Reports have surfaced that a sequel is in the works to the 1993 blockbuster cross-dressing comedy, Mrs. Doubtfire.
Robin Williams, currently riding high with his hit TV series The Crazy Ones,
The Portland Trail Blazers dropped 134 points on Thursday night as they routed the Charlotte Bobcats. The blowout allowed Blazers’ third guard Mo Williams to come off the bench and drop 15 points and 10 assists, including this sick behind-the-back pass to Robin Williams who smashed it home.
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Yes This Happened: A photo of Robin Williams performing on the streets of New York City in 1979. A few people have comment…
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Robin Williams once said, “Canada’s like a loft over a really great party.” At the time I agreed with Robbie, but as of today, that opinion is now a thing of the past.
Ladies and gentlemen I introduce to you, Alcohockey. It’s beer pong (or Beirut depending on your misguided sophistication) on steroids. No, not the kind that shrinks your balls or turns your head into...
While Georgia was celebrating a TD before half and dancing wildly on the sidelines, CBS decided to use that time to promote the new Robin Williams show. Nice timing guys. See the GIF below:
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Robin Williams was on Letterman last night where he revealed that while filming Mrs. Doubtfire, he frequented a sex shop in San Francisco. He would go in full makeup and ask for items in the character’s voice. Sounds like the perfect makings of a sequel!Read the story on Uproxx
This time Matt is joined by Dave and they start off talking about Robin Williams new show and the actors we would like to see make a comeback to TV. After that we go into Ichiro and baseball. Of course there is some football talk, but the guys end their show talking about wrestling and the "take a stance" campaign.
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Robin Williams applies his brand of humor to a new Snickers commercial where he plays a football coach who's become a little loopy from being hungry. When Williams starts asking his team to make balloon animals and tea cozies, the players know he's lost it. Fortunately, Snickers comes to the rescue.
Bobcat Goldthwait makes a brief cameo at the end as a hungry cheerleader...
The early stand up comedy of Robin Williams always reminds me of a man on a mad coke binge. There’s a lot of manic prancing on stage, mixed with hundreds of funny voices and profuse sweating....
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