After much hype about a “Seinfeld” reunion, the project was revealed during Super Bowl XLVIII – and Jerry Seinfeld said he was “pretty sure” no larger reunion was coming.
A Seinfeld “reunion,” Tim Tebow poking fun at himself and Stephen Colbert’s eagle were some of the highlights.
Oh, the intrigue! Boomer & Carton producer Al Dukes somehow convinced Seinfeld to participate in a game of 20 questions, and you won’t believe what came out.
The guys were all fired up to see him and Jerry was equally excited to see them. Jerry is a big fan of the show and the station, and he shared some great stories of his relationship with WFAN.
Al Dukes had the thrill of a lifetime when he got to meet the one and only Jerry Seinfeld at the Gotham Comedy Club for the ‘Laugh For Sight’ charity event, hosted by none other than Craig Carton.
From Broadway to Hollywood, Robert Klein has entertained audiences for more than 40 years. The legendary comedian joined us to talk about Laugh For Sight, an all-star comedy benefit, that he is headlining along with fellow comedian Jerry Seinfeld. It is hosted by WFAN’s Craig Carton.
First we heard Mets manager Terry Collins talking about a higher power or something after being asked about Matt Harvey…
Legendary comedian Jerry Seinfeld will be part of tonight’s SNY broadcast of the Giants-Mets game, a career move Craig advises against — and he offered a few reasons why.
Seinfeld will appear on the pregame show and then join Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling for the call of the game against the San Francisco Giants.
This is worse than the second spitter! Seinfeld says there’s nothing funny about the way some All-Stars were treated Tuesday night.
What if Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer were living in the New York City with of the 21st century with all the technology to boot? A new Twitter account has created that reality.
Jerry Seinfeld announced Wednesday that he has added a show in Long Island to his upcoming tour in December, and that he will donate the proceeds to relief efforts for Superstorm Sandy victims.
Jerry Seinfeld, Blondie, Roberta Flack & More Coming To St. George Theatre In Staten Island
Hopefully it won’t be all “yadda yadda yadda” when Jerry Seinfeld brings his shtick back to Thursday nights in New York City.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has always been a loyal Mets fan. But when limited partnerships of the club went on sale last year, he had zero interest in buying a piece.