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Really? Just a hint?! 😛
Paul Lynde’s influence continues to blast through the barriers of death and obscurity to channel into gag writers only peripherally aware of his legacy. Like unto a God.
This comic has nothing to do with Paul Lynde. The Mad Hatter pictured is from Disney’s animated Alice in Wonderland and was voiced by Ed Wynn.
A true classic.
Nothing against Lynde, though, who continues to be hysterical from beyond the grave.
I could Google who you guys are talking about… or I could write this comment.
and nothing of value was lost
Paul Lynde voiced Templeton in the original “Charlotte’s Web,” among many other things (a lot of folks know him from “Bewitched”). Ed Wynne did is a comedian from the 20s-60s. I remember him mostly from “Mary Poppins” as Bert’s Uncle Albert … the fellow who laughed so much that he floated up to the ceiling (although I am quite the fan of “The Gnome Mobile”). 🙂
Oh man! One of the best laughs ever!!
Mad hatter looks like he’s had a few too many drinks~
but then again, he’s always been like that~
all this time I thought he was sippin on coffee.
He was a big quaaludes dealer in the 50’s. That’s where he got all his money for those fancy suits.
How every toonhole meeting ends.
…he forgot to spit…
Gentlemen don’t spit.
Actually, it isn’t considered rude if you spit at a wine tasting event. It’s actually what you’re supposed to do.
I think that was a gay joke : \
Did I miss that? Dang… every time.
…and then he falls on the floor!
I just love how his head is popping out.