We've talked many times about the good old days of TV. There was something special about watching programs together as a family.

The feel of knowing we were all being entertained at the same time bonded us as a family I think. Even more so if we were all laughing.

There were a number of people that brought laughter to our living room. Those were special people. One of them was a guy who could imitate famous people.

He was the man of 1000 voices. Rich Little doing impressions would make us laugh until we had tears in our eyes.

I remember watching him on the TV game show Hollywood Squares. And here's a classic segment from a past David Letterman: