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Chicago Tribune
'Cheers' to Sam and Diane, a pair whose names you knowin 1982-83). I've found that most other shows that try to capitalize on sitcoms
'Cheers' to Sam and Diane, a pair whose names you know
Chicago Tribune / Posted 14 hours ago
in 1982-83). I've found that most other shows that try to capitalize on sitcoms can't overcome the episodic problem ("I Love Lucy" being just one of many examples of how not to do this). But "Cheers Live On Stage," which wisely drops all... Read more
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Lee's Summit Journal
Oktoberfest starts tonightOktoberfest downtown. The Celebrity Grape Stomp was inspired by similar compet
Oktoberfest starts tonight
Lee's Summit Journal / Posted 2 days ago
Oktoberfest downtown. The Celebrity Grape Stomp was inspired by similar competitions at wineries and a famous episode of “I Love Lucy,” said Amberlynn Isaacs, a member of the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce’s Oktoberfest Committee. The Chamber... Read more
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Channel 4 News
The most boring day ever? 11 April 1954on the internet, there are few entries for 11 April 1954. Those at the top of t
The most boring day ever? 11 April 1954
Channel 4 News / Posted 3 days ago
on the internet, there are few entries for 11 April 1954. Those at the top of the Google list include The Bob Hope Show, What's My Line? and I Love Lucy. Even by then television had become - if not the opium - then perhaps the valium of the p... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Beast Mode announces line of candy made by Seattle Chocolatesand he’s launching his own line right here in Western Washington. The former S
Beast Mode announces line of candy made by Seattle Chocolates
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 3 days ago
and he’s launching his own line right here in Western Washington. The former Seattle Seahawks running back created an “I Love Lucy” style video to promote the candy. The chocolate, by the way, is made in Tukwila through a partnership between... Read more
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Daily Herald
'Cheers' stage show a pale facsimile of beloved sitcombartender Ernie "Coach" Pantusso (played on TV by the late Nicholas Colasanto).
'Cheers' stage show a pale facsimile of beloved sitcom
Daily Herald / Posted 3 days ago
bartender Ernie "Coach" Pantusso (played on TV by the late Nicholas Colasanto). Another TV-to-theater adaptation -- "I Love Lucy Live on Stage," which appeared at the same venue in 2012 -- offered something more with the theatrical conceit of... Read more
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The Atlantic
TV Critics in 1960 Predicted the Rise of Donald Trumpnominee for president, received a telegram from a viewer and apparent Eisenhowe
TV Critics in 1960 Predicted the Rise of Donald Trump
The Atlantic / Posted 3 days ago
nominee for president, received a telegram from a viewer and apparent Eisenhower supporter that read, “I like Ike and I love Lucy. Drop dead.”) Tens of millions of Americans are likely to watch Monday’s debate between Trump and Hillary... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
NERD'S EYE VIEW: Make Mayberry great againNick at Nite originally was and, later, what TV Land was intended to be. But, t
NERD'S EYE VIEW: Make Mayberry great again
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
Nick at Nite originally was and, later, what TV Land was intended to be. But, times change, and shows like “Get Smart” and “I Love Lucy” were replaced on those channels with “Full House” and “Friends.” I’m not sure if that’s supposed to make me feel... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Marshawn Lynch teams up with Seattle Chocolates to make Beast Mode candyportion of the sales from each bar will benefit Lynch’s Fam 1st Family Foundati
Marshawn Lynch teams up with Seattle Chocolates to make Beast Mode candy
The Seattle Times / Posted 4 days ago
portion of the sales from each bar will benefit Lynch’s Fam 1st Family Foundation, which mentors kids. Lynch filmed an “I Love Lucy” -type video to promote the chocolate bars, which depicts him struggling to keep up with a fast-moving chocolate... Read more
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Daily Record
Terry Bozzio to play Newton Theatre Saturdaypeople do: it’s fun to make noise. “I remember watching black-and-white TV in
Terry Bozzio to play Newton Theatre Saturday
Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
people do: it’s fun to make noise. “I remember watching black-and-white TV in the 1950s, and you had Little Ricky on ‘I Love Lucy’ and Cubby on ‘The Mickey Mouse Club,’ ” Bozzio said. “I like to bang on things.” He was given his first set of... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Get your stomp on Sunday at Alton FarmsFans of the classic I Love Lucy episode where Lucy goes a few rounds in a giant
Get your stomp on Sunday at Alton Farms
Sarnia Observer / Posted 6 days ago
Fans of the classic I Love Lucy episode where Lucy goes a few rounds in a giant vat with a veteran grape-stomper will get a chance Sunday to relive the scene during Lambton County's First Annual Grape Stomp. Alton Farms Estate Winery, on Aberarder... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Unknown Stories of WNY: Lucy Goesand motion picture history. Lucy saw the potential of shows, not only first ru
