This is History: Al Capone Goes to Jail, The Final ‘I Love Lucy’, 30 Years Ago Television Pioneer Lucille Ball Left a Legacy of Laughter, When Ernie Banks Managed the Cubs, Sox Beat the Brewers in Record 25 Innings

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Journey Gunderson, Executive Director of the National Comedy Center talks about the legacy of Lucille Ball, 30 years after her passing. Then Dave Plier & Dave Schwan talk about Ben Franklin’s experimentation with lightening, over 90 years of Maxwell House Coffee, the Adler Planetarium opening in 1930, Al Capone goes to prison, Alan Freed creates the phrase ‘Rock & Roll, the final episodes of ‘I Love Lucy’ and “Friends’ air, Ernie Banks manages the Cubs.
What is your favorite ‘I Love Lucy’ episode ever?

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