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San Kim San Kim from Seoul wrote on January 14, 2021 at 4:01 am:
I love you, Lily! You are truly amazing. Sending lots of love from Seoul, Korea.
Rosalie Moulding Rosalie Moulding from CABLE BEACH wrote on January 12, 2021 at 11:05 am:
Sitting in 'iso' in Perth Australia watching Netflix post Xmas with sibs interstate post departure from world by parents. 'Not covid'. Loving your work with Grace and Frankie YOU ARE MAKING ME LAUGH till I cry. Thankyou for your gift.
Geffen J. Okin Geffen J. Okin from Cleveland wrote on January 9, 2021 at 2:29 am:
I've been following your comedy since I was young girl. You are awesome!
Carolina Carolina from Barcelona wrote on January 6, 2021 at 10:11 pm:
Congratulations for your carreer and how beautiful you are. Your smile tells the story of someone that loves what she does and that is loved to. My best wishes and thanks for so many laughs through Frankie. Love.
Alison Alison from Philadelphia wrote on January 6, 2021 at 2:17 am:
I have been bingeing Frankie and Grace while recovering from Covid. During this difficult time, you made me laugh and stopped me from doom scrolling Covid news stories. I am feeling much, much better and I wanted to thank you for being a source of joy when I most needed it.
Julia Kruse Julia Kruse from Vienna Austria wrote on January 5, 2021 at 9:08 pm:
Dear Lily, I am going through a very bad breakup that takes all my energy. Your series Grace and Frankie became my Company and it made me laugh and cry at the same time. I fell in love with both of you. You are such an incredible paar! I truly needed you. You became part of my healing and I can't thank you enough for that. The World needs more of this! All the best! Julia
Casey Slayton Casey Slayton wrote on January 5, 2021 at 5:52 am:
Dear Mrs.Tomlin, I grew up with your works from The Magic School Bus, that Inspired me to study science, to Grace and Frankie for letting me Embrace who I am. I hope you will continue to inspire others as you did me.
MR Helton MR Helton from Tennessee wrote on January 1, 2021 at 11:14 pm:
Hi. I always had a vague memory of you both at my great grandmothers house when I was a child but thought I was probably just crazy. It has now been confirmed that it was true and I'm not crazy (certifiable, anyway). I have always been fascinated with the two of you. Question about "aunt Dottie" (referred to on Grace and Frankie) and the names Grace and Frankie, were the names chosen on purpose or at random? -Dottie's grand-daughter
Laurie Goodner Laurie Goodner from Everett wrote on January 1, 2021 at 10:36 am:
Hi Lily I wanted to wish you and Jane a Happy New Year and I love you Both so much I have been a fan since I was a little girl I'm 50 now so I have loved you most my life sweetheart you are amazing you Both are 😘 I will continue to follow you ALWAYS God Bless ☺️☺️😍
sophie b sophie b from london wrote on December 31, 2020 at 1:22 am:
Dear Lily (and Jane), Hey! Long time viewer, first time guestbook writer. Big fan, as a lesbian and someone with eyes and a brain. Just wanted to say Lily I love your performance in Nashville, it struck me in an odd way I can't quite put my finger on. Love, Sophie
Gladys Lindsay Gladys Lindsay from Stranraer wrote on December 29, 2020 at 4:24 pm:
Hello from a freezing Galloway . I am staying warm and cosy with G&F. Episode when Frankie and Robert got high last night hilarious. Can you really buy gummies with cannabis in them!!! Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston are just lovely .Best wishes for 2021.Joe Biden has a lot to put right .Xx
LORI M. ORBAN LORI M. ORBAN from HOMER GLEN wrote on December 28, 2020 at 11:14 pm:
Ms. Tomlin & Ms. Wagner: THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! For creating such a wonderful movie depicting such an unreal time for women in history. My paternal Grandmother, Anna Kuzma Morgan, was a Radium Girl in Chicago. She was apparently one of the oldest living; and one of only 2 radium girls in the U.S. who did not suffer from cancer due to their work. There is history about how she was contacted long after this time regarding lastly health effects and a study that she participated in. I am so grateful to have a piece made about this period in history and know my family played a role, albeit minute. As an educator, the High School I work at did The Radium Girls play a few years ago. They honored my grandmother and touched me greatly. I am so grateful you chose to produce a project that portrays the strength of women in our history; even as they were treated so poorly. I have always been a fan of your work; and this is another example of why! Wishing you Blessings & Joy in the New Year!
