James Adomian impersonates Marc Maron during Funny as Hell Live, March 21 in Toronto.
Janeane Garofalo in Toronto, 3/21/2013
Matt Besser as Dwight is the one that really throws me.
Whoa — Adam Scott could have played Jim on The Office. And Melissa McCarthy’s husband (the air marshal from Bridesmaids) auditioned for Michael! And Chloe O’Brian auditioned for Pam!!
Minds blown, all around.
Check out Stefon’s Guide To New York City written by Laura Flood and illustrated by Taryn Wellman for Paste Magazine.
Jerry Seinfeld Intends to Die Standing Up | New York Times
Jerry Seinfeld began his commute after dinner, in no particular hurry. Around quarter to 8 on a drizzly Tuesday, he left his Manhattan home — a palatial duplex apartment with picture windows and a broad terrace overlooking Central Park — and made for a nearby garage. Due to tell jokes at a comedy club downtown, he decided to drive what he calls his “city car”: a 1998 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S. Stepping into the garage, he tugged a thick fabric cover from the car. The interior was a pristine matte black, and the paint job was a startlingly luminous azure. “It’s called Mexico blue — a very traditional Porsche color,” Seinfeld said. “In the ’70s it looked normal, but now it looks insane.”
His hair, flecked with gray, was buzzed almost to the scalp, and he was dressed in light-blue Levi’s, a navy knit polo and a dark wool blazer. Seinfeld, who once said he wore sneakers long into adulthood “because it reminds me I don’t have a job,” has lately grown partial to Nike Shox, which he likes for their extravagant cushioning, but tonight he opted for tan suede desert boots. When he’s in the workplace — on a stage, microphone in hand, trying to make a crowd erupt — the feel of a harder sole helps him get into the right mind-set.
Stephen Colbert interviewed Jon Stewart at the Wellmont Theatre, Friday night, a fundraiser for the Montclair Film Festival.
Among the highlights of the two-hour talk:
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