An Interview with Ken Levine blog by author Phoef Sutton. I first met Ken when I was a lowly freelance writer and he was already a legend, running a network comedy. Together with his partner, the equally legendary David Isaacs, he had already produced MASH and the first year of CHEERS. I was able to make the mistakes that all beginning writers make and with Ken’s help, I was able to learn from them.
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“STEP BY STEP, STEP BY STEP, I CREPT UPON HIM AND WHEN I SAW THE SMIRK OF HIS COUNTENANCE, I GRABBED HIM. I LET HIM HAVE IT AGAIN, I COULDNT HELP MYSELF, I WAS GOING OUT OF MY MIND!” We all remember the routine, don’t we? A Man runs encounters a Stranger – a Stranger… Continue Reading SLOWLY I TURNED »
I came late to The Stooges. As a kid, their charm escaped me. Not that I wasn’t a fan of “old time comedy”. I loved Laurel & Hardy more than life itself. I found Abbott & Costello hilarious. I laughed at the Marx Brothers and W.C. Fields. The Li’l Rascals, I adored. Buster Keaton and… Continue Reading CURLY V. SHEMP »