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|Birthday:||August 6, 1911|
|Birthplace:||Jamestown, New York, United States|
|Death:||April 26, 1989|
|Nationality:||United States Of America|
|Occupations:||Television Actor, Film Actor, Singer, Model, Actor|
|Spouse:||Desi Arnaz, Gary Morton|
Birthday: August 6, 1911
Birthplace: Jamestown, New York, United States
Death: April 26, 1989
Nationality: United States Of America
Occupations: Television Actor, Film Actor, Singer, Model, Actor
Spouse: Desi Arnaz, Gary Morton
Lucy Ricardo: Yes I was a bad girl and you can spank me tomorrow if there's anything left to spank!”
Lucy Ricardo: Would you, please?”
Ricky Ricardo: Oh, well I'm Ricky Ricardo.
Lucy Ricardo: Oh nice to meet you, do you know where I can find Risky Riskardo?”
Lucy Ricardo: Well I've had 'sperience.”
Ricky Ricardo: I'd love to! Do you think she would leave George?”
Lucy Ricardo: Yes, my husband likes me that way.”
Lucy Ricardo: You mean 'a rose by any other name flocks together'?
Ricky Ricardo: [Thinks a moment] Yeah.”
Lucy Ricardo: Oh, you follow horoscopes?
Mr. Merriweather: Yes! I'm Scorpio.
Lucy Ricardo: I'm Taurus.
Ricky Ricardo: I'm cooked.”
Lucy Ricardo: What thin?
Ricky Ricardo: Never mind makin' fun of my English.
Lucy Ricardo: That's English?”
Lucy Ricardo: Why, it's our marriage license.
Ricky Ricardo: Yeah.
Lucy Ricardo: Well, what's the matter? Don't tell me it's expired!”
Lucy Ricardo: Who wrote it? Have you ever heard of Victor Herbert?
Ricky Ricardo: Yeah.
Lucy Ricardo: Well all right, then.”
Police Sergeant: What was that?
Lucy Ricardo: I pretended to be a chair.
Police Sergeant: I don't think the police can help you madam, why don't you call an upholsterer?”
Peggy: Oh, they're all so icky.
Lucy Ricardo: They're icky, huh?
Peggy: Yeah. Except Arthur... Arthur Morton. He's wonderful. He's got curly hair, big, sad eyes, and floppy ears. He looks like Gregory Peck.
Lucy Ricardo: Sounds more like Lassie!”
Ricky Ricardo: Lucy!
Lucy Ricardo: What?
Ricky Ricardo: Don't you like the way I vibrate?”
Lucy Ricardo: Yeah, well I think you started warming up on the way over here!
Jean Valijean Raymand: I can't help it. I can't help that there's a pounding in my heart.
Lucy Ricardo: You don't watch out, there'll be a pounding on your head!”
Fred Mertz: It won't work...
Lucy Ricardo: Why not?
Fred Mertz: Nothing has ever been invented that a man won't try if he thinks he can get his hair back.
Lucy Ricardo: Oh, yeah? Well, you haven't heard of the 'Lucy Ricardo Torture System of Hair Restoring.'”
Lucy Ricardo: Well, you see, all the women's clubs in town are having a big play-writing contest.
Ricky Ricardo: I knew it, I knew it. This had to do with the Wednesday Afternoon Fang and Claw Society.
Lucy Ricardo: It's the Wednesday Afternoon Fine Arts League. Gee, just think, if our play wins I just might become a big, famous playwright. I might become another Tennessee Ernie.
Ricky Ricardo: That's Tennessee Williams.
Lucy Ricardo: Oh.”
Police Sergeant: Why would they do that?
Lucy Ricardo: So they can assume our identities and blow up the capitol.
Police Sergeant: This is serious.
Lucy Ricardo: You're darned right it is!
These people are spies from a foreign enemy agent.
Police Sergeant: What are their names?
Lucy Ricardo: O'Brien!
Police Sergeant: Lady, have you been nipping the cooking sherry?”
Dr. Tom Robinson: Well there was nothing wrong with that.
Lucy Ricardo: Oh yes there waaaas. From then on, I took anything that came into my pretty hands, even though it didn't say take one. I took a bright new penny, I took a bicycle, I took a little boy!
Dr. Tom Robinson: You took a little boy?
Lucy Ricardo: Yeah, but my mother made me give him back!”
Ricky Ricardo, Ethel Mertz, Fred Mertz: [Ricky, Fred, and Ethel shout in unison] Not watch television!
Ricky Ricardo: What else is there to do?
Lucy Ricardo: Well, whatever happened to that game we used to play before television was invented? It was called 'conversation.'
Ethel Mertz: Oh, yeah. How'd that go?
Lucy Ricardo: You know, the four of us used to just sit around all evening and talk. Nothing so unusual about it. In millions of homes all over the country people were having the same kinds of conversations we were having.
Fred Mertz: Yeah, that's why television was invented!”