what was I doin' wrong?" The Diet

- Whenever Lucy or Ricky holds the toaster @ an angle towards one another and the toast pops out and they catch it.

- When Lucy and Ethel try to UN-SELL the "Aunt Matha's Old Fasioned Salad Dressing. The Million $$ Idea

- When Lucille Ball and Harpo Marx do their little skit when in Hollywood. Lucy and Harpo Marx

- When Lucy and Ricky are in the kitchen and all their actions are to the beat of Little Ricky's drum. Little Ricky learns to play the Drum

- When Lucy, Ethel and the lady in the car, are driving to Florida. She offers Lucy and Ethel, Watercress sandwiches. When Lucy complains about her sandwich and says it tastes like buttered grass. Ethel starts to take it away from her and Lucy says "I love buttered grass!" *cracks me up* Off to Florida

- (Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour) When Ricky and Ernie Kovacs make Lucy do all that stuff, pretending that they dont know it's Lucy and not Krandall, but they DO know it's Lucy. Lucy meets the
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- And, i LOVE when Fred and Ethel insult each other.
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