This is a battle between the forces of righteousness and the hordes of hell
I found him to be a dear, sweet generous, loving man, ... Gilligan's Island.
One thing I can say about Bob and the show is he entertained generations, and everybody approached us and him in particular with love and a smile
He baby-sat a nation
a dear, sweet generous, loving man.
It's just too hard to explain. You have nine seconds left on the clock, we know he's (Ryan Johnson) wanting to pass it and then he comes scrambling my way. I knew I had to get him and to come up with the play and hear the horn go off was just unbelievable.
Bob was a national treasure as far as I'm concerned.
There was love in what he did. There was kindness. There was no meanness in him.
It's like losing a brother. That's all I can tell you.
It's very sad, and a big loss to us for my wife and myself because we were very close to Bob and his wife ever since we first started working together back in 1964.
Really, we don't know what to make of it except that we're delighted about it. We have all these fans thirty years later and they're still around and will probably be around for a long time to come.
If any man be in Christ, he's a new preacher. The old things are passed away and all things become new.