What happens when an up-and-coming rapper from Washington D.C. hangs out with with a Jewish comic from the Upper West Side? No awkward-yet-hilarious rapping, we’re sad to say. There might just be a seed of a sitcom, though. Check out Wale’s visit with unlikely hero Jerry Seinfeld. More ▸
By Jana Banin
In case you were concerned that Jerry Seinfeld’s web series might follow in the footsteps of his eponymous television show and be about nothing, he has gone ahead and given it an incredibly descriptive title. In the second season of “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee,” which premieres June 13th at noon, Seinfeld drives lots of… More ▸
Some comedy bits never get old. One of them, Abbot & Costello’s hilarious baseball/word play bit “Who’s On First” from the 1940s, is still one of the funniest and most remembered of all time. Last week, the bit got an update with courtesy of Jimmy Fallon, who recreated the famous scene from the 1945 film “The Naughty… More ▸
As one of the worst storms in U.S. history took its toll on the Northeast, celebrities who live in New York City (and elsewhere) took to Twitter with their thoughts and updates.
Thanks for all the concerned tweets… Thank goodness we are all okay… Thinking of those who aren’t #sandy
— Debra Messing (@DebraMessing)
October 30, 2012
I know it’s tough now, New York, but picture yourself next summer, lying on a warm, calm beach, with nothing to remind you of Sandy
— B.J. Novak (@bjnovak) October 30, 2012
Sending love to all in Long Beach L.I. My home town. bc
— Billy Crystal (@BillyCrystal) October 30, 2012 More ▸
Yes, people, this is probably the biggest debate you’ll be hearing all day. Well, not REALLY. But the use of the word “Really?!” became a hot topic over the last few days, after New York Times television critic Neil Genzlinger wrote an editorial piece about it on Monday. Genzlinger claims that saying “Really?!” (with a… More ▸
The legendary comedian and filmmaker Mel Brooks and fellow funnyman Carl Reiner met up with Jerry Seinfeld for Seinfeld’s web show “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.” During one of takes from the filming, we find Brooks being extremely unhappy about Seinfeld’s decision to end his popular show “Seinfeld,” even 15 years after it actually happened…. More ▸
Jerry Seinfeld’s new web series ‘Comedians in a Car Getting Coffee’ is about, well, comedians in a car getting coffee
Jerry Seinfeld released the first episode of his new web series over the weekend, and it doesn’t disappoint — if you’re either a Seinfeld fan or a fan of shows whose title is an exact explanation of the content. The first episode of “Comedians in a Car Getting Coffee” featured Seinfeld and his fellow “Seinfeld”… More ▸
Happy Fourth of July Everyone!
America is celebrating its 236th birthday and we decided to show some of our favorite Jewish celebrities celebrating America the way it should be celebrated – by doing American things and wearing outrageously patriotic red, white and blue gear!
So how are the Jewish celebrities celebrating the 4th?
1. Natalie Portman is drinking a beer More ▸
A TMZ photographer found Jerry Seinfeld parking his bike in New York City yesterday and starting asking him questions. Bad ones. They were so bad (“What do you do with your time?” and “What was your worst performance?”) that Jerry himself told him he has to come up more provocative questions if he hopes to make… More ▸
Each week, 6 Degrees No Bacon, the Jewish celebrity blog, brings you the Weekly Sizzle, the five most interesting Jewish celebrity stories featuring commentary from our devoted correspondents. This week’s stories: 1. The return of Ferris Bueller & Jerry Seinfeld, for the Super Bowl (commercial) win! 2. California synagogue convinces Mel Gibson that Jews are awesome 3. Mark Cuban’s purrfect investment… More ▸