I was sorry to hear about the passing of Jerry Lewis. In the 50’s and early 60's, we little kids waited for the next Jerry Lewis movie like nerds today wait for the next Star Wars movie
I feel like a bit of my childhood died with Jerry Lewis. And I’m not ready to let my childhood – or Jerry – go!
“Good Mohrrning, Bwandon!"
“Dad, why are you talking so funny?”
“Tawking funny? I’m not tawking funny! WooOOAAAHH!"
“Are you trying to talk like Jerry Lewis?”
“You’re eating fweezer waffles, Bwandon? The fweezer waffles are good because the goodness is in the waffles, and there’s no badness with the goodness…”
“You are trying to talk like Jerry Lewis.”
“I miss Jerry. I have to keep him alive.”
“But wasn’t he kind of an obnoxious jerk?”
“Yes, but he was my obnoxious jerk! Oh, LayDEEEESSS!!!”
“I don’t even like his movies that much.”
“Brandon, the Nutty Professor is a classic! Actually Miss Purdy… Mr. Buddy Love … I’ll pay attentshun! I’ll pay attentshun!”
"This is terrible! How am I going to get you out of this?”
“Bwandon, let’s do the Jerry Lewis Memory Test!”
“Oh no, you’ve been boring me with that since I was four.”
“One hen. One hen, two ducks. One hen, two ducks, three squawking geese … c'mon, do it with me!”
“Dad, cut it out! We’ve got a lot of problems in the world, with our terrible president, North Korean nuclear threat, and hurricanes bashing Florida.”
“You’re right, Brandon. It’s time to get serious …”’
“Good, Dad, good.”
“About my kids! When you walk through a storm, keep your head up high …”
“Hell, I don’t know which of the two Jerrys is worse!”
Thank you, Jerry Lewis, the King of Comedy, for all the laughs all my life.