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You're right. So, I'll amend it. New plot:

 

Desperate for yet another advance from her trust fund, Lucy attempts to seduce Mr. Barnsdahl.

 

I don't believe he was married, so now no adultery.

Hi Roddy, so nice too see you here again.

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Just getting to some of these thin's: OMG!!!!

 

My Mother My Sale After a lifetime of semi-repressed anger, Kim Carter ponders writing a Mommie Dearest book on Lucy Carter but changes her mind when she discovers there's more money in selling bric-a-brac with her mother's image to middle-aged homosexuals.

 

OMG!!!! Again.... This is more fun than I'm allowed to have!

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"Lucy Puts Out at the Bank"

 

Desperate for yet another advance from her trust fund, Lucy attempts to seduce Mr. Mooney.

 

 

:hlLOL: !!!!!!!!!

 

 

Wish I'd thought of that one. FABULOUS!!!!

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Just getting to some of these thin's: OMG!!!!

 

My Mother My Sale After a lifetime of semi-repressed anger, Kim Carter ponders writing a Mommie Dearest book on Lucy Carter but changes her mind when she discovers there's more money in selling bric-a-brac with her mother's image to middle-aged homosexuals.

 

OMG!!!! Again.... This is more fun than I'm allowed to have!

 

 

And young ones too :professor:

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"Ricky Thinks He's Getting Balled"

 

Is Ricky's mind playing tricks on him, or are Lucy, Fred and Ethel throwing more snappy insults at him than ever? Time to call a feesakeeatrist!

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"Ricky Thinks He's Getting Balled"

 

Is Ricky's mind playing tricks on him, or are Lucy, Fred and Ethel throwing more snappy insults at him than ever? Time to call a feesakeeatrist!

 

Okay, when I first read that title, I thought maybe Cesar Romero had stopped by for a visit. :lucyhorror:

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I am in Hollywood. Lucy is blackmailing Ricky. Ricky forgetting their wedding anniversary. Lucy stalking movie stars. Everyone is getting on each other's nerves over their irritating habits.

 

Which are all "real" episodes -- did you mean this for the "Which 'I Love Lucy' episodes are you watching" thread??? ;)

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Which are all "real" episodes -- did you mean this for the "Which 'I Love Lucy' episodes are you watching" thread??? ;)

 

 

Yeah!!!! LOL!!!! :marionstrong:

 

BullDog Cement Dance - After Lucy upstages Ricky in the television show benefit, Ricky tricks Lucy by applying bulldog cement on the mask she wore for the bullfighting routine. Ricky asks Lucy to wear the mask for publicity photos and afterwards was unable to remove her mask.

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Lucy Does a PV Commercial:

Lucy's determination to quit smoking leads her to cheat her way into doing the middle commercial for Ricky's television act: extolling the virtues of electronic cigarettes, or "personal vaporizers". Unfortunately, the early prototype she is given has an incorrect mixture that happens to be laced with laughing gas, and soon she's so whacked out that everyone thinks she's pitching electronic marijuana. Sales skyrocket, and Lucy becomes the "legalize it" mascot.

 

First Bop:

The gang recalls their first time experiences, and Fred is mortified to find out Ethel didn't save herself for him.

 

Lucy Visits Brahman's:

Lucy starts practicing Hinduism

 

The Odd Dishin':

Lucy & Ethel have always had a taste for gossip, but their latest subjects are so bizarre that Ricky and Fred think they need professional help.

 

Lucy Fakes Stillness:

Desperate for Ricky's attention, Lucy plays dead one morning. She's so convincing she wakes up in the morgue!

 

Lucy Blazes Juleps:

Misreading a bartender's manual, Lucy nearly burns down the house after torching some after dinner drinks

 

Getting Heady:

The Ricardo's get quite the buzz off Fred's moonshine!

 

Mertz in Skirts:

Fred surprises everyone by living out a secret dream of his: as a crossdressing performer! Special appearance by Milton Berle

 

Ethel's Mirth Day:

Ethel cuts loose and has a gay old time!

 

Fred and Ethel Slight:

The Mertzes lose many friends and make many enemies with their new merciless attitude.

 

The Damping Drip:

An unexplained leak causes water to drip on Lucy's head while she sleeps, and soon she goes mad!

 

Lucy Does Durango:

After meeting a young girl named Debbie, visiting from Dallas, Lucy decides to hit the road and make her mark with many men!

