Gene Wilder Was Right: Gilda Radner Didn’t Have To Die, And We Need To Talk About Why She Did
Abby Norman

The line you wrote … “…Wilder sought to change the world for the better as a tribute to a woman he once loved” is false. Wilder may have remarried, and been happily married for 25 years, but my dear death does not kill love. 
I am sure he still loved Gilda to the day he died. Love for someone does not cease to be at death, nor does does it dissipate the day you marry another. The mind and heart can hold an infinity of memories, desires and emotion. Perhaps he was happily married after Gilda because his new wife understood the depth of his love for Gilda. Perhaps, even, that she (in her own way) loved this whacky comedian, as well.

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