Celebrity and Complete No Marks Deaths 2018 to now include Celebrities who are critically ill and dogs


#322

Good god. Where have you been?


#323

What? Is one of them dead?


#324

Ah Jesus, that brings me back. The Father Dowling Mysteries - can remember watching that as a child back in the day!

And the young, hip Nun (was her name Sister Clarence?) who acted as his sidekick as they embarked on various adventures and escapades solving crime.


#325

It’s Mahoney, the guy from Police Academy


#326

I think Charles Ingalls is the greatest tv dad of all time, followed to a close second place by John Walton Sr. They were great men.


#327

John Walton Snr was a good man.
Theme music always made me feel sad.
Walton’s Mountain what a spot.


#328

Were you named after Ralph Waite?


#329

Ah come on @Fagan_ODowd , no Fr. Tim Devereux?


#330

I didn’t want to be fighting for “relivance” so did some research on this guy. He played Frasier’s Dad in Frasier but the actor who played Frasier seems to be confused and thinks he was his real Dad.


#331

That’s fucked up. He should see a psychiatrist.


#332

Oof. Right in the feels that one.


#333

:cry:


#334

Marty was a top, top man.


#335

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This fella was a top Dad


#336

Fraser was one of the greatest comedies of all time


#337

A sophisticated comedy.
Lots of people probably couldn’t understand it. Pity.


#339

The brother was class


#340

Great show.

Good few of the actors in it are gay in real life - niles, the lad who played bulldog and there
Were many rumours that Mahoney was too. No wonder Kelsey Grammer was such a competent swordsman when no one on set wasn’t going near the women


#341

And how could you forget


#342

Cheers was it’s Midwife . The classic case of an intellectual drinking in a working class bar.

Reminds me of a pub I used years ago .

Fascinating to watch .