From Mork to Madman: Robin Williams' Most Memorable TV Appearances

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The Oscars

When the song "Blame Canada," from 1999's South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, got nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song, Williams stepped up to the plate to sing it at the esteemed telecast — even though it controversially contained the word "fuck" (during which Williams turned his back to the camera to avoid actually dropping the F-bomb). But it wasn't Williams' biggest splash on the awards show: he hosted the ceremony in 1986 (alongside Alan Alda and Jane Fonda), was nominated four times and even won once, for 1997's Good Will Hunting.

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