Comedian Soupy Sales, who died last Thursday at the age of 83, was a fixture on TV during the '60s and '70s known for his trademark of getting blasted in the face with custard pie. Mostly though he was just funny, which is enough to remember him for. Sales had lots of connections to the world of music too: He was signed to Reprise and Motown, he was was a huge jazz fan who incorporated lots of the style into his show, he appeared on Hullabaloo in the mid-60s and he made a bunch of novelty records. One of them, "Do the Mouse," almost was a hit despite being pretty awful (in a good way). He also had two sons, Hunt and Tony, who played with Iggy and Bowie. Let's take a minute to pay tribute to Sales with a video ...