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I Love Lucy - Lucy's Skirt
In an episode of I Love Lucy,i can't remember the title.She was on the dance stage dancing a number with Ricky and she had on a lace skirt.Well when she did her spin and her skirt fell down,if you look very carefully you will see that she pulled a string to make it fall down.
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blondie_2_hot_4_u on 10-20-2000
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Brandy writes:
Lucy was dancing with Ethel (played by Vivian Vance). Ethel was dressed in men's clothing to sing the male portion of "The Silvery Moon" song (Lucy was expecting Little Ricky soon, and could not play the male). You can see Lucy look down at her skirt and her hand move in, as she turns you can see her pull the elastic string, dropping her skirt, this mishap was fairly obvious to all viewers.
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n-zyme writes:
To quote someone else, "Two words: TV Rewind."
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farialee writes:
Lucy did indeed pull a string to allow an article of clothing to drop to the floor. However, it wasn't her skirt but her bloomers that fell to her feet.
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port565 writes:
For the most part, who cares about the source? This is "The Slip-Up Archive" as noted on the top of each page. This was a slip-up, therefore, it should be submitted.
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Megan writes:
Thank you very much, Nick at Nite! And it wasn't Ricky, it was Ethel. I don't remember what they were doing but she had on like a Little Bo Beep outfit or something! LOL
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