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Lucy Does a PV Commercial:

Lucy's determination to quit smoking leads her to cheat her way into doing the middle commercial for Ricky's television act: extolling the virtues of electronic cigarettes, or "personal vaporizers". Unfortunately, the early prototype she is given has an incorrect mixture that happens to be laced with laughing gas, and soon she's so whacked out that everyone thinks she's pitching electronic marijuana. Sales skyrocket, and Lucy becomes the "legalize it" mascot.

 

First Bop:

The gang recalls their first time experiences, and Fred is mortified to find out Ethel didn't save himself for her.

 

Lucy Visits Brahman's:

Lucy starts practicing Hinduism

 

The Odd Dishin':

Lucy & Ethel have always had a taste for gossip, but their latest subjects are so bizarre that Ricky and Fred think they need professional help.

 

Lucy Fakes Stillness:

Desperate for Ricky's attention, Lucy plays dead one morning. She's so convincing she wakes up in the morgue!

 

Lucy Blazes Juleps:

Misreading a bartender's manual, Lucy nearly burns down the house after torching some after dinner drinks

 

Getting Heady:

The Ricardo's get quite the buzz off Fred's moonshine!

 

Mertz in Skirts:

Fred surprises everyone by living out a secret dream of his: as a crossdressing performer! Special appearance by Milton Berle

 

Ethel's Mirth Day:

Ethel cuts loose and has a gay old time!

 

Fred and Ethel Slight:

The Mertzes lose many friends and make many enemies with their new merciless attitude.

 

The Damping Drip:

An unexplained leak causes water to drip on Lucy's head while she sleeps, and soon she goes mad!

 

Hilarious!

 

 

Lucy Does Durango:

After meeting a young girl named Debbie, visiting from Dallas, Lucy decides to hit the road and make her mark with many men!

 

:marionstrong: :marionstrong: :marionstrong:

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Job Ditching:

Lucy & Ethel bore of packaging candy and go light up behind the factory. The forewoman catches them, but decides to join them and is soon gleefully shouting "weed it up a little!"

 

Ricky & Fred are ET Fans:

Convinced that Lucy & Ethel's Martian publicity stunt was real, the boys are soon on the roof every night looking for the mothership to beam them up.

 

Don Juan and the Harlots:

Lucy thinks Ricky's decision to prepare for his role by visiting brothels is no way to do a movie, so she and Ethel go undercover as "ladies of the evening" to try and catch him in the act.

 

The Dashin' Beau:

Fred's moving to Pomona to tend orange groves has a positive influence on him, and soon Ethel's just mad about her poopsie woopsie.

 

Regnant Women are Oh So Miserable:

After taking a self-esteem course, the new powerful and confident Lucy begins whipping Ricky into submission, but soon everyone's sick of her.

 

Lucy's Show Biz Swan Bong:

Ricky tells Lucy that if she wants to succeed in show business, she has to give up smoking...so she prepares for one final trippy night with Ethel.

 

TP'ing the Mertz's Apartment:

After another fight with Fred and Ethel, Lucy & Ricky toilet paper their apartment and blame it on the Applebys, leading to a college-level fight of epic proportions between all three couples.

 

Lucy Learns to Jive:

Lucy learns to hand jive, baby, in preparation for playing Sandy in Grease

 

California, Here We Cum:

Ricky's off to make his movie...but NOT the kind of movie Lucy's expecting :lucydisgust:

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"Lucy Sells Craig to Gloria Swanson"

 

After seeing an ad in the paper for a musician needed to aid in songwriting, Lucy persuades Craig to apply for the job. He drives to Sunset Boulevard and is greeted by the woman's butler, Hives (William Lanteau). Then, "Mona Almond" introduces herself, and Craig remembers she was once a huge recording artist and that his mother has a few of her records.

 

CRAIG: "Haven't I heard you somewhere before. Aren't you Mona Almond? You used to be on record! You used to be big!"

 

MONA: "I am big...it's the phonographs that got small!"

 

Come to find out she's planning a concert tour comeback and wants Craig to help write the score, but the poor woman is completely unaware that she's been forgotten. After Craig tells Lucy, Harry and Kim about the situation, they conspire to give Mona the comeback she deserves and agree to sing backup for her, with the highlight of the evening being Mona & Lucy's joint Charlie Chaplin impressions.

