@KiminyLala I was just asking my wife if she could hear him. lol You can hear him in so many episodes.
HOW MANY BLACK&WHITE CHARACTERS HAD SOMETHING WITH “SLOWLY I TURNED”?!?!?!?
A great take on an old vaudeville routine. The 3 Stooges did my favourite version of all time. The last time I heard it was in the 70′s, on the Mike Douglas show (Moe Howard was the guest).
@monalisaariasmartin You can usually hear all of them laughing when they aren’t on film.
slowley i turn, step by step, inch by inch.ha ha
@KiminyLala wow as many times as I’ve seen this episode I never noticed this until now.
You can hear Desi laugh…thats really neat!
Martha! lol! Just love Lucy. When I’ve had a horrible day like today, Lucy always makes me laugh! The world has never had another like her–and never will. I love Lucy!
you can hear desi laughing 1:02-1:15 or it is’nt him? I ‘m a huge fan!!!
HAHA! Yeah. You really can hear Ricky laughing in the backround.
you can hear Ricky laughing….aww how adorable!
Her face is priceless!
Drop it! Drop it! Drop it! Drop that!
On the floor?
No! Let me have it!
This is probably my favorite scene ever. Lucy was (and is) the pure definition of comedy perfection. ♥
And I LOVE her gasp! Can’t get enough of it. So funny!
I am not 100% sure….but pretty sure this is an old routine passed down through the years in the old vaudeville days of the stage in the early part of the 20th century…..very likely pre-dates the three stooges. In fact many of the routines the 3 stooges did were from the silent film era….like the clam in the soup that kept squirting curly. Of course the three stooges did these old routines perfectly. Nothing wrong with updating old successful routines for younger audiences.
the three stooges was the birth of this gag
yea you can that is great huh!
I almost said Martha….(gasp)
hey did anyone notice ricky is laughing after she gets pied??
Martha? Slowly I turned. step by step inch by inch I looked for a rock and I couldn’t find one so I grabbed a handful of Niagara Falls and I let him have it!
you can hear ricky laughing in the background
this is stupid, what does cake have to do with turning?
It started on Vaudeville in the 20s and 30s. I Love Lucy is a bit later.
Which came first, this or the Three Stooges version?
Can you upload this whole scene? I’d live to see it from the top.
the made me laugh sooo many times