Morgan Freeman and Christopher Walken haiku, by impressionist Jim Meskimen

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14 Responses to “Morgan Freeman and Christopher Walken haiku, by impressionist Jim Meskimen”

  1. BarelyFitz says:

    They need to add this guy as a new cast member on Saturday Night Live immediately, so his talents can be wasted.

  2. don_king_kong says:

    His Christopher Walken is terrible!

  3. retchdog says:

    pedantry: haiku isn’t just syllables; there are more rules, or at least themes, that go with it.

    the correct form for pithy or vulgar observations is the limerick, but i guess rhyming is too hard.

    • silkox says:

       What retch said! Also, in English, haiku may break the 5-7-5 “rule”, since it’s possible to say more with less.

    • Cornan says:

       If you watch the second video he points out that there’s more to it but he’s just keeping to the syllables per line rule.

  4. BDiamond says:

    This fellow may be a better writer than he is an impressionist. And his impressions are pretty damn good.

  5. Phillip Warren says:

    His Patrick Stewart impression is amazing.

  6. Rumor has it is this guy is a Scientologist who has tapped into the “clear channels” of the dead celebs via some sort of Thetan trickery or what not..

    Just sayin’…

  7. Steve Wells says:

    He reminds me of the Hey Ernest guy, except with talent.

  8. Thad Boyd says:

    AND he was a character designer for Thundercats.

    No kidding!

  9. BombBlastLightingWaltz says:

    Making impersonations of … people. 
    Even of.
    Christopher Walken. 
    It’s like, you know, something that just doesn’t happen… for everyone, you know.
    Just cause a lot of … 
    pauses… 
    and inappropriate emphasizing is happpening , 
    it does not make…  
    this… 
    any more real.

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