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Quotes for
Little Ricky Ricardo (Character)
from "I Love Lucy" (1951)

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"I Love Lucy: The Ricardos Visit Cuba (#6.9)" (1956)
Ricky Ricardo: Ricky, what are you going to say when you meet your grandmother?
Little Ricky Ricardo: 'Buenos días, abuela.'
Ricky Ricardo: Very good. Very good.
Little Ricky Ricardo: What are you going to say, Mommie?
Lucy Ricardo: What, dear?
Ricky Ricardo: What are you going to say when you meet my mother?
Lucy Ricardo: Oh. 'Bonos dyes, may-dree.'
Ricky Ricardo: 'Bonos dyes, may-dree?' Heh, heh, Honey, it's 'Buenos días, madre.'
Lucy Ricardo: I don't think that's very nice, making fun of my Spanish.
Ricky Ricardo: Well, you've been making fun of my English for fifteen years.
Lucy Ricardo: Well, that's different. Spanish is a foreign language.
Ricky Ricardo: Well, English is a foreign language to me.
Lucy Ricardo: Well, the way you speak it, it is to me, too.


"I Love Lucy: Lucy and Bob Hope (#6.1)" (1956)
Little Ricky Ricardo: Today is ladies' day, daddy. Ladies and little boys get in free!


"I Love Lucy: Little Ricky Gets a Dog (#6.14)" (1957)
Lucy Ricardo: [Lucy and Ricky both sneak out to avoid being the one to tell Little Ricky that he can't keep a dog in their apartment, but they meet each other in the hallway] All right, Ricky Ricardo, will you please tell me where you were going?
Ricky Ricardo: Me? Uhhh, rehearsal. Yeah, that's it! Rehearsal at the club.
Lucy Ricardo: At 7 o'clock in the morning?
Ricky Ricardo: Well, yeah, well, uhhh, never mind about me. Where were you going?
Lucy Ricardo: To the market.
Ricky Ricardo: The market is open at 7 o'clock in the morning?
Lucy Ricardo: If you can have a rehearsal, the market can be open.
Ricky Ricardo: I know what you were tryin' to do. You were tryin' to sneak out of the apartment so you didn't have to tell Little Ricky.
Lucy Ricardo: Yeah, well you gotta get up awful early in the mornin' to sneak out of *this* apartment!
Ricky Ricardo: You can say that again. Yeah, you're right, Honey. I'm his father. I guess I should tell him.
Lucy Ricardo: [relieved] Oh, well, Honey, I'm glad you finally decided.
Little Ricky Ricardo: [Little Ricky comes in] Hi, Mommy. Hi, Daddy.
Ricky Ricardo: Hi, son.
Lucy Ricardo: Well, good morning, Sweetheart.
Ricky Ricardo: Say, I want to talk to you, pardner.
[Little Ricky continues walking into the kitchen]
Lucy Ricardo: He went to get his dog.
Ricky Ricardo: Oh.
Little Ricky Ricardo: [comes back holding his puppy] Yes, Daddy?
Ricky Ricardo: All right. We have to have a talk here. I want to tell you that, uh... I want to tell you that, uh... I want to tell you that your mother has something to tell you. I'm late, I gotta go. Good bye, everybody.
[he bolts out the front door]


"I Love Lucy: Ragtime Band (#6.21)" (1957)
Ricky Ricardo: Hi-ya, pardner, hi.
Little Ricky Ricardo: Can I talk to you a minute?
Ricky Ricardo: Sure, what is it?
Little Ricky Ricardo: Our band.
Ricky Ricardo: Your band? Well, how did the rehearsal go?
Little Ricky Ricardo: EEEESH.
Ricky Ricardo: You mean that Uncle Fred and Aunt Ethel and Mommy are pretty bad, eh?
Little Ricky Ricardo: Boy, I'll say.
Ricky Ricardo: Well, uh, maybe they're not as bad as you think.
Little Ricky Ricardo: Oh yes they are.
Ricky Ricardo: Well, uh, maybe they'll get better with a little practice.
Little Ricky Ricardo: I don't want to play with them any more.
Ricky Ricardo: You don't want to play with them any more? Well, now, wait a minute; that's not very nice. You remember what happened to you yesterday when you were playing baseball with those kids, and they didn't want you to play with them any more?
Little Ricky Ricardo: But I play baseball better than they play music.