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Jerry Seinfeld & Michael Richards Chat About His N-Word Scandal

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Michael Richards is still alive! (And nuts!)

We haven't seen hide or pompadoured hair of Cosmo Kramer since he infamously lashed out at an African-Amrican heckler during a stand up set at the Laugh Factory seven years ago!

For those of you who don't remember: he said something lovely like, "Fifty years ago we'd have you upside down with a f*cking fork up your ass."

Understandably, he was pretty much shunned and shut out of the entertainment industry never to be seen again… UNTIL NOW!

Jerry Seinfeld recently had Richards on his web series to talk about everything that went down!

He seems VERY remorseful… and just a little out of his mind.

Watch the whole episode (above), oooooor skip to the 14 minute mark to hear Michael talk about the N-word debacle!

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6 comments to “Jerry Seinfeld & Michael Richards Chat About His N-Word Scandal”

  1. jack says – reply to this


    1

    This was lovely. It's good to see these two with still so much to say and with so much respect for one another. Michael Richard has a tremendous wit and tremendous timing.
    I hope he lets go of the past and continues to move forward. We are all constantly evolving here on this life bus. The learning curve can be quite steep.



  2. 2

    Re: jack – Well said!



  3. 3

    Love them both, but no one was better than Michael Richards as Krammer! Still love that show, and Krammer is still my favorite!



  4. 4

    He seems extremely sane to me. Not surprising you see him as crazy.

  5. dirtydesertdog says – reply to this


    5

    mike, we all say things in anger and in a way that is meant to rip who ever is on the other end apart. it might have been a selfish act but not racist. the greater part of society knows your no racist. were over it. we need you to get over it. come back buddy.

  6. Lauren says – reply to this


    6

    I can't believe it's been seven years since that incident. This was a really sweet video.

    "It's up to you to say, 'I've been carrying this bag enough. I'm going to put it down'."

    Those are powerful words from a good friend.