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'I Love Lucy' Turns 65: Unforgettable Episodes from TV's Iconic Comedy
Today marks the 65th anniversary of the television favorite, " I Love Lucy ." Starring Lucille Ball , Cuban bandleader Desi Arnaz as her husband Ricky, and their landlord friends Ethel and Fred Mertz (Vivian Vance, William Frawley), the show ran for 180 laugh-out-loud episodes from 1951 to 1957.
Blac Chyna Reveals Pregnancy Body, Janet Jackson Pregnant At 50
Celebrity pregnancies break new barriers about beauty and getting pregnant later in life.
The DC Design House Raises Money for Charity - in Style
ABC News' Lana Zak takes a tour of the 9th annual DC Design House, which showcases the work of top area designers to raise money for the Children's National Health System.
After The View: September 15th, 2016
The View co-hosts debate how long you should date before marriage after actors Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski announce engagement after dating 6 months.
Inside the Star Trek Mission New York Convention
ABC News' Michael Rothman takes us inside the special Star Trek event celebrating this show's 50th anniversary.
Lucille Ball's First-Ever Hollywood Home Listed at $1.75 Million
It may not be 623 E. 68th Street, but for a cool, $1.75 million, one lucky fan can call Lucille Ball 's actual Hollywood home their own. The charming 1,874-square-foot property boasts two beds, two baths, two decks, a fireplace, patio, and avocado and lemon trees, according to Zillow . The home's
Lucille Ball's First Hollywood Home Listed at $1.75 Million
The queen of comedy purchased the dwelling in the 1930's, right about the time she signed a contract with RKO Radio Pictures.
Justin Bieber Gets Naked in Hawaii
Justin Bieber bares it all just days after photos of a nude Orlando Bloom on a beach in Italy are unveiled.
New Lucille Ball Statue to Be Unveiled After 'Scary Lucy' Upsets Fans
A new Lucille Ball statue will be revealed on Saturday on what would have been the "Queen of Comedy's" 105th birthday. The bronze figure was sculpted over the course of nine months by New Yorker Carolyn Palmer, after fans grew upset by the unveiling of a 2009 statue of the iconic red head that had
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: 20/20 Sits Down With Patty Duke and Her Sons Sean and Mackenzie Astin in 2004
July 30, 2004: Patty Duke's sons talk candidly about dealing with their mother's experience with mental illness.