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Death: an unfortunate, inescapable part of life, and it'll eventually come for everyone - even the famous. So, when actors in the middle of filming a hit TV series pass away, the cast, crew, and even audience are frequently left with friend-shaped hole in their hearts. But the show must go on, right? Here are some of TV's most memorable characters who were written off after the actors playing them passed away. Beware of spoilers, and probably a couple of tears...
Mister Hooper | 0:29
Coach | 1:46
Bill McNeal | 3:04
John Ritter | 4:07
Leo McGarry | 5:15
Owen Granger | 6:30
Finn Hudson | 7:39
Debbie Wolowitz | 8:43
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In the 1970s, there was a show, "Eight is Enough" starring Diana Hyland, who died not long after the series began. The show went on without her, but I don't remember how they wrote her out. In real life, she was linked with John Travolta, despite being many years older than he was. She died from cancer.
Just once I'd like to watch one of these list videos where they don't feel obligated to give the view a lesson on what the subject matter is . Example... "Death an unfortunately inexcapable part of life... even the famous..." WE ALL NOW WHAT DEATH IS YOU MORONS.
Ordinarily yes, but this is a case of staging for the camera. If he was in the front of the group, the _camera_ (and thus the audience) wouldn't have seen him.
Perhaps placing him to the side of the group would have been better, but I can't say for certain.
I don't remember Mr. Hooper. But that is really insightful that sesame street would be honest enough to do that. That is something that is really wrong with western society, in which they discourage kids from knowing about death, and even talking about it. My daughter would play games at recess that revolved around death, of her own accord, and no influence from us. When she was around 6-7. Nothing destructive or hostile. But the principal told her to stop it.
...who is frequently mixed up with original film and TV music composer Don Davis (best known for his work on The Matrix Trilogy).
But, wait- Don S. Davis didn't die while _SG-1_ was still in production... did he? I mean, his character was written out at request of the actor so that Richard Dean Anderson could reduce his on-screen workload, and then Hammond made a few guest appearances afterwards, but I don't recall there being any mention of his passing even in the last season. Maybe _Atlantis_ made note of it, but not _SG-1._
And that's why we live in the shittiest, most pathetic, and weakest generation of all time.
For all of history, we have taught our children about the hardships of life, and prepared them for all the unfair, and horrible things that could happen in life.
Now, the genius fucking mom and dads of today, don't tell kids anything, don't prepare kids for anything, don't respect their kids enough to teach them anything, don't give their kids vaccines, don't raise their kids properly, and don't take any responsibility for anything that happens to either them or their family, while at the same time put their kids up on a fucking pedestal and believe their kids can do no wrong, all the while blaming life, everybody else, the weather, God, or anything else they can think of, as to why the things that have happened to their child have happened, and never ever blame themselves or their ability to be a parent, or how stupid the child was, as the reason.
We live in an age of pathetic fucking pussies and bitches who don't want to acknowledge that life is hard or that people die.
Fuck this fucking generation bunch of disgusting pathetic retards everywhere
Oh my God Coach Ernie Pantusso, Mr Nicholas colasanto is the best person that could have been cast for this part. I forget exactly how old I was when he died I was a child but I remember cheers was never the same after that. I mean no disrespect towards Woody Harrelson, the series just wasn't the same
And any one of these people, or all of them together, remind me again how their dying has affected my life in the least little bit? I never watched anyone these shows even once. But I did just waste 10 minutes of my life that I will never get back.
Victor Buono played Jim Ignatowski's father, Mr. Caldwell, on an episode of "Taxi" titled "Going Home," which first aired December 17, 1980. On January 1, 1082, Victor Buono died (he was only 43, the same age as Christopher Lloyd). On October 7 of that year, the episode "Jim's Inheritance" first aired, in which Jim is told about the death of his father.
The cover art for Legend was done by Phil Hartman, the brother of Poco manager John Hartmann; Phil Hartman worked as a graphic designer creating album covers for his brother's clients (including America) while attempting to break out as a comic
Glee could have handled Finn's death better. We don't really get told what happened, he's just dead one day. When you think about it, the character's erratic actions throughout the series could have been explained by drug use.
It is truly amazing how whites people have been stealing from others since the beginning of time and has never gave black people their just do. The world over minorities have contributed to humanity while being omitted on purpose. woo ow!!!
It's really annoying as someone who still has some hearing but needs to rely on CC when the person making the CC substitutes words because of sensitive people.
So to all the deaf or Hoh people watching this video, they replaced the words "died" and "death" with "passing."
It's happened twice on NCIS, although not regular characters. Actress Nina Foch unexpectedly passed away in 2010, so the writers scripted the death of Alzheimer's-addled Victoria Mallard, Ducky's mother, and Dr. Palmer named his daughter after her. Then in 2015 we lost Ralph Waite, so it was written that Gibbs's father Jackson had passed, and the team sees him buried with full military honors.
WHY did they say nothing about how many actors who had worked with John Ritter(and were friends with him in real life) appeared as friends of Paul Hennessy in the funeral scene for him in 8 Simple Rules? This was, IMHO, the most moving tribute ever shown to a single character(and real-life pal) in the history of sitcom television.
You didn't mention the death of Jean Cooper's Katherine Chancellor of Young and the Restless. They chose to have the character pass after the death of the actress who portrayed her, Jean Cooper. Jean portrayed this iconic matriarch of Chancellor Industries for nearly 40 years. According to Wikipedia, her final Y&R scene was filmed Tuesday, March 26, 2013 (the exact date of Y&R's 40th anniversary) and aired on Friday, May 3, 2013. Jean Cooper passed away on May 8, 2013
and also ironically in 1989 the actor douglas roberts from another world died on may and his character died too in the soap.and the episodes of his passing they were very emmotional couse ev loved him in that day time show
Sechskies Eun Ji Won and rookie singers Lee Soo Hyun and Kim Eun Bi performed the third OST single titled "Love Song". The rookies, who are both training to debut in HYWY Entertainments girl group HYWY Girls, joined the veteran to sing about falling in love with an unlikely person. The rhythmic medium temp track is the perfect tune to make your spring days even brighter.
As a child, there was a portrait in our family home in Paris that I always loved. Today, it’s known as Maya with Doll – but to me it was just a portrait of my mother, albeit a remarkable one. “Your grandfather was a painter,” she would say, whenever the subject of the canvas, one of many that hung around the house, came up in discussion. It was only when I began school, and whispers about my heritage started to follow me, that I realised what an understatement that was. My grandfather was far more than a painter. He was the defining figure of 20th-century art – and, as I would learn later from years of academic study, a true genius. It was a revelation that would shape the course of my life in many ways. When Picasso died – in 1973, the year before I was born – he left behind 45,000 works, not to mention personal objects and correspondence.