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Desc:Robin Williams was a nice man.
Category:Pets & Animals, Educational
Tags:gorilla, Koko, robin williams, tickle
Submitted:baleen
Date:08/13/14
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Simillion - 2014-08-13
sweet. Most likely Koko was just in the mood for tickle-play when Robin visited, but it's possible she recognized him as a "funny man" and wanted him to make her laugh, and wanted him to stop looking so serious/sad when looking at her. "No, laugh! Okay, tickle. See? smile. Laugh!" etc.
Pope Caius - 2014-08-13
There's more information about it here.
http://www.koko.org/koko-tribute-robin-williams

"In the above video, notice that Robin made Koko smile ó something she hadnít done for over 6 months, ever since her lifelong gorilla companion, Michael, passed away at the age of 27. But not only did Robin cheer up Koko, the effect was mutual, and Robin seemed transformed ó from a high-energy entertainer, into a mellow, sensitive, empathetic guy, who also happened to be really funny."

Enjoy - 2014-08-13
But did you know that man Tony Stewart ran over was actually Robin Williams? /cue Twilight Zone music
Scrimmjob - 2014-08-13
It's true, but did you know that Tony Stewart is actually a gorilla named Koko?

Caminante Nocturno - 2014-08-13
And all of them were actually figments of Mr. Rogers' imagination.

lordyam - 2014-08-15
not going lie, cant stop watching this guy; bill hicks, carlin, phil hartman, and now robin williams. the rare time a celebrity death really got to me
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