5) With I Love Lucy's "Lucy Goes to Scotland" episode getting colorized will all of the other episodes get colorized? I read that Lucy was an experiment and since it went so well that it might open up a new demand for old shows if they are in color when selling shows in syndication.
Had Lucie Arnaz got her hands on the rights to I Love Lucy chances are she would have had the entire series colorized. That was her game plan. Getting the show colorized and having the "cigarette" scenes edited out ( that right there would had killed the William Holden episode ).
That was then ( 2004?) when Lucie was a BIG part of the Lucille Ball Museum in Jamestown, New York. On the Board of Directors I believe. Since then Lucie Arnaz has left that post ( I believe she was forced out ) and I haven't heard of either her or Desi Arnaz Jr. for that matter trying to get the rights to I Love Lucy ever since.