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  Reply # 1062460 10-Jun-2014 11:28
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  Reply # 1062482 10-Jun-2014 12:10
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  Reply # 1062499 10-Jun-2014 12:25
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Was saddened to hear this news. He was a comic genius.

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  Reply # 1062503 10-Jun-2014 12:28
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I think I must've seen "Bad News" & "More Bad News" about 300 times each. Not to mention everything else he did.

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  Reply # 1062539 10-Jun-2014 12:57
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Sad news indeed. What is it with comedians dying before their time?




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  Reply # 1062583 10-Jun-2014 14:04
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I recall he almost did die about 10 years ago after an accident due to a head injury. I wonder if that old injury played a part...possibly a stroke or something.



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  Reply # 1062653 10-Jun-2014 15:29
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mattwnz: I recall he almost did die about 10 years ago after an accident due to a head injury. I wonder if that old injury played a part...possibly a stroke or something.


1998 that was.

There's some speculation he suffered a seizure as a result of the head injury.




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  Reply # 1062659 10-Jun-2014 15:32
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"I'm Rik f'king Mayall!"





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  Reply # 1062661 10-Jun-2014 15:35
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I don't think too many people under 25 know who he was, as he hadn't done too much tv stuff recently. Most younger people may remember him from the film drop dead fred, which wasn't the greatest film.

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  Reply # 1062775 10-Jun-2014 17:43
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mattwnz: I don't think too many people under 25 know who he was, as he hadn't done too much tv stuff recently. Most younger people may remember him from the film drop dead fred, which wasn't the greatest film.


Sheesh I watched that on DVD with an old girlfriend...  the most memorable line from the film being "Wow, Cobwebs!"  =)




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Another hero from my child hood gone, Ultimate Warrior now Rik Mayall. The Young Ones was some funny stuff, I have that and Bottom on DVD. If you haven't watched the Bottom movie Guest House Paradiso you should.

Of course the get together with Cliff Richard was comic genius too.

New Statesman was a riot, Allan Bastard.... sad days.


 

 

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Lurch: Another hero from my child hood gone, Ultimate Warrior now Rik Mayall. The Young Ones was some funny stuff, I have that and Bottom on DVD. If you haven't watched the Bottom movie Guest House Paradiso you should.

Of course the get together with Cliff Richard was comic genius too.

New Statesman was a riot, Allan Bastard.... sad days.


 


I think the world is now possibly to PC for those sorts of comedies. He was also good on blackadder.

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  Reply # 1062828 10-Jun-2014 19:46
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Yes the PC movement, should be taken out back and shot. :-/

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  Reply # 1063389 11-Jun-2014 14:27
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If you have ever lived in London you will remember the British Heritage signs... 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/rik-mayall-gets-wonderfully-stupid-blue-plaque-tribute-in-london-9518834.html

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Giggs: If you have ever lived in London you will remember the British Heritage signs... 


And at the "Bottom" of that page I saw this

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/serial-cucumber-masturbator-sentenced-after-indecent-act-in-library-9499913.html Seems fitting.

One of my favourite bits from The Young Ones


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