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Discussion in 'Classic Muppets' started by Bill Bubble Guy, Mar 4, 2012.
Unfortunately that list is only gonna get longer.
Who is Andy Williams?
I like to remember Andy Williams as the man who played a big role in getting the Osmond brothers their start. (I know, he's more than that. But I find the old clips of a very young Donnie- and eventually Marie- singing with him, to be so adorable!)
This particular stanza is the saddest one of all:
Somehow I know, we'll meet again
Not sure quite where and I don't know just when
You're in my heart, so until then
Wanna smile, wanna cry
And with Andy the list has hit the big five-oh. How very sad. Usually the term five-oh is used to refer to a happy occasion such as a birthday or anniversary milestone.
Or "Five-O" can also refer to the crime drama series set in Hawaii, the 50th state (hence the "five-o" term), starring Jack Lord during the original 1968-80 network run, and its modern day revival on CBS, which appears to be experiencing pretty good ratings....
Sadly, Valerie Harper has terminal brain cancer and three months to live. I just found out this morning. She was in one of my all time favourite episodes. (I felt like I should share this, but I didn't know where to post it, and I feel bad posting it here, because she's still alive, but I digress) Here's the website.
It is kind of related to the subject of this thread Animal's Bunny. It is very sad that this has hit her. Cancer is such a terrible thing to have to suffer from.
That's very sad news! I loved Valerie Harper's episode of TMS. The dance number with the Clodhoppers is one of my favorite TMS moments!
I just found that out on Broadway.com just now about Valerie Harper. My thoughts and prayers go out to her and her family.
Oh no! This news really shocked me. I'm sad about Valerie living shorter.
She had a great life.
Unfortunately, Jonathan Winters is now on the list. R.I.P
That's very tear-jerking, especially in Valerie's case.
Everyone forgets about one of the greatest singers of all time, Lena Horne. She has also passed away recently. I really loved her!
R.I.P Johnathan Winters
NOOOOOOOOOOO JONATHAN WINTERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
P.S, sorry I've been noticeably absent for a while. I'm very busy nowadays...
The really really really sad day is going to be when the first Muppets Tonight guest goes on top of this list.
Sorry to bump an old thread but another guest "bit the dust" so to speak...
Oh no! The list just got a big longer.
That's why it would be nice to have a reincarnation of The Muppet Show for today, so that way they could have some guests who are still alive and active.
Oh, that's really sad. Since I heard he was still voicing Papa Smurf in the upcoming movie. I guess it turns out that was his last big project.
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