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Hollywood has lost another legend today.

Sherwood Schwartz, the creative mind behind such iconic shows as The Brady Bunch and Gilligan's Island, has passed away at the age of 94.

He apparently died from natural causes at home in his sleep, surrounded by his family and loved ones.

Such an amazing man.

Our thoughts go out to all of his relatives, friends, and loved ones during this difficult time. We imagine his legacy will live on for years to come.

May he R.I.P.

[Image via WENN.]

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8 comments to “R.I.P.”

  1. 1

    Ok, if he died from natural causes IN HIS SLEEP why was he surrounded by his family and loved ones? Did they always watch him sleep? I saw this same statement on other websites and could only raise my eyebrow at it …

  2. 2

    I knew a couple of families who had a similar situation. They always said it was clear the person in question had somehow gotten more frail suddenly or some indication that death was near, and they really took turns, sitting with them, The kids, grandkids, grand-nieces, etc, in rotation. That way they figured at least one person would be with them at all times so whenever they went they wouldnt be alone. Not trying to argue, but just sayin', i was also a bit lost always on that statement myself.

  3. 3

    R.i.p Mr.Shwartz and thanks for creating one of my favorites show Gilligan's Island.

  4. 4

    Re: Harper J – It means that he didn't die alone. Like Sepulchre says, the doctor tells the family that it doesn't look likely that he will make it, so family and loved ones will go to see him to say "goodbye" as well as console each other during this sad time. There's a lot that needs to be done when someone dies (funeral arrangements, estate management, etc.). They don't need to physically be around the dying person, but it means that their intentions are to be present for his time of passing.

    When my grandmother died, my relatives took turns by her side at the hospital and when she passed on, the family member who was there when she died called the rest of the family to tell them that she's no longer with us. When you're close to someone, you'd want to be with them during their last moments even if they're not alert. Your thoughts will be about them because soon, they won't be around anymore.

  5. 5

    A person having a great life up until his 94th birthday is not sad, it's the circle of life (no pun intended).

    Celebrate his legacy in life instead of feeling sorry for his death.

  6. 6

    "Such an amazing man." - Stop casually throwing out words regarding people you knew nothing about. You're full of shit 99% of the time as it is, don't insult decent people by having your own take on otherwise decent people you haven't heard of until today. Oh, and this —> "We imagine his legacy will live on for years to come." Only goes to show what fucking idiots you PerezPokers are. His legacy will live on for years to come? It ALREADY has been 40 fucking years! Yet another idiotic statement thrown out there as if to sound like you're not mentally challenged. You are! Face it. And you're a bottom feeder.

  7. 7

    Who was the other legend that died today? Maybe next time you'll stop pretending you idiots know how to write. Jesus Christ.

  8. 8

    Sad..but had him on my dead pool ..list ..!!!