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Good for her!
It seemed like the audience didn't really understand what she'd just said though! Either that, or no one was excited about it. Hmm…
Ch-ch-check out the announcement (above) and see what you think, then watch the entire segment (below)!
We love ourselves some Jimmy Fallon! But this was literally the worst game of Pictionary we've ever seen!
The HIGHlarious Jerry Seinfeld and Martin Short should definitely not quit their day jobs as comedic geniuses… because they aren't very good at drawing!
And we have no idea WHAT YouTube sensation Miranda Sings is doing!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see if ANYONE scored some points on Monday night with these comedians at the easel!
So Kramer went on to found Crackle? Yeah, sounds about right.
Jerry Seinfeld has created another hit with his unique online talk show Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.
But his latest promo brings back one of the stars of his biggest hit - Kramer himself Michael Richards! This isn't the first time he's gone to bat for his troubled friend.
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the mini Seinfeld reunion!
What’s the deal with Seinfeld not being on Netflix?!?
We’ve been asking ourselves that question for years!
But brace yourselves, people! Because the funniest show to EVER be on television might soon be coming to the on-demand streaming media site!
When we first heard rumors about this awhile back, we were like, “Oh yeah, suuuuure. Like that would ever happen!”
Seinfeld on Netflix just seems too good to be true.
Even though we would pay any amount of money to make it happen!
When Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David debuted their groundbreaking sitcom Seinfeld, it was touted as a show about nothing.
We didn't know how right they were! Turns out over nine seasons you can rack up quite a bit of nothing!
Hope you like funky basslines! See the entire amazing "Nothing" super cut video …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Jimmy Fallon may be new to The Tonight Show, but his first standup comedian isn't!
Jerry Seinfeld has been appearing regularly on the show since 1981, and he still knows how to slay an audience!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the Sein staying current riffing on technology and slamming snail mail!