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  1. I know Neil got to attend a few filmings, and I believe Joey was in the audience for the first LWL. Hopefully they'll see this and share some of their memories. That's so neat you got to see 2x4s! Question for you: the opening title sequence appeared to feature a shot from this episode that wound up cut - Lucy walking down the stairs in her pink dress while Larry Anderson fanned himself. This may be a long shot, but do you perhaps recall the context of that scene? In what way was Gary's warmup inappropriate, if I may ask?
  2. I fully support everything Ken says here: http://kenlevine.blogspot.com/2022/01/the-i-love-lucy-movie-i-would-like-to.html
  3. Has anybody been watching this show lately? How’s it doing?
  4. Proofreading is becoming a lost art. You should see some of the summaries written for episodes on streaming services. Do these interns even taken English in high school anymore?
  5. There are no words. No words. Except we will always love and appreciate you. https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2021/dec/31/golden-girls-star-betty-white-dies-aged-99
  6. The 2003 one in particular. Whatever license and timeline shifting that film took pales in comparison to what Sorkin did. And at least “Lucy” made an effort at nuanced and sympathetic portrayals of Ball and Arnaz, and tried to explain what made them tick in a non-salacious way.
  7. I really need to see it a second time before I can fully articulate my thoughts. Suffice it to say I’ll likely be watching “Before the Laughter” and “Lucy” as palette cleansers afterwards.
  8. I noticed some commenters on a home theatre forum were surprised that Andy is getting released before Lucy. The person who said the reason for this was because Lucy is “too racist and sexist” for today’s crowd was widely mocked.
  9. Yeah, it’s kind of a tough call. Unless they do what Sony initially did for Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie - put out a colour set and a B&W set simultaneously, this giving people a choice from the get go. But, as you said earlier, it’s a laborious and expensive process, and there are still many episodes left to do. So it’s going to be quite some time before all of them are prepared in colour.
  10. I think putting the complete series in Blu-Ray in HD black and white would be the best place to start. However, having colorised episodes made available later on future “ultimate” sets would probably work as an incentive to double dip. But maybe making all the episodes available in their original form first should be the starting point.
  11. The Andy Griffith Show has just gotten a complete series blu-ray release. Maybe this means Lucy will be in the pipeline. https://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=29558
  12. New Neighbors has got to be one of my least favourite episodes. No matter how many times I try, I never enjoy it. The plot is very contrived and never truly funny. The only thing I like is seeing the Ricardo’s window being used at the beginning. As well, it’s truly unfair that Lucy gets all the blame at the end, given Ricky and Fred overheard them on the furnace and jumped to the same conclusion. Also, the O’Brien apartment is such a dump compared to the other apartments shown in the Mertz building!
  13. I did the same last night. It’s a very funny episode. Lucy is brilliant manoeuvring around in those bandages during the fire scene. And the interplay between the Mertzes in the opening scene never gets old.
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