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I Love Lucy (TV)

"I guess I'd have some 'splainin to do."

In this 1950s sitcom, Ricky Ricardo was famous for catchphrases like "Lucy, you've got some 'splainin to do" and "Lucy, I'm home." It ran from 1951-57 and was the number-one rated TV program for four of its six seasons. Logan uses a little Latin humor to try to diffuse Veronica's concern (and jealousy?) about his relationship with the very married Kendall Casablancas.

2.03 "Cheatty Cheatty Bang Bang"

"At least it's your job. I did it a couple of weeks ago for sport. I was so sure he was cheating, I decided to follow him. I wore a hat and sunglasses. Not my finest hour."
"No more I Love Lucy reruns for you."

In this 1950s comedy, Lucille Ball was known both for her physical comedy and for the sticky situations that her famous character, Lucy, found herself in. Lucy often wore disguises in public to fool friends or gain access to exclusive locations. But, being Lucy, something always went awry with her disguise, and she'd narrowly escape being discovered. Harmony isn't trying to score laughs when stalking her husband. She's looking for signs of his infidelity, but fortunately — or unfortunately, depending on your perspective — she finds none.

3.04 "Charlie Don't Surf"
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