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  2. #142
    Quote Originally Posted by mtriv73 View Post
    Adam Sandler was on remote control?
    IMDB has him credited as a "writer" for "Remote Control".

    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001191/
    May the force be with you.

  3. #143
    he played a couple of recurring characters as well, although the only one i can remember currently is as "the stud boy"

  4. #144
    Yeah, he did a standup comedian character, Stud Boy, some dumb guy (maybe a NJ stereotype?). Anyone recall who replaced KW as the "chick" on the show? I seem to remember her not being there to end its run.
    "That's what Sheev said."

  5. #145
    Quote Originally Posted by Bel-Cam Jos View Post
    Yeah, he did a standup comedian character, Stud Boy, some dumb guy (maybe a NJ stereotype?). Anyone recall who replaced KW as the "chick" on the show? I seem to remember her not being there to end its run.
    I don't know if I ever saw it, but wikipedia says the hostesses were:

    Marisol Massey (Season 1)
    Kari Wührer (Seasons 2-3)
    Alicia Coppola (Season 4)
    Susan Ashley (Season 5)

  6. #146

    Roy E. Disney Dead at 79



    A newspaper says Roy E. Disney, the nephew of
    Walt Disney who became a powerful behind-the-scenes influence on
    the family business, has died. He was 79.
    Clifford A. Miller, a spokesman for Roy Disney's company
    Shamrock Holdings, told the Los Angeles Times that Disney died
    Wednesday after a bout with cancer.
    His father, Roy O. Disney, and uncle, Walt, founded The Walt
    Disney Co. in the 1920s. Walt was the company's creative genius but
    Roy Disney's father played a vital role as head of its financial
    side.
    The younger Disney, born in 1930, worked for the company as a
    writer and producer. But his most important influence was as a
    Disney shareholder who led two investor revolts.
    In 1984 he led a successful campaign to oust Walt Disney's
    son-in-law from the company. Nearly 20 years later, he launched
    another successful shareholder revolt against Michael Eisner.
    You'll be sorry, Pee-Wee Herman!

  7. #147
    Add in two 90+ year-old contributors: Oral Roberts and founder of Price Club guy (forgot his name, sorry).
    "That's what Sheev said."

  8. #148
    Surprised no one has mentioned Chris Henry (Cincinnati Bengals WR) yet.
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  9. #149
    I was coming to this very thread to do just that. This is all sounding sad, especially when a public figure who's made some bad life decisions but trying to make amends.
    "That's what Sheev said."

  10. #150
    Brittany Murphy is dead at 32.

    So far there's no cause known other than cardiac arrest.
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