I was very sorry to hear that the comedic actor, Leslie Nielson, had just died. I had occasion to meet him once. It was quite momentous.
I was traveling back from Chicago to Los Angeles and the plane stopped at Denver where we had some sort of A/C problem. As a frequent flyer with Continental in those days, I was sitting up front and although everybody was made to stay in their seats we privileged few were allowed to sample the wares of the Pub, which Continental had in those days just behind the first class section. It was here that I met the actor, and I'm afraid we discovered a weakness for drink in each other. We took full advantage of the delay and subsequent opportunities on the flight back to L.A.
We were still hard at it by the time the wheels touched down at LAX and when I arrived home, where my mother-in-law was visiting, she said to Yvonne: "Does he always come home in that condition?"