Then Robert Goulet earlier this week. I really don't know all that much about The Ol' Moustache himself, but what I do know, and probably most of what the rest of this generation knows about Bob, is this. Here is one more.
Ferrell must be a huge fan to do such an impression of Mr. Goulet...because as we all know, imitation is the biggest form of flattery. His Goulet almost seems like a pre-cursor and a test run on his future hit character Ron Burgandy in the movie Anchorman. ...Or it could be simply that Ferrell (and Goulet, unbeknownst to the rest of the world) is actually just a big fan of the '70s porn 'stache. Either way, we're ALL a fan of something Goulet-esque.
You might recognize Goulet from his appearances in Naked Gun 2 1/2, Beetlejuice and on The Simpsons. Anyways, I'm not going to pretend enough to even try to write even a bit about Robert Goulet, so I'll let you learn on your own through extensive research. Remember when we all use to do that? We didn't just click on a link, a picture, or something else and it told us immediately what we were looking for (I always just asked the librarian instead...). However, I won't completely hinder you from learning something, so I'm adding one additional step to the process: an extra click, from Saints Don't Bother to here...and here....here too...oh yeah, and here (click on EN TV)...
Rest in Peace, Mr. Goulet.
Also of note, not of musical or entertainment, but one of culture and history- one that has shaped our country, and the rest of the world as we know it today:
Brig. Gen. Paul Tibbetts died today. He was 92! If you don't know who he is, go back to middle school and study US History, and then come back and talk to me.
I'll give you a few hints:
Thank you for your service and dedication to OUR country. Rest in Peace, Brig. Gen. Tibbets.