Robin Williams Finest Interview (1987) 1/2

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  • Erin Thorkildsen

    Robin Williams, the only reason to do cocaine.

  • Nima Scolari
    Nima Scolari 3 days ago

    Williams made cocaine high.

  • noego jimmy
    noego jimmy 3 days ago

    Wanna line of coke?
    Nah... Just let me inhale some mania of my depression.
    Remember his drama acting?
    Fucking superb artist. Legend we all love.

  • Kiwi Comanche
    Kiwi Comanche 3 days ago

    Wow. 283 people with no sense of humour. Poor bastards!!

  • Yehoshua Dovid Greenwald

    Jack Daniels and beer nuts? I'm converting

  • Mary Cupitt
    Mary Cupitt 4 days ago

    It must have been very tiring being Robin Williams.

  • Jaime Ramirez
    Jaime Ramirez 4 days ago

    One word, COCAINE

  • BigDudeUK
    BigDudeUK 7 days ago

    Genius. And missed.

  • First Lady
    First Lady 9 days ago

    Love this, so funny! Laughter is good for the soul...

  • joe caruso
    joe caruso 13 days ago

    Arguably the best interview segments on any talk show in history. Carson never laughed more than on this one night in December 1987.

  • navidski
    navidski 17 days ago

    Boy, I do miss Robin Williams. What a crying shame

  • Songs By Lance
    Songs By Lance 18 days ago

    Robin Williams the G.O.A.T.!

  • Keith Carney
    Keith Carney 23 days ago

    Of he's not funny just full. Of coke shit

  • DinoHF79
    DinoHF79 24 days ago

    I remember it came out that he had a huge IQ! To watch him perform you can see how fast his mind works, he was amazing!

  • Phil Hershkowitz
    Phil Hershkowitz 24 days ago

    oh my god what a mind

  • claret & blue
    claret & blue 28 days ago +1

    Not my type of humor but Robin was a very likeable fella.

  • helloohhi
    helloohhi 28 days ago

    Will never be another like him. Unprecedented genius.

  • L Fallon
    L Fallon 29 days ago

    I watched him as a teenager. So many jokes went over my head and past the censorship police. An incredible mind! Miss him

  • goodwilj
    goodwilj 29 days ago

    People forget what a great serious actor Robin was as well. Very versatile.

  • Skip Hoffenflaven
    Skip Hoffenflaven Month ago

    Not. Funny.

  • Doug styles
    Doug styles Month ago

    Improvisational genius

  • Kyeha lee Nitschke
    Kyeha lee Nitschke Month ago

    Did u Luke that

  • baizian
    baizian Month ago

    Am not saying he was not a very funny man but his interviews always scripted but still funny,RIP RB

  • J SD
    J SD Month ago

    couldn't do the gay stuff anymore

  • RealGuy24
    RealGuy24 Month ago

    It sucks not having him around anymore.

  • British Comedy UK
    British Comedy UK Month ago +2

    Great memories

  • BeloveTaeyeon
    BeloveTaeyeon Month ago

    Who's Jessica Hundal?

  • DavidBranco75
    DavidBranco75 Month ago

    Johnny Carson was one of the best host's ever: He always gave the guests a chance to shine. He would say something and with a question or a statement he gave the cue for the guest to speak his mind. In the case of comedians he would, with this, trigger them to start «their act». Johnny Carson dearly missed by all as well as Robin, a one of a kind human being with the gift of making wonderful comedy. The speed that he would create jokes and verbalize them is stunning. Both of them reached immortality trough their art. Bless them. Greetings from Portugal.

  • Ethan's Elvis covers and more!

    He made Johnny Carson laugh more than anyone

    • Seattle Wa
      Seattle Wa 16 days ago

      Williams and Albert Brooks made Carson laugh the most.

  • Nautilus1972
    Nautilus1972 Month ago

    Some jacket there.

  • marco polo
    marco polo Month ago

    Dude hahah he didn’t have to roast my guy like that sears !? I’m crying lol

  • Jesse Biller
    Jesse Biller Month ago

    Robin Williams will be missed.

