galentines:

These bloopers are amazing and beautiful and I can’t stop smiling and I don’t want to live in a world where these losers aren’t working together always

barry-fucking-gibb:

look what i found at the 99 cents store
oh dear

barry-fucking-gibb:

look what i found at the 99 cents store
oh dear

popculturebrain:

David Letterman gives emotional 10-minute tribute to Robin Williams

purns:

nbcsnl:

Remembering a dear friend.

Once, I got to see him. I couldn’t tell you the host, but Kanye was the musical guest, and it was back in the 808s era, so the Derrick guys and I had all finagled an invite, and we were doing bits about “How could you be so Arli$$?”Fun night. But the thing was, Don Pardo was there. His soundproof booth was situated on the left side of the room. Seeing him, at ninety-esque years old, flying up every week to make America laugh — the consummate professional — was by far the coolest part of the entire experience. Everyone in comedy, for the last forty years, has wanted to hear him say their name. What a week.

purns:

nbcsnl:

Remembering a dear friend.

Once, I got to see him. I couldn’t tell you the host, but Kanye was the musical guest, and it was back in the 808s era, so the Derrick guys and I had all finagled an invite, and we were doing bits about “How could you be so Arli$$?”

Fun night. But the thing was, Don Pardo was there. His soundproof booth was situated on the left side of the room. Seeing him, at ninety-esque years old, flying up every week to make America laugh — the consummate professional — was by far the coolest part of the entire experience. Everyone in comedy, for the last forty years, has wanted to hear him say their name.

What a week.

an awesome interview of tina and amy in 2008 when they were advertising baby moma. i really like it, yalll read it!

The Mindy Project season two gag reel

Bill Hader for Vogue (September 2014)

classicajays:

The first time Don Pardo was seen in a sketch.  This actually was the monologue for the season 5 season finale hosted by Buck Henry, the final episode with the original cast and the end of the first five years.  Don played a guy named “Ron Waldo” who could do a spot on imitation of Don Pardo.  As many times over the years we would hear his voice, we only rarely saw him on camera

classicajays:

The first time Don Pardo was seen in a sketch.  This actually was the monologue for the season 5 season finale hosted by Buck Henry, the final episode with the original cast and the end of the first five years.  Don played a guy named “Ron Waldo” who could do a spot on imitation of Don Pardo.  As many times over the years we would hear his voice, we only rarely saw him on camera

joeyx:

August 18th, 2014: Very sorry to hear about the passing of Don Pardo, who died in his sleep. He was 96 years old.
Today’s screening: He was the voice of 38 of the 39 years of SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, THE PRICE IS RIGHT, and JEOPARDY! He was also in RADIO DAYS and had a cameo on 30 ROCK.
Today’s soundtrack: "Weird Al" Yankovic’s "I Lost on Jeopardy" and Frank Zappa’s "The Illinois Enema Bandit" and "Punky’s Whips"
Today’s gaff: “Not for Ready Prime-Time Players.” - Pardo’s screw-up on the first SNL intro.
Today’s quote: “Every year the new cast couldn’t wait to hear their name said by him.” - Lorne Michaels 

joeyx:

August 18th, 2014: Very sorry to hear about the passing of Don Pardo, who died in his sleep. He was 96 years old.

Today’s screening: He was the voice of 38 of the 39 years of SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, THE PRICE IS RIGHT, and JEOPARDY! He was also in RADIO DAYS and had a cameo on 30 ROCK.

Today’s soundtrack: "Weird Al" Yankovic’s "I Lost on Jeopardy" and Frank Zappa’s "The Illinois Enema Bandit" and "Punky’s Whips"

Today’s gaff: “Not for Ready Prime-Time Players.” - Pardo’s screw-up on the first SNL intro.

Today’s quote: “Every year the new cast couldn’t wait to hear their name said by him.” - Lorne Michaels 

chubbinafatzarelli:

RIP Don Pardo, 1918-2014. 

chubbinafatzarelli:

RIP Don Pardo, 1918-2014. 

fallontonight:

Bill Cosby cross-examines Jimmy about whether Jimmy impersonated Bill…while Jimmy does his Bill impersonation.