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I always thought it was spelled Nawton.
I think it would have been cool to see Norton tee off out of Ralph's tenement window. Where in NYC did the Cramdens reside? Judging from their apartment I do not think it mid town Manhattan.
At different times, both the Kramdens and the Gleasons resided at 328 Chauncey Street, Brooklyn, NY.The Great One never forgot his roots.
And Mrs. Manicotti lived downstairs.
I had never heard of all these sailors before. Do they sail on Barnegat Bay?
They were Brooklyn aristocrats... yachts, a string of poloponies...
Don't forget the Mansion and the villa in France!
It's so sad that American "culture" prior to 1989 is a total mystery to me. It seems like I missed a lot. All we had was Monty Python and the Beatles.
As was Monty Python, The Honeymooners was comic genius of the highest order-- and from the 1950's no less! If this is your first exposure, Tillerman, I urge you to find a source for viewing all 39 episodes that were originally broadcast over a few consecutive years.This oeuvre is to TV sitcom (condensed and limited by its admittedly narrow format), as Shakespeare is to the dramatic stage-- grand exploration of the human condition!
A mere bag of shells.
Leave it there, the cat'll get it.
Like we say in the sewer: "Time and tide wait for no man."
Kramden is Falstaff, Norton, Sir Toby Belch... would that they were they in the same play.
Woah! It certainly looks like rain!
There may be a bit of Stanley Kowalski in Kramden, too. He first appeared just four years after Streetcar opened on Broadway, won a Pulitzer for Tennessee Williams, and made Brando a star.
LOL at new header photo!!!!!!
Always hovering over food source, and giving opinions whether welcomed or not.
You clearly had the calling for your vocation at an early age.
There could be no other path, Tillerman. Like Osso Buco falling off the bone.
Sad but true
That was a compliment, oh, Chef of the Future.But the real question is... can it core a apple?
What kind of Grill was that! It looks like a cross between a Weber kettle and R2D2!
I'd say that's as good a guess as any. All I know is that it managed to burn the majority of raw products placed upon it, regardless of who was at the helm.
OK, I think I know which one is Baydog, but who is it doing the cooking and who are the other two young fellows?
Dad's brother Uncle Gordy is grilling, and two of his sons, Randy and Cahil. The butt of Dad's Penguin mast seems to be sticking out of Gordy's forehead!