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Eliott Mendelson Eliott Mendelson from La Quinta wrote on May 4, 2016 at 1:06 am:
Lily... Two years ago we met at a luncheon for a famous theatrical photographer in Palm Springs. As a result of that meeting you sent my partner a signed photograph of yourself with a very nice comment. Unfortunately I was unable to send you an email thanking you for the photo. This is so cherished by him that we had it framed and now it resides in a place he can see it very day. I would like to share with you a photograph of what we have done but have no way of submitting it to you. If possible, please send me an email address to which I can forward the image. Best regards, eliott
Karen Hawkins Karen Hawkins from Leicester wrote on April 28, 2016 at 5:59 pm:
I loved Lily Tomlin's Character Ernestine. I have just finished sculpting an 18 inch version of Ernestine at her switchboard for the Diamond Award of Excellence sponsored by Jones Publishing. I would love to share the picture of my sculpture for your guestbook if I only new how.
Debbie Dart Debbie Dart from Surprise wrote on April 25, 2016 at 5:19 am:
Will you be appearing in Arizona? My wife and I saw you in Colorado years ago. She passed away 4 years ago. I just started to go back to going to shows and concerts. Would love to see you.
Tressa Bryan Tressa Bryan from Amelia Island wrote on April 25, 2016 at 2:45 am:
Just wanted to say I love "Grace and Frankie." Watching it right now. It just makes me happy. In an age of so much bad TV, your show is a breath of fresh air. I can't wait until May 6!
Ann Ann from Denver wrote on April 24, 2016 at 7:48 pm:
Loved your show last night in Denver! I don't know if the audience was composed of people who were just too old and tired to stand up or maybe too stoned to respond quickly or just plain lazy to get up off their fat asses but I was embarrassed by the mediocre crowd response to your brilliant material. Thanks for the great show, for being so honest, working so hard and being so wide open. Your performance was amazing especially considering the aerobic workout of your act combined with the oxygen thin air of the Mile High City. I hope you'll not cross Denver permanently off your list! You are fabulous!!! xoxo
Kathy Haake Kathy Haake from Englewood, Colorado wrote on April 22, 2016 at 10:07 pm:
I am with a newly formed group of lesbians that are a political discussion group. We are huge fans of yours. You will be in Denver on Saturday the 23rd. We of course will be there. We would love if you are free on Sunday to come join us in our discussion. We will be at 1390 Williams St in Denver in Capital Hill at the Tears-McFarlane Community House. We love you!
Katherine Katherine from Melbourne, Australia wrote on April 20, 2016 at 9:05 am:
I was a fan of both your's and Carol Burnett when I was a kid. Due to being inspired by people such as yourself I have been writing comic musicals for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Recently, I have written a more serious musical work about elephant conservation called _Heard of Elephants_. I then find you have done much to raise awareness of the need to preserve this species! This is so cool! Thank you!
Diana Diana from San Diego wrote on April 18, 2016 at 5:58 pm:
LOVED you in San Diego April 16! Laughed so hard I was hoarse the next day ... you ARE a treasure and a wry observer of the human condition. Thanks to you and to Jane - and CONGRATULATIONS on your partnership - we are at year 37 🙂 🙂
Ken Ken from Friday Harbor wrote on April 18, 2016 at 3:33 am:
Lily, I love your Sea World Operator clip. Love what you have done for our whales. If you ever want to come up to San Juan Islands I would be happy to take you and your family out on a whale watching tour and it would be my treat. Blessings!!!
John Hinsen John Hinsen from Missouri wrote on April 17, 2016 at 8:58 pm:
Hello I Miss Tomlin I am disabled can you help me ? Idon't put out there forevery one to read Thank-yopu J.Hinsen
Lisa Smith Lisa Smith wrote on April 16, 2016 at 6:08 pm:
Where can I find the clip of Edith Ann calling to her friend Jennifer?
Sharon Sykes Sharon Sykes from Detroit wrote on April 10, 2016 at 4:56 am:
Much love to you both from Ms. Tomlin's hometown of downtown Motown! I'm a veteran who has been a fan of both of you for the better part of my 56 years on this planet. Any chance of seeing Ms. Tomlin in a future Detroit appearance?
Karyl Miller Karyl Miller from San Diego wrote on April 9, 2016 at 6:23 pm:
Coming 2 c u April 16 in San Diego. Hoping 2 c u after the show!
Holly Belt Holly Belt from Delton, MI wrote on April 8, 2016 at 5:32 pm:
Thank you! You are so funny and I love watching your Netflix show!!! Love Frankie! The chemistry between you and Jane is wonderful too! Like 9to5 but better! Cannot wait for season 2. Would love to see you Live...come to Michigan! : ) Keep up that laughter!
Norman "Buzz "Steussy Norman "Buzz "Steussy from Palm Springs wrote on March 31, 2016 at 6:20 am:
I am simply beside myself. I have adored Lily's character Ernestine for nearly 40 years or more! I have only seen the two of you live at a book signing in Seattle years ago. This week my dream comes true to finally see Lily perform live at the McCallum. Is there such a thing as a meet and greet before or after your performance? I would love nothing more than to meet the two of you personally. I'm going to be there with best friend Robert Roach. If this possible, you'd make this guy very happy! Thanks so much! I hope to meet both of you! Xoxo
Lois Felice Lois Felice from Los Angeles, CA wrote on March 30, 2016 at 10:10 pm:
I saw 'J.T.' only once, as a 9-year-old child, on its original afternoon telecast in California in 1969. Lonely, introverted, facially deformed, and better befriended by the neighborhood cats than the neighborhood kids, I made it a point to tune in. What unfolded was riveting. The profound and achingly poignant story of the boy J.T. and his cat left such an imprint on me that to this day -- 47 years later -- I still remember the film and am overcome to tears. Writer Jane Wagner deserved every amoeba of the Peabody Award she won for that brilliant, unforgettable story. She has the gift to depict love and create inspiration, and has used her gift so marvelously. A big cheer from L.A. 90027 to Jane Wagner!
James Devine James Devine from Rahway, NJ wrote on March 30, 2016 at 5:41 am:
You have entertained me my whole life, from Laugh-In to West Wing to your show in Rahway (when I had the honor of suggesting a place to take Reno for drinks). I am watching Netflix now! I would love to talk to you, interview you and learn about your views on life. If you ever have time, or come back to the NJ area, I am at your disposal. Jim Devine 732-340-1980 devine@usa.net You are incredible! Thank you, so much.
joe joe from Palm Springs wrote on March 28, 2016 at 12:49 am:
You are simply THE BEST!
mbt skor höör rea mbt skor höör rea from mbt skor höör rea wrote on March 25, 2016 at 6:17 pm:
You are a very clever person!
Jane Salmon Jane Salmon from Sydney Australia wrote on March 24, 2016 at 11:37 pm:
Saw Grandma last night. So moved. Very glad you made it. First relatable film I've seen in my 56 years. Your character reminded me of very special people in my life snd of the feminist fight that needs to continue. Deepest thanks.

 

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