Denny Crane’s Tombstone
I’m a big fan of Boston Legal, of which Denny Crane is a founding member of Crane, Poole, and Schmidt.
Denny and his best lawyer buddy Alan end the show by having a cigar and scotch on the balconey over looking the city.
If Denny Crane was real, and he died from “the mad cow”, this would be his cemetery monument.
This actually is
The Davis Memorial
After John Milburn’s wife Sarah died in 1930, he was so overcome with grief — and so desperate to be rid of all his money — that he erected an elaborate series of statues of himself and his wife in various epochs of their life together, carved from top-of-the-line Italian marble (in Italy), then shipped to the town of Hiawatha, Kansas. Total cost: $200,000 (in Great Depression dollars). Total tonnage: about 70. Total number of annual visitors to the gravesite: 30,000.
You’ve found the perfect tombstone for Denny….one of my all time favorite shows…love, love, love Alan and Denny…..what a hoot they are.
If he didn’t have the mad cow, I want to BE Denny Crane.