History Series / ILoveLucy

30th Jan '16 1:45:20 PM atomiccake
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* TelegraphingTrope: If the episode begins with the Ricardos and the Mertz gushing about what great friends they are to each other then it's a safe bet that the episode is going to about them getting into some kind of feud.
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* TelegraphingTrope: TropeTelegraphing: If the episode begins with the Ricardos and the Mertz gushing about what great friends they are to each other then it's a safe bet that the episode is going to about them getting into some kind of feud.
30th Jan '16 1:44:47 PM atomiccake
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* TelegraphingTrop: If the episode begins with the Ricardos and the Mertz gushing about what great friends they are to each other then it's a safe bet that the episode is going to about them getting into some kind of feud.
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* TelegraphingTrop: TelegraphingTrope: If the episode begins with the Ricardos and the Mertz gushing about what great friends they are to each other then it's a safe bet that the episode is going to about them getting into some kind of feud.
30th Jan '16 1:44:27 PM atomiccake
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* TelegraphingTrop: If the episode begins with the Ricardos and the Mertz gushing about what great friends they are to each other then it's a safe bet that the episode is going to about them getting into some kind of feud.
17th Jan '16 7:07:40 AM dsneybuf
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-->--'''ForgottenThemeTuneLyrics'' to the ''I Love Lucy'' Theme Song, as sung by Ricky to Lucy in "Lucy's Last Birthday"
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-->--'''ForgottenThemeTuneLyrics'' -->--'''ForgottenThemeTuneLyrics''' to the ''I Love Lucy'' Theme Song, as sung by Ricky to Lucy in "Lucy's Last Birthday"
17th Jan '16 7:07:18 AM dsneybuf
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-->--'''ForgottenThemeTuneLyrics''', ''I Love Lucy'' Theme Song
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-->--'''ForgottenThemeTuneLyrics''', -->--'''ForgottenThemeTuneLyrics'' to the ''I Love Lucy'' Theme Song Song, as sung by Ricky to Lucy in "Lucy's Last Birthday"
17th Jan '16 7:04:50 AM dsneybuf
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** One gag that reruns retain in some form: When Lucy hosts her own TV show in an emptied TV set, she dresses as Johnny Roventini, the Philip Morris Bellhop. The syndicated version of the episode retains scenes of Lucy wearing the costume and holding cigarettes, but cuts parts where she actually refers to the brand by name.
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** One gag that reruns retain in some form: When Lucy hosts her own TV show in an emptied TV set, she dresses as Johnny Roventini, the Philip Morris Bellhop. The syndicated version of the episode retains scenes of Lucy wearing the costume and holding cigarettes, but cuts parts where she actually refers to the brand by name. Surprisingly, CBS kept those parts when they aired the colorized version of the episode in December 2015.
16th Jan '16 10:04:41 PM dsneybuf
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* GeorgeLucasAlteredVersion: Starting in 1990, several episodes have received colorized versions. Notable is the Christmas special, which aired on CBS in 1990 and 2013 onwards colorized. Interestingly, its flashback sequences were presented in their original black and white for the first two colorization jobs, while 2015 saw CBS air the entire special in color. The episode where Lucy dreams of going to Scotland was also colorized as a bonus feature for the 2007 ''I Love Lucy'' Complete Series DVD. However, the episode was originally supposed to be filmed in color, but the studio couldn't afford it, so the episode was colorized based on the color home movies shot by Desi Arnaz. The non-dream sequence scenes boasted a subdued palate for the set and clothing, creating an interesting effect ala ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''. When CBS televises the colorized Christmas special, they follow it up with a color version of an iconic episode - such as "Lucy's Italian Movie", "Job Switching", or "Lucy Does a TV Commercial" - to pad the timeslot to an hour. May 2015's ''I Love Lucy Superstar Special'' features color versions of "LA at Last!" and "Lucy and [[Series/TheAdventuresOfSuperman Superman]]".
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* GeorgeLucasAlteredVersion: Starting in 1990, several episodes have received colorized versions. Notable is the Christmas special, which aired on CBS in 1990 and 2013 onwards colorized. Interestingly, its flashback sequences were presented in their original black and white for the first two colorization jobs, while 2015 saw CBS air the entire special in color. The episode where Lucy dreams of going to Scotland was also colorized as a bonus feature for the 2007 ''I Love Lucy'' Complete Series DVD. However, the episode was originally supposed to be filmed in color, but the studio couldn't afford it, so the episode was colorized based on the color home movies shot by Desi Arnaz. The non-dream sequence scenes boasted a subdued palate for the set and clothing, creating an interesting effect ala ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''. When CBS televises the colorized Christmas special, they follow it up with a color version of an iconic episode - such as "Lucy's Italian Movie", Movie"[[labelnote:*]]Colorized in 2011 for the ''Essential I Love Lucy'' DVD Time/Life released in honor of the show's 60th anniversary[[/labelnote]], "Job Switching", or "Lucy Does a TV Commercial" - to pad the timeslot to an hour. May 2015's ''I Love Lucy Superstar Special'' features color versions of "LA at Last!" and "Lucy and [[Series/TheAdventuresOfSuperman Superman]]".
15th Jan '16 9:50:12 PM Lightning4119
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* SweetPollyOliver: Lucy dressed as a man semi-often to further her schemes. For example, an episode features her dressing as a hot dog salesman with a fake 'stache and as a baseball player to try to get Frank Sinatra to let her go on the show.
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* SweetPollyOliver: Lucy dressed as a man semi-often to further her schemes. For example, an episode features her dressing as a hot dog salesman with a fake 'stache and as a baseball player to try to get Frank Sinatra Bob Hope to let her go on the show.
15th Jan '16 12:09:45 PM dsneybuf
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Since 2013, CBS is apparently undertaking an effort to have all of the most iconic episodes colorized for contemporary audiences. Fortunately for purists, the black and white versions remain widely available on home video, and in other channels' reruns.
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Since 2013, CBS is apparently undertaking an effort to have all of the most iconic episodes colorized for contemporary audiences. Fortunately for purists, However, the black and white versions remain widely available on home video, and in other channels' reruns.
15th Jan '16 12:08:06 PM dsneybuf
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Since 2013, CBS is apparently undertaking an effort to have all of the most iconic episodes colorized for contemporary audiences. Fortunately, the black and white versions remain widely available on home video, and in other channels' reruns.
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Since 2013, CBS is apparently undertaking an effort to have all of the most iconic episodes colorized for contemporary audiences. Fortunately, Fortunately for purists, the black and white versions remain widely available on home video, and in other channels' reruns.
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