Can you imagine? How did anybody survive?
Some of these are pretty good. They don't make 'em like they used to.
Interesting piece focusing on just incredibly popular Dallas was. (Ignore the exaggerated headline which is kinda par for the course these days.)
UPDATE: Link fixed now. Thanks, David.
One of the--if not the--very best SNL skits. (You don't have to be Jewish to appreciate it, but it helps.)
Short version: almost all of the cast makes nada. Jerry and Larry are the only ones who get a cut.
Representatives from The Sopranos and The Wire are ranked too low. But the list is impressive for its eclecticism.
35 minute video. I enjoyed The Sopranos and by all the accounts given here, the late Mr. Gandolfini was an even better person than he was an actor.
Jerry reveals a key secret of Seinfeld's success.
"Being famous and broke is a shitty combination." If this is even half true, it's an amazing story.
Link courtesy of Michael Greenspan.
Made me laugh.