On one of my favorite topics, the Huffington Post’s Lily Karlin blogged last year about “Why Lucille Ball Was More Revolutionary Than You Think.” She noted, 572 more words
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Okay, well, it’s technically not sitcomboy.com (though I still own the domain; I couldn’t give it up). My WordPress username is Sitcomboydotcom. But this blog’s purpose is the same: to celebrate the Lucyverse, as I call it, the career and life of legendary comedian and American icon, Lucille Ball. 840 more words
On December 1, 1940 Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz got married.
The couple met in 1940 when Lucille Ball was filming the Rodgers and Hart musical “Too Many Girls.” Their marriage eventually became the central theme and inspiration of the television sitcom “I Love Lucy,” which subsequently became an international sensation. 54 more words
On November 6, 1957 “The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour” premiered on CBS. The series consisted of hour long specials that followed the lives of the Ricardos and Mertezes as they move to Westport, Connecticut. 193 more words
First off, please note the new time for The Gangsters All Here Live Tweet. We’ve switched from 12 noon over to 2:30 p.m. EST on Saturdays, just before 196 more words