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Eden Eden from New York wrote on June 11, 2016 at 10:12 pm:
You are tremendous!!! You are hilarious, smart and so very talented. Please keep being you!!!
Tomas Salter Schumacher Tomas Salter Schumacher from Chicago wrote on June 11, 2016 at 2:38 pm:
Lily; i just finished watching the most recent season of Grace & Frankie. I have to tell you how profoundly it affected me. Such incredible truth in a story told with humor, even in the midst of chaos and struggle. Thank you for depicting Frankie with such warmth, realism and delicacy. Having lived in a household with such intense struggle (1970s style), I was brought to tears more than once by moments that I empathize with all too well. You're a force of nature, and a gift to all of us. Love to you and Jane from Chicago.
Anne Taylor Anne Taylor from Longmont wrote on June 9, 2016 at 9:50 pm:
Hi Lilly, just finished watching Grace and Frankie - season2 and loved it! So funny and also so many important life issues are highlighted. Look forward to season 3!
Theresa B Theresa B from Redlands wrote on June 8, 2016 at 11:45 pm:
What a wonderful series I can so relate to several of the issues and jokes made. I first saw season 1 last year when recuperating from knee surgery and thought I really enjoyed it because of the pain meds I was on. I just binged watched season 2 and was laughing hysterically I can't wait for more. Thank you!
Kathy Kathy from Aurora, CO wrote on June 8, 2016 at 5:17 pm:
Lily -- Of course my husband and I grew up watching Laugh-In. Yesterday I noticed that he was watching West Wing on his computer for the thousandth time. I was on Netflix finishing Season Two of Grace and Frankie (why isn't it "Frankie and Grace," btw? -- you should speak to someone about that), AND our fourth-grader was watching Magic School Bus on the DVD player. Obviously as a family we're putting in a lot of screen time, but to be surrounded by you was a delightful convergence. We love your work. Love and hugs from the Carpenters in Colorado.
Sallie Hunt Sallie Hunt from El Paso wrote on June 8, 2016 at 4:12 am:
Thank you for your wonderful character of Frankie and for your incredible and delightful ability to entertain. You have added so much joy to my life over the years. Looking forward to Season 3!
Victor Koman, PhD Victor Koman, PhD from SoCal wrote on June 8, 2016 at 1:09 am:
Thank you, Lily & Jane, for nearly 50 years of laughs & tears. Fell in love with Laugh-In and you immediately, even though it replaced The Man From U.N.C.L.E.(!) You were great in Nashville & all films since. Saw Appearing Nightly in '77. All your characters bring me joy every time I see them. Just got Netflix, so Grace & Frankie binge to follow!
Suzanne Cox Suzanne Cox from Denham Springs wrote on June 6, 2016 at 10:49 pm:
Grace & Frankie, awesome times infinity! Fucking great!
Sarah Bryan Sarah Bryan from Tulsa wrote on June 6, 2016 at 4:31 am:
Hi Lily, I am so looking forward to seeing you this Saturday at the Broken Arrow PAC, I am so excited that I am going to see you in person. I really enjoy all your work and I am totally addicted to Grace and Frankie. The whole cast is so purrfect, loving the addition of Sam Elliott and Frankie's relationship with Jacob, love it, can't wait to see how the relationships between Grace and Phil, and Frankie and Jacob unfold, so cute. Thank you for taking the time to come to the Broken Arrow PAC!! I hope you all the best in everything you and Jane Wagner do, keep up the great work. XOXO!!
Sandy Clark Sandy Clark from MESA wrote on June 6, 2016 at 2:40 am:
Lilly, I have watched you most of my life and you always make me laugh. The new Netflix series of Grace and Frankie is the best work I've seen in years!! I love you and Jane Fonda together, and the show brings out so many issues for us older women. Thanks to both of you for your dedicated work. Sandy
melissa gillespie melissa gillespie from Fort Worth wrote on June 6, 2016 at 1:44 am:
I just watched the last episode of season 2 of " Grace and Frankie", what a delightful hoot!!! I'm now 62 and I'm saying "Thank You" for the best new series about REAL women! Love, affairs, friendship, death, Palm Oil!!!! Thank you!!!
