Alas, poor Yorick, I knew him well…..
Yorick had been a frequent patron of Roz’s cooking.
Did he recite “Dem Bones”?
Or my favorite version, from The Prisoner.
I think he meant “the Scottish play”.
Yorick’s deadpan humor was the highlight of the show.
Alas, poor critic…
OOOO, now that’s a bad review. Getting panned would be a blessing. Of, course, this is coming from Shoe, not Cosmo. So, considering Shoe only thought well of his birth, the show must’ve been pretty good.
It’s better in the original Klingon.
The rest is silence…
Don’t know that I knew him.
At the end of the production of Hamlet, all the cast were dead. They were the lucky ones.
Oliver Welles steals the show.
Looks like all of Shoe’s articles start out in the trash can and a lot of them never make it out.
Perhaps Shoe will someday visit the hamlet of Avon.
A bone chilling performance…
…or it will be on the Food Channel as “Omelet” — that was cheesy!
geez – that’s praise even fainter than Dorothy Parker’s “…she runs the gamut of emotions from A to B.”