you still obsessed by this?
Hawkeye claimed William's suicide had financial motives. Despite all the contrary evidence
Butrflynet started this particular thread. It's dear to her heart.
She set the cards on the table yet again a few posts back, love to you Butrflynet and Mum.
Give her some respect.
Bf's revelations about her mother's dementia had no effect on you whatsoever.
It was highly relevant here, you're just upset because it contradicted your idiotic theories.
you're just upset because it contradicted your idiotic theories.
In late July, he had an accident in the bathroom, which he called a "miscalculation."
Schneider says she found her 63-year-old husband in a daze after he bloodied his head on the door.
After being treated for his minor injury, the couple met with his psychiatrist who said it was time for Williams to enter an inpatient treatment facility to have a neurocognitive evaluation.
"This is when a pivotal moment happened," Schneider recalls, according to People. It wasn't clear whether moving into an inpatient facility would become a permanent situation for Williams.
"We need to decide, you need to decide where you want to go and we're all going to figure this out," Schneider says the psychiatrist told them.
Schneider says she remembers seeing an immediate shift in her husband's mood after the meeting with the psychiatrist. Williams, who was still upset about the accident in the bathroom earlier in the day, became melancholy.
"We were scared. We were all really scared," Schneider says. "We didn't know what we were fighting."
Williams' family didn't know until after an autopsy following his death that he suffered from Dementia with Lewy Bodies, a particularly baffling form of dementia that causes disorientation and hallucinations. The brain abnormalities associated with this condition may also be present in Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease, according to the Alzheimer's Association website.
Schneider says it's likely the inpatient evaluation would have given him the diagnosis of Lewy Body Dementia.
"But what I know now is that if Robin was lucky he would have made it three years," Schneider says. "And he might have never left a facility. It was very bad."
Williams had just completed final sound work on the film when he died in August.
Meanwhile, Dan Stevens, who also appears in the film, admitted that he felt 'weirdly emotional' watching the movie following Robin's death.
The former 'Downton Abbey' star appeared alongside the late actor - who hanged himself at his California home in August aged 63 - as Sir Lancelot in the comedy film and admitted he found it tough to hold back the tears while watching the finished product.
He told The Huffington Post UK: 'Personally, I feel I have no right to say it but it did hit me hard because it was one of the highlights of my life getting to meet him and work with him.
'It was weirdly emotional watching the film back. The ending of the film had this sadness about it, saying goodbye to beloved friends and moving on.
'I remember when they shot that farewell sequence between Ben [Stiller] and Robin, it was an emotional day because it was the end of nine years working together, so there was something in the air that day that was very sad, and obviously it's been multiplied infinitely by this year.'
Dan admitted Robin – who played a wax statue of former US President Theodore Roosevelt in the movie – was 'great fun' on the set of the motion picture and often used to whisper sneaky suggestions to the 32-year-old star about how he could try to play his character in certain scenes.
He added: "The generosity that he showed, and the support and encouragement for me, who hadn't done a lot of comedy before, just to be right there alongside you, championing any effort to be funny.
'He was a great fun of laughter in general, and hearing him whisper in some scenes, 'Why don't you try this?' was just a great privilege.
'So I did spend a good amount of the first half of this year with him, and it was going from that extraordinary high to an unbelievable low. It's wonderful seeing him up there on the screen, and it was a great send-off.'
One of the best parts about being in this flick was how much everyone became a little family on set. So much so that Skyler got Ben and Robin in on his prom proposal for his then-girlfriend. "I wrote a short skit and approached Robin and Ben and asked both of them to be in it, and they both said 'yes' enthusiastically," he tells us. "All morning Robin kept coming up asking if he could say different things, and I was just like 'You're Robin Williams—please say whatever you want to say.'"
The video is still picking up views on YouTube, and when you watch it above, you'll see why. "When the camera started rolling, they just took off. I went over to my mom afterward and was like, 'That was the greatest three minutes of my life,'" Skyler continues. "My girlfriend said 'yes' and told me her dad was crying hysterically the entire time he was watching it." Can you blame him?
With the group becoming so close, it was especially hard when everyone lost someone they really cared about. "I feel so incredibly privileged to have worked with Robin for the time that we did. He was the kindest, most humble, funniest man you could have the pleasure of knowing," he says. "He would come up to you and just rapid-fire start with jokes, and you'd be crying you're laughing so hard. And then 20 minutes later he'd come back and be like, 'Hey man, thanks for that laugh.' He would come back and thank you for allowing him to make you laugh. Watching the way he treated people will carry on with me on a professional and social level for the rest of my career.
I take it you missed my posts addressing this. But I have always been clear that I dont think that thread starters own threads. And as much as I admire and enjoy her mom she is not Robin Williams.
I am sure you can find some other guy who died,
All you care about is YOU.