Post by Jenny Erikson. Oh geez. Have you heard recently about how politically correct college campuses are? Even Jerry Seinfeld had something to say about it. Anyway, here is the end-all of college campus political correctness -- the...Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld, in his prime and still today, is a comedic genius. We all know that, whether or not our worldviews or personal narratives want us to admit it. That said, Seinfeld is also a genius when it comes to … More » Jerry Seinfeld...Show More Summary
Want to be more successful? Drop the business books for a day and binge-watch some Seinfeld instead.
Colin Quinn and Jerry Seinfeld have been griping a lot lately about political correctness, fretting over some restrictive new world order of comedy in which funny folks just can’t speak their minds about race or gays or women without over-sensitive eggheads getting all riled up. Show More Summary
“When Mark Whitaker’s ‘Cosby: His Life and Times’ debuted on Sept. 16, 2014, it hit shelves with an enviable roster of A-listers singing the praises of the first major biography of the veteran comedian — as well as its subject,”...
Jerry Seinfeld is no longer worshipping at the altar of Bill Cosby. According to report from the Washington Times, the sitcom star and standup icon has pulled his support for Cosby’s 2014 biography written by Mark Whitaker. The book’s...Show More Summary
Jerry Seinfeld is a pretty productive guy, but he’s also a that’s had to deal with immense amounts of pressure. This mental trick can help you alter your perspective and calm your nerves during high-stress moments.http://lifehacker.com/jerry-seinfeld... Read more...
A rep for both Jerry Seinfeld and David Letterman said today they don't want their positive blurbs about Bill Cosby on his recent biography used in the future.
Mary Tyler Moore and Billy Crystal could very well be following their lead
The foundation of Jerry Seinfeld's comedy, whether in his stand-up or his '90s sitcom, is finding the absurdities of everyday life, the significance of the insignificant. And as he told comedic filmmaker Judd Apatow last year in an interview...Show More Summary
With Windows 10's launch little more than a week away, Microsoft kicked off its marketing storm last night with the first commercial for the new OS. It's a bit more direct and human than the company's infamous Jerry Seinfeld/Bill Gates ads, with a focus on children and how they're growing up with touchscreens and a wealth of new tech. Show More Summary
The "shut it down" crowd that would sanitize humor just doesn't get it: Radical comedians should be allies
"Trainwreck" director Judd Apatow looks back on the interview he conducted with Jerry Seinfeld as a teenager in 1984. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
By any normal standards, the Seinfeld four aren't always the best of friends to each other. But despite their often questionable morals, sometimes we just can't help but wish we were part of their circle. Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer are admittedly hysterical, and they're not afraid to tell it like it is. Show More Summary
32. Jerry Seinfeld 31. Wayne’s World 30. The other Scott Walker 29. Nutmeg 28. New album is live album 27. Live music 26. “It’s a cover, actually” 25. It’s just air 24. No wait it’s nitrous 23. Haunted houses 22. “Atmospheric horror” 21. Tea 20. Parades 19. Principles 18. Situations 17. Johnny Depp 16. The […]
The Colbeard makes a true confession to fellow funnyman Jerry Seinfeld. On Thursday's episode of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee", Jerry Seinfeld welcomed soon-to-be Late Night host Stephen Colbert to discuss his future in network late night and why he had gotten Colbert Report fatigue. Show More Summary
The former host of ‘The Colbert Report’ opened up to Jerry Seinfeld about why he wanted to quit his show, his new gig as host of ‘Late Show,’ and much more.
During a guest appearance in the season finale of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” hosted by Jerry Seinfeld, Stephen Colbert revealed that he was planning on leaving “The Colbert Report” even before he was picked to be David Letterman’s successor. “I was ready to stop. I was going to stop...
This week is Stephen Colbert's turn to be Jerry Seinfeld's guest on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. The thick gray beard on the late night host reveals that the pair taped the web series episode a few months back, before Colbert's Late Show preparation was fully underway.
David Letterman be damned: Stephen Colbert says he was going to quit The Colbert Report even before the late-night host left The Late Show. As Colbert tells Jerry Seinfeld in the latest episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, he...Show More Summary