My love for the late Andy Kaufman began in 1994, because of a VHS copy of 'Andy's Funhouse' (aka 'The Andy Kaufman Special'). This is a photo from that special. I watched that tape hundreds of times. I became obsessed. I searched libraries, garage sales, and later, the internet, obtaining whatever media I could find. I argued with my mom about whether or not he'd been an asshole (a rare time my mom wasn't so hip to it; apparently the wrestling stunts had scarred the bra-burning baby boomers pretty badly). Her argument was that I was three year's old when he died, how would I know? But in 1999, we saw the Andy Kaufman biopic, 'Man On The Moon', and she never said a bad thing about him after that. There's much deserved hype over the fantastic new @netflix documentary, which is called: 'Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - With a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton'. It's the making of 'Man On The Moon' and a look at Jim Carrey's journey as an actor. It's also a tongue-in-cheek tribute to Andy, and his style. The documentary itself is an inside joke, because of course with Andy, you get it or you don't. But either way, it'll have you thinking, second guessing, laughing, and sometimes cringing. Exactly what Andy would have wanted.