We're always amazed by how well this 1950s sitcom continues to hold up. Then again, this show practically invented the format. Time has been quite kind to Ricardos and the Mertzes, thanks perhaps to the fact that almost every episode was written by the same three people: Madelyn Pugh Davis, Bob Carroll Jr,. and Jess Oppenheimer. Geniuses all.
1. The one with Vitameetavegamin. "Do you pop out at parties? Are you unpoopular?" ("Lucy Does a TV Commercial")
2. The one where Lucy and Ethel tear down and then rebuild Ricky's barbecue. "If I'd have know this is what friends are for, I'd have signed up as an enemy." ("Building a Barbecue")
3. The one where Lucy keeps stopping the train. "Did you pull that cord?" ("The Great Train Robbery")
4. The one with the wax tulips and the runaway lawn mower. ("Lucy Raises Tulips")
5. The one where the boys dance with the hot young girl at the country club. ("Country Club Dance")
6. The one where Lucy gets stuck in the freezer. ("The Freezer")
7. The one where Lucy meets with a Hollywood studio head and pretends to be Ricky's agent.
"Released?" "Released." ("Ricky Needs an Agent")
8. The one where Lucy switches all of the clocks in the apartment so she won't be late, but then they're late for an important event anyway. ("Lucy's Schedule")
9. The one at the chocolate factory. "Speed it up, boys!" ("Job Switching")
10. The one where the Ricardos sells the Mertzes their washing machine. "Look what happened to your washing machine." ("Never Do Business with Friends")