“The Closer” delivers more of what people love and hate about the GOAT.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has hit the bottom of the barrel.
Iconic Broadway legend Neil Simon, who was responsible for hits such as “The Odd Couple, has died at the age of 91.
Controversies involving Jimmy Kimmel and “The Simpsons” highlight a perennial question.
Netflix no longer offers President Frank Underwood. They’re lining up a replacement.
Donald Trump’s speech yesterday at a meeting of the Republican Jewish Coalition was as bizarre as anything else we’ve seen from him.
The GOP’s shutdown was about as pointless as a show about waiting for a table in a Chinese restaurant.
Jokes aren’t funny if you have to explain them. Explaining how the joke got written can be marginally funny.
When Jerry Seinfeld writes a letter to the editor, the editor publishes the letter. Really.
So, what’s up with Donald Trump’s bizarre hairdo? He insists it’s not a comb-over.
A New York judge has sided with comedian Jerry Seinfeld in a bizarre lawsuit by a crazy woman who writes cookbooks.
Some members of Congress sleep in their offices in lieu of renting residences in DC. Fiscally responsible or kinda odd?
Charles Murray argues that the Tea Party is right to complain about out-of-touch elites.
Has the digitization of entertainment — DVRs, iPods, iPods, digital cameras, Netflix, and so forth — transformed it from fun into work?
A Princeton economist has devised a formula for a classic sitcom paradox.
The most shocking news about Larry King’s retirement announcement was the realization that he was still on the air.