Leading up to Trevor Noah's September 28 debut as host of The Daily Show, the South African-born, 31-year-old comedian made an appearance on the latest episode of Jerry Seinfeld's Web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which airs on digital network Crackle. Show More Summary
Jerry had 60 six girlfriends over Seinfeld's run, many of which only survived one episode. Long-term relationships are difficult when you're self involved and hypercritical of everyone you meet Now that the entire series is on Hulu and...Show More Summary
Trevor Noah took a ride with Jerry Seinfeld for the latter’s web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and talked about how he reacted to landing his new gig hosting The Daily Show. He also awkwardly schooled Seinfeld about racism in South Africa. Read more...
This weekend the Brooklyn Cyclones saluted Seinfeld at MCU Park Kramerica Industries Park, and they didn't stop at the Little Jerry bobblehead giveaway. [ more › ]
I have no problem getting on a diet, jotting down my thoughts in a journal and generally picking up any healthy new habits — sticking with them, however, proves to be a major challenge. That’s where Streaks comes in. This habit tracker for Android is ased on comedian Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘don’t break the chain’ productivity method. Show More Summary
Kevin Sorbo, the former Hercules star, has joined the raging debate over political correctness in the wake of comments by Jerry Seinfeld and the recent decision to ban Dukes of Hazzard from TV Land for its depiction of the Confederate...Show More Summary
Images courtesy of Hulu/Monica Schipper. On June 24th, a recreation of Jerry Seinfeld’s Upper West Side apartment arose out of nothing in New York’s Meatpacking District. Commissioned by Hulu, the pop-up exhibit Seinfeld: The Apartment...Show More Summary
For this week's installment of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld has a play date with Trevor Noah. The young, new Daily Show host bounces all over the place, talking about his rise to stardom, what comedy was like in South Africa (including incidents involving heckling and blatant racism),... More »
It's been about two and a half months since Trevor Noah was spotted at the Mets home opener game with Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David. Now, in the latest episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, we finally find out how that historic meeting of the minds came to be.
“Let’s talk about when you became new host of The Daily Show,” Jerry Seinfeld says to Trevor Noah on this week's episode of Crackle’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. As Seinfeld and Jon Stewart’s replacement cruise the streets ofShow More Summary
Seinfeld, the show about nothing, is brilliant in its simplicity. It explores the mendacity of the daily lives of four marginally likable people. The show mocks social mores and eschews traditional sitcom stereotypes. Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer are unapologetically self-involved, deeply flawed, judgmental and still relatable. Show More Summary
To quote Jerry Seinfeld, "It seems like such an... arbitrary, ridiculous thing to just pick a finger and you show it to the person. It's a finger, what does it mean? Someone shows me one of their fingers and I'm supposed to feel bad." (more…)
We thought it would be fun to test everyone?s memory of Seinfeld by offering up an image of one of Jerry?s many girlfriends and getting you guys to guess the reason why it never worked out between them. No points awarded if you say ?because it never works out with Jerry.?Click To Continue Reading
To celebrate the release of Seinfeld on Hulu, the streaming service recreated Jerry‘s apartment from the show for a fan event in New York City. Excited Seinfeld fan Tim McGeever visited the installation just hours after it opened, and managed to break the door while doing an enthusiastic Kramer impression. via reddit, Daily Picks and Flicks
1993 was a good year for Jerry Seinfeld. His sitcom, which was on its way to becoming one of the most celebrated shows in television history, won an Emmy in the category of “Outstanding Comedy Series” for the first and only time. And, just a hair shy of 40, he met a woman who would capture his heart: a high school student he picked up one day in Central Park. Read more...
Amy Schumer took on the subject of political correctness in comedy, particularly as it relates to her own “blind spots around race,” and her comments echoed those of master comedian Jerry Seinfeld. Seinfeld has famously refused to play...Show More Summary
Throughout its almost decade-long, 167-episode run, Seinfeld gave us myriad moments of pure joy and utter hilarity, many of which were at the expensive of Jerry Seinfeld’s dignity. (Seinfeld the character, that is.) Now that the entire series is available on Hulu, Seinfeld (the human) has been reflecting on the... More »
MUST READ: FIRE Intern James Altschul responds to San Diego State student Anthony Berteaux’s condemnation of Jerry Seinfeld’s recent statement that today’s college students are too politically correct. Altschul and Seinfeld are right: many of today’s students can’t seem to take a joke. In fact, FIRE, the DKT Liberty Project, and director Ted Balaker and […]
Translating episodes of Seinfeld (and other sitcoms that rely on wordplay) is not an easy task. The Verge's Jennifer Armstrong has a piece that focuses mostly on the struggle to translate Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer's antics for...Show More Summary
This article originally appeared in Vulture. The most-watched stand-up comedian ever is not Eddie Murphy, Steve Martin, Chris Rock, Bill Cosby, or Kevin Hart. It’s not George Carlin, Richard Pryor, Sarah Silverman, Louis C.K., Aziz Ansari, Larry the Cable Guy, Dane Cook, Amy Schumer, or Woody Allen. Show More Summary