Gilbert Gottfried reflects

By ROB TURBOVSKY  |  April 27, 2011

When people come up to me on the street, and they want to talk to me, sometimes they don't know what to say, and this can become very awkward. I realized that this can happen when I meet known people too. Because we don't know each other. I have a story in the book where I met Bea Arthur. We got into a conversation, and then she said, "Do we know each other? Or do we just know each other from TV?" And I said, "I think we just know each other from TV." And, then we just looked at each other and walked away in separate directions.

GILBERT GOTTFRIED IS AT THE HARVARD COOP APRIL 29 AT 7 PM

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