The 6 most hilarious moments from 'I Love Lucy'

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The 6 most hilarious moments from 'I Love Lucy'

While filming this classic grape-stomping scene from the episode “Lucy’s Italian Movie,” Ball reportedly almost choked to death.

Lucy has a hard time deciding on everything from where she wants to sit to what she wants to eat, which doesn’t win her any favor with her extremely frustrated waiter in this clip.

When Ball became pregnant in real life during the second season of the show, producers wrote her condition into the storyline, although they were unable to use the word “pregnant” and instead had to say she was “expecting.” In addition, each episode had to be reviewed by a priest, minister and rabbi to ensure nothing would be seen as offensive to viewers.


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Widely regarded as one of the greatest sitcoms of all time, I Love Lucy ruled the airwaves for most of its six-season run on CBS, from October 15th, 1951, through June 24th, 1957. The show was highly innovative for many reasons: It was the first television series to utilize the three-camera format; it was the first to be shot with 35mm film; and it was the first to be presented in front of a live studio audience. It followed the unpredictable and often zany antics of housewife and mother Lucy Ricardo (Lucille Ball), her husband, Ricky (Ball's real-life husband, Desi Arnaz), and their landlords/neighbors, Fred (William Frawley) and Ethel Mertz (Vivian Vance), who live together in perfect comedic harmony in their New York City apartment building. Ricky Ricardo was presented as a famous orchestra leader and singer, but it was attention-craving, fame-loving Lucy who stole the show each week with her unpredictable schemes and uncanny ability to get herself into and out of the most precarious situations. Whether she was scheming her way into one of Ricky's shows or movies, trying to maintain the house, or selling Vitameatavegamin to the world, Lucy always delivered the laughs. And for more than half a century, the show has remained popular with audiences around the world through syndication. Today, we present our 6 favorite moments from I Love Lucy.

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