Bill Murray describes the last time he saw Gilda Radner

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14 Responses to “Bill Murray describes the last time he saw Gilda Radner”

  1. Nell Anvoid says:

    Rosanne Rosannadanna would enjoy this.

  2. princessalex says:

    Damned blurry monitor.  

  3. Lurking_Grue says:

    She was the first celeb that died that I was broken up about.  Never quite got over it.   She was a part of my childhood and I suppose that means I had a weird childhood.

  4. lectroid says:

    My favorite Gilda Radner moment was her cameo on The Gary Shandling Show.

    Shandler: (opening door) Hey! It’s Gilda Radner! (audience cheers)
    Shandler: I haven’t seen you in a long time! Where’ve you been?
    Gilda: I’ve had cancer, Gary. Where’ve YOU been?

  5. Lupus Girl says:

    Gilda was always my very favorite SNL cast member.  Kristen Wiig is a close second.  It made me sick to hear about the Gilda’s Club cancer facilities dropping her name…what an insult!  Thank you, Bill Murray, for sharing this; it brought a big smile to my face!

  6. yupgiboy says:

    Paul Shaffer’s Bio “We’ll Be Here For The Rest Of Our Lives” has some wonderful Gilda stories, as well.

  7. BunnyShank says:

    What’s all this I hear about this story keeping Gilda Radner “elegant”? That uppity Bill Murray was throwing her around like a bag of laundry! Upside down, packed in like a suitcase, he was treating her like carry on luggage! If they wanted to tell a story where she was elegant, they should have told the story where she ….oh…. Well. That’s very different. Never mind. bitch.

  8. steve849 says:

    No need to go to the link for the “whole story.” It is copied here entirely except for one sentence. 

  9. Masquirina says:

    They should’ve carried her in a large basket of some kind.

  10. Nihilist says:

    emily litella would say, ‘nevermind.’

  11. DataShade says:

    Ladies and gentlemen, Billy Murray: superhero.

  12. Amorette says:

    Sitting in the dorm room watching SNL with the original cast.  Some of the best days of my life.  I miss Gilda.

  13. Adolph Marx says:

    It’s always something.

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