  • Michele Bergman
    Michele Bergman Month ago

    I used to see him at the IMPROVE in LA in 1975 & he’d come out last when hardly anyone was left & he just go on for hours NONSTOP on 💯 even if there were only 3 people in the Audience!!! FUCKING AMAZING AND VERY KIND ! He needed HELP that could have SAVED HIS LIFE? This is a REAL HUMAN TRAGEDY 😢Mostly feel Sorry for his kids🙏

  • Mike Spike
    Mike Spike Month ago

    😁MAD AS BAG OF FROGS SOAKED IN ALCOHOL 😅😅 😢🙇‍♂️ AND I THANK HIM FOR MAKING A PIECE OF THE WORLD A HAPPIER PLACE 😑 FROM MORK AND MINDY 😎NAN NU NAN NU 😁

  • Cajunman Dick
    Cajunman Dick Month ago

    Cocaine is a hell of a funny drug .

  • ferrari red
    ferrari red Month ago

    Robin didn't even mention the film he was there for.

  • kip klages
    kip klages Month ago +1

    Ed just looks bored and not amused

  • gwg5640
    gwg5640 Month ago +1

    Oh gawd how I miss this dude.

  • FreerunMarty
    FreerunMarty Month ago

    Coke is one hell of a drug

  • John Henderson
    John Henderson Month ago +1

    you can hear a woman shriek at 6:06

  • Geoff Bourke
    Geoff Bourke 2 months ago +8

    God is with you Robin - you were a gift for the whole world to treasure RIP

  • Mandy Khoo
    Mandy Khoo 2 months ago +2

    Who doesn't respect and love this guy??!!

  • Mark Arnott
    Mark Arnott 2 months ago +1

    My brain works like his - and im called crazy🤪 also no biggy Big Deal
    surround by slow snails but i learnt that the tide changes so keep it to yourself tide in tide goes out
    its just that i can see it happen b4 others do Pics all come together like a weird puzzle in time pop
    well after i hit in the 50s ive slowed up alot thank god a bit peace 👥 but👨‍🚀☎ ideas always excited me in the 60s now Haa🐔🐔 CHICKEN MAN HES EVERYWHERE > LOOK IT UP MEMORY LANE 🐔🐔👨‍💻🎙

  • not insane
    not insane 2 months ago +2

    He was and still is the god of laughter

  • Keith Purdue
    Keith Purdue 2 months ago

    Robin has/had/has-had a mind that Stephen Hawking almost got in the vicinity of. Almost.

  • Ronnie Jay
    Ronnie Jay 2 months ago

    When someone says it's "his finest interview", be prepared for it not to be. He seems more reliant on sketch material as opposed to just letting it fly.

  • ret13yrs
    ret13yrs 2 months ago +2

    There were very few people who could make Johnny laugh the way Robin could.

  • smith smithy
    smith smithy 2 months ago

    A class act.

  • Tuula Fai
    Tuula Fai 3 months ago +2

    Robin Williams was a genius!

  • Rosa Saucedo
    Rosa Saucedo 3 months ago

    TALENTED MAN

  • Rosa Saucedo
    Rosa Saucedo 3 months ago +5

    I MISS HIM SO MUCH

    • Thinderella EDwards
      Thinderella EDwards 2 months ago

      Rosa Saucedo, Me too. I never met him, but his death broke my heart.

  • Mike Grint
    Mike Grint 3 months ago

    He is coked out of his mind 😢

  • Shakka Zulu77
    Shakka Zulu77 3 months ago

    Mega mouth with a steam train for a brain

  • John-boy
    John-boy 3 months ago +5

    Instead of a run-on sentence Robin Williams invented run-on comedy, one continuous stream of commentary and jokes

  • Nour Mourad
    Nour Mourad 3 months ago +1

    Why the guy named Ed Mcmahon sets without words like that ?!?!

  • Beau Beaŕ
    Beau Beaŕ 3 months ago

    Love him ....

  • Peter Demerly
    Peter Demerly 3 months ago

    No talk show host ever had a chance when he was a guest

  • Sharon Taylor
    Sharon Taylor 3 months ago

    I miss his sense of humor.

  • JD derm
    JD derm 3 months ago

    Never seen Johnny laugh so much in one set.

  • spotify youtube
    spotify youtube 3 months ago

    Is there any serious interviews,with him,hes so energetic its strange for how up he was,he was down at the end,very funny man

  • Cassadanielle Picasso
    Cassadanielle Picasso 3 months ago

    At @3:21...In this times, that I am aware of what's happening - most around the globe...especially about... buckingham palace and all those "saintly" appearance of the royals...the "Bubba" is Robin's knowledge of inside palace "PEDOPHILIA"...especially when Robin showed holding his butt in pain...
    This could be the reason why...Robin.....gone...his inside information...knowing it all...
    Hollywood and the royals...etc...

