Contrary to popular belief, Seinfeld did not crawl under a rock after his show ended and forgot he was famous. It was, in fact, on purpose. In a recent video posted on The Huffington Post, Seinfeld admits he just didn’t like “being a thing:” I left LA and I tried to break back into the… More ▸
Tis the season … to give drunken, online gratitude, that is. On Saturday night, Howard Stern and his wife, Beth, spent a couple of hours calling up Twitter fans and shootin’ the breeze with them. Stern tweeted on New Year’s Eve, “Beth and I are drunk dialing. What’s your phone number?” to which a plethora… More ▸
CNN came out with a list of the top celebrity health stories of 2011, and Tribe members have certainly made their mark. Sure, Charlie Sheen and Kate Middleton may top the list for their respective issues (Sheen, of course, for being crazy, and Middleton sure lost a lot of pre-wedding weight) but Jewish celebrities had… More ▸
In true “Borat” fashion, Sasha Baron Cohen has decided to toe the line of propriety and release a statement about Kim Jong Il’s death… as the main character from his new movie, The Dictator. The statement, which was faxed to The Huffington Post, reads as follows:
I am saddened to learn of the passing of my dear friend Kim Jong-Il. Our thoughts go out to his wife and 813 children.”K-Jo” was a great leader, good friend and average double’s badminton partner. He died as he lived, in 3 inch lifts. An extraordinary man, he did so much to spread compassion, wisdom and uranium throughout the world.
On behalf of myself, Ahmadinejad, Chavez, and Newt Gingrich, we would like to welcome his son, Kim Jon-Un into the “Axis of Evil”
Oh, my. So many different ways that this could be offensive. Mocking the dead? Hating on Gringrich? Let’s just go for the fact that Cohen now fancies himself a dictator that mocks eulogizes real-life tyrants.
Also, here’s a copy of the actual fax: More ▸
**** With drooping blue eyes the nightly satirist’s gaze probes a nation’s soul **** Happy Birthday, Jon Stewart (49). We know you’re one of ours because you make us laugh, cry and feel guilty all at the same time. More ▸
Stan Lee, the mind behind such mega-popular comic book franchises including Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk and the X-Men, is being recognized for his work and vision at the the 10th Annual Visual Effects Society’s (VES) where he will be given its Lifetime Achievement Award. “Thanks to Mr. Lee’s fantastic creations and amazing stories he not only… More ▸