Mike Farrell Threatens Career Comeback In Wake Of Crip Founder's Execution"Alan Alda's got my back," he says
Farrell: Aint gonna bang
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Los Angeles--As Californians breathlessly wait Gov. Arnold Schwarzeneggar's clemency decision on Crips founder Stan "Tookie" Williams, the City of Angels' already tinderbox-quality was upgraded again, in the wake of new career threats by M*A*S*H* star, Mike Farrell.
"I'm putting all you thespian slobs on notice," said Farrell in a televised statement this afternoon. "Tookie goes down, then me an' BJ Honeycutt gonna flash. What it C like at the 4077."
Williams, who founded the violent Crips street gang in 1971, is scheduled to be executed in four days, barring any gubernatorial intervention. The high-profile case has many civil activists worried at not on;y the professional reemergence of Farrel, but that Bianca Jagger could yet again see the light of everyday exposure without the help of Rock Magnate, Bob Geldof.
"The potential for an acting pandemic is real," said one analyst. "Next thing you know, Anson Williams is up for an Emmy. The damage is incalculable. Mr. Schwarzeneggar has the ability to stop this. It's up to him."
Debate continues to swirl around Farrell's claim that M*A*S*H* co-star, Alan Alda, may "have his back."
"We're hoping he's just posturing," said on analyst. "Because the potential for synergy is awful."