RIP Tim Conway

A true comedy great

Loved him. Just loved him

Yeah, Tim and Harvey Korman were an incredible team on the Carol Burnett Show.

Godspeed.

Tim Conway's "The Dentist"

The Oldest Man: The Hot Dog Vendor from The Carol Burnett Show
*lonely weenie.

I think that dentist skit is where Harvey Korman wet himself from laughing so hard.

I'd be surprised if more than a few of you have any clue what the heck I'm talking about, but when I was a kid, "Gus" - a Disney live action movie about an American Football goal-kicking mule from Yugoslavia - was absolutely hysterical. I don't know how many times I watched that movie, but it was a lot. To 8 or 9 year old me, Tim Conway and Don Knotts were just about the funniest men on the planet.

RIP Mr. Conway.

The Private Eyes was a good one too.

vypre wrote:

I'd be surprised if more than a few of you have any clue what the heck I'm talking about, but when I was a kid, "Gus" - a Disney live action movie about an American Football goal-kicking mule from Yugoslavia - was absolutely hysterical. I don't know how many times I watched that movie, but it was a lot. To 8 or 9 year old me, Tim Conway and Don Knotts were just about the funniest men on the planet.

RIP Mr. Conway.

I remeber watching it once or twice

During my childhood it was Tim Conway, Jonathan Winters, and Robin Williams that made me laugh the most. Those three contributed more to my sense of humor than any others both then, and since.