The “lovely lady” Florence Henderson of Brady Bunch fame has passed away at 82. No more stories.
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Oh dear, big time awks for the Chinese prostitute whose elderly customer died while they were having sex. Seems she got stuck on his….oh never mind. They both got wheeled out on a hospital stretcher presumably to get it removed. Good luck with that. What a dinner party tale she will have to tell.
Ken Weatherwax, the child actor who played Pugsley in the original TV series Addams Family has died. Weatherwax carved out a career behind the scenes following the cancellation of the show. Ken Weatherwax was 59.
Sad news today loons, Alice from the Brady Bunch passed away. Hmm, well at least she won’t have to pick up after those ungrateful kids and lazy mom anymore. Ann B Davis, who had the best lines in the popular sitcom , was 88. In 1960 she even got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Did you ever get one Marcia? RIP Ann B Davis.
Helen Thomas, the fiesty White House correspondent, has died at 92. Thomas was infamous for grilling presidents and making them squirm but more importantly she was a pioneer for woman in journalism. Love her or loath her she will be sorely missed.
That hilarious actress who played the long suffering Edith Bunker in All In The Family has passed away in her sleep at 90. Those were the days. RIP Jean Stapleton.
Today sees the passing of two iconic figures, Annette Funicello (original member of the Mickey Mouse Club) and former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (original member of the Iron Lady club).
Psst Never thought you would see Annette Funicello and Margaret Thatcher mentioned in the same sentence did you?
Jack Klugman, who was best remembered for his role as Oscar Madison the messy sports reporter in the Odd Couple and detective Quincy Jones , passed away suddenly. Klugman who battled throat cancer in the 1980s and trained himself to speak again was 90. RIP Jack Klugman.
Charles Durning, dubbed the “king of the character actors”, had played everything from Santa to a Nazi. His movies included The Sting, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Tootsie, To Be or Not to Be, Dog Day Afternoon and O Brother Where Art Thou? Durning was 89.