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Jerry Seinfield prefers doing Comedy instead of Snarky Remarks

May 13, 2018

Jerry Seinfeld isn’t interested in Donald Trump jokes. The comedian behind the legendary Seinfeld sitcom sat down with David Letterman for an upcoming episode of the Netflix series My Next Guest Needs No Introduction. Perhaps hopefully, Letterman wondered, “Do you do Trump stuff when you go out?”

Kathy Griffin: Queen of Coarseness crashes career

June 5, 2017

Examine the tawdry life and times of Kathy Griffin and the surprising thing isn’t that she posed with a bloody mask photo of Donald Trump but that it has taken her this long to ignite career-ending outrage.

Griffin has been stooping to new lows in an effort to provoke, for a long while now. It’s ironic that her ceaseless quest to shock and to horrify— gaining maximum publicity as she did so—has ended with the media she desperately chased for so long sealing her fate in such determined and deserved style.

Cry-Bullies are ruining Comedy

June 30, 2015

It’s one of my dad’s favorite jokes, but the only way to tell it today is to check to see if the coast is clear first. The coast is rarely clear in comedy these days as racial epithets, rape, homosexuality, and everything else funny have become verboten. However, there is hope. While alternative comics have been bitching for years about the end of comedy, especially stand-up comedy, the mainstream is finally clueing in. Almost-billionaire Jerry Seinfeld recently told ESPN that PC is ruining comedy. “I hear a lot of people tell me, ‘Don’t go near colleges. They’re so PC.’” he told Colin Cowherd, before adding, “[Students] just want to use these words: ‘That’s racist;’ ‘That’s sexist;’ ‘That’s prejudice.’ They don’t know what the fuck they’re talking about.” He later doubled down and told Seth Meyers it’s starting to affect his own, squeaky-clean comedy.

Jerry Seinfeld says university urchins too PC for comedy

June 8, 2015

Jerry Seinfeld, one of America’s most successful comedians, says he won’t do shows on college campuses any more because the audiences at these venues have become far too politically correct.

During an ESPN interview with Colin Cowherd, Seinfeld explained how his colleagues have warned him to avoid the campus scene – and he now agrees.