BILL MICHAEL & BUDDY SYBERT BILL MICHAEL & BUDDY SYBERT from ELIZABETHTOWN, KY wrote on December 23, 2020 at 6:28 pm:
I just read on Wikipedia that Jane wrote "JT" the television production about a boy in Harlem. I NEVER KNEW THIS...!!! Jane is AWESOME...!!! I cried my eyes out over that show. It was perfect. A GREAT STORY.
Robert Fernandez & Mary Hickman Robert Fernandez & Mary Hickman from Lincoln, NE wrote on December 22, 2020 at 5:17 am:
We had a wonderful evening eating popcorn and watching FLIRTING WITH DISASTER, which I haven’t seen since I was a teenager. The movie is a gem—everyone is BRILLIANT. We especially admired your incredible wit, style, and cool. Yours sincerely (and with best wishes), Robert & Mary
Jason Larimore Jason Larimore from Louisville wrote on December 20, 2020 at 4:13 am:
Hello Beautiful! I kept thinking someday I would be able to say this in person, but.. time and circumstances may prevent that. So, I just wanted to tell you how much you’ve enriched my life through your comedy and art. Not only are you a strong woman but your sense of humor softens even the hardest of hearts. Thank you so much! I can’t wait to see the new season of Grace and Frankie! Cheers! Give my best to your lovely wife!
Richard C. Campbell Richard C. Campbell from Calgary, Alberta. Canada. wrote on December 19, 2020 at 11:42 pm:
I am writing this in hopes that Jane has the opportunity to read this message. Jane, I turned 50 this past week. Over the years, I’ve wanted to reach out to you many times. As a youth, I was raised by my mother and she was kind and loving and we spent many years hiding from an abusive past. At the age of 8, I landed in yet another school and felt very alone; I had already internalized that my life was different from those around me. And without happiness, I was no more than just a shell in a desk waiting to be we moved again. In hopes to be seen and accepted, I often created trouble around me. More often than not, my behavior resulted in isolation from the rest of the class. At one point, I was isolated in the Library and I was given a copy of ‘J.T.’. I need you to know that your character (J.T.) became one of my first real friends. Yours was the first story that I connected with and it was the first that I was able to be lost in. I remember being confused and lost in my own hurt and emotions when I thought of J.T. afterwards. It was as if he was real in my mind and I could feel his loneliness and fears. Anyways, I’ve read your story many times and it continues to bring me back to a world that I’ve repeatedly tried to hide from; for that reminder, I am grateful. J.T. will always be a friend of mine and when I read his story, even as an adult, I feel heartbroken and miss him and grieve ‘our’ childhoods’ lost. I have no other words that I can share with you, but I need to say ‘Thank you’ for sharing this story and for helping a young boy to feel safe in a world where he otherwise was not. With my most sincere gratitude, Richard Campbell
Art Smart Art Smart from Houston, TX wrote on December 19, 2020 at 2:44 pm:
Ernestine was my very favorite character on Laugh-In, which says an awful lot. Loved you in Prairie Home Companion. Right now, I'm watching you on the Tonight Show from 12/3/1975, Johnny Carson's season 14, episode 65. Very fond memories of all the laughs you've blessed us with. Hoping you are well. God bless!
Ana Riesemberg Ana Riesemberg from Curitiba wrote on December 15, 2020 at 6:53 pm:
My name is Ana, I'm Brazilian. I love you!! I identify a lot with Frankie. I admire people her age (Grace would hate to read this, she has problems with that) being still working. You are awesome !!! I can't wait to see the seventh season of Grace and Frankie, you and Jane Fonda together are amazing, I love Sam and Martin too. You four are awesome !! The series is a delight to watch, I’ve seen it 4 times every season, I’m right now watching season 6, episode 4. A big kiss, and may more successes come to amuse your fans.
Jim Fowler Jim Fowler from Vero Beach, Fl wrote on December 14, 2020 at 11:16 pm:
Hey Lily and Jane! Bravo on such brilliant careers. You are cutting edge trail blazer's. Thank you so much for all the laughs!
Chelsea Dueitt Chelsea Dueitt from Daphne, AL wrote on December 14, 2020 at 8:16 pm:
This year has been one of the toughest years I have had, both personally and professionally. I just want you to know how much the show Grace and Frankie has meant to me. It’s made me laugh and even cry at times. I can’t wait for the next season to come out! I’m so sad to hear that will be the last one. Please tell me you will go back on the road again soon so I can see you live!

 

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