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Well, on this board I hardly need to recite the list.

It’s been ten years, exactly, and I still miss Phil Hartman.
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I tend to vote for his characters in MM out of respect (and because I really liked his characters)
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It’s been ten years, exactly, and I still miss Phil Hartman.

Such a brilliant comedian... <sniff>. His impression of Bill Clinton absolutely defined every other impression of Clinton that came after it. His character on News Radio was consistently among the all-time great comic performances. I miss him too.
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such a talent .... and apparently, such a joy to work with and be associated with ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Hartman

Diane
- sigh
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phil_Hartman

Until I read the Wikipedia article, and followed a link to this article,
http://www.tvsquad.com/2006/06/15/billy-west-the-tv-squad-in...
I had no idea that Phil was originally cast for the role of Zapp Brannigan in Futurama. Terrible shame -- that role was made for Phil. Both literally and self-evidently.

Billy West, who now voices Zapp along with half the other voices on the show, says that when he does Zapp he's really doing his best impression of Phil.
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We remember him from such films as:

P is for Pterodactyl, and
The President's Neck Is Missing!


He was one of the first to speak out against horseplay.
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"I'm not wearing a tie at all"

"And you get this free smoking monkey!"

"You might remember me from such films as: Today We Live Tomorrow We Die and Gladys, The Groovy Mule"

"No money down... No, money down!"

"Don't kid yourself, Jimmy, if a cow ever got the chance he'd eat you and everyone you care about."
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It's been another two years, and I still miss Phil Hartman.
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