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stooge

an actor who feeds lines to a comedian or acts as his foil or butt
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STOOGE IS SET Davidson and Sturgeon clashed at Holyrood
Healy recruited a third Stooge in the Philadelphia song-and-dance man Larry Fine (ne Louis Feinberg), a bit more cultured than the Howards in that he could play the violin.
Not having a wealth of arcane Stoogery at my fingertips, I called my town's Resident Stooge and, as expected, soon had far more information than I really cared to have.
DETROIT: For Iggy Pop and the current incarnation of the Stooges, plans involve "a three-year cycle" that will include the expanded re-release of 1973 s seminal "Raw Power" album, touring and likely some new recording.
Stooges Among Us," a collection of firsthand accounts about the Three Stooges edited by Eugene residents Lon and Debra Davis, was released last month by BearManor Media, a small publisher specializing in entertainment nostalgia.
5million to 10,000 people since launch - and has no need of stooges on air or otherwise.
He sees no evidence for the charge that the association was a stooge or mouthpiece for the agency.
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Lesser known is the short film he wrote called The Stooge, currently in pre-production in Los Angeles, California.