‘And Just Like That…’ says goodbye to Willie Garson

The 57-year-old actor died of pancreatic cancer at his Los Angeles home in September while the HBO Max series was in production.

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In the episode, Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) finds a note from Stanford saying he has left for Tokyo.

“I couldn’t tell you without crying,” he wrote, referring to the death of Bradshaw’s on-screen husband in the show’s first episode. “I’ve had enough of crying.”

As it turns out, he left Stanford to manage the career of the aspiring TikTok star.

Read the on-screen message at the end of the episode “In Memory of Our Beloved Willie Garson”.

Parker wrote a touching tribute to Garson shortly after his death.

“It was unbearable,” she wrote. “Sometimes silence is a statement. It’s dangerous. Anguish. The magnitude of the loss of a 30+ year friendship.”


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