Charles Manson is Finally Dead! But We Also Lost Grandpa Huxtable from “The Cosby Show”

Murderous, A-hole cult leader CHARLES MANSON died last night of natural causes at a California hospital near his prison. He was 83, and will spend the rest of his nine life sentences BURNING IN HELL.

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Unfortunately, we also lost a few more people this weekend that you might actually care about . . .

1. Earle Hyman from “The Cosby Show” died on Friday at the age of 91. He played Grandpa Huxtable . . . the father of Bill Cosby’s character. He also provided the voice of Panthro on the “ThunderCats” back in the ’80s.

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2. Ann Wedgeworth from “Three’s Company” has died at the age of 83. She played Lana Shields . . . an older, divorced woman who would flirt with Jack, who of course was played by John Ritter. She only appeared on nine episodes.

Her daughter said her death came after a “long illness.”

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3. Wendy Pepper from “Project Runway” passed away on Friday. She was a designer who finished third on the FIRST season of the show . . . and she also had a brief run on the second season of “Project Runway All Stars”.

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4. Don Pedro Colley from “The Dukes of Hazzard” died back on October 11th after a battle with cancer. He was 79. The news of his death was just released. He played Sheriff “Big Ed” Little of Chickasaw County.

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5. Country music legend Mel Tillis died yesterday morning at the age of 85.

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