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"I know a little something about finales and disappointed fans," wrote the "Seinfeld" star.
The actor channeled his inner George Costanza to defend Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) against the Texas Republican.
Star uses his comedy chops in a Democrat's campaign ad attacking California's Dana Rohrabacher.
Late night hosts and comedians responded to the sexual harassment allegations against Louis C.K.
Price also gives a significant amount of screen time to Abby Pogrebin, who played a small ensemble role (Evelyn) in the musical
There's probably nothing better he could have said.
Authorities say he sent video of a young girl engaging in sex acts.
Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer are admittedly hysterical, and they're not afraid to tell it like it is.
After the telecast (discussed in my post here), Broadway is all about the after-parties. There is the official Tony Gala at the Plaza. Then each show or each lead producer usually hosts their own party.
Image via Facebook Read Alexander's full statement here. Remember Susan Ross? Of course you do: she was George Costanza's
I'm also here to report someone asked Larry about whether his hit HBO series, Curb Your Enthusiasm, is coming back. It's probably the most asked question to Larry, other than, "Can I take a selfie with you?" Unfortunately, Larry doesn't do "selfies."
If Seinfeld is TV's funniest sitcom, what in turn is the funniest joke from TV's funniest sitcom? And would this joke then, by sheer elimination, be the funniest line ever uttered in a situation comedy?
Getting to know yourself better, deeper, and more intimately has fallen under all kinds of labels from meditation to masturbation, from navel gazing to spiritual grazing. The truth is, some people embrace self-examination while others are forced to confront themselves in a mirror.
"Seinfeld" fans know George Costanza, played by Jason Alexander, is based on creator Larry David. That's what added to the