The vast majority of the things I do on a daily basis merely require opposable thumbs. But the sarcasm..... now THAT'S a gift!
Dear Mr. Crichton:I loved you for your books, and I forgive you for ER.Rest in Peace,MonkeyGirl
I was always jealous of ER. The equiptment on the show was always the best and latest and it always worked.
nicely putI've never seen an RIP letter like this one.
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Wow, there's a surprise. RIP.
I didn't read his books, but I did like the movies. However, ER was good for the first few seasons back with George Clooney when mom wouldn't let me watch it because it was on too late and I should've been in bed.... Then it just got too crazy weird. Much like real life...
I also loved ER back in the day...
I wonder if he was as good a doctor as he was a writer. I loved his books. They usually slashed the books when they made the movies. I didn't read Jurassic Park, so I actually enjoyed the movie. Loved the books Congo, Sphere. We lost a great one there! We need more like him. He will be sorely missed!
I loved him for his books, until he resurrected the dead for money.
What did he die from?
he died from cancer if I read it correct. I agree we lost a good one.
It's strange to me, how a guy who could write such interesting plots but sucked so badly at characterization, could end up being associated with the television show that was entirely about characterization and hardly at all about plot. ER has made almost every cop it's ever featured into a buffoon, evil, or both. Dear Gawd, did a cop kick Chrichton's dog?
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