By Aaron Perine – February 21, 2020 01:01 am EST Share 0 Comments 0 Yesterday was full of jokes about President Trump’s pardoning and now another comedy actor has taken up the challenge of getting these jokes off. Thomas Lennon of Reno 911 fame decided to take a stab at it. The hilarious tweet channels his doctor character from The Dark Knight Rises. Some people might not forget that small part, but it was humorous to see so many of them recognize him in real-time as the Tweet made the rounds.Lennon wrote, ”As a Gotham City medical professional, I APPLAUD the decision to release Victor Zsasz, Rod Blagojevich, Milken and Clayface. Arkham is overcrowded and Scarecrow’s “experiments” have no scientific grounds. But where is the justice for #HugoStrange and #KingTut?”He ended up telling the Huffington Post all about his time shooting the movie. “‘The Dark Knight Rises’ was shooting in five or six parts of the world for over half a year,” he said of filming the scene. “I ended up going to London for a week. It was really cool. I never got to see the entire script. In fact, all I got was one script page on that… Read full this story
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