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    Default RIP Barney I will miss you!

    I just got to work and saw that Don Knox passed. The Andy Griffith show is my all time favorite. He was one of the funniest actors of all time. I will miss him.


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    I'll be the first to admit my eyes watered. Don Knotts was a good man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThNozzleman
    I'll be the first to admit my eyes watered. Don Knotts was a good man.
    My favorite Andy Griffith was when Barney dressed up as the bride to keep Ernest T. Bass from hijacking the wedding of the Darling girl.
    And any time Barney and Otis got into it was a funny episode.
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    Default oh oh

    For being one of my favorite I should learn how to spell his name.

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    Good, decent, clean humor. Imagine that.

    Another great one gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefReason
    Andy Griffith
    Ghost and Mr. Chicken.
    Shakiest Gun in the West.
    Damn; I'm going to miss him.
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    Don't forget Mr. Furley on Three's Company!

    Take a bow Don...

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    or the incredible mr limpet...

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    I enjoyed Don Knotts' comedic talents. Even now if I see a rerun of the Andy Griffith Show I will watch. He was great.

    Lots of great talent being lost lately.
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    Rest in Peace .................he was one of the truly greats .............

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    It's been a great ride that he's taken us on. We'll miss you Barney!

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    Don Knotts
    Darren McGaven
    Dennis Weaver

    Three great actors who will live on in TV and film history.
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    I had yet to hear about Don. He was a great actor/humorist. I remember also some episodes of him in Red Skelton's show as well. One of the best for sure.

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    Default Nip it in the bud...

    that's what we need some bud nippin'
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