Robin Williams Explains How The Scottish Invented Golf

(Warning: Strong/offensive language)

In the following 3-minute clip, taken from 2002’s Robin Williams: Live on Broadway, the critically acclaimed movie star of such blockbusters as Good Morning Vietnam, Good Will Hunting, and Mrs. Doubtfire surmises how the Scottish, while seemingly drunk and foul-mouthed according to Williams’ own impression, devised the game of golf, the delivery of which sees him source the type of flawless mimicry and raw, comedic energy to which he had become accustomed before his untimely death in 2014.

Having studied at the prestigious Juilliard School in New York City, Robin Williams quickly established himself as an eccentric stand-up comedian and later transitioned towards an illustrious career in showbusiness, earning himself one Academy Award, six Golden Globes, and two Primetime Emmy Awards along the way. Being a two-time divorcee, Williams once quipped: “Ah, yes, divorce, from the Latin word meaning to rip out a man’s genitals through his wallet.”

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