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Ronald Reagan, the brains behind the 'Just Say No' campaign that obviously worked in getting kids off of drugs, has died at the age of 93.

Thanks for beating the Commies, Ronnie.
By: scooter1979
Saturday, Jun 5th 2004 (2:13pm)
Tony Randall, the comic actor best known for playing fastidious photographer Felix Unger on 'The Odd Couple,' has died. He was 84.

Goodnight, Felix.
By: scooter1979
Tuesday, May 18th 2004 (8:02am)
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A very sad day... Zulu, who played 'Kono' on 'Hawaii Five-0,' has died. Although I am too young to know the show during it's original run, I became a huge fan due to syndication. You have no idea how much I love that show. We're talking Simpsons, M*A*S*H, Five-0.

Rest in peace, Gilbert.
By: scooter1979
Friday, May 7th 2004 (12:26am)
If so, she's got her own personal consultant now.
Estee Lauder, who started a kitchen business blending face creams and built it into a multimillion-dollar international cosmetics empire, has died. She was 97.
By: scooter1979
Sunday, Apr 25th 2004 (5:19pm)

WASHINGTON - Arizona Cardinal strong safety-turned soldier Pat Tillman, who left the team to enlist in the Army after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, has been killed in Afghanistan. He was 27.
By: J20
Friday, Apr 23rd 2004 (10:19am)
Nick and Mary Yankovic, parents of the parody singer "Weird Al" Yankovic, have died in what appears to be a fireplace accident.
By: Dave
Saturday, Apr 10th 2004 (12:23pm)
I can't really say I know him from his BBC broadcasts, but I remember him from my young days watching Masterpiece Theater on PBS.

RIP, Alistair Cooke.
By: scooter1979
Tuesday, Mar 30th 2004 (1:58am)
Most people remember Ustinov as Batiatus from Spartacus, Nero from Quo Vadis, or Hercule Poirot from many an Agatha Christie movie, but I'll always remember him as Ballard from Logan's Run. He was an accomplished and acclaimed actor, writer, director, and producer, as well as a humanitarian and all-around good guy. RIP, Pete.
By: Dave
Monday, Mar 29th 2004 (10:14am)
JJ Jackson, one of the first (and by far the coolest) veejays just signed off from a heart attack at the age of 62.
By: Dave
Thursday, Mar 18th 2004 (3:52pm)
Dead Milkmen bassist David Blood just unplugged his amp for the last time. RIP, Dave.
By: Dave
Thursday, Mar 11th 2004 (9:21am)
Spalding Gray, best known for his failed suicides and endless monologues on everything from skiing to his mom's navel lint, was fished out of the East River after disappearing for a couple of months. Who DIDN'T see this coming?
By: Dave
Wednesday, Mar 10th 2004 (12:01am)
Cartoon Network announced Wednesday on the web site for their Adult Swim animation block that film, stage and voice actor Harry Goz passed away recently at the age of 71. Goz was presently voicing the character "Captain Murphy" in the popular Adult Swim series "Sealab 2021," which airs Sunday nights.
By: Dave
Friday, Mar 5th 2004 (12:04am)
...will be heard from no more. No, really, it is a sad thing. *snicker*
By: scooter1979
Tuesday, Mar 2nd 2004 (1:31pm)
Sad day indeed - Palmolive's 'Madge' has passed away.
By: Dave
Thursday, Feb 19th 2004 (6:27am)
Eddie Clontz, longtime editor of the Weekly World News and the man responsible for Bat Boy and Ed Anger, has died of complications from diabetes at 56. Washington Post columnist Gene Weingarten said it best: "Here was a man who simply refused, as a matter of principle, to allow truth to get in the way of a great story."
By: Dave
Thursday, Feb 5th 2004 (12:03am)
Another familiar childhood personality bites the dust. This time, it's Captain K. Thats right folks, Captain Kangaroo.


Known for his corny children's show back when I was growing up, Bob Keeshan, died today at age 76 - the cause, a 'long illness' - WTF?! Personally, I suspect the moose did it with all those ping pong balls... then again, it could have been Mr. Greenjeans, too...

Knowing that these celeb deaths seem to happen in threes - who do you 'spose'll be the next couple to croak?
By: Hellvis
Friday, Jan 23rd 2004 (12:32pm)
SAD news today indeed - yet another classic, Emmy Award-winning entertainer goes plop. Art Carney has died at age 85 today. Played Ed Norton on "The Honeymooners".


Art Carney: 1918 - 2003

Say hi to Ralphie will ya?
By: Hellvis
Tuesday, Nov 11th 2003 (3:39pm)
Today, Fred Berry of the 70's sitcom What's Happenin!! has officially been pronounced dead at 52.

What bothers me even more than Re-Run kickin the bucket is onset of a grim realization that so many of our quirky television role-models of days gone by are dropping off like flies. Yes, I know its inevitable, but who the fuck is going to replace them? In my opinion, the 80's spawned a bunch of shite; I mean what did they give us? Screech? Michael Knight? fucking Urkel!?

Sad days are ahead indeed. As an avid television junkie back in the day, Re-Run's death really hits home...

Enjoy your dirtnap you silly black fatman - we'll miss ya.
By: Hellvis
Wednesday, Oct 22nd 2003 (5:30pm)
80's pop-rock sensation Robert Palmer has kicked the bucket at the sprightly young age of 54 from a heart attack.
By: Dave
Friday, Sep 26th 2003 (7:32am)
...but he'll always be Mr. Carlson to me. Gordon Jump has passed away at the age of 71. So long, big guy.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Sep 24th 2003 (6:28am)
Johnny Cash, one of the most influental and prolific musicians of the last 50 years, has passed on. In a seemingly unrelated incident, John Ritter has kicked the bucket as well. They always go in threes - who's going to round out this week's celebrity death trio?
By: Dave
Friday, Sep 12th 2003 (7:07am)



By: Dave
Thursday, Sep 11th 2003 (12:02am)
Warren Zevon, after years of hard livin' and celebrating the 1-year anniversary of when doctors predicted his death in 3 months, has finally kicked off. A great musician and an idiosyncratic weirdie, all rolled into one. RIP.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Sep 9th 2003 (12:27am)
Charles Bronson, noted actor and inspiration for crazed vigilantes everywhere has died at age 81.
By: Dave
Monday, Sep 1st 2003 (6:13am)
Wesley Willis, singer, songwriter, schizophrenic, passed away last night from unknown causes. Now who is going to remind us to "Cut the Mullet"?

I will be playing whip the donkeys ass in your honor Wesley.
By: faedra
Friday, Aug 22nd 2003 (9:08pm)
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