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Larry Gelbart, one of the creative forces behind the “M*A*S*H” television series, as well as the film “Tootsie” and the play “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum,” and a vast number of other films, television shows and plays, died Friday at age 81.
KC's View:
The New York Times had a great line from Gelbart’s memoirs, in which he wrote about getting old: “Contrary to popular belief,” he wrote, “it’s not the legs that go first, it’s remembering the word for legs.”

That just made me laugh out loud.