I recently attended a movie premiere in New York City. It was kind of a big deal. A colleague of my mother recently produced a documentary on the life, times and comedic genius of Gilda Radner. Having grown up in Continue reading
I get that at times I’m beginning to sound like an old codger. It’s an inevitable (and often quite fun) part of the aging process. But no bad deed should go unpunished. Not that long ago, I wrote about my Continue reading
I sent my mother a text the other night. CNN was airing its very first episode of a series they call “The Seventies.” Their first installment covered the golden age of television, an era that gave us such legendary and Continue reading
SportsChump has always been on the cutting edge when it comes to hardcore, provocative sports analysis. This, my friends, is another one of those times. Please allow me to turn the lights down low, slip some Marvin Gaye onto the Continue reading
Hotels.com has a new mascot. His name is Captain Obvious. His pitch in their relatively entertaining, television spots is that using their website to book a vacation is the obvious choice. Years ago while hosting Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update, Continue reading
I just spent a rather gruesome week in the hospital. I won’t bore you with the gory details of how many needles I had stuck in me. Let’s just say I was given more shots than I sell on your Continue reading
Chris Rock is one of the funniest men alive. His scratchy, high-pitched voice and string bean frame have kept us in stitches ever since he first appeared on Saturday Night Live in 1990.
Peyton Manning is arguably the greatest quarterback to ever play in the NFL. Sure, Joe Montana’s got four Super Bowl rings, Tom Brady has his three and Johnny Unitas and others before him redefined the game vertically. But Peyton Manning Continue reading
The Blues Brothers is one of the most forgotten and underrated comedies of our generation.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. If that’s the case, I guess Stephen A. Smith has finally made the big time.