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Lucy & Her Electric Distress -- Lucy and Viv win the grand door prize at Flo, the Manicurist's bachelorette/naughty gift party, but Lucy is left in an awkward situation when one of the electric appliances goes haywire in the most embrarassing way.

 

Lucy & The Soap Opera Digest -- Moonlighting as reporter under an assumed name, Lucy is put in a professional predicament when her actor neighbour spills all the details of the entire upcoming season of Cramden Crove.

 

Lucy & The Bank Sandal -- Lucy has to hold Mooney back from getting the tear gas when a band of local flower children stage a love-in at the bank.

 

Lucy & The Rinky-Fink Bing -- After Gary Crosby visits the Unique Employment Agency looking for a secretery to help him with his memoirs, Lucy assigns herself to the task, and promptly tries to have Der Bingle hung out to dry.

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Lucy & Her Electric Distress -- Lucy and Viv win the grand door prize at Flo, the Manicurist's bachelorette/naughty gift party, but Lucy is left in an awkward situation when one of the electric appliances goes haywire in the most embrarassing way.

 

Lucy & The Soap Opera Digest -- Moonlighting as reporter under an assumed name, Lucy is put in a professional predicament when her actor neighbour spills all the details of the entire upcoming season of Cramden Crove.

 

Lucy & The Bank Sandal -- Lucy has to hold Mooney back from getting the tear gas when a band of local flower children stage a love-in at the bank.

 

Lucy & The Rinky-Fink Bing -- After Gary Crosby visits the Unique Employment Agency looking for a secretery to help him with his memoirs, Lucy assigns herself to the task, and promptly tries to have Der Bingle hung out to dry.

 

:lucyhaha:

 

The Bank Sandal one is a particular gem!

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Lucy Gets In Scriptures:

After spying the virgin on a piece of toast, Mrs. Ricardo is reborn into a fundamentalist loon, and it's up to Ethel (in disguise as a rabbi) to make her be un-reborn.

 

The Club Infection:

The ladies of the Wednesday Afternoon Fine Arts League sit around and discuss, while squirming and scratching, their various female-oriented problems.

 

The Senority Complex:

Fred gets depressed at being the oldest member of the gang, so the other three dress up as old people to cheer him up. Soon he feels so young he becomes insufferable, so the others must dress up as teenagers to make him remember that he's no spring chicken and get depressed again.

 

Ricky's European Schtuping:

Lucy is dismayed when Gitte van der Spritzer, an old German flame of Ricky's, meets up with them in Switzerland. Her angst is even greater when Ricky & Gitte get snowed in a small cabin with no way out and no way in, so she and Ethel try to dig them out before the joyous cry of "BabaLOOOOOOOOO" causes another avalanche.

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Lucy Gets In Scriptures:

After spying the virgin on a piece of toast, Mrs. Ricardo is reborn into a fundamentalist loon, and it's up to Ethel (in disguise as a rabbi) to make her be un-reborn.

 

The Club Infection:

The ladies of the Wednesday Afternoon Fine Arts League sit around and discuss, while squirming and scratching, their various female-oriented problems.

 

The Senority Complex:

Fred gets depressed at being the oldest member of the gang, so the other three dress up as old people to cheer him up. Soon he feels so young he becomes insufferable, so the others must dress up as teenagers to make him remember that he's no spring chicken and get depressed again.

 

Ricky's European Schtuping:

Lucy is dismayed when Gitte van der Spritzer, an old German flame of Ricky's, meets up with them in Switzerland. Her angst is even greater when Ricky & Gitte get snowed in a small cabin with no way out and no way in, so she and Ethel try to dig them out before the joyous cry of "BabaLOOOOOOOOO" causes another avalanche.

 

Lucy & Viv Put in Desilu Gower:

While on a Hollywood sightseeing tour, Lucy persuades Viv to climb up the Desilu Watertower for a better view. One thing leads to another and both fall in it and have to tread water until they are rescued (by Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball).

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I'm glad that brain of yours keeps churning these out!

Some of these (particularly the "Young Fred" episode) would have made viable episodes.

 

 

Lucy & Viv Put in Desilu Gower:

While on a Hollywood sightseeing tour, Lucy persuades Viv to climb up the Desilu Watertower for a better view. One thing leads to another and both fall in it and have to tread water until they are rescued (by Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball).

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I'm glad that brain of yours keeps churning these out!

Some of these (particularly the "Young Fred" episode) would have made viable episodes.

