that is so sad.. I was going to tell of this footy show here in Aussie, that awards a Gary Coleman medal @ week for the most angry minute in a game. <br />
I did enjoy his show and the character he played...R.I.P Gary.

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Seeing him as the mischievous guy with the huge smile on the tv show. Sad that this happened. His life took many wrong turns as did others in this cast. Makes a person wonder about getting fame at such a young age and not having good people to look out for them. He joins so many other young famous people now who had their lives cut short with accidents and self destruction. Very sad.

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Whatchoo talkin' bout, Willis?

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His smile

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mine was that he never grow but he was still speal to me and i got to meet him when i was on tour years ago

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His Arnold Jackson Character catch phase, "What choo talkin' bout, Willis?"

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That "sassy" Arnold character...made an impression.

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I like the one where he got bit by that dog and was going to have to get shoots in his stomach and his reply was"but all my food will leak out"RIP Gary RIP Dana now they are together again

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Like some others .... Watchoo talkin 'bout. Willis?

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Oh, my favorite memory???? Is when he used to say "What you talkin' bout Willis?" <br />
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qw9oX-kZ_9k

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has to be when he dressed up as mrT

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I loved him on Diff'rent Strokes. RIP Gary

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In Hollywood looks are everything.<br />
Gary Coleman rebuffed that...and Hollywood agreed.<br />
We witnessed him as a cute little boy and watched him grow into a man finding his own way in the world.<br />
Gary Coleman became a huge pop culture figure.<br />
Think about it... most people know The Beatles, JFK, Ghandi, Olivia Newton John, Barack Obama, John Travolta, Robin Williams , MLK, Lady GAGA, and also ...Gary Coleman. <br />
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I am very grateful to the good people who work on shows like " The Simpsons" by including him and keeping him front and centre .<br />
I even saw him do a bit on Penn & Teller's Bullsh*t. <br />
Last night every News channel I tuned to from CNN to BBC... was talking about him.<br />
Hollywood does have a heart. <br />
Little Gary Coleman ..?<br />
More like Larger than Life Gary Coleman ...his is defintely a part of our culture and..he was everyone's Little Brother.

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My favorite on any of the sitcom episodes, and probably the line Gary is most remembered:<br />
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"Whatchu talkin' 'bout, Willis?"

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I guess strokes is strokes, even if they're different

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I loved him in that "Simpsons" episode.

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His many appearances on The Howard Stern show.

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I wonder why Gary Coleman, who passed away first, is AFTER Dennis Hopper who passed away the next day. What does the positioning imply?

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He will be missed by everyone and I loved his shows. Sorry to hear about his death, prayers go out to his family and real close ones.

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ironic he died of a different stroke...haha , funny till the very end, see ya shorty

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