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(ABC)   Walter Koenig hasn't seen Boner in days, asks George Takei for help   (abcnews.go.com) divider line 107
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2010-02-22 06:50:33 PM  
On "Growing Pains" Koenig played Boner, a pal of star Kirk Cameron's character Mike.

Check every church and prayer station.
 
2010-02-22 10:52:03 PM  
johnnyboog: This guy on my facebook, Patton Oswald, has been putting this in his status the last few days.

Yeah, a bunch of my friends know him too, apparently.
It's been in my newsfeed at least twice a day for the last week.
 
2010-02-22 11:19:30 PM  
But what's happened to his father, Sylvester Stabone?
 
2010-02-22 11:55:34 PM  
Maybe he went to look for the naval base in Alameda? It's where they keep the nuclear wessels.
 
2010-02-23 01:30:37 AM  
My headline "Missing Boner-no reward"
 
2010-02-23 06:07:42 AM  
TheyCallThisWork: Strangely enough, Walter Koenig lives in my neighborhood. I've seen him in line at the movie theater a couple of times, and I see him every once in a while at my post office. His PO Box is about 2 or 3 boxes over from mine. I've never spoken to him, because it just seems weird to bother him.



But you're watching....always watching.
 
2010-02-23 08:00:13 AM  
Fair_Poopsmith: SnakeMan: Another dead actor who once played the Joker?

He was decentish. (new window)


I really liked his joker. He played it flawlessly, even though it was a small part.
 
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