In honor of the story with seeing celebrities on airplanes, I have a story but I cannot remember it because I was a baby. In 1978, my parents and I were flying and had a holdover in Chicago. The real Colonel Sanders came over and held me.
I am so very thankful and grateful for this autograph I got in the mail a few years ago. He was a true television legend that will be missed by millions. I have many good memories of watching the show with my grandparents, parents, and just watching over the years.
When Alex Trebek said Jennifer was getting closer to the top ten in two catergories, I knew that he had jinxed her.
I too was sad Judy Blume was a TS. I once played Lurvy in a community theatre performance of Charlotte's Web ( with a young Gilland Jones as Charlotte ) so I knew that book right away.
I thought Dave looked like a famous actor, but am not sure which one.
I work at a gym, and pickleball is very popular, so I knew it right away. I grew up in Augusta, Ga for sixteen years, so I loved seeing it on Jeopardy.
We have been talking of James and Jeopardy at work. Yesterday, someone talked of his strategy on going for the higher up questions first to get the DD's. I said it would be funny if it was the first question so all he could do was wager $1,000. I thought it was ironic it actually happened last night.
I went to high school with Katy Mixon for a year in Florida, so I loved it when she mentioned both high school and Florida at the end.
Seeing Thomas Lennon always makes me think of Joey's hand twin on the Vegas episodes of Friends .
Has anyone seen the last farewell on Amazon video? I watched it last night but it lowers the volume for the final scene during Onward Christian Soldiers. I assume because it's a Christian song?
Alegtoststandon , the actress in that episode who got locked in the ice box was Melora Hardin, who played Jan on the Office.
Earlier today, I looked up info on Mount Rushmore because I always found it interesting that the husband of Carrie Ingalls helped name it. I read a lot on Wikipedia, so based on the dates on FJ, I got it right away . It was pretty cool I was reading the article the same day it was a FJ.
I am a member of the James Best fan club on Facebook, and some members are part of the stagecoach west club, a joke based on a short lived tv show he made a couple of guest appearances on. It made me think of you guys. Sorry I have not posted in awhile. I went to look at the old Stagecoach board for good memories, and saw it is gone.
I have AA's book on my kindle. Great interesting book.