Score
Title
14288
Ummm... wtf did I just walk in on?
7968
roses are red, i put jam on my crackers
60410
Snake going to bed
10294
Dog's 'cancer' turns out to be four teddy bears
32071
This ginkgo tree has existed for 1400 years.
5326
Waiting for the last moment
24893
Lit father, lit son
4649
Definitely some witchcraft here.
4552
McDonalds kitty.
8213
PORG, the cat!
23583
What can i get for you?
4230
For class, I sculpted Owen Wilson’s nose and collaged it with pictures of Owen Wilson to create Owen Wilson’s Wow meme. My teacher did not get it.
56815
My Pops finally beating Super Mario Bros. on Christmas night, 1988. The Nintendo was a present for "me and my sister".
13873
DiSgRuNtLeD eX-eMpLoYeE fUcKiNg KiLlS rEpLaCeMeNt
29597
HMB, I'm playing a round of Rumba Pong
16522
[OC] Closing a box made of perfect mirrors with a light bulb inside
18555
A reminder for tomorrow
8620
This truck in the swimming pool
2671
Ima do this
39416
This penny I got in my change is 150 years old
10834
Getting ready for a night on the town
24545
Cutting a slice of 23 layer chocolate cake [640 x 640] [GIF]
12814
Well done young man!
30523
The U.K. Just Went 55 Hours Without Using Coal for the First Time in History
16898
Spooky lone oak tree, North Yorkshire, UK. Simon Baxter (OC) [1440x1080]
9051
We need Jesus in this town.
3300
TIL former NBA Champion and Chicago Bulls player Horace Grant continued to wear sports-goggles after receiving Lasik surgery to help kids who were teased over wearing glasses.
5302
The year was 1997, translucent green pieces ruled the galaxy
9461
My wife said she wanted just one child of each gender
26694
Best Friends "Forever"
25139
hmmm
9399
Mandatory plot twist before official death of meme. Buy buy buy but be ready to sell soon.
5577
Dirty
8006
Hold My Catnip, I'm going to the butcher to pick out my lunch
4191
Pringles lids seal Solo cups
3806
Babylon Bee (a satire site) gets it.
17195
When you choose to live away from the water so it hunts you down
7978
MRW I'm at summer camp and my bully makes fun of my profuse sweating and premature baldness in front of my crush so I wait until he's about to do the slackline and then I blow on it to make it shake so he'll fall off.
1974
I just wanted a new car.
63055
The U.K. Just Went 55 Hours Without Using Coal for the First Time in History
1676 StevenSanders90210 Among some pretty crappy 80s TV, Night Court always stood out and I think Harry Anderson is a big reason why. A great talent and reportedly a nice guy. A loss for sure
3245 MissDiketon Boo. That sucks. Night Court was one of the best things on television ever.
576 Tragxei I grew up sort of poor, in a really shitty desert town. I watched a LOT of Night Court over antennae and actually related to his character a lot. I sort of wanted to be someone like that as I got older. Thank you for the laughs Harry, we loved you for it. edit: Just added his name in at the end, it reads better now.
271 AbyssalKultist I was a cook at a bar/cafe he owned in the French Quarter of pre-Katrina New Orleans. He was a really friendly and funny guy, we shared many a drink and conversation. RIP.
689 jmsturm Damn, that sucks. There goes my dreams of a Night Court reboot/ reunion.
623 UnwellHiC His greatest performance was "Harry the Hat" on Cheers. What a terrific character that added so much joy to the show. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZpkBkDa7gI
260 TheNumberMuncher 65 isn’t old :(
247 GailaMonster This is John Ritter levels of unacceptable.
363 Dark_Saint He's with Mel Tormé now. Loved Night Court, great memories of him on the show. Will be missed.
162 DonMcCauley Damn. His daughter Eva pops up on a ton of comedy podcasts, her stories about him always made him seem like a great guy. Hope she's doing ok :(
108 TheRuralBuddah $50 and time served. :(
105 nekowolf When I was a kid Night Court was on later than I was allowed to stay up. But every Thursday night my parents would watch it and it had that memorable theme song with the wood knocks at the end. But I never knew what show it was for. Every Thursday night I would hear and it plan to look in the TV Guide to see what it was, and every Friday morning I would have forgotten about looking it up until the next Thursday night. Eventually it went into syndication and I watched it but it's one of those weird quirky childhood memories that I still remember today. RIP Harry.
52 thelongflight Harry's greatest magic trick to me was appearing when I needed him most. I was a lonely kid magician with an imaginary friend...Harry Anderson. Some nights when my parents weren't getting along, I'd stay in my room and watch Night Court, not really understanding most of the jokes, but being enamored with Harry's panache, wardrobe and magical aptitude...all helping me to forget what was going on down the hall. I was lucky enough to meet him about 10 years ago when he did a small club tour. My wife got to go up onstage and put him in a straight jacket, and he set her up to be the star for a few minutes. It was really a dream come true to be a part of that. I still remember the day my imaginary friend said goodbye years and years ago. I hadn't seen him in a long time, and he appeared to me in my parent's garden while I was staring off into the clouds. He told me that it was time for him to leave...that I was growing up, didn't need him anymore and that everything would be ok. Smiling from ear to ear with an aura of warmth, he simply faded away between the flowers. His upbeat attitude and outlook on life has had a resounding affect on my own life, and I hope I've honored his memory with my actions. Such a Wise Guy...and a great human being.
165 terrorama Mr. Plinkett is going to be sad.
157 MuhLaws One of the coolest- yet least talked about- aspects of Night Court is how it's a pretty neat fictional snapshot of a New York City that is now totally, totally, TOOOOOOTALLY gone. From the opening sequence to a lot of the plot lines and subtexts, it's a pretty cool snapshot into an era in city history that a lot of people really long for- and a lot of people not from NYC still think NYC is- but has been gone since the 1990's. That era, the 80's, was NYC at its grittiest. Before it was 'cleaned up'. It was an amazing place.