Alan Sues. The guy from "Laugh-In" was Alan Sues. It wasn't difficult to type his name, you know.
What's a nance?
Did you even read the article, R2, you ponce.
[quote]What's a nance?
It's Nathan Lane's new autobiographical one-man play currently at the LYceum Theater on Broadway.
Once upon a time I had sex with Douglas Carter Beane. Seriously. (sweet guy, decent lay).
Franklin Pangbourne's performance in "The Bank Dick" starring WC Fields is so classic. As a matter of fact it's the funniest film I've ever seen.
Written and directed by A. Pismo Clam Field's nom de plume.
Get it...thank me later!
What an inane article. Was there supposed to be a point to it beyond the name dropping?
Ross the Intern, Antoine Dodson and Chris Crocker.
The Year 2013
Scratch out Antoine Dodson and replace him with the black queen from Top Model.
I think that article did a good job of calling out the actors on Modern Family and The New Normal as being out-dated nances without overtly doing do.
The Nance is NOT a one-man play
Yeah, that article was useless and just rambled. Nothing but name dropping and pointless.
Franklin Pangbourne was the go-to nance of the early sound era in Hollywood. I guess Edward Everett Horton would count too. Astaire-Rogers musicals always employed at least two.