Crackle has seen major success with Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Now, Yahoo is looking to do the same with another comedian who made her mark on broadcast TV while helping Chevrolet market its 2016 Traverse to moms. Show More Summary
It's practically become a tradition in Las Vegas to see comedian Jerry Seinfeld's name on a marquee on the days after Christmas. The former star of “Seinfeld” returns Dec. 26 and 27, bringing his stand-up act to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. It was only eight years after Seinfeld made his first...
Gad Elmaleh already is the most famous comedian in France, where he has millions of Twitter followers and is commonly referred to by people who don't know him as the Jerry Seinfeld of France. And true to form, Gad not only is an observational comedian but also has voiced Seinfeld's character in Bee Movie and […]
The Mets have clinched the NL East, but the game isn’t exactly about nothing.
Keith McNally, Brooke Shields, Jay McInerney, Jerry Seinfeld, and George Stephanopoulos all sit in the back dining room at Minetta Tavern. This week's issue of New York includes a package on status symbols: ultra-specific things like...Show More Summary
New Daily Show host Trevor Noah waded into the debate about politically correct college campuses in his new interview with Rolling Stone. Noah is no stranger to the outrage cycle, and said that despite comics like Jerry Seinfeld blaming PC culture, it’s not quite that simple. It’s not about political correctness, Noah says, it’s about […]
“’I’m a hookless act. I have absolutely no hook. There’s nothing physically odd about me, no screaming or profanity, no props, nothing ethnic, no strange clothes—and my name isn’t catchy either. If I don’t have the jokes, I’m dead’…With an intelligent and subtle style, Jerry Seinfeld has gone against the trend of stand-up comedians who […]
by Andrew Sacher Amy Schumer played MSG last night opening for Madonna and will do the same tonight (and then Barclays on Saturday), but looks like she's big as Madonna, I'll say it again, because she's now set to headline...
Neuroscientist and outspoken atheist Sam Harris defended his support for profiling Muslims at airports in an interview with Ora.tv host Dave Rubin, saying it was a question of authorities being honest about looking for “suicidal jihadists.” “WWe’re not looking for...
Remember that old episode of Seinfeld where Jerry wanted to “break up” with a guy with whom he had been friends, but... The post 8 Ways to Know It’s Time to Let Go appeared first on Lifehack.
This video in particular, created by Twitter user @Seinfeld2000, and aptly titled “Seinye,” mashes two of the most unlikely, yet greatest, things to EVER EXIST: Kanye West and Jerry Seinfeld's stand up comedy. More » Someone Gave Kanye...Show More Summary
"Nothing would be more boring than a late-night war," Stephen Colbert told Jerry Seinfeld this summer — but, like a German diplomat in the summer of 1914, it turns out he was lying! Next week, Colbert's Late Show will go head-to-head with Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show, with an awe-inspiring list... More »
SERIES FINALE: Nanny Of The Month: Cops Shut Down Jerry Seinfeld; What’s Up with Lemonade Stands?
Well this is it--after six years, Nanny of the Month is packing it in, but not before one last hurrah! Growing vegetables, selling Chipotle burritos, photoshopping models, feeding the homeless, wearing naughty beige yoga pants, and engaging...Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld and his family thought it would be a fun idea to set up a lemonade stand in the Hamptons and donate the proceeds to charity. But like Seinfeld’s
If only it had the resilience of Kramerica Industries. A photo posted by Jessica Seinfeld (@jessseinfeld) on Aug 18, 2015 at 12:54pm PDT A charity lemonade stand run by Seinfeld's son Julian was shut down after neighbors complained about all the illegally parked cars stopping for lemonade. Show More Summary
Wait until Jackie Chiles hears of this.
Seinfeld’s son, Julian, and two friends set up the stand last week to raise money for charity. East Hampton, NY — To raise funds for a local baby clothes charity, funnyman Jerry Seinfeld and family set up a lemonade stand. However, their...Show More Summary
We’ve seen lemonade stands shut down by the authorities again and again and again and again, apparently lest kids grow up thinking they can generate their own wealth rather than
Jerry Seinfeld's son got in trouble with the police -- and he's only 12 years old