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    Quote Originally Posted by LibraryLady View Post
    I thought that was Seinfeld?
    There is an Elaine episode of Seinfeld with that premise. I never watched the other show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LibraryLady View Post
    I thought that was Seinfeld?

    I HATE LUCY.:mad:
    Elaine did that voice, in one Seinfeld episode, but I'm thinking of the "Frasier" where Niles and the (invisible) Maris were considering having a baby, so Niles was doing the high school experiment where you take a bag of flour with you wherever you go. As the episode went on, the bag of flour got more and more disreputable, patched with duct tape, scorched on one side (Niles, defensively, "Well, a REAL baby would have SCREAMED before it burst into flames!").

    Finally, Eddie the dog gets hold of the bag of flour and is flinging it around, flour spraying all over Frasier's perfect apartment, while Daphne says laconically, "The dingo's got yer baby."
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    Quote Originally Posted by LibraryLady View Post
    I HATE LUCY.:mad:
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    COMMIE!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    Elaine did that voice, in one Seinfeld episode, but I'm thinking of the "Frasier" where Niles and the (invisible) Maris were considering having a baby, so Niles was doing the high school experiment where you take a bag of flour with you wherever you go. As the episode went on, the bag of flour got more and more disreputable, patched with duct tape, scorched on one side (Niles, defensively, "Well, a REAL baby would have SCREAMED before it burst into flames!").

    Finally, Eddie the dog gets hold of the bag of flour and is flinging it around, flour spraying all over Frasier's perfect apartment, while Daphne says laconically, "The dingo's got yer baby."

    Duh, I have seen that one as well.:o
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    :eek:

    COMMIE!!!!

    :p:D
    I also despise "I Love Lucy". A more whiny, foolish woman would be hard to find. I'm sure the actress was a comic genius but the character was awful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    I also despise "I Love Lucy". A more whiny, foolish woman would be hard to find. I'm sure the actress was a comic genius but the character was awful.
    I agree totally. Where were you when Lord Fruit of the Loom and I used to argue about this??:D
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    I Love Lucy was one of the only shows we were allowed to watch on the old black and white. My mother thought it was hilarious. We also watched Dennis the Menace once a week or so. We only had tv for about a month at a time, every year. Mom "broke it", when things got too violent. They never did pay for cable tv, and still do not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpy View Post
    I Love Lucy was one of the only shows we were allowed to watch on the old black and white. My mother thought it was hilarious. We also watched Dennis the Menace once a week or so. We only had tv for about a month at a time, every year. Mom "broke it", when things got too violent. They never did pay for cable tv, and still do not.
    Your Corporate Cable Masters are not pleased...:p

    And Ginger is a COMMIE too.:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillygirl View Post
    "I'm out."
    I hope someone other than me got that :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaGator View Post
    I hope someone other than me got that :D
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