So sad and scary.
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They're so talented!
So it's no surprise Jimmy couldn't resist playing a game of Wheel of Impressions with MacFarlane when he came by on The Tonight Show (above)!
Each person gets a random celebrity name as well as a random topic to talk about and they must do their best to discuss the topic in that specific voice!
Ch-ch-check out the incredible talent in the video (above)!
We always wondered….
On Wednesday night, Jason Alexander talked a bit with Howard Stern on his talk show about, well, what else…Seinfeld!
Alexander, who played George on the hit sitcom, even spilled some details about why his fiancé, Susan, played by Heidi Swedberg, was suddenly killed off in the show. And by suddenly we mean she was accidentally poisoned by the glue on George and Susan's wedding invitations.
Believe it or not, she wasn't just offed for comedic effect or anything, it was actually because she was difficult to do scenes with! Jason shared:
Seinfeld fans, rejoyce!
Elaine and Jerry will reunite once again on Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee!
Julia Louis-Dreyfus will join the comedy legend on his hit Crackle web series that's set to return June 3.
Check out the trailer (below) to see some cool rides, warm java, and witty repartee!
David Letterman's final show on Wednesday night brought in his biggest ratings since 1994!
That's a major coup in the late night wars for CBS as they said goodbye to the funny man's 33-year late night career.
In fact, the Late Show with David Letterman registered a 4.1 rating in the coveted age 25-54 demographic, and in the 18-49 demographic Letterman logged a 3.1 rating.
Farewell in retirement, David, and congrats on going out on a high note!
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David Letterman's 33-year reign as the King of Late Night has officially come to an end!
On Wednesday, the TV host signed off from his show, The Late Show, for the last time. We knew his farewell would be one to remember — but we didn't realize we'd have to hold back tears!
The 16-time Emmy winner made sure his send off was both star-studded and incredibly touching! AH-Mazing!
So, let's take a moment to honor the top FIVE moments from the 68-year-old's FIERCE last episode!
What an amazing send off!
David Letterman has been a staple of late night TV ever since he took the desk back in 1993, and now he's being honored in the best way possible.
For Dave's final episode on CBS, we got to see the best bits of his 22 years as host, including an excellent opening monologue and some of his most famous interviews.
But not only was the episode about remembering his best moments, it was also about creating some memorable TV!
A ton of famous faces came out to support Dave; including President Barack Obama and the three POTUSs before him, as well as Tina Fey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Barbara Walters, and Chris Rock, just to name a few.
It was such an amazing way to celebrate Dave, and we're really going to miss him in late night, but we're excited to see what Stephen Colbert and his team can do in the slot!
Ch-ch-check out Dave's final monologue and Top 10 (above & below)!!!
Get ready for every season to be the Summer of George!
Hulu is trying to take on Netflix any way they can and their latest move may tip the scale in their favor!
The streaming giant has reportedly bought the SVOD, or subscription video on demand, rights for Seinfeld but it's the numbers they paid in the deal that have many eyes popping from their sockets!
That's because the deal that Hulu made with Sony Pictures TV for all 180 episodes is a whopping $180 million dollars!
That's a lot of cheddar but it may be worth it for the show many consider to be the greatest series ever!!
This deal is going to be a festivus for the rest of us!!!