Keith Thibodeaux played the role of Little Ricky on I Love Lucy all those years ago. He is now the last surviving cast member on the show and dishes on details from the I Love Lucy Christmas Special, which aired December 24th, 1956. He talks about Lucille and husband Desi Arnaz, who played the roles of Lucy and Ricky Ricardo respectively.\r\n\r\nIn the episode in mention, it's performed in mostly flashbacks. Lucy and Ricky and Fred and Ethel Mertz (William Frawley, Vivian Vance) reflect on their friendship while Fred is trimming a Christmas tree in the apartment. There are presents there, including Little Ricky's bicycle and a drum set.\r\nKeith Thibodeaux remembers Lucille and Desi fondly\r\n\r\n\r\n\u201cLucy gave me two drum sets, one for the house and one for the set,\u201d 69-year-old Thibodeaux says. \u201cI still have one of [the drum sets], which I had restored in Atlanta... My behind-the-scenes memories [of the Christmas episodes] are just the toys on the set."\r\n\r\nRELATED: \u2018I Love Lucy\u2019 Meeting Superman In Remastered Color Is As Cool Yet Bizarre As When It First Aired\r\n\r\nHe continues, \u201cAnd the [show\u2019s] writers, Madelyn [Pugh] and Bob [Carroll Jr.], gave me a Lionel train set and that was a real big treat for me as a kid.\u201d\r\nHe has great memories of them\r\n\r\n\r\nWhen asked who his favorite co-stars were, there were two easy answers. Lucille and Desi. "They were all nice to me. Lucy took care of me on the set and gave me presents for my birthday. She told everyone, including the crew, \u201cThere will be absolutely no cursing around Keith.\u201d When I first went onto the set I called her \u201cMiss Ball\u201d the first day I was there and she said, \u201cDon\u2019t call me Miss Ball. Call me Lucy,\u201d" Thibodeaux reveals.\r\n\r\nHe continues, "I really think the person I identified with the most was Desi Arnaz because of his Latin culture; I was a Cajun from Louisiana and our cultures were very similar, and the fact that he was a percussionist and I was a percussionist, we had something in common. When he died [in 1986] I really took his death harder than anyone else\u2019s."\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAs for whether Thibodeaux still watches I Love Lucy? He sometimes thinks, \u201cOh my gosh, I just can\u2019t get away from this show!\u201d especially because his daughter loves to watch. When she was younger, she would constantly play the tapes. Thibodeaux now has a grandson, so he says it's awesome to see other generations appreciate this timeless show.