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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Richland123, Jul 3, 2012.
Andy Griffith R.I.P.
In case you're like me and don't read the Huff and puff post...
RIP Andy. You made me smile and laugh just about as much as any human being I've encountered yet.
a TV Icon...
Andy Griffith was the man.
The Andy Griffith show was classic, quality material loaded with
many life lessons (remember Aunt Bee's pickles? ...or Opie's
decision to consider state school so his dad could afford it).
And it didn't portray men to be coarse, bungling idiots whose
#1 priority was sex as virtually every show does today. We
need more shows like that now.
It is a much sadder world today. Rest in peace, Sheriff Taylor.
Another good guy has left us.
He seemed to be a genuine good person; I don't remember any kind of scandals with Andy.
He made you want to move down South with the way he portrayed his hospitable personality.
Another guy I'll be very sad to see go is Ernest Borgnine.
Andy Griffith was also a musician, singer, and songwriter
The Andy Griffith Show - The Guitar Player
RIP Andy Griffith. Another part of our youth is gone.
Ah man. The Andy Griffith show reruns got me through mono in high school. RIP
Ernest Borgnine is the voice of Mermaidman and Tim Conway is the voice of Barnacle Boy on Spongebob Squarepants
RIP, Mr. Griffith.
I still crack up at his stand up bit about football.
I still have that on a picture disc album he did for Clemson University.
A true legend and a class act to boot. I spent allot of time as a kid and adult watching his show and enjoyed it all. RIP.
Rip AG you brought much laughter to many people!
We re-watched a number of his shows a couple years ago. They have held up very well over time--unlike most shows of that era. May he rest in peace.
I found it and felt like sharing.
RIP, Andy. I watched the show so often as a kid.
Well stated, Mike, I totally agree.
I love watching the Andy Griffith show with my wife. She gets really worked up and starts yelling at the TV when Andy covers for Barney. She thinks Andy is really Co. She yells "Man, I can't believe it, he's doing it again. Just tell him the truth, he's never going to learn if you don't tell him the truth."
I like the black and white shows with Barney and Gomer the best. I love the episode where the goat ate some dynamite. Or the "Here at the Rock" episode. Typical Barney goofiness "Now here at the Rock we have two rules. Memorize them until you can say them in your sleep. Rule number one: obey all rules. Rule number two: no writing on the walls. "