Prized Porsches from comedian Jerry Seinfeld’s collection are coming out of the vault and will be available at Gooding & Company’s Amelia Island Auction in Florida on March 11. Seinfeld is giving up stewardship on 16 examples from his...Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld may be known for being one of funniest comedians in the business, but those in the auto industry also recognize him as one of the most famous Porsche collectors in the world. The star of the legendary sitcom bearing his name reportedly owns up to 50 Porsche models from a number of different eras. Show More Summary
Ferrari’s [NYSE:RACE] updated version of the FF has been revealed in full today. The car is called the GTC4 Lusso, and in addition to that new name it also packs more power, a revised look and four-wheel steering. Jerry Seinfeld is selling some of the cars from his vast collection. The comedian is offering up 18 cars in total and while most...
Following last month’s announcement that famous Porsche collector Jerry Seinfeld would be selling some of his prize possessions at an auction taking place during next month’s 2016 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, organizers of the sale have now released the complete list of vehicles being offered by the comedian. There are 18...
Jerry Seinfeld is paring down his famous collection of classic Porsches. Your opportunity to own one comes next month at Amelia Island Auction from Gooding & Company. Continue reading What's the deal with all these Porsches SeinfeldShow More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld will be sending 16 Porsches from his own collection to the bidding block on March 11 at the Amelia Island Auction held by Gooding & Company. See also: Arnold Schwarzenegger's Mercedes Unimog is for sale on eBay for $350,980 It's...Show More Summary
In “Seinfeld: What ‘Nothing’ Really Means” by The Nerdwriter, host Evan Puschak explains what Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David meant by the phrase “A show about nothing,” and Seinfeld‘s connection to author Gustave Flaubert and his novel Madame Bovary.
(Steven Hayward) As I mentioned the other day, standup comedians employ what they call “runners,” which are themes and punch lines they set up for recurrent laughs. Think of Jerry Seinfeld’s “did you ever notice...” or “not that there’s anything wrong with that” schtick. Show More Summary
Genius comedian John Cleese has joined the long line of comedians (see also: Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock) who think that comedy is being ruined by political correctness, particularly on college campuses. The Monty Python and Fawlty Towers...Show More Summary
John Cleese has now officially joined the Jerry Seinfeld club of comedians who won't perform on college campuses because they feel there's too much political correctness. Yes, these men are being oppressed by the rest of us and our....
(Steven Hayward) We’re reported here before about how more and more comics such as Jerry Seinfeld won’t appear on college campuses because they’ve become politically correct humor-free zones, so it’s nice to see the estimable John Cleese showing up to join the chorus, admitting that he, too, is reluctant to appear any more on college campuses. Show More Summary
Acura is debuting its new NSX supercar in a wordless, classic rock-backed 30-second commercial released on Friday. See also: Jerry Seinfeld won't be getting the first $205,700 Acura NSX after all The spot — the car brand's first appearance...Show More Summary
Seinfeld may have ended more than a decade ago, but Jerry Seinfeld has remained in the limelight in some form or another over the past few years. Just a few weeks ago, for example, Seinfeld performed a 5-minute set during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld?s famed television show is known for many things. Outrageous plots. Crazy main characters. Even crazier supporting characters. But, one thing that it hasn?t been known for, so far, is tricking people into thinking it?s real. Now, someone who?s written into an advice column is able to say that they can finally take credit for that.Click To Continue Reading
Although there were no real lessons (not intended ones, anyway) to be had from Seinfeld, the sitcom did offer an ersatz etiquette class, showing viewers how to navigate sticky social situations, such as establishing the acceptable number of times you can dip the same chip, or setting ground rules in a new friendship. Show More Summary
Here's advice for Ask Amy: Watch "Seinfeld" reruns and maybe you won't get fooled again. One cheeky reader passed off a "Seinfeld" episode -- when Jerry meets baseball star Keith Hernandez and gets taken advantage of -- as a real-life dilemma. Show More Summary
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The New York Mets and Yoenis Cespedes agreed on three-year, $75 million deal on Friday night which includes an opt-out clause after (...)
Though Jerry Seinfeld is known to have a pretty impressive car collection, he tends to be secretive over what kind (and how many) he actually has. Fans of his Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee series may think they’re seeing his personal... via JustLuxe.com
EXCLUSIVE: Colin Quinn‘s streaming comedy series Cop Show will have its second-season premiere on February 2 on the Lexus-owned digital content channel LStudio.com. Following a somewhat critically acclaimed debut last year, Lexus picked up seasons two and three of the Saturday Night Live alum and Friend-Of-Seinfeld’s satire of police procedurals. Show More Summary