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Millennials think they know what constitutes good television. But unless they’ve watched “I Love Lucy” and other great shows from the mid-twentieth century, they don’t know what they’re talking about. While most millennials enjoy programs about drugs and crime, a small sampling of these young people have an penchant for nostalgia. That means they’re connoisseurs of old television shows, black and white movies and the popular music of the Good Old Days. Fortunately, these young adults have YouTube and other online sources to find content that would otherwise have been lost through the years.
Did you grow up watching “I Love Lucy”? Are you a lifelong fan of Lucille Ball? Then you need to take the quiz below and share your results with us in the comments. Try it now to see how well you remember the iconic comedy hit TV show and if you’re a real “I Love Lucy” fan…
Below we will provide interesting information about Lucille Ball and the show she was most famous for doing.
Besides being an actress, Lucille Ball became the first woman to run a major television studio. And she was good at it, too! Her studio produced Star Trek and Mission: Impossible among other things. It seemed that whatever Lucille Ball put her mind to, she succeeded at.
She was nominated for 13 Emmy Awards and won the honor four times. She won many other awards and honor during her lifetime. But in 1984, she was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame and in 1986 won a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Ball was born in Jamestown, New York, where a bronze statute of her has since been erected in the town square. The first artist’s attempt failed miserably. Everyone considered the statute to be “scary” and wanted it removed. Eventually, another sculptor took a stab at the project and delivered a stunning likeness of the beloved actress. The new statue of Lucille Ball was unveiled in August 2016.
Lucy first complained of chest pains while at home in Beverly Hills in 1989. She was rushed to the hospital and underwent about 8 hours of heart surgery. She recovered and received countless well-wishes from all over Hollywood and the world. But then about a week later, she died from a second aortic rupture.
Now that you have some background on Lucille Ball, are you ready to take the trivia quiz?
Answer each of the ten questions and see how well you remember “I Love Lucy”. This trivia quiz puts you to the test and separates the true fans from the wannabes.
So are you truly a big fan of “I Love Lucy” or are you just a wannabe? Take the quiz below to see if you can get 10 out of 10 correct. If you can, you must share your results in the comments below. Here, everyone loves “I Love Lucy” and Lucille Ball. Join the conversation below to meet other like-minded Lucy fans and fanatics.
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