A study was once done that determined that more people had seen the face of Lucille Ball then any other face in the course of human history. The plucky red head who struggled for years finding her place in Hollywood, got in on the ground floor of television, and with her fiery Cuban bandleader husband Desi Arnez, crafted one of the most endearing and beloved personalities and TV shows ever. "Finding Lucy" isn't so much a retrospective of Ball's life, something the "American Masters" series does so incredibly well, rather than an "I Love Lucy" clip show. While giving us few fleeting insights to and moments of her life, this program is mostly concerned with her monumental television show than it is in being a personal portrait. The narration is also terribly written and spoken and considerably damages this documentary also.