God bless Jerry Seinfeld for referencing The Larry Sanders Show. Last night on The Late Show with David Letterman, after swapping places with the retiring talk show host to interview Dave as a guest, the comedian brought up his favorite...Show More Summary
Ashly Holloway is best-known for playing little Sammi Greene -- opposite Larry David and Jeff Garlin -- in the HBO comedy series "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Guess what she looks like now!
Larry David's Broadway debut "Fish in the Dark" was a smash hit before the first curtain even raised. The play broke the all-time record for advanced ticket sales, with a reported $13.5 million haul ahead of its premiere. Audiences are...Show More Summary
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The day after Trevor Noah was spotted taking in the Mets home opener with Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, he can be seen making a brief appearance in the teaser for the sixth season of Seinfeld's web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Noah is joined by once and future late night hosts Bill Maher and a still-heavily bearded Stephen Colbert.
Rita Wilson had a double mastectomy and reconstruction after being diagnosed with invasive lobular carcinoma, the actress and singer shared with People in an exclusive statement. She took a leave of absence from Larry David’s Broadway play Fish in the Dark to have the procedures. Read more...
On Monday, before he was spotted hanging out with Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David at the Mets home opener, new Daily Show host Trevor Noah popped up in the Twitter feed of "Egypt's Jon Stewart," Bassem Youssef
Actress Rita Wilson was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and has undergone a double mastectomy, she tells People. Wilson, 58, has taken a leave from the Broadway play in which she was starring, Larry David's Fish in the Dark, to have the procedure, which was done last week. She says she expects... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Rita Wilson Tom Hanks
Future Daily Show host Trevor Noah is getting tips on being a fancy boy in the big city from some experts: The comedian-slash-Twitter target was at the Mets' opening day in a luxury suite with Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David and Matthew Broderick. The Mets even won! [ more › ]
Just a couple of wealthy gents seeing each other socially.
On Monday, New York's Jewish comedy royalty were seen embracing Trevor Noah, the new Daily Show host who has been accused of anti-Semitism after people started digging through his Twitter history and found a handful of jokes about Israel.
Maybe if we all ask very nicely, Larry David will just come back with another season of Curb Your Enthusiasm. That’s where my thoughts kept returning as I watched The Comedians, which premieres Thursday night at 10 and is FX’s latest...Show More Summary
More comedians should be like Larry David. Asking questions. And Passover is nothing if not a holiday about questions. So... L.D. & Passover? A perfect match. It was the AHA Gefilte Fish moment. Sweet memories of Passovers Past were swirling in my head -- from Maxwell House Hagaddahs to mom's matzoh ball soup. Show More Summary
Larry Wilmore, Robin Roberts and David Muir are among the top talkers, machers and moguls spinning the ever-accelerating news cycle in the Big Apple.
OK, since this is the final round, you’re allowed to make as many Calvin and Hobbes jokes and as many dick jokes as you want. These two guys have been through a lot together. To get here, Hobbes defeated, in order, Larry David, Leo Tolstoy, Chris Rock, Ed Wood, and Miguel de Cervantes; while Dick […] The post The championship! Thomas Hobbes vs. Show More Summary
Says David Blaska, linking to "The Closing of the Campus Mind" at The Weekly Standard. I see that, in the comments, a couple people name me and that Larry Kaufmann says: "I'm not sure Ann Althouse qualifies." I agree with Larry. There's no way the University of Wisconsin deserves credit for having "conservatives" by having me. Show More Summary
When reports emerged that a dog had allegedly been poisoned at Crufts, David Cameron appeared to be extremely worried that a similar fate might befall the Downing Street cat, Larry.… Continue reading The post Whatever happened to Larry the Downing Street cat’s increased security? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Larry David has been getting rave reviews for his Broadway debut, Fish In The Dark, but months before the play debuted he was already looking for ways to get out of starring in it. Now that it's a sold-out hit, David has finalized his exit strategy: bringing in Professional Larry David impersonator Jason Alexander to replace him. [ more › ]
It’s a big day for Seinfeld-related pop culture news. First we got word that Julia Louis-Dreyfus may be
Toupee or not toupee. That is the question. Whether or not you're surprised at the news that Jason Alexander will replace Larry David on Broadway this summer in David's play, Fish in the Dark -- you're not surprised, how could you be surprised, seriously, since Alexander's most famous role came playing a fictional version of […]