Ed McMahon has been a pop culture icon for decades and went beyond being Johnny Carson's sidekick. Star Search, those Publisher's Clearing House commercials. Unforgettable parodies by the late Phil Hartman on SNL:
I don't think he was overselling any joke. I think he was actually that fond of Carson, and having that much fun. He was also probably loaded half the time, which always makes ME laugh a little too much as well.
The Tonight Show aired a nice tribute to McMahon and showed some classic clips from his days with Carson. They also showed a clip from his appearance on Conan's show in its first season when he and Andy played 'quarters.'
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Originally posted by Big BadThe Tonight Show aired a nice tribute to McMahon and showed some classic clips from his days with Carson. They also showed a clip from his appearance on Conan's show in its first season when he and Andy played 'quarters.'
Originally posted by dWsI can only assume he was visited by Torgo the White during his ascension to Second Banana Heaven. RIP, big guy.
I can't let this go without some recognition. Bravo to you sir.
As for Ed, he was great. Heck, I would buy a gold toilet seat from the man.
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