It’s important to know what you want in life. Very important. The world is filled with infinite choices and opportunities. Every decision we make has consequences and every outcome leads us down a different, ever-mysterious path.
So, once again…I want my bacon served crispy yet flavorful.
To be fair, if bacon isn’t cooked properly, the rest of your day really is thrown off.
Have a Better Week Than Last Week.
Jerry Seinfeld’s new season of ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ premieres July 6 on Netflix. And the theme is “Think short.”
Ohhhh yeah (chick chicka chicka).
Martin Short is one of the funniest people on the planet. Martin Short never appears to be, well, short of comedic confidence (c’mon, it wrote itself). He also has the tendency to transform into absurdly wild, yet hysterical characters.
In today’s flashback on a Friday afternoon, let’s travel back a couple years to
Martin Short Jiminy Glick interviewing the brilliantly astute comedy icon Jerry Seinfeld.
What’s the deal with Jiminy Glick?
He’s odd…ly entertaining.
No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
This has been the response of comedic legend Jerry Seinfeld when confronted by relentless fan requests to do a traditional Seinfeld reunion (count me in that group of fans). While the non-reunion Seinfeld reunion on Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm a few years back was rather perfect in its own way, there’s still a void in our hearts because it played on HBO. Seinfeld deserves a brilliant primetime return just as it was during the sitcom’s glory days in the ’90s. Don’t forget that 76 million people tuned into the two-part series finale. Even if you cut that number in half, that sitcom audience would be unprecedented in the modern media landscape defined by countless shows, cable TV and a variety of on-demand streaming services.
But what’s Jerry’s answer today…?
What’s the deal with possibility?
Ladies and gentlemen, a Seinfeld reboot has just metaphorically left Ellen’s hometown of New Orleans (or NO, for short) and has now taken flight into the heavenly skies of possibility above.
Just like an o
val circle, the past always seems to find a way of coming back around.