I Love Lucy took over our television screens starting in the '50s. Beloved episodes are still shown as reruns, and now five of those episodes will be colorized. In August, select theaters will show five I Love Lucy episodes, now in color. Lucie Arnaz, the daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz gave some exciting behind-the-scenes information on these episodes. Learn more about which episodes will be colorized and what Lucie said about each one. It is so cool to learn more about the episodes from Lucille and Desi's daughter herself. Here are the five episodes that will be aired in select movie theaters in color: 1. "Lucy Does a TV Commercial" "Lucy Does a TV Commercial" / Desilu Productions This episode originally aired on May 5, 1952. Many know this episode as the "Vitameatavegemin" episode. Lucie recalls asking her mother was the liquid actually was, and Lucille said it was apple pectin. She didn't even try it before they started filming! In addition, she did it all in one shot... now that's a true professional. 2. "The Million-Dollar Idea" "The Million-Dollar Idea" / Desilu Productions This episode originally aired on January 11, 1954. This episode featured Lucy and Ethel making salad dressing and trying to sell it. Lucie said that it was the first TV show that was ever shown to the armed services. They also changed Ethel's middle name in that episode from Roberta to Louise, and then Mae! Read onto the NEXT page to learn more about the rest of the episodes! 3. "Pioneer Women" "Pioneer Women" / Desilu Productions This episode originally aired on March 31, 1952, and featured the two main couples trying to see if they can live like the pioneers once did. Lucie shares that her father, Desi Arnaz, actually slipped and broke some ribs in that episode! However, they kept filming because they really never stopped filming for anything... even injuries. 4. "Job Switching" "Job Switching" / Desilu Productions This episode originally aired on September 15, 1952, and was the famous chocolate episode, where Lucy stuffs so many chocolates in her mouth to keep up with a conveyer belt. Do you remember the worker behind Lucy in the episode? They were an actual worker at See's Candy. 5. "L.A. at Last" "L.A. at Last" / Desilu Productions This episode originally aired on February 7, 1955. In the episode, Lucy goes to Hollywood and stalks actor William Holden. William wanted to be on the show to promote his current movie and the show wanted a big name star. It all worked out! In conclusion, if you're interested, learn more and buy tickets for "I Love Lucy: A Colorized Celebration" that starts on August 6, 2019. Want to learn more about I Love Lucy? Here are some bizarre facts from behind the scenes!