"Rodney thought Ben Affleck was a deep thinker. They met backstage at the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Rodney thought Jay was the best host of our time and appreciated how hard he worked."
The Best Man
"Adam Sandler was the ring bearer for us when we renewed our vows. Here he is hanging out at the restaurant where we celebrated."
Jon Lovitz in 'The Rodney Dangerfield Story?'
"Rodney enjoyed Jon Lovitz and thought maybe Jon should play him in a movie about his life. My Dad (Rodney’s father-in-aw) is behind Rodney in the glasses. He passed away a few years after Rodney."
"Back in the 90’s. We had the computer in our living room."
Walking in Westwood
"Strolling the streets of Westwood on our way to a party."
"Rodney proposed to me shortly after we had dinner with Jayne Meadows and Steve Allen. He thought they had the perfect marriage."
Sam, Charlie and Rodney
"Rodney giving Sam Kinison and Charlie Sheen tips on how to get girls."
Pimp Rodney's Ride
Rodney's ride, a 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood, is being given away to one lucky winner in a contest on Rodney.com.
Random Access Jokes
"This happened to be the joke that appeared randomly on Rodney’s website the day he died. People thought I put it there on purpose, but I did not. It was the only joke about death in the file of over 300 jokes."
"Because of the joke of the day incident, I decided to put the punch line on his tombstone."
O Sole Rodney
"Rodney has a great singing voice -- he was a singing waiter before he made it as a comedian -- and was trying to break the glass in my hand."
"Rodney had a hot tub airlifted into our high-rise condo for me for Valentine's Day."
"Taken backstage when Adam Sandler presented the Comedy Icon award to Rodney just months after his brain surgery. Rodney was worried he wouldn't come out of the surgery still 'thinking funny.' But when a doctor asked if he had coughed anything up, Rodney's first words were, '500 bucks for a hooker.' I immediately knew he was going to be OK."
Rodney and Robin
"Rodney and Robin Williams. Taken at an event hosted by Bob Saget."
America's Funniest Home Visitors
"Rodney loved when Bob Saget would drop by because he was so funny."
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