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Pittsburgh's own, RIP.

Apparently, on the SmartLess podcast, the guest was Martin Short and Will Arnett brought this up and said he and Mitch Hurwitz (creator of Arrested Development) watched this scene about 1,000 times. He said it’s the funniest line read he’s ever seen. "Look at me like a human boy."

Charles Grodin was born in 1935.

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  • iacas changed the title to RIP Charles Grodin

I loved his character in Heaven Can Wait. He and Dianne Cannon were hilarious in that movie.

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