I'm savoring my set. No more than one episode per week, preferably on a Monday night. I watched a lot of the extras, and "Lucy Plays Cleopatra" last night. The color is absolutely outstanding! The extras are comparable to those on Season One. Best so far is the Lucille Ball Comedy Hour with Bob Hope and Lucy performing a reworking of a Sherwood Schwartz play in which TV's most popular Mr. and Mrs team are hiding the fact that they are not really married. It's fun to see Lucy in a more adult comedy role and looking sexy throughout. I really think that, despite the fact that her voice was getting gravelly by this point, she never looked sexier than she did in the early-to-mid sixties, up to the Lucy in London special, where she gets to model all those mod Carnaby street clothes and not look ridiculous. Carole Cook is interviewed on this set. She's still telling the story of being mistaken for Lucille Ball by fans after Lucy's death. The story changes every time she tells it, so I doubt it's true, but she certainly knows how to tell a good story.