Today (Jan. 30) is 'National Inane Answering Machine Message Day.' It's a day to celebrate those long annoying messages on your answering machine or voicemail... and there are none better than George Costanza's from 'Seinfeld!'
This cracks me up, no matter how many times I see or hear it...
A few weeks ago we were over the moon to learn that Jerry Seinfeld and his titular sitcom's creator Larry David would reteam for a "huge" new project in the near future that neither could talk about, though it seems the cat's out of the bag now. Find out what brings David and Seinfeld together again, and whether or not we'll see the finished product on TV in the future!
'Seinfeld' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' creator Larry David can be a tough nut to crack with regard to future projects, given David's most recent underwhelming HBO effort 'Clear History' took the place of a new season for 'Curb,' but is his biggest project yet in the works? Jerry Seinfeld himself claims to have begun work on a new collaboration with former partner David, but what could it be?
The cast of 'Seinfeld' sure are having a nice couple of days, what with a 60 Minutes poll declaring the series the greatest sitcom of all time, and Michael Richards' TV return, but the best news of all might belong to 'Community.' We've just learned that a former 'Seinfeld' star will go from TV's greatest sitcom to its most under-appreciated, guesting in 'Community's upcoming fourth season. So wha
Just earlier today we reported the recent development that readers had chosen 'Seinfeld' as the greatest sitcom in televised history, reminding us all of the show's golden NBC days. And while the infamous "Seinfeld Curse" has long since been broken by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 'Seinfeld's' most controversial star Michael Richards is heading back to TV for his first regular role in a decade. T
Since the golden age of television, there have been milestone comedy shows. In the 1950's we watched I Love Lucy and The Honeymooners. In the 1960's we saw great comedies like 'The Beverly Hillbillies' and the 'Dick Van Dyke Show.' In the 1970's there was 'All In The Family' and the 'Mary Tyler Moore Show.' The 1980's saw 'The Cosby Show' and 'Cheers.'