Call your friends and family, and make sure they make your next birthday party. No one is ever the same after a pizza cake.
Happy Birthday Avery Schreiber – Apr 9 – 1935-2002 – actor and comedian who was prominent in the early day at Second City in Chicago. Many people remember him from Doritos commercials in the 60s and 70s. In this clip, … Continued
Comedian John Pinette has passed away. Here he is doing what he loved.
Watching episodes of the “In the Heat of the Night” TV show. We always used to see Carrol O’Connor at his restaurant, O’Connor’s Place, in Beverly Hills back in the day. I didn’t realize Howard E. Rollins, Jr, died in … Continued
TED Talks are more popular then ever. Maybe too popular. Here are 5 recent talks that show TED has jumped the shark. Inspirational Huge Lawn Christmas Decorations – Hightop Ellison shares the secrets of creating the largest, most gawdy Christmas … Continued
The other team is in two rows down on one knee facing each other, practicing throwing and snagging ground balls. Your team is in the parking lot drinking beer.
RIP David Brenner. When I was a kid, I remember laughing hysterically at him on the Tonight show. Comedian David Brenner, ‘Tonight’ favorite, dies Here is his Tonight Show debut in 1971.
Hal Douglas passed away today at 83. RIP Hal, thanks for the great movie trailers. IN A WORLD…
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Lorne Michaels explains how SNL came about, how no one really knew what they were doing, including him. Fun Fact – George Carlin was the first host. The affiliates wanted him to wear a suit. He wanted to wear a … Continued