• Terrifying Lucille Ball statue needs to be removed!

    Now here’s one from the truly freaky files. By now, most every American with basic access to cable television or a standard Internet hookup is well familiar with I Love Lucy. Even more so than her show, it’s easy to visualize images of her iconic face: it’s been almost 26 years since her death, but the groundbreaking actress and comedienne is still imminently recognizable. Therefore, it’s kind of amazing that

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    CBS brings back lost I Love Lucy episodes

    CBS is bringing one of its oldest sitcoms back to the airwaves this winter. The eyeball ntwork will air two classic episodes of I Love Lucky on Friday, Dec.20. It will broadcast “The Christmas Episode” followed by the infamous grape stomping episode “Lucy’s Italian Movie.” One of the most beloved shows of all time, I Love Lucy originally aired from 1951 to 1957, followed by a handful of one-hour specials

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    Anniversary of ‘I Love Lucy’ birth episode reminds us of Lucille Ball’s trailblazing spirit (Audio)

    Two days from now will mark the 60th anniversary of one of television’s most groundbreaking events— the birth of Little Ricky on I Love Lucy. The episode, titled “Lucy Goes to the Hospital,” proved memorable for two reasons: First, nearly 99 percent of households watching television that night tuned in (that’s the highest Nielsen share in history) and second, Lucille Ball was the first actress not only to be pregnant

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    Largest ‘I Love Lucy’ mural completed on 61st anniversary of the show’s first airing (Photo gallery)

    After more than 500 hours of work and nearly 30 gallons of paint, an 1,800 square-foot I Love Lucy mural was completed this morning in Jamestown, NY, the birthplace of Lucille Ball. The small portion of the mural had been left unfinished so that artists Gary Peters Jr. and Gary Peters Sr. (pictured below) could put the final touches on their masterpiece, now the largest Lucy mural in the world.

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    ‘I Love Lucy’ star Doris Singleton dies at 92

    We’re sad to report that I Love Lucy actress Doris Singleton has passed away at 92 as a result of cancer and complications thereof. Singleton portrayed Caroline Appleby in the groundbreaking, iconic series that ran on CBS from 1951 to 1957. The character (oddly changed from Lillian to Caroline), which Singleton described as somewhat of a nemesis to Lucy, appeared in only 10 episodes, but in real life, the actress

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