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If you loved I Love Lucy, then you probably watched this. Both shows starred Lucille Ball, but that's where the similarity ends. I love Lucy was a nutty, hilariously funny, ground breaking show. Here's Lucy was a tiresome, vapid, 3 camera bore featuring a 60 year old woman acting like an idiot. Her marginally talented children added nothing to the show. This show was so bad, that The Lucy Show was enjoyable in comparison. Watch Ricky and Fred instead.
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