Late career revivals/renaissances

Was just thinking how good it is that the fonz has been in Arrested Development, Parks and Recreation and Barry all since reaching retirement age. Definitely some of his best work after a good few years in the wilderness (relatively)

Johnny Cash is a good example too. Who else?

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What team did he play for?

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As the man in black, he was mainly based at stockley park

@moderators please could you move this to social?. Oh wait - turns out I can do that myself. Neato.

I was wondering why most of the threads were about sport today.

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I keep a close watch on this VAR of mine.

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There are no moderators anymore so I’ve done it and now my post looks silly. I hope you’re happy.

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Should really be in Entertainment though…

well that makes two of us.

Lets hope we’re both better when we’re 75

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ooo yes.

What a ride

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I’m exhausted now. Can’t think of any examples for your thread either. Life, eh?

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actually listening to entertain by sleater kinney RIGHT NOW

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Keeping with Happy Days actors, Ted Danson in Fargo and The Good Place

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good shout. Curb too, which definitely counts.

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although… he wasn’t in happy days??

Thread’s going well, thanks for asking.

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Might move it to the announcements board. See what denovali’s got to say

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Oh fuck, got my Happy Days and my Cheers mixed up, how embarrassing

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he’s basically chachi

Danny DeVito in Always Sunny

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I suppose Director wise it’s Terrance Mallick

When I first became aware of him in the early 90s he was this Salinger like figure who’d made these 2 incredible films then vanished to Paris for decades

A few years later he’s that guy who makes loads of pretentious long films. Maybe he should have stayed in Paris :grinning: