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Deborah Ferguson-Fitch Deborah Ferguson-Fitch from San Francisco wrote on May 13, 2016 at 9:15 pm:
Cannot thank you and Jane for the gift that is "Grace and Frankie". Just finished watching Season 2 and I loved every episode. With a belly full of laughter and gratitude - Deborah
Andrea Magalhaes Andrea Magalhaes from boca raton wrote on May 13, 2016 at 6:57 pm:
you reach into my heart and pull the right strings, i just want to jump into that painting class for convicts that i havent seen, but i have heard of. make a wish mittens, i wished i could meet you
Andrea Magalhaes Andrea Magalhaes from boca raton wrote on May 13, 2016 at 6:51 pm:
my heart jumps to frankie t times like when youre building the sand castle, and that is how she copes with the emotional baggage that came with sleeping with saul again, but she claims at the end to know its over bcuz she knows and has accepted it
Victoria Bowman Victoria Bowman from Grand Rapids wrote on May 13, 2016 at 5:39 pm:
I love you, Lily. But, I am at odds with your choice for POTUS. Bernice Sanders has a long history of supporting humanitarian causes and saving our planet for future generations. HRC stated war is "a business opportunity." NO one in gmher family will be coming home in a box. Please do the right thing, and move to the true left, support Sanders as our 45th president.
David Ingles David Ingles from Tulsa, OK wrote on May 13, 2016 at 10:50 am:
Hey, Lily! So sorry about your laryngitis. Take care of you; and your Okie fans will see you in June. I'm so enjoying watching you on Netflix. XO
AnneMarie AnneMarie from Highlands wrote on May 13, 2016 at 9:03 am:
I absolutly love your style, humor and sincerity. Your brillient authentic and inspiring. Thank you for making me laugh. I love your professional persona!!
david david from barre wrote on May 12, 2016 at 5:19 pm:
Ms Tomlin, Please listen to this and the channel, there are only but a few offerings to the world before I go. this is the first time I have spoke out loud even to my wife. Please dear person Please!!! I LOVE YOU ALL https://youtu.be/lovFcBGQ400
Belinda Walker Roccaforte Belinda Walker Roccaforte from Houston wrote on May 12, 2016 at 4:13 am:
Not only a big fan always but a look-a-like as well. I have been told I look like you since I was 15 and it just happened again last month at my age of 55 now. I consider this a great compliment as I love your smile so I must love mine as well. We smile all the way to our eyes. Can't wait to see the new movie. Keep up the great work.
Dan Dan from New York wrote on May 12, 2016 at 1:38 am:
Dear Lily, I just finished season 2 of Grace & Frankie. You are awesome. So is Jane. I hope someone makes you laugh as much as you make me laugh.
Pilar Pilar from Palm Springs wrote on May 11, 2016 at 8:42 pm:
Hello Ms. Tomlin, Well, I see I am not alone in my love for Frankie. That's great! Congratulations on a truly wonderful series! I just wanted to say "Thank You" for sharing your talent in this role. Touching. Inspirational. The look in your eyes at the poignant times. And of course, so funny. I have given myself permission to watch it over and over! We remodeled a home here in Palm Springs for a Client (we have an architecture and interior design firm) that is next door to your former "Lily Pad". Well, I hope you come to the desert sometime to perform or just to enjoy! Best and Warmly, Pilar
Nichole Thompson Nichole Thompson from Vancouver WA wrote on May 10, 2016 at 4:06 am:
I love you so much. Thank you for making me laugh. You are so damn funny. I'm glad you're here.
Tina Knobel Tina Knobel from Cortland wrote on May 10, 2016 at 3:12 am:
I love your Netflix series Grace and Frankie! thank you, and i cant wait for more. I have been really depressed and this ( a few other things) has saved me. thank you thank you thank you!
