Bill Murray is known for a few things: - Being one of the greatest comedians of all-time, starring on "Saturday Night Live," and appearing in films like "Meatballs," "Groundhog Day," and "Garfield." Well, maybe not that last one.
- Saving the city of New York from certain disaster in the documentary "Ghostbusters." - Doing whatever he wants, whenever he wants.
The sheriff's office had been looking for Nash since at least the beginning of February.
Nash is a registered sex offender, dating back to a 2002 statutory rape conviction for having sex with a 15-year-old girl.
Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump speaks at the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition 15th Annual Family Banquet and Presidential Forum on September 19, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa.
(Photo by Steve Pope/Getty Images) These days, Donald Trump is known more as a presidential candidate and reality TV personality, but back in the 1960s, he was something of a talented ball player — one good enough, it seems, to be scouted by our very own Phillies.
Elaine tells him that it's a guy and there's no need to panic, but Jerry still does. Sokel of the unemployment office of a recent job interview with Vandelay Industries.