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Mot Morenzi

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  1. Obviously this is the type of film that will be submitted for awards consideration left, right and centre, but I’m curious which ones it’ll be eligible for. Will it qualify for the Oscars or is Amazon considered TV and therefore Emmys?
  2. Lucie hinted in her Instagram video that no "I Love Lucy" recreations would be featured.
  3. I would love to see Carole Cook play Lucy in a film chronicling her later years, on the proviso she recreate the “Top Jimmy & The Rhythm Pigs” dance.
  4. LOL. I'm not saying this isn't necessarily disappointing news, but do these people not have DVD players or something? Also, weren't the Hallmark prints very fuzzy and low quality compared to other sources?
  5. I have heard references to this event but no precise details. How did it ultimately play out?
  6. As I remember, "Disc Jockey" only aired as the 3rd season finale because it had been preempted earlier in the schedule. So they had to squeeze it in last. "Stockholder" would've made a more fitting finale.
  7. David Lander (Squiggy from Laverne & Shirley) has passed away at age 73.
  8. Oh, Lucy on TikTok. Imagine the possibilities. Her paid promotion of Vitametavegamin would go viral, of course!
  9. Lucy Meets Sheldon & Leonard Fulfilling her promise to Ethel, Lucy leaves her brain to science upon her death. Many years later, Mrs. Ricardo’s brain is examined by Pasadena neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler, who has never in her life studied such a unique specimen. After consulting with her equally brilliant friends, it is decided that Lucy must be brought back to life for further examination. With the help of Sheldon Cooper, Leonard Hofstadter and Howard Wolowitz, they succeed in uploading Mrs. Ricardo’s consciousness into Howard’s female robot prototype, allowing Lucy to be “reborn” into the 21st century. Though disappointed that her idols of the 1950s are no longer with us, the still star-struck Lucy adapts to 21st century life remarkably well, and is soon following every male celebrity known to man on Instagram, and making Penny jealous by securing more media appearances and acting jobs then she could ever have dreamed of before. Things hit a snag, however, when Sheldon proves allergic to henna and RoboLucy won’t stop sitting in “his spot.”
  10. What a beautiful article and such lovely photos.
  11. The one and only Sir Sean Connery has passed away at 90
  12. This will be an interesting search. Who else today could play Lucille, I wonder?
  13. Can't say I'm surprised. By the time it's made, Cate will probably be in "Here's Lucy" age territory. I wonder if they'll find another actress or shelve the project.
  14. Prolific television star Conchata Ferrell has died at 77. https://deadline.com/2020/10/conchata-ferrell-dead-two-and-a-half-men-co-star-77-1234596750/
  15. She played the Evil Queen in the Golan Globus Snow White, one of the more loyal Grimm Brothers adaptations. She was a knockout.
  16. Dame Diana Rigg has passed away at 82 https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-54106509 This is a kick in the guts. She was one of the first celebrities I became a fan of as a child. I used to stay up to watch her introductions to Masterpiece Theatre. What a terrible loss.
  17. Thanks for this. Your last paragraph sounds completely on the nose. Why not come up with your own characters instead of twisting and distorting the lives of real people to fit a fictional narrative? I think I’ll give this one a pass...or else wait for Lindsay Lohan to do the Lifetime Original Movie version.
  18. I meant I hoped he wouldn’t write a book proclaiming the RA theory as factually correct. Chronicling other explanations for that time in her life would be another matter.
  19. Wth those settings, Viv must really be a sight from behind in her knit suit!
  20. It sounds like an interesting concept, to be sure, and I love the title, but historical fiction of this kind makes it easy for misinformation to spread. There are certainly people who will unfortunately take this as gospel. I hope his next book isn't a dramatic retelling of the years she was confined to bed due to RA.
  21. ...which was taken from “Lucy Goes to the Hospital.” That’s the only colorised scene (to date) from an episode in the first Ricardo apartment taking place after “Redecorating.” So it’s the only time the replacement furniture has appeared in color.
  22. Redecorating was the 8th episode of season two. “Lucy Goes to the Hospital” was episode 16.
  23. Wasn't it a different sofa that she won in the radio contest? All previous colourised shows taking place in 4A were set before that episode, I think.
  24. You’re not alone. Years ago, Lily Tomlin told a story on a late night show about how she’d publicly referred to “the late Wilford Brimley” and later had to apologise, in writing, to Brimley’s camp, who were deeply offended. She read the letter out loud and it was hysterical.
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