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Do you like I Love Lucy?

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I used to love this show on television.
However, saw it recently and couldnt finish watching it - it was not real funny any more.

Strange how WE change as we get older!

I thought the theme of the TV show was very good in its time. Same goes with The Golden Girls - used to love that but now cannot watch it!!
by Finy
I actually only saw Golden Girls a few times in reruns. It never lit my fire either. I found the Blanche character really grating.
by Rice
Even though I'm in the right age group to have watched it, I never saw an episode, as we didn't have tv while I was growing up, & my mother didn't have her 1st tv until her 70th birthday!!! My husband enjoyed it though, at the time.
by Miro
Its a bit before my time, so No.
Yes, I've watched it several years ago. I found it really funny at the time.
When I was a kid!
I haven't watched it for a long time. I found it funny. Lucile Ball is very clever.

Not a fan yet we always had it on when I was a kid. (Only two channels back then!) Lucy has always annoyed me for some reason. Like Finy, I find that some of the old shows are no longer funny. It was a different age back then.
by Rice
she annoys me now also Rice, however in its day, I thought it was funny! She is quite aggravating now...
by Finy
Apparently Vivian Vance hated her. Oh dear. Just as well they were actors. LOL
by Rice
I really admired Lucille Ball in OTHER things which she was in,especially some of her movies from very long ago,however, I found her TV shows too hyperactive for me,and though some parts were genuinely hilarious, watching an entire episode was always just TOO much for me!!! The things which I truly admired this woman for were her being the first woman to run a Production company,and one which was responsible for that iconic TV show Mission Impossible and Star Trek,among other things!! She won many major awards ,both while alive and after her death.Not bad for a young lass born in 1911 and who started her career as a model!!!!! She was WAAAAY ahead of her time!
I actually saw her in a couple of movies that I didn't realise she was in until the credits came up! I was struck by how very beautiful she was. I think all the "Wahwahwah!" was what put me off. I prefer humour to be more subtle and for that reason I could never stand the Three Stooges either. She certainly was a clever cookie, as you pointed out.
by Rice
I did the exact same double take when I saw her name listed in credits in several movies.She was a good dancer too,and had the most stunning figure,which is part and parcel of being a model back then when skinny was not the fashion!!
The best part about her though,was her amazing brain!! Gosh,she was so accomplished in so many fields.....
by Jules
I use to watch it all the time when I was a child. I thought it was funny. I thought her husband Ricky was good too. Like the time he got radio mixed up with rodeo. They bounced off each other very well. Poor lucy turned to the bottle in the end. Must be hard to be funny all the time.
Yes...many times. I am a fan of the beautiful clothes Lucy wears - the fashions from this time period were certainly more graceful than the "show what you had for breakfast" mini skirts and "muffin top" jeans from later on. No thanks!


But as Finy says, we do change and now well it may be a tad hard to stick with.
I haven't seen it.
by Vee
Yes I too used to love and it think it funny, but now much older find those old fashion female antics a sign of those times. She portrayed a role none of us like and have fought to shed that image of being a second class housewife/woman!
No, we didn't have tv back then, & in fact my mother didn't have her 1st tv until we gave her 1 for her 70th birthday, & even then, she only watched the ABC shows.
by Miro
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