One of my favorite moments during Dave Letterman's final few weeks was Norm Macdonald's tearful salute. As he was performing a standup routine during one of Dave's last shows, he told a story of seeing Letterman do stand up when he was a kid which made MacDonald want to go into comedy.
Very few names are as revered in the world of comedy as David Steinberg. But when you've amassed the resume that he has over the last 45 years in television, it's hard to find many people to compare him to.
Earlier this year, Avatar was released on DVD and Blu-Ray. The release was as bareboned as it could be, as it only contained the movie. In a few days, Avatar is going to be released again, but as an extended collector's edition version.
Shane is off for a little while, but I wanted to make sure that since we've covered most of this season, there was something posted about the Curb Your Enthusiasm finale.
One again, an hilarious episode from Curb Your Enthusiasm. Fans of Jerry Seinfeld got a real kick out of this one, as he had his second appearance on the program this season, and was at his absolute best.
There you have it. We finally got what we've been waiting for, many of us for the entire ten years. On Sunday, Curb Your Enthusiasm finally integrated the entire main cast of Seinfeld into the episode as part of a season-long story arc.
Last night marked the much-anticipated return of the eccentric HBO comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm.