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Posted on Aug 11, 2011 7:58:37 AM PDT
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stevign says:
Don't you threaten me man!!......On second thought, go ahead, you're doin' a pretty good job.

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stevign says:
re: "we're gonna fight!"

I would expect nothing less Sir. Pistols or pretzels?

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stevign says:
Thanks Andy. I really miss Sideshow Bob, rumor has it he partnered up with Baghdad Bob and doing Stand-Up comedy in Afghanistan. Krusty got 'em both a gig in Iran but due to the Borscht Belt humor Krusty sent 'em, the boys found themselves on the run again.

After barely escaping with their lives, Baghdad Bob told Al-Jazeera:

"On this occasion, I am not going to mention the number of the infidels who were killed and the number of destroyed vehicles. The operation continues!"

"We're giving them a real lesson today. Heavy doesn't accurately describe the level of casualties we have inflicted."

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andy: d.d. says:
I love sideshow bob and that whole warner brothers team. Nice picks!

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stevign says:
re: "You know what they say...it's not the size of dog in the fight...it's who gets the "last" hotdog!"

I totally agree.

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stevign says:
Sideshow Bob
Yosemite Sam
Foghorn Leghorn
Bugs Bunny
Wile E. Coyote
Ed Norton
Jesse Pinkman (1st couple seasons)
The Devil (played by Ray Wise in "Reaper")

Posted on Aug 10, 2011 6:57:34 AM PDT
D. Cripe says:
1. Reverend Jim Ignatowski (Taxi) - a mad genius
2. Cosmo Kramer (Seinfeld) - I guess the same as above in a way
3. Archie Bunker (All in the Family) - Misguided, but quite humurous
4. Cliff Clavin/Norm Peterson (Cheers) -Must have them both, they played off eachother too well
5. Dick Loudon (Newhart) - I loved how Bob Newhart handled all the craziness in that show with this dry humour. He was the only guy who seemed to be sane and it was fun to put yourself in his shoes.

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Posted on Aug 9, 2011 8:04:08 AM PDT
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vivazappa says:
I thought of one more...the funniest character ever!!!
EXITOR from Mork and Mindy

I always found Mr. French funny!

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gambitrmp says:
Jay, I liked the new Knight Rider okay. Not as good as the original but watchable.

I'm certainly not picking on you when I say this but I keep seeing this comment about, they gotta stop remaking classics. If we all want them to stop, we gotta stop watching them & it will happen. In this case, as you said you liked the new Dukes so that was a good remake in your book (I'm assuming).

Original or remake you'll have hits & misses. Just with the remake you get the inevitable comparison to the original. Heck the A-team movie was awesome in my book but it could never replace the original series but I'm glad they made it for a fun afternoon at the movies.

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Posted on Aug 9, 2011 12:06:04 AM PDT
M. Whorton says:
The Dukes of Hazzard was one of my favorite shows growing up in the 80s. I still remember being 12 years old and watching the first episode the first time it aired in 1979. I watched it religiously until it was canceled. Also talked about it a lot with friends at school growing up. I have all 7 seasons on DVD and I bought each season the day it was released. I went to the movies to see the new Dukes of Hazzard movie and it stunk. The need to stop remaking all these classic shows.

I'm also a big fan of the Looney Tunes. I also like Tom & Jerry, Goofy and Donald Duck, and Woody Woodpecker and his friends.

I watched The Reluctant Astronaut with Don Knotts in it last night and Leslie Nielson was in it. He sure looked young in that movie.
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