March 21, 2012 at 2:41 pm (Uncategorized)
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Happy Hump Day, everyone! Time for another edition of Only in Jersey!
If it’s filming in Jersey, takes place in Jersey, or is about celebs from Jersey, you will find it here.
Sayreville’s native son Jon Bon Jovi gets the Oprah treatment when the rock singer is featured in “Oprah’s Master Class,” airing at 10 p.m. Sunday on OWN. In an exclusive clip to “Entertainment Tonight,” Jon gives credit for his success in the music business to his hometown mentor. “And a man by the name of Al Parinello moved in across the street from my childhood home, and he was in a club band,” Jon reveals. “He was like, a hip guy, and he showed us how to play songs – and he showed me how to play ‘House of the Rising Sun.’ … When you learn a song, you start to think about songs, when you think about songs you want to write songs. When you write songs, you get to be here… Thanks to his encouragement, I stayed with it.”
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March 7, 2009 at 9:00 am (Uncategorized)
Tags: ava gacser, curb your enthusiasm, HBO, jason alexander, jerry seinfeld, julia louis-dreyfus, larry david, michael richards, seinfeld
If ever there was a reason not to “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” this is it: “Seinfeld four” will be featured in multiple episodes of creator Larry David’s HBO sitcom “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”
It's time to turn those frowns upside down!
Yup, that’s right! Sure, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jason Alexander have appeared in more than one episode of the show each, but we barely saw Jerry Seinfeld and haven’t seen hide nor hair of Michael Richards (who thankfully has been laying low ever since his comedy club outburst) in ages. So I’m super excited to hear that they will all be featured in multiple episodes scheduled to air this fall.
It’s been absolutely eons since we last saw new “Curb Your Enthusiasm” episodes. While I think the show can be absolutely brilliant at times (and pretty much anything involving Wanda Sykes is guaranteed to kill, so bring her back already! Paging Krazee Eyez Killa!), it’s historically been more hit or miss for me than “Seinfeld.” Still, this bit of news makes me look forward to the long-anticipated season very much – even if it is only 10 episodes long. Sigh.