Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Hurricane Katrina

Please keep the people affected by Hurricane Katrina in your thoughts and prayers.

It's what Jack would do.

Sunday, August 28, 2005

Thank You, Greg

We would like to thank Greg at Delenda Est Carthago for linking to us without us having to bribe him for the privilege.

We agree that women should not be allowed to vote, and hope someone sends him plenty of steak and bourboun.

Also, Quincy is available on DVD. Please purchase it and watch it, if only to catch Klugman in his prime.

Saturday, August 27, 2005

In Praise of Pip

In a different, better world, Jack Klugman would have played Dr. Smith on Lost in Space.

Friday, August 26, 2005

Church Endorsement

This blog heartily endorses Blog THIS, Pal!, but we are unsure why we are doing so.

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

To Help Ease Your Confusion

As a public service, we are posting the following:

This is Jack Klugman, actor, spokesperson, and main subject of this blog.

This is Norman Fell, who not only played Mr. Roper on Three's Company, but also had the Jack Klugman role in Ocean's Eleven.

There's often quite a bit of confusion about these two actors (which is natural, since both were born in Philadelphia), and we hope this post has helped those who were still confused.

For more information, please e-mail us at

Thank you for your support.

Link To Us!

If you would like to link to us, please do - please e-mail us if you would like us to reciprocate.

Help us spread the word, as well as meet hot women.

More wisdom to come.

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Profound Truth

Even though the Great Klugman made a guest appearance on Crossing Jordan, it does not even make it worthy. (However, Jill Hennessy is still rather yummy)

Quincy absolutely rocks!

Monday, August 22, 2005


The Church of Klugman heartily endorses Zombie Tom and, for equal time, Zombie Killer.

Jack Klugman has never appeared in a zombie movie, and does not want his brains eaten.

Sunday, August 21, 2005

Jack's Greatest Performance

For those who are true believers, we encourage you to order and view Scene Smoking, which is Mr. Klugman's greatest performance.

Well, that and "A Passage for Trumpet".

Saturday, August 20, 2005

Welcome To The Church of Klugman

In this troubled time - a time of popes, of couch-jumping Scientologists, and of unrest, the world is crying out for a spiritual renewal.

It is in that spirit that we have created the 21st Century church - the Church of Klugman.

Why Jack Klugman, you ask? For several reasons:
  • He has made us laugh (in The Odd Couple);
  • He has made us think (in Quincy)
  • He has appeared in the most number of Twilight Zone episodes, alongside Burgess Meredith;
  • Ain't no way we're doing a "Church of Meredith"
So welcome, take your shoes off, and let us begin to worship the man, the myth, the legend that is...Jack Klugman.