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Larry David Brings Special Brand of Anarchy to Seth Myers' Show (watch!) 2

Larry David Brings Special Brand of Anarchy to Seth Myers’ Show (watch!)

Larry David, one of the comedic geniuses behind hit ’90s sitcom “Seinfeld,” show off his peculiar brand of humor on Seth Myers’ show. The hilarious skit is about a “pitch” meeting of the show’s writers. David shows how he can make something out of nothing in a hilarious bit of anarchy. David, was a principal writer for “Seinfeld,” the hit show starring Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Richards. ...
Jerry Seinfeld Draws Line on Kim Kardashian Show: Not in My House! 4

Jerry Seinfeld Draws Line on Kim Kardashian Show: Not in My House!

Jerry Seinfeld famously bragged his hit ’90s sitcom was about “nothing.” But he draws the line on his kids watching just any show about “nothing,” specifically Kim Kardashian’s hit reality show “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” Seinfeld laid down the law for his household after catching 16-year-old daughter Sascha, watching the show, he said in a new interview....
Gene Wilder Appreciation: Goodbye to One of Last Giants of 'Jewish Shtick' 8

Gene Wilder Appreciation: Goodbye to One of Last Giants of ‘Jewish Shtick’

Gene Wilder’s passing should not only make us appreciate, and celebrate, his incredible talents, but also to celebrate and cherish the few legendary giants of Jewish “shtick” who, thankfully, are still with us. His classic humor that he wore as a badge of honor, in turn, influenced generations of others, from Billy Crystal, Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David and the late Garry Shandling to Sasha Baron Cohen, Seth Rogen and Jon Stewart....
Jerry Seinfeld Slams College Kids for Rampant Political Correctness (audio) 10

Jerry Seinfeld Slams College Kids for Rampant Political Correctness (audio)

Jerry Seinfeld, star of the all-time hit television sit-com “Seinfeld,” said in a remarkably candid interview with Colin Cowherd on ESPN radio that college kids are so caught up in political correctness these days, he won’t play campuses. “I don’t play colleges, but I hear a lot of people tell me, ‘Don’t go near colleges, they’re so PC.’” he said. Then, Seinfeld really insulted the intelligence of today’s college kids...
Madonna Kills as Standup on Fallon: No, Really, She Murdered It (see!) 14

Madonna Kills as Standup on Fallon: No, Really, She Murdered It (see!)

Madonna got a chance that most comedians would kill for; she debuted as a “comedian” on the “Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” last night (Apr. 10) and by all accounts she was terrible. But you have to give her some kudos for trying. Over the years, the “Tonight Show” has been a major stepping stone for comedians from Jerry Seinfeld to Joan Rivers. The dean of late-night television, Johnny Carson, was famous for introducing new comedians and it was a regular segment on his show. To win his praise was like the gold seal of approval for your Schick....
Larry David on Seinfeld: It Gave Me Money (Lots of Money) (watch!) 16

Larry David on Seinfeld: It Gave Me Money (Lots of Money) (watch!)

Larry David created “Seinfeld,” one of the most successful sit-coms in television history, so how did it change him? It gave him lots of money, but he still lacks the confidence to say hello to a woman in a bar, he says in a new “60 Minutes” interview. David couldn’t avoid firing off a barrage of acerbic one-liners in new preview of his conversation with Charlie Rose....
Stars Hit 'Saturday Night Live' Red Carpet; See Your Favorites (photos!) 18

Stars Hit ‘Saturday Night Live’ Red Carpet; See Your Favorites (photos!)

Kristen Wiig was within six degrees of separation from Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Eddie Murphy and a slew of other “The Saturday Night Live” castmembers at the show’s 40th Anniversary celebration Sunday (Feb. 15) at Rockefeller Center in New York City. The event also included many of the show’s most memorable guests, from Jerry Seinfeld to Tom Hanks and John Goodman....
Adam Levine Gets Busy on 'SNL;' He Strips Down (watch!) 20

Adam Levine Gets Busy on ‘SNL;’ He Strips Down (watch!)

Adam Levine got right down to business on “Saturday Night Live.” He stripped off his shirt in a hilarious opening monologue that was a take-off of his hit show “The Voice.” He made no bones about wanting to act. Cameron Diaz and Jerry Seinfeld made surprise appearances and acted as judges with Andy Samberg....