Unknown Stories of WNY: Lucy Goes
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 7 days ago
and motion picture history. Lucy saw the potential of shows, not only first run, but more importantly, in syndication. I Love Lucy has been a favorite through generations in syndication, and Star Trek has seen the same success. That success... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Tammy Pescatelli To Perform At Willow Bay Theater During Lucy Town Half Marathon Oct. 8elite runners and Lucy fans alike. The inaugural year was headlined by Martin S
Tammy Pescatelli To Perform At Willow Bay Theater During Lucy Town Half Marathon Oct. 8
The Post-Journal / Posted 10 days ago
elite runners and Lucy fans alike. The inaugural year was headlined by Martin Short, and during the 2014 race weekend paid tribute to the iconic "I Love Lucy" grape stomping scene as 1,232 people set a new world record for most people treading grap... Read more
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Newton Daily News
A Peep into the pastmany guys my age own so many guns, because we know we can’t win fistfights anym
A Peep into the past
Newton Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
many guys my age own so many guns, because we know we can’t win fistfights anymore. If you want to know the truth of it, “I Love Lucy” wasn’t hilarious, it was stupid. Tupac Shakur wrote better lyrics than The Beatles. The cars we think of as... Read more
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The Buffalo News
A pair of TV books that treat this TV era with the intelligence it deservespossible one thing: sitcoms. I have always hated them, even as a child when I w
A pair of TV books that treat this TV era with the intelligence it deserves
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 days ago
possible one thing: sitcoms. I have always hated them, even as a child when I was finally allowed to stay up and watch “I Love Lucy.” I couldn’t figure out why everybody wouldn’t rather watch “Ozzie and Harriet” where Ricky Nelson’s deadpan... Read more
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The Border Mail
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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The North West Star
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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The Courier
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
The Courier / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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The Young Witness
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
The Young Witness / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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Western Advocate
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
Western Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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Manning River Times
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
Manning River Times / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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WA Today
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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The Age
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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Canberra Times
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, def
Will someone please turn on the lights: Why have TV dramas literally become so dark?
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
was damn hard to fix in the editing suite. But one show, above all others, defined the look of 20th century television: I Love Lucy. Bright and low-contrast, that look was invented by Metropolis cinematographer Karl Freund to solve a problem.... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
10 Stars Accused of Being Unpatriotic Before Colin Kaepernickof Un-American Activities that she only did this to appease her grandfather, wh
10 Stars Accused of Being Unpatriotic Before Colin Kaepernick
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 17 days ago
of Un-American Activities that she only did this to appease her grandfather, who was a socialist. Before a taping of “I Love Lucy,” Ball’s husband and co-star Desi Arnaz famously said, “The only thing red about Lucy is her hair, and even that... Read more
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Mashable
Star Trek at 50: You made me who I amthe second wave with reruns in the early 1970s, watching it almost every day wh
Star Trek at 50: You made me who I am
Mashable / Posted 17 days ago
the second wave with reruns in the early 1970s, watching it almost every day when I came home from school. I also watched I Love Lucy, which, not coincidentally, starred Lucille Ball, who would go on to produce Star Trek (and save it from... Read more
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Variety
FCC Restricts Station Group Calculations of Media Ownership Capsto innovate without stifling regulation, when it comes to broadcasters, the FCC
FCC Restricts Station Group Calculations of Media Ownership Caps
Variety / Posted 18 days ago
to innovate without stifling regulation, when it comes to broadcasters, the FCC acts as if we still live in an era of ‘I Love Lucy.’ It’s time for the FCC to look at broadcast ownership rules in a manner that reflects the current... Read more
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The Register