Janice Bondar Janice Bondar from Seattle wrote on June 6, 2016 at 12:00 am:
Great Lakes gal here with an original Modern Scream LP I sure would love to have autographed someday! When or when or how might I go somewhere to have this done? Fret over mailing (and possibly losing) it - so, in person would be terrific!!!!
Patricia Sargent/Karen Ryer Patricia Sargent/Karen Ryer from Sebatopol CA wrote on June 5, 2016 at 5:49 pm:
Fabulous show in Santa Rosa. Packed audience. Where do you get all the energy. Hope to see you again SOON!!
mary zaft mary zaft from rohnert park wrote on June 5, 2016 at 7:25 am:
I just returned from your show in santa rosa. You give so much energy in your performance. You gave much laughter to me and my family. I thank you for the kindness and appreciation you showed us and our town.
PAtricia McCarthy PAtricia McCarthy from SEbastopol, CA wrote on June 5, 2016 at 6:46 am:
I left the Santa Rosa show tonight feeling delighted. You are a treasure and great showman. Thank you for your humor and dignity.
Mindy Feldman Mindy Feldman from Santa Rosa wrote on June 5, 2016 at 6:26 am:
I arrived home a bit ago after spending two amazing hours of my life witnessing one of the greatest, intelligent, and in touch comedians of this life do what she does best... Tell stories, be witty, and win over the hearts of the people at the LBC theater in Santa Rosa, California. I am awestruck and only that much more in love with the wondrous mind and soul that is Lily Tomlin. Thank you for filling my 48 years on the planet with so much thought and laughter! I'm forever grateful for the time you spent with us all tonight (6/4/16)! Thank you for sharing your art and your heart! Big love!
Gail Banfield Gail Banfield from Ithaca ny wrote on June 5, 2016 at 5:01 am:
Hi Ms Lilly Tomlin, I enjoy your work very much. At the moment i am enjoying Grace and Frankie. I just wanted to thank you for making me laugh through out the years.
Stephanie St Clair Stephanie St Clair from Annapolis wrote on June 5, 2016 at 3:20 am:
I happened to see Jane Fonda on the Ellen Degeneres (sp?) show last week and she was talking about Grace and Frankie. So, I thought I'd give it a try. I had a huge "to do" list for this weekend, but I can't stop watching! Every single episode either makes me bust out laughing or cry, or both. You have still got it, lady! You are so fucking funny! When I was a kid, my sister and I used to listen to one of your stand up routines on LP. We played that record over and over. And, as a mom, I'd just like to say "thank you" for playing Ms. Frizzle on The Magic School Bus. My boys and I love that cartoon. You are awesome!
Danny Snyder Danny Snyder from Sacramento wrote on June 4, 2016 at 7:23 pm:
Hi Lilly! I am in such awe of you as a woman and performer. I have been studying comedy for about 10 years now. I even went to comedy school in Toronto Canada. I'd really love to come see your show or be able to connect with you better one on one about comedy and the business I have been trying to get into.. It's really hard to get gigs! Thanks! I hope to at least if nothing be able to get a email address or postal address where I can discuss my comedy more with you! Love you always! Danny
Eve Rice Eve Rice from Winnipeg wrote on June 4, 2016 at 5:04 pm:
Hi there Lily! I remember "almost" meeting you in Winnipeg with some other performers I've worked with and it didn't work out.. damn! You and Jane are phenomenal on Grace and Frankie. PLEASE come to Winnipeg on some down time (the spring, before mosquitoes) - I know a "slew" (not a stew) of people want to see you speak or act or whatever the hell you want... and then go for a fabulous dinner and go home. OK over and out Ernestine - you're the greatest. Eve Rice

 

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