Rolling Stone film and TV critic Peter Travers reacts to death of comedy icon Carl Re

Peter Travers looks back on the life of comedy genius Carl Reiner, who died Monday at 98 years old.
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Transcript for Rolling Stone film and TV critic Peter Travers reacts to death of comedy icon Carl Re
Hi everybody I'm Peter Travers of popcorn and I want to take a minute here today to just talking about Carl Reiner you know hearing that. This legendary comic writer director or an actor died at 98 really shock me. Because. Some. Guys is funny is a writer or for a Reiner did TV it's certainly create a dyke show in movie that Russian army to ocean's eleven the whole seniors also wrote directed movie ever remember that sure let's eat Martan. And oh god that you are. A year out of me in other people look. It was like no better. Straight man in the is. At gulfstream Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks and a thousand year old man comedy. Writer would ask roads. They deal Carter's he had shoulder. Yes I have over 15100 children and the ever constant busy. Alliance funny but rioters spit take reaction is priced. Karl's son Rob Reiner one's whole media is modern melted or she's an out right the ninety's or with the S. Rob good shape Mel pummeled the house most nights at its and then watch Indy until the two of them fell asleep next week or. They wake up eight started again with jokes and comedy had a right. That was Carl Reiner was comic master and a mess or Mitch. Good way to rent and hope we won't.

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