Sad to watch TV lately because my idol has passed the King of Comedy...

@deodavid (4150)
Philippines
July 13, 2012 10:00pm CST
Hey there everybody, Well i know this has been a topic for a while now but really for me it is something that is close to my heart, i had been feeling down lately since most of the shows on the telly is about one of the institutions in my life when it comes to watching TV and comedy. The death of Dolphy is really a big blow to the industry even though he has been away from the scene for a while now but there will be no one else to replace the king and for me i guess for the moment i wont be watching much of TV for a while, it will just sadden me.
4 responses
• Philippines
14 Jul 12
so you are or consider yourself as a funny guy? really even the quizon family are telling people that they should try to smile and laugh it out. they don't think that it's cool that we should give tito dolphy tears. but they are telling us that if we truly respect tito dolphy we should give him the laughs for his memory. frankly i have been laughing and smiling for the past few day. when i feel like crying i just remember the time that he made all of laugh and i find my self laughing. i just picture him with the smile and i smile.
@deodavid (4150)
• Philippines
11 Aug 12
Great for you well i guess that is the right way to go since he is the king of comedy and that is his legacy well to you mang dolphy a laugh a smile and joy goodbye great king of laughter.
• Philippines
14 Jul 12
Well yeah. It's already a part of my childhood. I remember watching home along da riles when I was a child. That's when I met Dolphy Quizon on tv. I suggest and I wish that there will be a marathon of sitcoms and movies of Dolphy in AbsCbn. Every night during the soap operas, we will relived the sitsoms that Dolphy made in abscbn. I like them to air Home Along da riles again. Please
@deodavid (4150)
• Philippines
11 Aug 12
Yeah that would be a treat but i think that it will either be on a much much later time and maybe once a week or if they are really pushing for it maybe saturdays and sundays, oh i do hope they do this i am sure they will have good ratings.
@missjahn (4578)
• Philippines
14 Jul 12
true that the industry lose one true comedy actor in mang dolphy's personality. but we must accept the fact that everyone of us must go with that kind stage in our life. people will come and go. there is nothing we can do not even if we feel upset with what happened. let us offer some prayers for the bereaved family of him and for his salvation. his memory will leave forever upon us. surely, some newly sprouted artists would idolized him and made him as one of their inspirations in the industry. just be happy because he was being freed with sufferings caused by illness.
@deodavid (4150)
• Philippines
11 Aug 12
I believe in what you say and yes it is good that he is already free from the burden of pain so that he can rest now and enjoy a new spirited life with his creator and the other kings and queens of the Filipino cinema industry.
• Philippines
23 Jul 12
I have had some similar thoughts, as well, especially during the first days after Mang Dolphy passed away. I tried to imagine myself watching the re-runs of his earliest films on GMA News TV (on the portion entitled Cinema Klasika) and I can't help but think that I may not be able to laugh out loud like I used to, now that I know that he has finally left us... But luckily, I still managed to watch, and laugh, too at his shows. Maybe you should try, as well. I know his passing is indeed saddening; I have been feeling the same way for an admirer, too. Still, you could just try it first, couldn't you?