We'll always love Lucy.
What's great about the Golden Age of Television is some of the lasting, nostalgic memories -- and some of the great one-liners delivered by the likes of Barney Fife (Don Knotts): "Nip it in the bud!" Or, our favorite greaser of all time, Fonzie (Henry Winkler), who made the first letter of the alphabet so special: "Aaay!"
We think reader Jane Thompson put it best. "She was a beautiful woman but capitalized on humor, style, and wit," Thompson
The GOP retains a 1950s I Love Lucy caricature of women because the party doesn't listen to women. The party doesn't hear women's voices. Literally.
The Monday night program was so popular, than when Lucy and Ricky Ricardo were about to welcome the birth of Little Ricky
5. "Lucy Goes to the Hospital" (Season 2, 1953) With Lucy on the verge of having her baby, the Ricardos and Mertzes rehearse
Lucy Ricardo offends, alienates, or inadvertently assaults the following celebrities: Lucy Ricardo finds herself in a jam
"Our nurses are on board. The American people are on board. It's now up to us. We can do what we've done for so long and