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Being on the search for enlightenment, G offers his help generously to save Ricky's job.His natural, uncontrollable behaviour soon gets Ricky into really big trouble, but the sales numbers now go up for the first time in months...Hugh Hefner and Betty White aren’t two names that you would expect to see in one sentence, but the Playboy founders’ death has caused people to frantically check up on the health of the Golden Girls legend.The news broke that Hugh passed away aged 91 on Wednesday from natural causes at his home, and as his name predictably began to trend on Twitter, unexpectedly so did Betty White’s.And so White jumped right into a parody version of the musical’s title song -- backed by an all-male chorus line -- to the tune of , began her presentation by quoting the poet Lord Byron about the ravages of age -- to which she responding with a dramatic “Bullshit! Introducing a series of clips in which Freeman proved he knows how to throw a punch, she said, “In movie after movie, this AARP member has proven without a shadow of a doubt that he can kick some serious ass.” Others who rose to offer praise to the actor included Samuel L.
Finally, Eastwood, who has directed Freeman intalked of the easy rapport the two have developed.
Via a pre-taped bit, Freeman actually opened the show with his signature voice saying, “Over the past 39 years, the AFI has honored the giants and tonight, ME,” as he coyly smiled and gave a big thumbs up. .” Eastwood noted that Freeman at one time approached him to do a Western, if Clint was planning one, by telling him he could ride and act and wondered if “you want someone to ride with you? Tonight I saw things I don’t remember doing, but that doesn’t matter …
Other than 1992 recipient Poitier, Freeman is the only other African American on the list, so it was entirely appropiate that Poitier began the proceedings taking note of the fact that Freeman’s film career really didn’t get going until he was 50 but called him “a character actor and a real character who has become a star and now a star of the AFI forever.” Freeman then entered to a standing ovation, hugged Poitier (who also received a standing O) and then strode to his place of honor at the head table. ” “So we did Nelson Mandela, even Nelson Mandela.” After his second standing ovation of the evening when 1996 recipient Eastwood handed him the award, Freeman said: “Where I come from in Mississippi they call this High Cotton. I’m proud to be an actor, although for this one night you have made me feel like a star.” Afterward, the general consensus was that, even if it was less “starry” than last year’s tribute to Mike Nichols, it was another great evening for the AFI honors that began in 1973 with John Ford and have gone to some of the biggest stars and directors in the history of film.
The testamonials were bookended by appearances from Sidney Poitier, 84, and Clint Eastwood, 81.
At 89, Betty White joined a high-stepped chorus line to sing Eastwood’s praises, while Helen Mirren, 65, and Rita Moreno, 79, both testified to the 74-year-old Freeman’s ageless vitality.
Jackson, Rita Moreno, Don Cheadle, Matthew Broderick, Helen Mirren, Cuba Gooding Jr, Matthew Mc Conaughey, Casey Affleck, Forest Whitaker and Tim Robbins.