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Sunday (Nov. 18) is the 20th anniversary of the "Seinfeld" episode "The Contest." It's now considered one of the very best episodes of the series -- if not of any sitcom ever. Zap2it -- heck, the web as we know it -- didn't exist then. But if it had, this is how we would have recapped "The Contest" in our first ever Retro Rave. The items in parentheses are little factoids about the episode.
That's it. "Seinfeld" is king of the comedy county, lord of the laugh manor. Truly, the show is master of its domain.
The show has been on an unbelievable run this fall, and it came to a head, so to speak, this week with "The Contest," which has to be about the funniest and certainly the most innuendo-laden take on masturbation in TV history. Where to start?
("The Contest" Fact No. 1: Larry David won an »
There's been a long line of distinguished, accomplished men named "Zechariah" (Zac, Zach or Zack, for short) throughout the course of American history: 12th U.S. President Zachary Taylor, Most Popular Student at Bayside High Zack Morris, um…
With the intention of establishing who claims Zechariah Superiority – we've pitted the two against one another in a series of categories, and asked our old friend Zack Morris to provide some commentary on the debate.
Zack Morris Says: "Well allow me to recommend Zack Morris. He's cute, warm and affectionate."
Efron: Accepted to USC, but deferred his enrollment to »
- Kevin Polowy
Jake Gyllenhaal is going really dark here. In this new music video for French indie band the Shoes' song "Time to Dance," the actor seems to pick up where Christian Bale left off in American Psycho... Throughout the nearly nine-minute clip, Jake plays a ruthless serial killer with a fondness for fencing attire as he casually offs several folks with a sword—or any other deadly instrument he can get his devilish hands on. In between his evil ways, he makes time to work out, get a shave and grab some grub. Oh, and hit a few clubs to, well, do a helluva a lot more than just dance. Check it out. But be warned. Bubble Boy it ain't. »
Stacy Keibler just signed on with one of the biggest talent agencies in Hollywood ... she also happens to be dating George Clooney. Coincidence? We think not ... Keibler is now repped by Wme (aka William Morris Endeavor) ... nearly six years after leaving the WWE. Her list of credits -- 2 episodes of "Chuck" ... 1 episode of "Psych" ... 1 ep of "How I Met Your Mother" and a cameo in "Bubble Boy" ... and several red carpet appearances with her Super Powerful Boyfriend. »
- TMZ Staff
Actress Stacy Keibler has signed with Wme. Keibler's television credits include NBC's Chuck, USA's Psych and CBS' How I Met Your Mother. Her film credits include The Comebacks (2007), Bubble Boy (2001) and the forthcoming Dysfunctional Friends. Photos: Golden Globes 2012 Red Carpet Arrivals Keibler also competed in the second season of ABC's Dancing with the Stars and is known for appearing on World Wrestling Entertainment and World Championship Wrestling in the early- and mid-2000s. The actress also is dating George Clooney (repped by CAA) and attended Sunday's Golden Globe Awards with him. Keibler is also represented by
- Daniel Miller
5 items from 2012
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