|Louis Armstrong - 2009-11-07 |
Came across this first and realized this is part two of the whole episode later. So....
Part 3 really hits home though:
Imean part 3:
|Frank Rizzo - 2009-11-07 |
Its weird to me because Andy Dick was indirectly responsible for his death.
Phil Hartmans wife was a recovering drug addict. The belief was that Andy got Phils wife back onto cocaine or whatever and she shot him while she was high.... or something along those lines.
Jon Lovitz strangled Andy Dick because of this.
lets close our eyes and imagine both.
It was also about the time the Simpsons started sucking.
Well there was the thing where Dick put the 'Phil Hartman hex' on Lovitz and expressed the wish that he would be the next to die.
It could possibly be that.
Dick made a joke about Lovitz getting the "Hartman hex" and Lovitz kicked his ass. He was later unapologetic because he claims he personally knows that Dick was responsible for giving Hartman's wife cocaine which made her more psychotic than usual given her past with drugs and thus resulted in her mental breakdown which caused her to murder him.
Whether or not that's true, there's a ton of fairly reliable anecdotal evidence that, coke or not, the woman would have undoubtedly broken down at some point, later rather than sooner.
Anyway, this was a great way to send him off the show and I was really glad they did it that way. I'm also one of the few who didn't think the last season without Hartman was that bad. I thought it was pretty good, considering. Just not good enough to keep the show going.
Andy Dick is not "indirectly responsible"
Hartman's wife was mental.
hahaha look at the cute little Loco babby trying to make words. No, no one does anything stupid or relapse due to the actions of others, it's always because they choose to.
Just smile and make a 'can I has' joke, pumpkin.
|Sacks5thAvenButt - 2009-11-08 |
Andy Dick reminds me of a gay worm
Phil was the best.
|zatojones - 2009-11-08 |
I hope Andy Dick dies a painful death while utterly alone.
|Riskbreaker - 2009-11-08 |
The good people always leave early, leaving us with the Adam Sandler's and Rob Schneider's of the world.
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