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.
Ben's dad Sam shows up one night with a note from Ben's mother (Sam's wife of 46 years), that she has left. While Ben's wife and his three sisters try to find her, Ben takes Sam on a day ... See full summary »
Working inside a Walk/Don't Walk traffic light isn't as easy as it looks. When you learn more about Lester and James' life, you will never cross a street in the same way - especially if Julia isn't far away.
Jason Alexander, of Seinfeld fame, narrates truTV's new comedy series Clipaholics. Each week, viewers are assaulted with the funniest, most outrageous video clips from around the world. ... See full summary »
Jerry Seinfeld and an animated Superman continue their humorous banter during a road trip. When Jerry's keys get locked in his car, not even Superman's helpful suggestions can prevail over ... See full summary »
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 »
I love this show. It reminds me of all of those silly and funny game shows of the 70s. Yes, not crazy about the host but he may get better with time. This show does not pretend to be anything else. I like the idea of different panels. Again its like Match Game or one of those. They need to have Betty White on it, she was queen of those shows. I grew up on those shows and they were always fun to me with their "Whoopie" comments and innuendos. These other reviewers take themselves way too seriously. It is just meant to be silly fun. I do think they will run out of people but then again everyone in America seems to love airing their dirty laundry.
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