Regardless of who we think he resembles more, I'm more worried as to how the show deals with it. Judge said that his death didn't cause a rift in any production, so his fate is quite a mystery.Hudes said:The way he sits with his hand on face listening, reminded me of jobs
My older brother expresses same concern. Me? I'm confident Mike Judge can pull it off.Hamington said:Regardless of who we think he resembles more, I'm more worried as to how the show deals with it. Judge said that his death didn't cause a rift in any production, so his fate is quite a mystery.
Seems like it was more difficult to deal with Welch's death than Judge has led us to believe.I love Silicon Valley! How are you going to navigate the challenges of having a main cast member pass away? Thanks for making me laugh!
- The loss of CEW was fucking hard. I saw him with @rosepetalpistol at a place on the east side days before he passed away, his wife and beautiful daughter were there and we talked for 40 minutes about life, the show, and him. It was a huge blow to the show, he was the funniest person on it. So he's irreplaceable and I think that everyone felt that, and I felt worst for the writers and editors, seeing him over and over, writing him out of the show, the whole lot of it. But in the most disgusting and at the same time beautiful way, "the show must go on."
I think that saying means something bigger than most people think. The show is the most important thing in many ways, because it is for the whole, for the masses, for the audience-- they must be entertained and distracted, best of all made to laugh and feel happy for the ticket price. One person's death is a tragedy, to be sure, but the show must continue for the hundreds of thousands of millions who must see a show because tragedy is coming their way. Tragedy is on it's way or already there for all of us who's uncle is dying, who just lost their beloved pet, their own death approaching one day, or affecting everything they do. All we do is motivated by using time the right way, not wasting time, because we have a finite amount of it. But it continues even without us. This is why Time is God, which I'll explain later.
But regardless, the show must go on.