Indeed we miss Johnny. His jokes, interviews and skits seldom failed to entertain us. It was the perfect way to end what may have been a lousy day. And we even learned a lot from such guests as Carl Sagan who he also loved to impersonate [think BILLions and BILLions]. He created the template for late night TV and his successors can only strive to do a reasonable job of filling those gigantic shoes. He’s likely entertaining the angels these days.
Yep, it’s Johnny likely saying “I did not know that”. He was at his peak popularity when the strip was published. Berke was very clever inserting those pictures that were totally irrelevant but had the effect of making us have to think. It was yet another facet of his genius.
Well that would explain it. I didn’t know it was a rerun.
Sudden death overtime?
Except for the fact that he’s dead
Aha… thank you for explaining.
The internet was actually created by a number of people mainly for government work but the quantum leap came in 1990 when computer scientist [NOT a college kid] Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web which is why websites have the prefix www.
“Now all you have to do is hold the chicken, bring me the toast, give me a check for the chicken salad sandwich and you haven’t broken any rules.” “You want me to hold the chicken, huh?”“I want you to hold it between your knees”
This was WAY overdue