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  1. #251
    RIP Gary Coleman.

    Now who'll guard the Springfield's Funzo factory?

  2. #252
    Quote Originally Posted by El Chuxter View Post
    Steve Perry, one of the writers of several 80s cartoons including Thundercats, was murdered in Florida.
    Just saw story about him on AOL. Apparently they arrested his former roommate and said roommate's wife for unrelated crimes, like drug possession. Currently the police are also looking at them as "subjects of interests" in the murder case. On a slightly related note, the story also mentioned that Perry had terminal bladder cancer and was not expected to live past two more years, at the most, regardless of his murder.
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  3. #253
    This is a day or two old but Art Linkletter died, I remember him from commercials on tv. An tidbit that I found amazing was that during a particual tv season he had FIVE shows on all three networks!!! Truly a feat that will never happen again.

  4. #254
    Quote Originally Posted by JimJamBonds View Post
    This is a day or two old but Art Linkletter died, I remember him from commercials on tv. An tidbit that I found amazing was that during a particual tv season he had FIVE shows on all three networks!!! Truly a feat that will never happen again.
    Bel-Cam mentioned it two pages back. Kind of got drowned out by the Brittany Murphy's husband/Steve Perry/Gary Coleman talk.
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  5. #255
    I definitely remember the name Art Linkletter, but don't remember seeing him in a lot of stuff. I remember seeing his picture on some some board game money. According to wikipedia, it was on the $100,000 in Life, but it seems like I saw it somewhere else as well. I think it had "Esquire" after his name as well, or at least the abbreviation.

  6. #256
    Gary Coleman was scheduled to be at Wizard World last summer...but he no-showed. We walked up to Todd Bridges and asked where he was but he said Gary was sick.

  7. #257
    Funny, Life is what I remembered Art Linkletter from. I remember wondering, "Who the heck is this Art Linkletter guy?"

    Of course, I eventually learned better.
    Tommy, close your eyes.

  8. #258
    RIP Art you always said the darndest things.
    You'll be sorry, Pee-Wee Herman!

  9. #259
    My dad always (okay, maybe not "always," but at various times) talked about the "Art Linkletter tilt-back chair." I think he also campaigned for senior programs or insurance, as the remote-activated recliner also would help them get out of a chair easily.
    "That's what Sheev said."

  10. #260
    Quote Originally Posted by Bel-Cam Jos View Post
    My dad always (okay, maybe not "always," but at various times) talked about the "Art Linkletter tilt-back chair." I think he also campaigned for senior programs or insurance, as the remote-activated recliner also would help them get out of a chair easily.
    I remember those commercials for the recliner that would go up and down!

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