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Entertainment The most memorable TV "rascals" of all time

05:01  26 august  2021
05:01  26 august  2021 Source:   yardbarker.com

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" Rascals ," aka troublemakers or weasels, annoying beyond fault, have been staples of television for decades. Some, the viewers love to hate, others we downright loathe. Though, they seemed to see right through Eddie's schtick. As Wally's best friend, Eddie enjoyed picking on his younger brother, the Beaver and also scheming with the rest of the gang. In many ways, Eddie Haskell opened the door for the conniving TV best friends down the road in shows like Silver Spoons (Jason Bateman) or Doogie Howser, M.D. (Max Casella).

" Rascals ," aka troublemakers or weasels, annoying beyond fault, have been staples of television for decades. Some, the viewers love to hate, others we downright loathe. Once thriving vacation spots, these memorable hotels have been sadly lost – but not forgotten. From the glamorous gathering places of the rich and famous to quirky venues which put their own unique spin on things, these once-successful hotels certainly claimed a place in the hearts of those who visited them.

What words are there to say when your musical companion of half a century passes on? Words can’t really describe how important Charlie Watts was to the Rolling Stones’ signature sound, so after the drummer’s death on Tuesday (Aug. 24) the band’s members made the strongest statement by keeping it simple.

Singer Mick Jagger posted a photo of an ecstatic Watts smiling with his whole body while seated at a drum kit, while guitarist Keith Richards offered up an even more poignant image: Watts’ simple drum kit featured a “Closed, Please Call Again” sign hanging off the snare drum. Guitarist Ron Wood also used a picture to sum up his feelings about his bandmate, tweeting out an image of the two men smiling side by side with the caption, “I love you my fellow Gemini — I will dearly miss you — you are the best,” followed by praying hands, heart and sun emoji.

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Then why, oh brown Jesus, are most of the criminals on the show black or Hispanic? Seriously, do you know why? Because the way police are steady profiing and pulling over white folks in our neighborhood, you'd figure there'd be more whites on the show, too. Originally a series of cinematic shorts produced in the 1920s and '30s, The Little Rascals (first called Our Gang ) started in syndication in the '50s and "enjoyed" a run on television throughout much of the rest of the 20th Century. Its supporters liked to laud it for having an integrated cast (score!) and plot lines that stereotyped er'body ("There's fat jokes

The most memorable TV " rascals " of all time . " Rascals ," aka troublemakers or weasels, annoying beyond fault, have been staples of television for decades. Some, the viewers love to hate, others we downright loathe.

Watts, who Richards frequently referred to as the long-running band’s “engine room,” died Tuesday at age 80, his rep announced. Watts had just exited the band’s upcoming U.S. tour to allow him to recover from an unspecified medical procedure. The beloved drummer was honored by a galaxy of fellow rock and pop stars, including Elton John, KISS, the Beatles’ Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, Joan Jett, Lenny Kravitz and Pearl Jam, among many others.

The Who guitarist Pete Townshend also remembered his late friend, offering up a photo of a double rainbow on Instagram, along with an inspiring message of hope and love. “Full Moon. Rainbow. Always a sign. Charlie Watts wept at Keith Moon’s funeral. I wish I was capable of such tears today. Instead I just want to say goodbye,” he wrote, recalling the tears Watts shed at the memorial for The Who drummer who died in September 1978 at age 32.

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In television and movies we see these adversaries time and again, and though we may be better off leaving them alone, here we list the ten most notorious of all time . Butch – “Little Rascals ” Shorts Hold on to your marbles, boys, because Butch is on the loose. With a sour sneer and reliably bad intentions, this tyke brings as much chaos to the “Little Rascals ” world as a runaway, homemade fire truck. We don’t know what makes Butch so mean, but with a name like that, he probably was not destined to be a hall monitor.

Technically, Our Gang (or The Little Rascals ) was not a TV show, but a series of theatrical short subjects. But since most of us discovered them on TV as kids, I'll let it slide. Miss Crabtree was the pretty blonde schoolmarm played by June Marlowe in a handful of the classic comedies. I was out of school by the time Boy Meets World came along, but no list of TV teachers would be complete without Mr. Feeny, played by William Daniels. Talk about being invested in his students' lives! I mean, little did Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) suspect that when he landed Feeny for his sixth-grade teacher, the guy

“Not a rock drummer, a jazz drummer really, and that’s why the Stones swung like the Basie band!!” he added in a nod to Watts’ legendarily laid-back style. “Such a lovely man. God bless his wife and daughter, and I’ll bet the horses will miss him too.”


Video: Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts dies at 80 (Reuters)

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