On Conan, Bob Newhart remembers meeting Don Rickles, and the joke thief who changed Newhart’s career
On Monday night’s Conan, Bob Newhart reminisced about his dearly departed friend, Don Rickles — they and their wives were fast friends for five decades. Newhart recalled the first night he and his wife got to see Rickles perform live in Las Vegas. Even though Rickles was performing late-... [Read More]
Bob Newhart tells Conan O’Brien about the first time he met Don Rickles
Bob Newhart stopped by Conan to celebrate the 45th anniversary of The Bob Newhart Show. Over the course of the… MORE Bob Newhart tells Conan O’Brien about the first time he met Don Rickles appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Cool thing to buy this week: “Very Best of Bob Newhart”
Noted for his deadpan and slightly stammering delivery, Bob Newhart came to prominence in the 1960s when his album of… MORE Cool thing to buy this week: “Very Best of Bob Newhart” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
The 16 best comedic presidential performances in film and television
Many actors and actresses over the years have played, in both film and television, just about every President this country has ever had. And there have been plenty who have also portrayed fictional ones as well. Some more memorable than others. We’ve put together a list of the 16 best comedic ... [Read More]
The 16 best comedic presidential performances in film and television
Many actors and actresses over the years have played, in both film and television, just about every President this country has ever had. And there have been plenty who have also portrayed fictional ones as well. Some more memorable than others. We’ve put together a list of the 16 best comedic ... [Read More]
Bill Murray will receive Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
After four decades of delivering some of the most unforgettable and best-loved comedic performances, Bill Murray is receiving the Kennedy Center’s 19th Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Murray, reaching an almost cult-like status in the world of comedy, has had a career heralded by cri... [Read More]
Bill Murray will receive Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
After four decades of delivering some of the most unforgettable and best-loved comedic performances, Bill Murray is receiving the Kennedy Center’s 19th Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Murray, reaching an almost cult-like status in the world of comedy, has had a career heralded by cri... [Read More]
Bill Murray will receive Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
After four decades of delivering some of the most unforgettable and best-loved comedic performances, Bill Murray is receiving the Kennedy Center’s 19th Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Murray, reaching an almost cult-like status in the world of comedy, has had a career heralded by cri... [Read More]
The Johnny Carson Comeback Special That Never Was
by Ramsey Ess On Mark Malkoff’s wonderful Carson Podcast, several guests have been asked about why they believe that when Johnny said goodbye on May 22, 1992 he never returned to television in any substantial form. Several of them say that Johnny cited Bob Hope as the inspiration behind his de... [Read More]
Banging his own drum til the end: The finale of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Starting your final episode with a showstopping all-star musical number, and closing with an homage to three classic TV finales plus a callback to your first big break in American TV: Well, Craig Ferguson never did want to play by the rules or traditions of television, anyhow. He wanted to bang his ... [Read More]