The Day the Clown Cried.
Of course, Im not surprised. The American people have never let me down.
It will be the greatest appropriations outlay for a disaster in the history of doing this.
Dean and Me: (A Love Story).
The danger for children today, honey, is the news. Keep them away from news on television and you're going to have very, very fine, natural children.
While the needs of 'my kids' are with us all year round, Hurricane Katrina is a national disaster on a scale that's difficult to comprehend.
It will take nothing less than a domestic Marshall Plan to rebuild our roads and utilities and homes and businesses.
I'm sitting there hearing him pick up my rhythm. And my beats, which are all mine, and a lot of people would love to have them, but it's tough, you either have them or you don't.
We're all getting diabetes from her cookies.
We're leaving the House to people who either were born with a silver spoon in their mouth ... or couldn't get better jobs in the first place.
I spent a half-million dollars just traveling, doing, trying [and] bringing doctors to me.
He said, 'Listen, can you wait an hour before you blow your head off?' I said, 'Yes.' .
Wouldn't that be nice if they did? Although, when you have a charity that's dealing with life and death today ... something that's really imminent, it's tough to tell other people what to do.
For the work I've done, I've been accused of being so selfless, but I have to correct that: I'm probably the most selfish man you'll ever meet in life, because no one gets the satisfaction or joy that I get in seeing kids realize there is hope.
And he's right on the money every time. And I'm hysterical laughing at this kid!
The Doc told me I had a dual personality. Then he lays an 82 dollar bill on me, so I give him 41 bucks and say, 'Get the other 41 bucks from the other guy.'.
When I sit back and think a little more rationally, I realize my life is half, so I must learn to do things halfway. I just have to learn to try to be good at being a half a person ... and get on with my life.
Every mans dream is to be able to sink into the arms of a woman without also falling into her hands.
A woman doing comedy doesn't offend me, but sets me back a bit, ... I, as a viewer, have trouble with it. I think of her as a producing machine that brings babies in the world.
[Finally, Jerry Lewis announced Thursday that his annual Labor Day Telethon benefiting the Muscular Dystrophy Association will also reach out and solicit funds for Katrina relief efforts.] While the needs of 'my kids' are with us all year round, Hurricane Katrina is a national disaster on a scale that's difficult to comprehend, ... We simply couldn't ignore the need to help. We already have the infrastructure in place.
I had a box of Kleenex and I'm bawling like a child and I'm not believing it, ... If I had the slightest chance of helping them a little, how do you not? ... These people are in trouble now.
I'm overjoyed we were able to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina and at the same time continue our 40-year tradition of helping my kids.