Like John Ritter, Phil Hartman and John Candy, Robin Williams is one of those unexpected celebrity deaths I don’t think I’ll ever get over. They all share those magical twinkly eyes that hint at the fire inside; everything (especially comedy) just exploded from these guys like fireworks. By all accounts, each of these gentlemen were genuine, warm, kind human beings; whenever I see a story about any of them, I’m compelled to read, and this one is just wonderful to watch. A few of the cast members from Happy Days, Marion Ross, Anson Williams, and Don Most, talk about how the idea for Mork came about, the horrible first script and actor, and what happened when Robin Williams showed up. Anson is a good storyteller, and the warmth and respect they all have for Williams will make your insides feel good.