MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Two classic episodes of “I Love Lucy” are getting colorized just in time for Christmas.READ MORE: Deadly Triple Shooting In Deerfield Beach
CBS will air an “I Love Lucy Christmas Special” featuring two memorable episodes, both in color.
CBS will air “The Christmas Episode,” naturally, and the classic “Lucy Does a TV Commercial” episode which you may remember as the “Vitameatavegamin” episode. They’ll be aired seamlessly, without interruption in between.READ MORE: Miami-Dade School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho On Mask Use For Upcoming School Year: 'Decision Cannot Be Rushed'
The episodes will be broadcast at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Dec. 23. “I Love Lucy” has been a holiday tradition for CBS; the network aired “Lucy” Christmas specials the past two years.
“The Christmas Episode” will follow the Ricardos and Mertzes as they decorate Lucy and Ricky’s Christmas tree and talk about how their lives changed after Little Ricky was born. The episode will revisit the time Lucy ended up as part of a barbershop quartet and the day Lucy told Ricky she was having a baby. The episode was first broadcast on CBS in December 1956 and was considered “lost” for many years until CBS re-aired it in 1989.MORE NEWS: ‘The Ugly Truth For Us’: 4th Wave Of Cases Has Jackson Memorial’s COVID Floor Packed With Unvaccinated Patients
In “Lucy Does a TV Commercial,” Lucy is excited to have the chance to do a commercial for a health tonic called Vitameatavegamin. The problem is, the tonic contains 23 percent alcohol, which makes her a little sloppy as she rehearses. The episode is one of the most famous from the series.