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Ricky (song)

"Ricky" is a 1983 song by "Weird Al" Yankovic. It is a parody of the 1982 song " Mickey" by Toni Basil. The song focuses on the show I Love Lucy, and ends with a segment of the theme from the show.

A music video was created for the song; it was Yankovic's first. According to the liner notes in the compilation DVD "Weird Al" Yankovic: The Ultimate Video Collection, it "was arguably the first comedy video ever shown on MTV".

Ricky (band)

Ricky was an English indie rock band, led by the harmonising singer-songwriter trio of Jim Lines, Guy Gyngell and Darren Richardson. The other constant member of the band was their guitarist, Gary Rex.

Ricky (album)

Ricky is the solo debut album by actor and singer Ricky Nelson, released in November 1957. Much of the album is in the pop-rock genre, focusing mostly on standards. It has since been re-issued on iTunes.

Říčky (Brno-Country District)

Říčky is a village and municipality ( obec) in Brno-Country District in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic.

The municipality covers an area of , and has a population of 292 (as at 3 July 2006).

Říčky lies approximately west of Brno and south-east of Prague.

Ricky (2009 film)

Ricky is a 2009 French fantasy film directed by François Ozon about a human baby who develops a set of functional wings, and how the parents cope with the child's abnormality.

Ricky (musician)

Ricky (born October 20, year unknown) is a Japanese musician originally from Saitama Prefecture. He is known as the vocalist of bands Dasein and R*A*P, and became the full-time vocalist of Rider Chips in 2005.

Ricky, who claims to have the full name Ricky Astrovich Primakov, also claims that he is an extraterrestrial, specifically one from the planet Iscandar, a planet from the Space Battleship Yamato metaseries. In 2009, he began a solo project with the release of , and later in 2009 he released the album R☆POP. In 2010, Dasein, which went on hiatus in 2003, released a new single to announce a new tour that Ricky became a part of after his tour ended.

Ricky (given name)

Ricky is a male given name in English and Spanish-speaking countries, often a diminutive of Richard, Fredrick, Enrique, Patrick, Ricardo or Eric.

Ricky (dog)

Ricky was a dog who received the Dickin Medal in 1947 from the People's Dispensary for Sick Animals for bravery in service during the Second World War.

Ricky (2016 film)

Ricky is a 2016 Indian Kannada thriller film written and directed by Rishab Shetty in his directorial debut, and produced by S. V. Babu. It stars Rakshit Shetty and Haripriya in the lead roles. The supporting cast features Achyuth Kumar and Ravi Kale. The film deals with the prevalence of naxalism in India, with a love story in the backdrop.

Usage examples of "ricky".

Ricky followed him as he walked past the cattle pen and the cesspit, still brimming with its nauseous contents, swollen by the rains, to the barns where his father might have buried the family treasures to save them from marauders.

She had a very good portfolio of pictures now, and Ricky, the photographer who had taken them, was giving a very glitzy party.

After that, on I Love Lucy, Ricky pays Ethel twenty dollars for a quick hand job in the broom closet, but things get really hilarious when Fred is caught placing a kosher knockwurst in Lucys asshole.

On the other side of the glass airlock, Ricky and Bobby Lembeck were waiting.

Ricky was bringing out of Cambodia for an old Chinese man named Lum Lee?

Finally, they sat up, Ricky looking spectacularly handsome despite the roentgens cranking through out him in toxicity levels unparalleled.

Once the ex-foot baller and I had exchanged autographs, Ricky and I got down to business.

Ricky found the cafe, ordered a coffee and a slivovitz against the bitter March wind outside and looked around for a possible contact.

Ricky Harrison despised the dribbling shit that oozed out of this suppurating hind end of a carcass that the Reverend Jenkins was.

Sam was, in the opinion of the swamper, Val never learned, for at that moment Ricky burst from between two bushes.

The general Ricky was dealing with told him to mark them off as unrepairable and keep them instead of paying the repair bills.

Ricky demanded, trying to capitalise on the situation before the opportunity was lost entirely.

Ricky Zed, although his employers at the West Ealing Wimpy Bar, where he worked as the griddle chef, knew him as Kevin Smith.

In the poignant foreground, Ricky Kraft, doing his brave little John-John Jr.

He is armed with the affidavits from Shirley Donaldson, Ricky Sparrow, and the nicest lady on Cape Cod, Laurie Griffin.