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August 7, 2020

Gabe Kaplan Career Advice
Gabe Kaplan Career Advice
Gabe Kaplan Career Advice

Gabe Kaplan was perhaps best known for his performance in the title role of the popular seventies sitcom Welcome Back Kotter.

A few years ago, I got an email from him asking me for some career advice.  I was an author, national speaker, and certified career coach at the time, so he started asking for my advice.

You got to read his book here and see who others he spoofed with his email questions, and turned the advice from a variety of professionals into chapters of the book, including mine.

So Kotter’s Back is a hilarious book and I allowed my career advice to be in his book.

Well, that’s where the journey from  “A faded celebrity to a bewildered world”  began to my utter surprise.  And my chapter in his book is “The Muffin Man”.

Kotter's Back career advice from TheTomJonesShow.com
Kotters Back with Tom TJ Jones

When fifty-eight-year-old Gabe Kaplan, perhaps best known for his performance in the title role of the popular seventies sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter, got an e-mail asking him to participate in a show called Celebrity Boxing, he couldn’t resist the urge to have a little fun with the request. After exchanging a series of ludicrous e-mails with the show’s talent coordinator in a mock-serious attempt at negotiation, Gabe was inspired to start a prank e-mail campaign. The result is this hilarious collection of correspondence. See how people react to Gabe Kaplan’s absurd claims that he:

* has slept with more women than Wilt Chamberlain
* became The Muffin Man From Tom TJ Jones Career Coach Advice
* is an expert at Cossack dancing
* thinks he’s smart enough to become a member of MENSA
* wants his image on a U.S. postage stamp
* would like NASA to send him into orbit with Jimmy Carter and Dr. J
* and many more!

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