While the Tropicana is closed for repainting, Ricky offers to give Lucy a week's break and take total responsibility for the care of Little Ricky.

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While the Tropicana is closed for repainting, Ricky offers to give Lucy a week's break and take total responsibility for the care of Little Ricky.

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18 January 1954 (USA)  »

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As Ricky's telling Little Ricky the story of Little Red Riding Hood in Spanish, the shot of the baby listening shows that on his pillow are the cartoon versions of Lucy and Desi, from the shows original CBS opening clip. (In the last shot of little Ricky, the cartoon figure's are reversed.) See more »

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In Ricky's hilarious bilingual retelling of "Caperucita Roja" for Little Ricky, he pronounces the demise of the wolf - "Y el lobo se cayó, muerte, dead!" - and then gets so caught up in the heroine's relief and gratitude, he quotes her as saying, "Gracias señor lobo" ("Thank you, Mr Wolf"), before he corrects himself by having her say, "Gracias señor el hunter, gracias por matar el lobo" ("Thank you Mr Hunter, thank you for killing the wolf"), followed by his unique variation on the usual ending: "Y todo el mundo vivió happily ever after." See more »

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Ricky Ricardo: Gee, it's wonderful taking care of the baby. Why don't you let me take complete charge while I'm home?
Lucy Ricardo: You mean everything?
Ricky Ricardo: Yeah, all day, everythin'.
Lucy Ricardo: That means getting up at six o'clock.
Ricky Ricardo: So? That's not so tough.
Lucy Ricardo: Well, I don't know if you know this, working nights... but there's a six o'clock in the morning, too.
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Theme From 'I Love Lucy' (Instrumental)
Written by Eliot Daniel
Performed by Wilbur Hatch and the Desi Arnaz Orchestra
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