Arguably the most beloved television series of all time, I LOVE LUCY™ remains a unique force in the entertainment industry 65 years after its celebrated television debut October 15, 1951. It’s truly family entertainment at its best. The Lucy Ricardo Bobble is featured in the iconic blue and white polka-dot dress, one of the many costumes designed by Elois Jenssen. This particular dress was first featured in 1951 and appeared in 30 episodes during the run of the series. The polka dot dress went through numerous changes over the years from modifications in sleeve length, the bodice and collar, but one thing that never changed was that the style stood the test of time and is still recognised today as Lucy’s “look.” The first episode where Lucy work the polka dot dress was “Quiz Show” but probably one of the most recognisable episodes to feature the blue and white polka dot dress was “Sales Resistance” “Sales Resistance” is recognisable to any Lucy fan as it was the first of five flashback episodes that aired while Lucille Ball recovered from childbirth.