I Love Lucy

I Love Lucy

Genre: Comedy, Family | Released: 1951-1957

A daffy woman constantly strives to become a star along with her bandleader husband and gets herself in the strangest situations.

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I Love Lucy Quotes

    • Lucy, you've got some 'splainin to do!
    • Ai-yai-yai-yai-yai!
    • Lucy, what do you have to say for yourself?
    • And as I recall, it was till death do us part. That event is about to take place right now!!
    • Mira que tiene cosa la mujer esta... (Look what this woman has done...)
    • Mira que tiene cosa la loco mujer esta... (Look what this crazy woman has done...)

  • Ethel: Sing something.
    Ricky: I couldn't.
    Lucy: Let's neck.
    Ricky: Wait a minute, I'll sing.
  • Ethel: We can always call the zoo and order a couple of dancing bears.
  • Fred: Yeah with all that champagne, even Ethel might look good.
  • Ethel Mertz: I refuse to go anywhere with someone who thinks I am a hippopotamus.
    Ricky Ricardo: Lucy, is this true?
    Lucy Ricardo: No, I just implied that she was a little hippy... though she has got the biggest potamus I've ever seen.
  • Lucy Ricardo: [in charge of operetta to benefit the club she and Ethel are in, which doesn't know that there is no money in its account because Lucy has been borrowing from it] Well, we could save money by writing the operetta ourselves.
    Ethel Mertz: We? Who's we?
    Lucy Ricardo: We is Ethel Romberg and Lucy Friml, that's who we is.
  • Ricky Ricardo: I don't like that tone. You are thinking again.
    Lucy Ricardo: There's no law about me going to Romanov's. Perhaps maybe stopping by your table and...
    Ricky Ricardo: Lucy, if I so much as see your face at Romanov's, I'm gonna wrap you up in brown paper and mail you back to New York. And that's an ultimatum.
    Ethel Mertz: An ultimatum? I'm not surprised.
    Lucy Ricardo: I am. I didn't think he knew how to pronounce it.
  • Ricky Ricardo: Look, all I know is that Columbus discovered Ohio in 1776.
  • Ricky Ricardo: Lucy's actin' crazy.
    Fred Mertz: Crazy for Lucy, or crazy for ordinary people?
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