Waaaaayyy too much funny for this Mormon Mama @JennyHatch The Best Interview In The History Of Television-Robin Williams

“Angry Shakespearean speech impediment actors…” 

“Positive Tourettes” 

I’m dying…

I just watched this interview for the first time and am crying I was laughing so hard.


The hilarity never stops when Robin Williams was on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (November 17th and 21st 2011)

The Best Interview In The History Of Television-Robin Williams

I have always felt a huge connection to Williams because he attended a school that was down the street from my house in Detroit. Knowing he lived close by and was a Michigan kid made him very real as a comedy mentor.

Here is the whole interview (salty language is bleeped but tons of inappropriate humor is encased in these 30 mins, so be warned)

Robin McLaurin Williams was an American stand-up comedian and actor. Starting as a stand-up comedian in San Francisco and Los Angeles in the mid-1970s, he is credited with leading San Francisco’s comedy renaissance. Wikipedia

Born: July 21, 1951, Chicago, IL

Died: August 11, 2014, Paradise Cay, CA

Here are a few trailers from my favorite Williams movies.

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