Everybody Loves Lucy

Friday, October 08, 2010 - 11:00 AM

Lucille Ball knew however big the star, TV was a writer’s medium.  There was just no time for lots of takes to figure it out.  Every gesture, every glance, and every step was written into the script – and that’s the way Lucy wanted it.


Gregg Oppenheimer, the son of creator, producer, and head writer Jess Oppenheimer, reads a bit of the stage direction from the classic episode “Lucy is Enceinte.” (Which is French for what may happen if you don’t use birth control.)  Feel free to pantomime along:

We go behind the scenes of I Love Lucy this weekend – find out how to listen here.


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