By Steve Duin
The Oregonian, June 19, 2010
Back in the mid-’90s, Steve Kelley — current president-elect of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists — and Jack Lemmon were booked to go on The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder. That hour generally featured “two segments with the superstar and one with the also-ran,” Kelley said. When the veteran Hollywood actor and the cartoonist met in the green room, there was little doubt as to the pecking order, at least until Lemmon went to pour himself a cup of coffee.
Lemmon barely had pot in hand when Kelley boomed out, “Put that coffee down!”
Just as he did in Glengarry Glen Ross, Lemmon froze, then burst out laughing as Kelley delivered the next line in Alec Baldwin’s famous boiler-room rant: “Coffee’s for closers!”
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