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I like to remember Andy Williams as the man who played a big role in getting the Osmond brothers their start. (I know, he's more than that. But I find the old clips of a very young Donnie- and eventually Marie- singing with him, to be so adorable!)
 

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This particular stanza is the saddest one of all:

Somehow I know, we'll meet again
Not sure quite where and I don't know just when
You're in my heart, so until then
Wanna smile, wanna cry
Saying goodbye
 

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The list just got a little longer.RIP Andy Williams.
And with Andy the list has hit the big five-oh. How very sad. Usually the term five-oh is used to refer to a happy occasion such as a birthday or anniversary milestone.:frown::cry:
 

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And with Andy the list has hit the big five-oh. How very sad. Usually the term five-oh is used to refer to a happy occasion such as a birthday or anniversary milestone.:frown::cry:
Or "Five-O" can also refer to the crime drama series set in Hawaii, the 50th state (hence the "five-o" term), starring Jack Lord during the original 1968-80 network run, and its modern day revival on CBS, which appears to be experiencing pretty good ratings....
 

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It is kind of related to the subject of this thread Animal's Bunny. It is very sad that this has hit her. Cancer is such a terrible thing to have to suffer from.:frown::cry:
 

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Sadly, Valerie Harper has terminal brain cancer and three months to live. :cry: I just found out this morning. :cry: She was in one of my all time favourite episodes. (I felt like I should share this, but I didn't know where to post it, and I feel bad posting it here, because she's still alive, but I digress) Here's the website.
http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20679402,00.html?xid=rss-fullcontent
That's very sad news! I loved Valerie Harper's episode of TMS. The dance number with the Clodhoppers is one of my favorite TMS moments!
 
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