Just in time for the holiday season – Get a new TV Set of Christmas Treats on DVD! Enjoy holiday-themed episodes from 8 of your favorite TV comedies. Relive classic holiday moments from all-time favorite shows like Cheers, Happy Days, The Lucy Show and The Beverly Hillbillies.
“The Beverly Hillbillies” - one episode - (aired on 12/25/1963) - “Christmas at the Clampetts”
“The Lucy Show” - one episode - (aired on 12/24/1962) - “Together for Christmas”
“Petticoat Junction” - one episode - (aired on 12/24/1963) - “Cannonball Christmas”
“Happy Days” - one episode - (aired on 12/07/1976) - “Richie Branches Out”
“Laverne & Shirley” - one episode - (aired on 12/19/1978) - “O Come All Ye Bums”
“Mork & Mindy” - one episode - (aired on 12/14/1978) - “Mork’s First Christmas” (erroneously listed as 12/13/1978)
“The Odd Couple” - one episode - (aired on 12/17/1970) - “Scrooge Gets an Oscar”
“Cheers” - one episode - (aired on 12/16/1982) - “The Spy Who Came in for a Cold One”
“Love, American Style” - SEGMENT - (aired on 11/17/1972) - “Love and the Christmas Punch”
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Has anyone been watching I Love Lucy all day like I have? :D
Also, does anyone make gifs or know of any I Love Lucy or Lucille related ones? I’ve been unable to find any and I’m horrible at making them. I’d like to use some, so if you know or make gifs and could share them with me, then thanks!
I Love Lucy on all day Labor Day on Hallmark Channel! (:
From the episode ‘Fred and Ethel Fight’
This line cracks me up. I love when she mimicks him when he says words like dunt (don’t) and ‘scuse (excuse) (:
Can anyone think of an episode where Lucy does her famous “Uggh” face? I want to make a gif. If you do, please let me know. Thanks!
The scene with Lucy and Ricky from “Breaking The Lease” figthing over having the window open while they sleep comes from one of the real life disagreements between Lucille Ball, who liked the window open and Desi Arnaz, who preferred the window closed.
From the episode, “Breaking The Lease” originally aired February 11, 1952.