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(New page: Desi Arnaz played the bandleading, club-owning, Cuban husband of that crazy, [http://www.engl.virginia.edu:8000/courses/enwr101/s97/26/finalpro/gfkfinal.html stupid, pathetic, conniving, s...)
 
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Desi Arnaz played the bandleading, club-owning, Cuban husband of that crazy, [http://www.engl.virginia.edu:8000/courses/enwr101/s97/26/finalpro/gfkfinal.html stupid, pathetic, conniving, self-destructing] redhead, Lucille Ball, in the classic 1951-1957 sitcom, [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0043208 I Love Lucy]. He was too good for her, if you ask me. Ricky, a talented conga drummer and arranger, owned the Tropicana Club, later the Babalu Club, where his talentless harridan of a wife kept scheming to get into the show. Weird Al Yankovic produced a 1991 [http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00000281O/ref=sim_music/002-7925995-0040005 CD] of some of the songs from the show.
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Desi Arnaz played the bandleading, club-owning, Cuban husband of that crazy, stupid, pathetic, conniving, self-destructing redhead, Lucille Ball, in the classic 1951-1957 sitcom, [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0043208 I Love Lucy]. He was too good for her, if you ask me. Ricky, a talented conga drummer and arranger, owned the Tropicana Club, later the Babalu Club, where his talentless harridan of a wife kept scheming to get into the show. Weird Al Yankovic produced a 1991 [http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00000281O/ref=sim_music/002-7925995-0040005 CD] of some of the songs from the show.
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Desi Arnaz played the bandleading, club-owning, Cuban husband of that crazy, stupid, pathetic, conniving, self-destructing redhead, Lucille Ball, in the classic 1951-1957 sitcom, I Love Lucy. He was too good for her, if you ask me. Ricky, a talented conga drummer and arranger, owned the Tropicana Club, later the Babalu Club, where his talentless harridan of a wife kept scheming to get into the show. Weird Al Yankovic produced a 1991 CD of some of the songs from the show.