  • Aurelian Manoli
    Aurelian Manoli 3 months ago

    I fucking miss him

  • Virginia Pierce
    Virginia Pierce 3 months ago

    Soo sooo talented!!

  • Laurie Ann Yanda Byrd
    Laurie Ann Yanda Byrd 4 months ago

    Sure do miss his humor. RIP...Robin

  • Ulrich Gerhard Osterloh

    it's good but that tape they play, or believed they had to play, every other second with a very loud and noisy cheerful crowd on it, is like a torture.. doesn't even sound realistic

    • Ulrich Gerhard Osterloh
      Ulrich Gerhard Osterloh 3 months ago

      okay.. i am sure much of the laughter is indeed real.. but honestly, if you listen carefully at least in some places in this video,, the laughter comes on far too sudden and ends too abruptly... in my opinion anyway.. if you want my honest opinion, i find most of Robin Williams' jokes here painfully unfunny and can understand they "topped up" the laugher using taped laughter. It is understandable because otherwise, Williams would have come across less the funny man that he was considered to be. I dont find him funny. It makes me cringe to watch his "comedy", although i like some of his acting in movies.

    • James R
      James R 3 months ago +1

      I hear what your saying but I was in the audience for about 25 of those Carson shows--not this one. There were several hundred people laughing and the audience was heavily miked. Sometimes Carson's monologue died, or something wasn't working--you could tell this later when you watched it on TV that he wasn't getting anything. They taped at 5:30pm to 6:30pm. There were bits that were pre-taped and included in the show, but the live audience reacted to those pre-taped bits--not pre-recorded laughter. The show was transmitted to the East Coast, then back to the West Coast.
      It played from 11:30pm to 1am for most of it's run. Then Carson renegotiated his contract and the show was cut to an hour--11:30pm to 12:30am. I forget when it became 11:35pm to 12:35am. Anyway, I did hear that added can laughter on some of the other talk shows back then--Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin--they all did it but they were not broadcasters like Carson was--and later Letterman. I do think Leno spiked his laughter all the time and added the band laughing at his jokes when they weren't funny--Carson's band never laughed in order to punch up the laughter, partially because Carson was the master at getting laughs when jokes bombed. It's also very tacky when a joke doesn't work and the band starts laughing hysterically--Mad TV did parodies of Leno and the band fake laughing.

    • Ulrich Gerhard Osterloh
      Ulrich Gerhard Osterloh 3 months ago

      the show was recorded around 5 pm in front of a live audience and broadcast after 11pm. Plenty of time to "improve" the laughter a little bit, so all of WIlliams' jokes appear funnier than they are...There is some real audience laughter on it of course but many times throughout the interview you can hear the artificial laughter added on top of it, it is far too strong in most places and beginning and ending too abruptly. It is just that people in the States are too used to this artificial laughter added on top of the real laughter, so you think it is real, but it is way too intense to be real, it is taped and i heard exactly the same laughter on various shows, it must be some kind of standard laughter tape. As I said, there is some real laughter there as well, it is not all taped of course.

    • James R
      James R 3 months ago

      That was a live studio audience, not recorded laughter.

  • colpopcorn
    colpopcorn 4 months ago

    Today there would be all kinds of screaming about sexism, homophobia, racism if someone were to do this.

  • Space Cadet
    Space Cadet 4 months ago

    Genius

  • Bonnie Friend
    Bonnie Friend 4 months ago

    Love him!!!

  • Rajaul Alam
    Rajaul Alam 4 months ago

    Wow....funniest person in human history

  • Jefe Hoptosh
    Jefe Hoptosh 4 months ago +20

    As i posted on part 2, i was an extra on Good Morning, Vietnam, and witnessed the filming of those scenes in the studio. As we were only a few extras and a handful of actors, we all had lunch together and he'd join us 2-3 times a week. He really was a wonderful character.

