There has been an outpour of touching tributes to Robin Williams after his shocking death, but this particular video perfectly captures his spirit.
While it's only one minute long, the words and images illustrate that warm spirit that entertained us all through cries and giggles.
He will be deeply missed and he will continue to be celebrated for the joy he brought us.
Ch-ch-check it out..AFTER THE JUMP!
We'll NEVER forget Pierce Brosnan and Robin Williams' hysterical scenes in Mrs.Doubtfire and the hilarity they brought to the beloved film.
Remember when Mrs.Doubtfire threw a piece of fruit at Pierce's character and then famously quipped, "It was a run-by fruiting, sir!"
Like many of us, Pierce fondly recalls the days of Mrs.Doubtfire and has nothing but sweet things to say about his late co-star.
Though we all have spent the week mourning Robin Williams, the person who was unarguably hit the hardest was Robin's wife.
Susan Schneider finally released her statement Thursday, providing a more intimate look at Robin than any we had gotten before.
But as hard as it must have been to share a message with the world, there's one thing that's just become impossible for her- going home.
According to a neighbor and family friend, Susan left the home she shared with Robin shortly after giving her required statement to police– and won't go back. The neighbor said:
The world may have lost Robin Williams, but we still have his wonderful work by which to remember him.
And we still have a few more left to go.
Not only do we have the final installment of the Night At The Museum trilogy, we also have a very interesting-looking smaller film.
Merry Friggin' Christmas is about a father and son who don't see eye-to-eye trying to make it work for the holidays, and it looks all the more poignant now that Robin has passed.
Get your first look at the dysfunctional family antics …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Rush Limbaugh has said some pretty awful things over the years.
But did he really say that politics played a part in Robin Williams' death?
The right wing shock jock is defending himself after various sites are claiming that he said on his radio show that depression and suicide come from a "leftist worldview."
But Rush says he was actually just criticizing the liberal media's coverage of Robin Williams. So what's the real story? Well, in order to show we're not quoting Rush out of context, here is the full quote: