Reading Paul Brownfield's "Seeing Whose Laughs Last" [May 25], I was initially intrigued by what appeared to be a critique of comedians and their films' shelf life. However, I was frustrated that he failed to provide any cohesive realization to his opening statement.
First, Jimmy Fallon has no reasonable place in any aspect of this comparison. Second, to suggest Mike Myers has some comedic "class" is to suggest that his work is that of a "craftsman." His resume suggests otherwise, much like Adam Sandler's.