While true that he was not as noted as other comedians, it is hard to imagine someone seeing his comedy and not liking it.
Since there is not much for me to say, I shall only mention... Dodney. Back at the ol' Jamie's Flea Market in Ohio, there was a certain gentleman there who sounded and acted exactly like Rodney Dangerfield.
"I tell ya, they got it pretty good here at Jamie's. Down at Lowell, I get no receipts -- no receipts at all!"
Oct 5, 2004 23:24
Hmm...never heard of the guy. But if he was as good as you people claim him to be, maybe I should become acquainted with some of his comedy.
Be-da-badada- Never heard of!?!?!? For shame! ... oh, wait, I'm all old and stuff by marginal comparison.
Caddy Shack ruled.
Little Nicky ruled.
Rodney ruled, plain and simple.
He was the king of self-loathing. Why, I'm pretty sure he was a inspiration to my own put-downs of myself. He will be missed dearly. I have to do proper tribute now...
If you really believe in something, with all your heart, you're prolly just really wasted.
Oct 6, 2004 18:28
Dudes, know what else he was that I of course remembered but did not write down last time? He was Larry Burns! That was perhaps one of the funniest episodes of Simpsons ever.
"Man, this guy's rich, I tell ya. He's got more bread than a prison meatloaf. Hey, who am I talkin' to?"
"Mr. Burns, I'm your son!" dun-dunnnn "Oh yeah, and I stepped on one of your peacocks. Do you have any paper towels?"
"Well, that's alright. I already have a family. Oh, that reminds me, I told them I was going out for coffee. That was a week ago."
"I would like you to meet our daughter... She just came out last fall."
"Whoa! Put her back in. She's not done yet!"
"If it gets any livelier in here, a funeral might break out!"