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Tim Conway has died

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Luvsbway    2,031

On an Instagram I follow they posted a photo with Tim, Betty White and Carl Reiner. Build a wall around Betty and Carl. This week has been rough and it's only Tuesday. 

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Neil    1,341

"he suffered complications from Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) and had no signs of dementia or Alzheimer’s."

What do they mean?   If he had no signs, why did they bring it up at all? 

“They used to do 33 shows a year on Burnett,”

Did they??

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Brock    3,353
33 minutes ago, Neil said:

"he suffered complications from Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH) and had no signs of dementia or Alzheimer’s."

What do they mean?   If he had no signs, why did they bring it up at all? 

“They used to do 33 shows a year on Burnett,”

Did they??

It was reported in court documents last year regarding his health care that he was non-communicative due to dementia.

Rest in Peace, you comedy genius. :( 

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Freddie2    841

It’s impossible to watch Tim and not glean some sort of comedic knowledge from his performances. He entertained so many, but inspired so many as well. It’s interesting that two of his most famous bits- the “Dentist” sketch and the Elephant Story are so well-known. The Dentist was from season two of TCBS, and as we know, nothing from that era of the series saw the light of day until very recently. The Elephant Story is an outtake and I have no idea when it was first seen publicly. That’s why I think it’s so cool that Tim’s comedic genius kind of bypassed copyright laws because people just had to see this stuff.

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