 

Thanks! Hope it isn't overkill, but it's a lot of fun :professor:

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Thanks! Hope it isn't overkill, but it's a lot of fun :professor:

 

It's not overkill at all ....Promise me something: when you die, will you donate your brain to science?

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It's not overkill at all ....Promise me something: when you die, will you donate your brain to science?

 

Hahaha. A new wing in the Jamestown museum: Brains of Lucy Lovers :lucyhorror:

 

The ultimate sign of a smart brain: filled with Lucy knowledge!

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The Black Guy:

Ethel ditches drippy Fred and starts going out with Sidney Poitier after seeing him on Broadway. Guess who's coming over for dinner at the Ricardo's from now on ;)

 

Lucy is Abstinente:

Lucy gets even with Ricky for spanking her again and cuts off bedroom privileges for good. Soon Ricky is Babalonley and starts going crazy with repressed urges. Ethel is dismayed when Fred volunteers to pimp her out to Ricky, but he renegs on the deal when Ethel decides she enjoys the arrangement. Lucy eventually cools down and apologizes, but can't get her chastity belt off...where's that locksmith's phone number again?

 

Bollywood Anniversary:

Ricky has a wonderful anniversary present for Lucy: he's arranged for her to star in a movie...in Bombay.

 

Lucy Gets Druggy with the Neighbours:

New country neighbours Ralph and Betty seem like a nice couple, and Lucy is soon spending most of her time at their house...too much time. Ricky grows suspicious when Lucy starts sneaking over late at night and coming back in the wee hours of the morning, and more than once spies her and Betty down alleyways with trenchcoats and sunglasses. When he finds a stack of money in her mattress, Ricky realizes she's the Ramsey's runner, and now he wants in.

 

Visitors from Little Italy:

The Mertzes have two new tenants in their building, transplanted from Brooklyn: Sal and Sophia Petrillo. Ethel & Fred are soon spending more time with them than the Ricardo's, and a jealous Lucy befriends their daughter, Dorothy, in the hopes of uniting all the families. Dorothy tells Lucy not to worry, however...it's only a matter of time before she ships her mother down to a lovely Miami nursing home she's been reading about :)

 

Deserted Island:

The Ricardo's and Mertz's fishing trip turns to disaster when they get beached on a desert island out in the middle of nowhere. Things get even more crowded when some guy named Gilligan and a whole crew of passengers wash up on shore a few years later.

 

Vase to Vase:

Lucy & Ethel pick out matching vases to have their ashes put in after both die, with the hopes that they can still be coordinated in the afterlife. When Little Ricky accidentally breaks Lucy's, however, she is unable to pick out an exact replacement. Ethel is so insulted that Lucy changed hers, she buys a much more expensive one. Soon both women are smahing vases left and right until the china shop is fresh out, and both realize just how pointless this whole ordeal has been.

 

Lucy Misplaces $2,000,000,000,000:

After kleptomaniacs Lucy the Lip and Baby Face Ethel pull off a spectacular heist, they wind up losing the dough when their thousands of candy boxes get pilfered by rowdy kids. How hard could it be to find all those bills flying around a fairground?

 

The Duplicity Complex:

Ethel introduces Lucy to her friend Lillian Appleby, whom Lucy already knows as Carolyn Appleby. Seeking to figure out why Carolyn has 2 different personalities, they help guide Carolyn to a place where she can finally let Lillian go...only to regret it later as it turns out Lillian was much nicer than snippy Carolyn. Now how to get Lillian back, and convince her to return Lucy's cashmire sweater and purse?

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Bollywood Anniversary:

Ricky has a wonderful anniversary present for Lucy: he's arranged for her to star in a movie...in Bombay.

 

Related episode:

"India By Way of Red Bluff" or "Ricky's 'Don Juan' in Hell"

After flight (#930) takes off, Ricky is thrilled that the scheduled movie is his "Don Juan". But when the showing is constantly interrupted by a cackling passenger in coach, he fears the worst. The movie is cut short by an unscheduled layover in Red Bluff when the same passenger spots the local amusing park's merry-go-round from the air and demands the pilot land ("all he has to do is push the steering wheel forward") because she realizes her free pass is about to expire. As Mrs. McGillicuddy de-planes through first class stifling chuckles under her breath, Ricky hides his face, but too late! Mrs. McGillicuddy spots him and stops, lets out one more maniacal laugh and continues out the door.

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