So Robin Williams gets to heaven and there’s a long line of people waiting to go through the Pearly Gates. Being the good guy that he is, he doesn’t use his celebrity to cut ahead, he gets in line and waits like everybody else. When he finally gets to the front, Saint Peter asks him his name.
“Na-Nu, Na-Nu,” says Robin.
Saint Peter doesn’t get it. He looks at his list, puzzled. “That name isn’t on here,” he says. “Who are you again?”
Robin does ten minutes, riffing wildly – impressions, one-liners, funny faces and moves, all rapid-fire. Everybody behind him in line is cracking up, bent over laughing, loving it. Saint Peter, unamused, just stares at him.
“Sir,” says Saint Peter, “I’m not sure you understand the significance of this situation. Now, please be serious.”
Just then Groucho and Jonathan Winters stick their heads out through the gate. Jonathan waves at Robin, who waves back.
“Hey Pete,” says Groucho. “Let him in. He’s with us.”