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  1. Has anyone been able to figure out if/when/where Time Life will begin airing the obligatory 30 minute infomercial for the Ultimate Collection set? It should be fun to watch plus it'd be nice to see more of Life With Lucy before buying to get a better idea of the picture quality. The quick flashes of it in the online commercial look rough.
  2. Our Miss Brooks on ME TV

    This is hilarious! I've enjoyed watching these episodes of Our Miss Brooks so much. PLEASE let them see a DVD eventually.
  3. The NEW Lucy Statue!

    Lucille Ball — and her hometown fans — received a much-welcomed gift today: A new bronze statue to replace the hilariously awful one that made headlines around the world as “Scary Lucy.” The new statue, sculpted by artist Carolyn D. Palmer, was unveiled today at the Lucille Ball Memorial Park in Ball’s hometown of Celoron, NY. Today would have been the TV legend’s 105th birthday. “I not only wanted to portray the playful, animated and spontaneous Lucy, but also the glamorous Hollywood icon,” said Palmer. “I just hope that all the Lucy fans are pleased and that Lucille Ball herself would have enjoyed this image of her.” This is the park’s second attempt at a Lucy likeness, following sculptor Dave Poulin’s 2009 massive fail. Poulin’s unintentionally heinous statue, with its demon eyes, horse teeth and altogether lack of resemblance to the Lucy everyone loved, prompted a public outcry and was soon dubbed “Scary Lucy.” A chastened Poulin offered a re-do, but the Western New York village chose instead to stage a national competition. The Hudson Valley, NY-based Palmer was chosen from a pool of more than 65 competing sculptors. Her six-foot-tall bronze statue depicts Ball in a 1950s polka-dot dress, pearls, handbag and high-heels. The new statue will no doubt come as a relief to Lucy fans and little children everywhere. (http://deadline.com/2016/08/lucy-statue-lucille-ball-scary-lucy-carolyn-palmer-1201799668/)
  4. Remember this monstrosity? Well feast your eyes on the new beauty unveiled today in honor of Lucy's birthday!
  5. I thought that was a nice touch! I wonder how many of the people tuning in last night got a little jolt out of hearing a line they'd never heard before in such a classic episode. The special was really well done, I wish there was a way to purchase it.
  6. Oddly, the amazon page for season one has been taken down. THE PLOT THICKENS! Best Buy's MSRP is the aforementioned $129.99.
  7. Those animated My Favorite Husband episodes are fantastic...so well done. Watching the few that were made makes me wish the entire series could be done to enjoy.
  8. Now listed on Best Buy's website with a sale price of $119.99.
  9. Really hoping they stick to the updated "comic" style art for these. Oh, and I'll say it... the price on this is absolutely ridiculous.
  10. Some dish from TV Guide: Brief preliminary mention on TV Shows On DVD: http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Love-Lucy-ultimate-Lucy-season-1/19243
  11. MARCH 18, 2014! Amazon has listed Season 1 of I Love Lucy on blu-ray priced at *gulp* $129.99 (currently marked down to *gulp* $90.99) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/Love-Lucy-Complete-Season-Blu-ray/ref=%26%2574%2561g%3d%2562l%2575r%2561yf%256fr%2575m%252d20?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1386425660&sr=1-21&tag=blurayforum-20&ASIN=B00H5NY6CI
  12. Aw, come on guys! Color episodes are an addition, not a subtraction. That initial, scary color job done on the christmas episode has existed for nearly 25 years and it hasn't wiped out the memory of the black and white master. Plus, we're getting the blurays very soon for the entire original run AND this color edition is going to get Lucy back on CBS 60 years from its original airdate. That is incredible and something to be celebrated!
  13. I can find something to enjoy in virtually everything Lucille Ball did but I do tend to enjoy The Lucy Show more. Probably because the first years were still tip-top quality on par with I Love Lucy and later on we were able to enjoy the first go-round with Gale Gordon. This will probably get my ass kicked but another reason is the absence of Lucie and Desi Jr. who tended to hog valuable airtime better used by their mom. I know..." "
  14. ME-TV Adds The Lucy Show

    I love when I happen to catch an episode on ME-TV though I'm immediately compelled to lunge for my DVD's and play the remastered, uncut version of whatever they're showing and enjoy it commercial free.
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