I think of him every time I see a vending machine.
he was the greatest in my opinion
He honestly was one of the greatest. It always makes me wonder what he would come up with today. R.I.P.
I love his style. I wish that he was still with us . . .
Simply perfect. His calm demeanor, relaxed voice, and unusual cadence creates a comedic environment which Mitch takes full advantage of. With a series of non sequiturs strung together with the lack of solid segways, Mitch somehow brings the audience to their knees with a feeling of Steven Wright on acid.
Mitch was brilliant and will be truly missed, and its unfortunate that most of the world never had to the opportunity to experience his magic.
Mitch was a one of kind comedian and even though people like to compare him to Steven Wright, I like to think he was way funnier then Steven. I truly miss Mitch and it’s a shame he is gone.
some of the funniest stuff ever. sorry i don’t get the steven wright comparison. they may have both used one liners, but the comparison ends there for me.
What can I say - just one of the funniest guys I’ve ever seen and what a tragedy he isn’t with us any more. A unique delivery style coupled with some great one liners.
Brilliant! and missed! QUotable quotes pop up in conversation with alarming regularity. “How do you feel about frilly toothpicks?
“I’m for ‘em”
well, I’m for Mitch. There are days when feeling a little Mitchy is just the ticket.
He was a great comedian!
If God was a comic he would sound like this. R.I.P.
A master! The late Mitch Hedberg perfected a voice and cadence that would be hilarious reading the phonebook, and crafted some of the most amusing observations and non-sequiters ever written to complement it perfectly. Far and away the best comic of his era.
Like Steven Wright, but with a stoner attidude.
He’s like Steven Wright—just I would’ve liked to get high with.