Remembering Jonathan Winters: Memorable television moments
Jonathan Winters, who was one of the most celebrated improv comics in America, died Thursday night at 87. As those who grew up watching him on "Mork & Mindy," "The Hollywood Squares" and "The Dean Martin Show" and film “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" mourn the loss of one of alternative comedy's pioneers, many will revisit some of Winters' most memorable moments.
Winters could improvise with literally anything--including a set of pen and pencils:
and just a stick:
In fact, Winters never read from a script, even when on "The Dean Martin Show":