Jerry Seinfeld knows how much TV is out there, so he's selling his Netflix show “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” as a brief morsel that doesn't take too much time to enjoy. A lot like a tasty cup o' joe. “Don't you have enough to keep track of without trying to remember who's a wizard, who's a machine, who's a zombie?,” Seinfeld asks in the new trailer for Season 10 of the interview series. “Our average episode is only 14 minutes long. Unlike our competitors, we're not trying to take you away from all you have to do. We think your life is pretty good.” The Emmy-nominated Netflix series (originally on Crackle) features Seinfeld pairing a different vintage car to each of his venerated interview
Trump supporter Stephen Baldwin says the “best comedy performance” his brother, who plays Trump on “Saturday Night Live,” could give would be to run for office. “Listen, Alec, he's won Emmys for his comedy. He's done all kinds of things,” Stephen Baldwin said Tuesday in an interview on 77 WABC's “Bernie and Sid in the Morning,” when asked about a potential White House by his famous sibling. “I think the best comedy performance Alec Baldwin could ever give America is to run for office,” Baldwin told hosts Sidney Rosenberg and Bernard McGuirk with a laugh. The 52-year-old “Usual Suspects” star has clashed politically with his older brother, Alec. Stephen Baldwin, a former “Celebrity Apprentice”
Jerry Seinfeld yuks it up alongside some truly hilarious people in comedy, as his selections touch on relative newcomers like Hasan Minhaj, to the deceased comedy legend Jerry Lewis. As for the celebrities not mentioned so far, the new season also includes Tracy Morgan, Kate McKinnon, Ellen DeGeneres, Dana Carvey, Neil Brennan, Brian Regan, Zach Galifianakis, and John Mulaney. Seinfeld appears to be in his element with each one, and is even able to crack a joke during what appears to be the bleakest of conversations. Of course, we're sure Morgan was fine with Seinfeld's joke he made during his time with the comedian, as all guests on the show usually have a pretty great sense of humor. Fans will
An old timey new trailer for Season 10 features Matthew Broderick in a lab coat, selling the Emmy-nominated interview series as short and sweet.
Clearview Treatment Programs is excited to host “DBT Strategies for Treating Adolescents, Young Adults and their Families” on Friday, June 22, 2018, at the Marina del Rey Marriott in Marina del Rey, Ca. The strategies and techniques in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) provide useful insights and tools in working with adolescents and young adults and are linked to successful outcomes. When treating adolescents and young adults, it is critical to offer support and treatment to their families. Dr. Alec L. Miller, PsyD, co-founder and clinical director of Cognitive & Behavioral Consultants (CBC) in New York and internationally noted expert in DBT for adolescents and families, will teach you skills
Everyone suffers from self-doubt - even celebrities. But as a way to embrace what makes them different, strong, female figures such as Iskra Lawrence, 27, Yara Shahidi, 18, and Hilaria Baldwin, 34, have all taken to social media to share some of their biggest body insecurities. The campaign is part of Aerie's new Love The Swim You're In initiative and so far other celebrities such as Rachel Platten, 37, Lili Reinhart, 21, Gabrielle Union, 45, Mia Kang, 29, and Sarah Tripp, 26, have participated by posing in their favorite styles from the new Summer '18 collection and sharing their body struggles. The group of women hope that by sharing some of the things that make them self conscious, they
Alec Baldwin claims if he ran for president he would '1000 per cent win'. The 60-year-old actor, famous for impersonating Trump on SNL, said that winning the presidency would be a simple feat for him on The Howard Stern Show on Monday. 'If I ran I would win, I would absolutely win. I would 1000 per cent win... It'd be the funniest, most exciting, most crazy campaign,' he said on the show. Scroll down for video He also threw a jab at President Trump said he would only run to bring some 'common sense' into office. 'The only reason I say that is because I'd love to run for that kind of position just to have things be very common sense. There are so many things that this country needs to do that
Alec Baldwin has been one of Donald Trump's most outspoken critics, and the “30 Rock” actor told Howard Stern in an appearance on the latter's SiriusXM show Monday that there's no doubt he'd beat the president if he were to run against him in 2020. “If I ran, I would win,” Baldwin proclaimed. “I would absolutely win. I 1,000 percent would win.” The only things preventing the actor from running against Trump, he says, is his commitment to hosting ABC's “The Match Game,” and his family. Baldwin said that his wife Hilaria would disapprove of his seeking the presidency. Also Read: Alec Baldwin Advises 'SNL' Alum What to Say When His Kids Ask About Stormy Daniels' Cameo “It would be the funniest,