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s Eulogy Episode Tackles Death With Brutal Honesty
s standout season-five episode with Raphael Bob-Waksberg.
Aretha Franklin’s Family Was As Taken Aback by Late Singer’s Eulogy As You Were
“He spoke for 50 minutes and at no time did he properly eulogize her,” the singer’s nephew Vaughn Franklin said of Rev. Jasper Williams Jr.’s speech.
Doug Stanhope Remembers Sean Rouse, the ‘Best Comedian You’ve Never Heard Of’
“Nobody saw any of it coming.”
A Eulogy for UCB’s Del Close Marathon in New York
A longtime improviser says good-bye to DCM before it moves to L.A. next year.
A Eulogy for New York City’s Lincoln Plaza Cinemas
One of NYC’s most venerable institutions screened its last films on Sunday — here’s why we’ll miss it.
Patton Oswalt on Grief After His Wife’s Death
“I don’t know what else I’m supposed to do now without her.”
Read a Beautiful Eulogy for Harris Wittels by His Sister Stephanie
It’s been nearly two weeks since writer and comedian Harris Wittels tragically died at the age of 30, and since then there’s been an outpouring […]
Read David Chase’s Eulogy for James Gandolfini
“I tried to write a traditional eulogy, but it came out like bad TV.”