A look at the work of two stand-up comics, Jerry Seinfeld and a lesser-known newcomer, detailing the effort and frustration behind putting together a successful act and career while living a life on the road.
Jerry Seinfeld and Superman hang out in Manhattan, comically chatting about everything from restaurant reservations to the essence of being the Man of Steel. But not even Superman can ... See full summary »
Inspired by Ted L. Nancy's book "Letters from a Nut" the letter-writing prankster reveals his true identity and takes his bizarre inquiries to corporate headquarters, hotels and sports teams a step further.
Barbara Anne Klein
I rented this and loved it. If you enjoyed Seinfeld on Broadway, you will also enjoy seeing Jerry in this, except here he's a little younger. This is a completely different set than he does in "Telling You for the Last Time" and it runs for about 50 minutes. This one is unique however because there are little segments in which he adresses the camera and acts out sequences which coincide with the standup topic. They usually involve him pretending to be himself as a kid or teaching kids in a classroom about the mysteries of Dads. It was a great find and good to see Jerry in action again.
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