Every day, a group of men and women around the world digitally congregate at a Reddit board called NoFap to specifically discuss not masturbating. Yes, just like the famous Seinfeld episode, "The Contest" – Jerry and the gang bet $100 to see who can remain "master of their domain" the longest. Show More Summary
In the words of Jerry Seinfeld should you find yourself standing next to him in the midst of an allergy attack, these two are sooooooo goooooood loooking: I’ve been watching Luther on Netflix as an attempt to fill the giant hole in my life left by the end of my Breaking Bad marathon and basically Read More...
Because it's the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, let's watch Louis CK read the Address as noted historian Jerry Seinfeld (?) provides a little historical context: I have no idea how this video came to be, but I'm glad it did. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
They parse the Address sentence-by-sentence, in one of the most entertaining history lessons you'll ever have.
One of the most important speeches ever, finally presented with a little gusto.
Fear of public speaking comes very close to the fear of death; Comedian Jerry Seinfeld mentioned it during one of his shows. For Seinfeld it may not be as bad, but for me it was always a big fear and I never really dared to be the lonely one at the podium. Show More Summary
Louis C.K. recites the Gettysburg Address with (not so much) grace, and he talks with Jerry Seinfeld about its history and meaning in true Louie style.
Louis CK was having a little bit of trouble wending his way through a recitation of the Gettysburg Address he was recording for documentarian Ken Burns' website Learn the Address. Luckily, he had noted historical scholar and part-time comedy icon Jerry Seinfeld about seven feet away to provide him with the proper context. Show More Summary
Arsenio Hall introduced George Wallace as "my favorite comic" when Wallace performed stand-up on his talk show this week. We highly recommend you watch his set to find out why Jerry Seinfeld has counted Wallace amongst one of his favorite comedians and best friends for almost 40 years.
Last night was the seventh annual Stand Up For Heroes benefit show at MSG, featuring comedians Jon Stewart, Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Cosby, and Jim Gaffigan, plus musician Roger Waters. As always, the final performance of the night was by the one and only Bruce Springsteen. And Springsteen did what he does best: tell corny erection jokes. [ more › ]
Last night the Theater at Madison Square Garden hosted the seventh annual Stand Up For Heroes veterans benefit featuring comedy from Jon Stewart, Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Cosby, and Jim Gaffigan, plus musical performances from Roger Waters and, closing out the night, Bruce Springsteen. Upon taking the stage with his acoustic guitar, the Boss lamented that [...]
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In the first installment of a new series, Whitney shares why she's grateful for the show.
Chalk it up to early 90s style for the most part, but the below "Seinfeld" promo photos are hilariously wonderful. Remember when George was obsessed with citrus? Elaine did magic? Or when Jerry and Kramer did yoga? Yeah, neither do we. They're just the best.
While Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld's house in the Hamptons has its share of A-list perks (hello, 22-car garage!) the couple's interior design scheme feels refreshingly laid-back. Featured in the November issue of InStyle, the home offers a glimpse into the Seinfeld family's most cherished pastimes: cooking and entertaining. Show More Summary
I heard this explained recently on Internet Business Mastery’s podcast – as well as saw it on LifeHacker.com and felt compelled to share it with BiggerPockets readers. Jerry Seinfeld, actor and comedian, gave the following method when...Show More Summary
Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld opened the doors to the—ahem—"laid back" mansion-cottage that anchors their 10+ acre ocean-front estate in high-fallutin' East Hampton (NY) to the folk at InStyle magazine. That would be the one with the with a private baseball field and 22-car garage. Show More Summary
The Westway in Hell's Kitchen may have been the real-life greasy spoon where Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David met up to plot out the show that became Seinfeld, but the instantly recognizable restaurant at the corner of West 112th Street and Broadway is home to thousands of fascinating stories. Show More Summary