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Watch Harold Ramis Talk About Being Dead in This Classic Lost SCTV Skit [VIDEO]

We lost an amazing talent today with the passing of Harold Ramis. I was first exposed to Harold’s brilliance as a teenager, watching rerun-from-Canada episodes of SCTV late nights on Saturday nights after SNL on Channel 11, (then called WTCN).

One of his recurring characters was Moe Greene, Chiropractor who’s hilarious PSA’s during the news with Eugene Levy and Joe Flaherty were a dryly delivered comedic treat.

I ran across this and shivered a bit. I got a little misty-eyed looking through his massive body of work. But I feel that Harold would want us to celebrate the absurd and laugh together today in place of that sorrow.

 

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