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"Ricky, Why can't I be in the show?!" was Lucy's frequent cry. But we know that Lucy and Ethel's high jinks at the Manhattan apartment were way more entertaining than anything that happened at the Tropicana.

This scale model of Lucy and Ricky's apartment is a tribute to the groundbreaking sitcom. This is Lucy and Ricky's second apartment in New York. Their first apartment was almost exactly the same, but smaller and had no window in the living room. They switched in Season 2, Episode 26 "The Ricardos Change Apartments," when Lucy pleads with Ricky to get a bigger place for Little Ricky.

The set includes the Living Room and Kitchen.

True fans will remember many details included:

- Open up the oven to see the giant bread that pins Lucy to the wall in Season 1 Episode 25, "Pioneer Women"
- The TV shows the fights that Ricky and Fred preferred to watch rather than pay attention to their wives in Season 2, Episode 30 "Ricky and Fred Are TV Fans" (Kid beats Murphy in the end)
- A bottle of Vitameatavegamin, from Lucy's sauced commercial blunder in Season 1, Episode 30 "Lucy Does a TV Commercial"
- Chocolates picked out of Lucy's hat and uniform from her stint as a conveyor belt packer in Season 2, Episode 4 "Job Switching"
- Lucy's saxophone from when she tries to go on tour with Ricky in Season 2, Episode 2 "The Saxophone" (She plays a mean rendition of "Glow Worm")
- A copy of "The Mockingbird Murder Mystery," which Lucy reads and gets all kinds of paranoid ideas about Ricky from Season 1, Episode 4 "Lucy Thinks Ricky Is Trying to Murder Her"
- A bottle of "Aunt Martha's Old-Fashioned Salad Dressing" from when Lucy and Ethel go into business for themselves in Season 3, Episode 12 "The Million-Dollar Idea"
- Sheet music of Cole Porter's "Friendship," which Lucy and Ethel perform. Remember how mad they were at each other for having the same dress that they tore each other's dresses apart during the performance? But then they forgave each other and went back to being besties forever... until their next fight. Season 3, Episode 3.
- Pictures on the wall next to the kitchen door are of Jamestown, NY and Havana, Cuba (where Lucy and Desi are from).
- Ricky's bongo drum

- A copy of TV Guide, the very first edition ever, featuring Little Ricky on the cover.

Approx size: 10" x 7" x 5"

I Love Lucy Apartment Scale Model -- 623 E. 68th Street, Apartment 3D

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