Erin O'Donnell Erin O'Donnell from Gahanna wrote on May 9, 2016 at 11:36 pm:
Ms Tomlin, thank you for making Grace and Frankie. As a recovering conservative, Evangelical Christian, I have been searching for an understanding of being a woman. For 30 years I told what one was. I never met that standard, and felt like a failure. I looked into your works as direct "rebellion" of the position the religion took about you. I thought, if they were so opposed to you, you must be pretty powerful. 🙂 I reached for anything they were against, as a way of finding my own thoughts and feelings. Your production of the show and your portrayal of Frankie is so inspiring to me. I watch to learn. I loved Season 1, and couldn't wait for Season 2. I just finished my binge on it. 🙂 I've never binged on any show until Grace and Frankie. I simply wanted to express my gratitude for what you're doing in making the show. It's helping me find myself and learn how to be my own woman. Thank you. Erin O'Donnell, www.TheFemDichot.com
Angie williams Angie williams from Dubai UAE wrote on May 9, 2016 at 5:55 pm:
Just watched episode 1 of Grace and Frankie. Very funny. Just loved your clothes and necklace. Please please can you tell me the supplier. Thanks
Anne DeGroff Anne DeGroff from Amsterdam, NY wrote on May 9, 2016 at 1:03 pm:
Lily, I have a soon to be 59 year old daughter who absolutely adores you. She is such a fan of Grace and Frankie. She said yesterday, and I quote< "I would just to hang out with her". In June of 2017 she will turn 60. I would love to do something fantastic for her like meeting you...or at least, have a signed picture. She is such an unselfish person...always thinking of others before herself. What can we do for June 12, 2017? Thank you.
Margie Margie from Downey wrote on May 9, 2016 at 4:47 am:
Thank you For the laughs on Grace and Frankie, I hope you continue for many years to come. I loved your passed movies as well. Keep up the great work!
Todd Sherry Todd Sherry from Los Angeles wrote on May 9, 2016 at 2:43 am:
Lily! We met through my bestie, Jo Anne Worley. And we had lunch together at The Magic Castle... I wanted to get a message to you to tell you that your work on GRACE & FRANKIE, season 2 is devastatingly DELICIOUS. XOXO Todd
Priya Priya from San Francisco wrote on May 9, 2016 at 1:47 am:
Thank you for all the work that you are doing! You are awesome and inspiring!!
Lisa Lisa from Rosthern wrote on May 9, 2016 at 12:32 am:
Thank you, Lily for bringing Frankie into my life. I can't tell you how much I get her!
Ray Kampf Ray Kampf from Glendale wrote on May 9, 2016 at 12:21 am:
Last night my fiancé watched the opening episodes of Grace and Frankie, season 2. When Frankie married Robert and Saul, I turned to my fiancé and said, "That's the ceremony I want. Short sweet to the point. And it's what we need if we're gonna pull off this plan." Then I quickly added, "And how great would it be to have Lily Thomlin marry us?" My fiancé Matt agreed. So would you marry us? Our wedding is July 9....at sunset ....a top a parking garage in Glendale CA. And it's a flash mob wedding. The authorities don't know about. We - meaning 60 of our friends- are just showing up to witness our nuptials. I think Frankie would approve. And although I call him my fiancé, Matt is really my husband. Two years ago, on the same date, Matt and I were officially wed at the LA courthouse because a week later we were traveling abroad and wanted to be legal in case something happened overseas. Of course this was done in secret as our friends would be upset were they not at our wedding so this ceremony in July is really for them and to celebrate their friendship. So you don't even need to be really ordained, just a superb actress pretending to marry us. Which you are. After the flash mob we are taking our guests to see a movie (Pixar’s Finding Dory) and then to a board game parlor. You and Jane would have a blast with all us Bears. (A great deal of the wedding guests are gay hairy big men) Oh I know it's a long shot, but lots of things are. I never thought I'd find love- but I did. I never thought two men could legally marry, but we can. I figured the odds might be in my favor that you'd say yes. Either way, Frankie/Lily's spirit will be in attendance.

 

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