Peterson and Clavin: An Appreciation Blog

Where every day is Wendt's Day!


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Making your way in the world today takes everything you’ve got. Taking a break from all your worries, sure would help a lot. Wouldn’t you like to get away? Where everybody knows your name…

Making your way in the world today takes everything you’ve got.

Taking a break from all your worries, sure would help a lot.

Wouldn’t you like to get away?

Where everybody knows your name…

(Source: thatcoldmask, via thekrug)

mjpopc:

20-12-2010 - Actor George Wendt, who was featured in the ‘Black or White’ video playing Macaulay Culkin’s dad, recently gave an interview to Broadway.com where he talked a little about his memories of working with Michael Jackson.
"It was fun. It was like any other movie shoot, in a way, with beastly hours. Michael Jackson was onboard and he was a very energetic and fun guy. He was totally cool and surprisingly very approachable and seemed like a regular guy. Have you ever seen Fred Armisen’s parody of Prince on Saturday Night Live where he always whispers to Beyonce? I kind of thought he’d be like that, but he would say ‘Hey, how are you,’ [he would] give big hugs and stand with his arm around with you, shooting the shit."

mjpopc:

20-12-2010 - Actor George Wendt, who was featured in the ‘Black or White’ video playing Macaulay Culkin’s dad, recently gave an interview to Broadway.com where he talked a little about his memories of working with Michael Jackson.

"It was fun. It was like any other movie shoot, in a way, with beastly hours. Michael Jackson was onboard and he was a very energetic and fun guy. He was totally cool and surprisingly very approachable and seemed like a regular guy. Have you ever seen Fred Armisen’s parody of Prince on Saturday Night Live where he always whispers to Beyonce? I kind of thought he’d be like that, but he would say ‘Hey, how are you,’ [he would] give big hugs and stand with his arm around with you, shooting the shit."

bobbyfinger:

Boy George Wendt
Morgan Cline’s marker art continues to impress.

The difference between, “Boy, George…” and “Boy George…”

bobbyfinger:

Boy George Wendt

Morgan Cline’s marker art continues to impress.

The difference between, “Boy, George…” and “Boy George…”

profkeenbeanburrito:

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS when my roommate comes home with 2000 Lisa Frank stickers and a headshot of George Wendt

I mean, how could you not?

profkeenbeanburrito:

THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS when my roommate comes home with 2000 Lisa Frank stickers and a headshot of George Wendt

I mean, how could you not?

You want something, you have to go for it. If I didn’t believe that, I’d still be sitting way over there by the piano.

—Norm Peterson