Carl Reiner, a sketch from the 1950s, and a quest that lasted the better part of a century. Also, 7 other things worth your time.
Carl Reiner, the comedian, actor, writer and director, who might have been best known for creating The Dick Van Dyke Show in the 1960s but had about a zillion other credits to his name including the Mark Twain Award in 2000, died Monday night at age 98.
I was probably going to mention his passing in the “7 other things” section, but then I came across a …
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