    • Kiwi Comanche
      Kiwi Comanche 3 days ago +1

      Man thats awesome!!!! A fantastic memory to have. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • Jacob Jorgenson
    Jacob Jorgenson 4 months ago

    Oh man, the political correct would have a fucking heart attack today

  • Shaun Kahler
    Shaun Kahler 4 months ago

    Oh wow that really was a good one holy cow lol. Looks like he learned his rhythm right from the first one he did on Johnny Carson lol where he just went nuts and was everywhere and awesome hahahh

  • akev
    akev 4 months ago

    I'd go to that church!

  • C D Kennedy
    C D Kennedy 4 months ago

    Anything that came out of this guy's mouth was funny stuff...he could lure you in softly or just blindside piledrive you with his brand of humor...I literally get a laughing hangover after watching Robin, but keep going back for more.

  • Greekpapi
    Greekpapi 4 months ago

    Only 4 comedians cracked Johnny up like this. Rodney Dangerfield, Don Rickles, Joan Rivers and Robin Williams......

    • James R
      James R 3 months ago

      Richard Pryor

  • Big Jims Shed
    Big Jims Shed 4 months ago

    And he murders himself y

  • Joseph Renaud
    Joseph Renaud 4 months ago

    Cocain

  • Frank Varela
    Frank Varela 4 months ago +5

    I think whenever Robin Williams was on the Carson show. He was always on there the longest of any guest that was on that night. And you see why. He was a master of his craft. There will never be another Robin Williams.

  • Shadow Government
    Shadow Government 4 months ago

    😂😂he’s killing that host

  • Mark Billingsley
    Mark Billingsley 4 months ago

    his mind was soooo fast.

  • Donny Thompson
    Donny Thompson 4 months ago +4

    A lot of this was humor based on what was happening at that time that some may not get if they’re not old enough to remember events of ‘87; the stock market crash, corrupt televangelists Jim and Tammi Faye Bakker, etc... but Robin is on fire here as usual. I don’t know which is funnier... watching Robin, or watching Johnny’s reactions to his rapid fire humor. RIP to Robin, Johnny and Ed. Late night tv was never quite the same after Johnny retired.

  • Dh Viramati
    Dh Viramati 4 months ago

    I wonder if there will ever be anyone who can equal him. Brilliant

  • Mitchell Bowman
    Mitchell Bowman 4 months ago +2

    God sent Robin were he was needed........We will miss you Robin......I know I do....

  • Heidi
    Heidi 4 months ago

    🌿👀 Two men I truly love. 💙💜

  • Nathan Smith
    Nathan Smith 4 months ago

    LMAO that guy next to him is going what the hell is wrong with this guy lol. RIP Robin

  • Louise Laubach
    Louise Laubach 4 months ago

    I miss his humor! SO SAD,

  • Marcus Graves
    Marcus Graves 5 months ago +2

    His thought process is unmatched!!

  • Matt W
    Matt W 5 months ago

    God I still miss him! One of my comedy heroes!

  • Barb Menear
    Barb Menear 5 months ago

    This is the cocaine era...

  • Ricky Wilcox
    Ricky Wilcox 5 months ago

    i know that he's having a good time

  • Ryan Bertram
    Ryan Bertram 5 months ago +1

    He couldn't tell half those jokes today. Too many people would be offended.

  • David Stewart
    David Stewart 5 months ago

    he is so good he's not even doing stand up just in interviews the host even let's him at it

  • PorkyPricklyPants
    PorkyPricklyPants 5 months ago +2

    these are days u could say stuff without offended anyone

  • ShrillChilli
    ShrillChilli 5 months ago +1

    I miss him still. Thank you for the all the laughs Robin.

  • john franco
    john franco 5 months ago

    Joke thief

  • Jane Hildebrand
    Jane Hildebrand 5 months ago +1

    Thank you for this wonderful tv moment of Robin Williams!! So funny, and have never seen it before!!

  • The Unboxer
    The Unboxer 5 months ago +3

    No one like him... such a loss.

  • Matthew Hawksworth
    Matthew Hawksworth 5 months ago

    I don't understand, 8th wonder of the world his mind

  • Cal Trask
    Cal Trask 5 months ago

    I changed the speed in settings to 1.25X, lot's of fun

  • Cool breeze joe
    Cool breeze joe 5 months ago

    All that fame his mind was going mile a minute I think he didn’t slept well maybe causing that led to sad ending and what’s worse they released his death photo looks disgusting!
    But we are all going to other dimension Someday:-)