Forget Khan and Klingons, Star Trek's greatest trick was simply survivingdesire to take on Lost In Space and to do business with the owner of Desilu – U
Forget Khan and Klingons, Star Trek's greatest trick was simply surviving
The Register / Posted 19 days ago
desire to take on Lost In Space and to do business with the owner of Desilu – US TV sitcom hit star Lucille Ball (of CBS’s I Love Lucy) – that NBC was somewhat remarkably persuaded to give Roddenberry a rare second bite at the cherry, producing... Read more
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Salon.com
A legendary show’s turbulent beginnings: How ‘Star Trek’ almost failed to launchDesilu kept its head above water into the second season of “Star Trek” before f
A legendary show’s turbulent beginnings: How ‘Star Trek’ almost failed to launch
Salon.com / Posted 19 days ago
Desilu kept its head above water into the second season of “Star Trek” before finally drowning in debt. Studio owner and “I Love Lucy” star Lucille Ball was forced to sell to Paramount. Had she been able to hold on a few months more, she would... Read more
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New York Post
Trinidadian beauty queen’s Green Card scam broke my heartHe soon let her move into his Manhattan apartment but, curiously — at least fro
Trinidadian beauty queen’s Green Card scam broke my heart
New York Post / Posted 22 days ago
He soon let her move into his Manhattan apartment but, curiously — at least from his perspective — they always slept “I Love Lucy”-style, in separate beds. “If I tried to kiss her, she would move away from me,” he told The Post. “I’m not Brad... Read more
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WWNY - WNYF Watertown
MeTV Debuts - See The Best of TV's Classic Showslike "The Andy Griffith Show," "M*A*S*H," "Perry Mason," "CHIPS," "Bonanza," "T
MeTV Debuts - See The Best of TV's Classic Shows
WWNY - WNYF Watertown / Posted 24 days ago
like "The Andy Griffith Show," "M*A*S*H," "Perry Mason," "CHIPS," "Bonanza," "The Twilight Zone," "Hogan's Heroes," "Star Trek," "I love Lucy," and dozens more. The network is seen in more than 96 percent of all U.S. households with 177 affili... Read more
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WWNY - WNYF Watertown
MeTV North Country Premieres Thursdayvideo. Bassler says MeTV offers "the best of the classic TV shows," including
MeTV North Country Premieres Thursday
WWNY - WNYF Watertown / Posted 25 days ago
video. Bassler says MeTV offers "the best of the classic TV shows," including such favorites as "The Andy Griffith Show," "I Love Lucy," and "Gunsmoke." MeTV North Country can be seen over the air on channel 28.2, on Time Warner Cable channel... Read more
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Payson Roundup
Pine’s Trident winery getting into the spirit(s)of being the only winery and tasting room in Gila County. When thinking about
Pine’s Trident winery getting into the spirit(s)
Payson Roundup / Posted 26 days ago
of being the only winery and tasting room in Gila County. When thinking about crushing grapes, the 1956 episode of “I Love Lucy” comes to mind. Lucy, on vacation in Italy, decides to learn how to stomp grapes to prepare for a part in an... Read more
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Salon.com
Ranking the best TV shows: “I certainly could have been talked into ‘The Wire’ or ‘The Sopranos'”between “The Simpsons,” “The Sopranos,” “The Wire,” “Cheers” and “Breaking Bad.
Ranking the best TV shows: “I certainly could have been talked into ‘The Wire’ or ‘The Sopranos'”
Salon.com / Posted 28 days ago
between “The Simpsons,” “The Sopranos,” “The Wire,” “Cheers” and “Breaking Bad.” The next five are “Mad Men,” “Seinfeld,” “I Love Lucy,” “Deadwood” and “All in the Family.” Salon spoke to Sepinwall, who began his career at The Newark Star-Ledger... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Little Ricky Twins Visit WCATwin brother actors, Joseph and Michael Mayer, who played Little Ricky in the s
Little Ricky Twins Visit WCA
The Post-Journal / Posted 29 days ago
Twin brother actors, Joseph and Michael Mayer, who played Little Ricky in the second, third and fourth seasons of "I Love Lucy" made a stop-over at WCA Hospital during the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival. The Mayers signed autographed postcards and... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
First Hollywood home of Lucille Ball hits market at $1.75 millionGirls" in 1940. The two eloped that same year and moved into a Beverly Hills ma
First Hollywood home of Lucille Ball hits market at $1.75 million
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 30 days ago
Girls" in 1940. The two eloped that same year and moved into a Beverly Hills mansion. They started work on the hit sitcom "I Love Lucy" in 1951. The current owner has lived in the property for over 20 years and poured her heart into renovating the... Read more
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Boston Herald
‘Hillary show’ episodes entertaininghave been more fun than a barrel of monkeys. The Hillary Show comes across as a
‘Hillary show’ episodes entertaining
Boston Herald / Posted a month ago
have been more fun than a barrel of monkeys. The Hillary Show comes across as a sort of cross between Leona Helmsley and “I Love Lucy.” I mean, this is a woman who calls Harriet Tubman a “homegirl.” She has a pseudonym for her own daughter.... Read more

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