“I wanted to know why aren’t there more black women … In general.”
“It’s not a lie if you believe it.”
Apologies in advance to poor Emma Stone, whose name becomes something really gross when you rearrange the letters.
Gaga, FLOTUS, and The Ragtime Gals in a mere five days? What a week!
“We’re too into this thing. I don’t know how we got so into it.”
The comedian also called one of the hedge fund and retail world’s biggest battles “fascinating.” There’s no sale big enough.
“Why would I put a show on a big heavy rectangle in your house when I could put it in your pocket?” he said of his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee during a BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning interview.
During a BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning interview, the former Seinfeld star and co-creator said it is “anti-comedy” to approach the genre like it’s “the census.”
“I was saying, ‘If we’re gonna do Jerry and George, I just gotta say, “Hello, Newman” one more time,’” the comedian told BuzzFeed with a laugh before BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning on Monday. “I mean, you never want to pass up that opportunity.”
BuzzFeed and CBS This Morning bring you an interview with Business Editor Peter Lauria and Jerry Seinfeld, live 6:30 - 7:15p ET.
What’s the deal with all these quizzes?
Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander got back down to the petty arguing that delighted us all in an episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
Jerry Seinfeld revealed on a radio show on Thursday that his and Jason Alexander’s outing at Tom’s Restaurant was filmed. And that other Seinfeld alumni — Larry David, included — are involved!
Plus 10 great songs by unlikable singers, a school of journalism named after Ron Burgundy, and an ode to the late Blockbuster.
Left swipes. Left swipes all around.
Celebratory little kicks are in order.
Plus life-changing sex advice from killer shark movies, the inside story of how J.K. Rowling’s pseudonym got uncovered, and a very questionable new use for Red Bull.
It’s been 15 years since Seinfeld went off the air. Here is a wonderful behind-the-scenes look at the final days of the show.
This new episode from the second season of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee is both entertaining and funny.
Grab a booth at Monk’s Café and prepare to test your knowledge on the “show about nothing.”
“Seinfeld Babies” even parodies the “The Contest.”
A look back on the best pseudonyms from the characters of Seinfeld.
The characters from nearly all of your favorite TV shows, from The Simpsons to Lost to Seinfeld, can be traced back to Detective Munch of Law & Order: SVU. He knows everyone.
Along with Jimmy Fallon, A.D. Miles, and Higgins on last night’s episode of Late Night.
Seriously, the comedic dream team.