Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

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Ebert here reminds me a lot of my late Grandma Jean. Random, but true.

Peek behind the curtain to Siskel and Ebert and the Movies circa 1987! Thanks to this outtake collection, we see Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel get on each other's nerves, insult each other, swear, crack each other up, and more:

"Try [to be] a little excited, Gene." "Sounds less excited, Roger."

"Did you know that for Gene, speech is a second language?" "Roger's first language is, 'Yes I'll have apple pie with my order!'"
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