Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner

Mel Brooks (born Melvin Kaminsky; June 28, 1926) is an American film director, screenwriter, composer, lyricist, comedian, actor and producer. Carl Reiner (born March 20, 1922) is an American actor, film director, producer, writer and comedian. He has won nine Emmy Awards and one Grammy Award during his career. 5.0/5

Mel Brooks Carl Reiner Sid Caesar Woody Allen Neil Simon Larry Gelbart Don Rickles Milton Berle Groucho Marx Gene Wilder Red Buttons Jan Murray George Burns Jerry Lewis Alan King Henny Youngman Shelley Berman Jackie Mason Imogene Coca Phil Silvers

I just realized that Spicer's *** comments are like Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner's 2000 Year Old Man bit "Adolph Hartler"
Make yourself happy. Watch this: Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks on Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.
My conversation w/Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks airs today 4pm ET. If you don't have now is the time to look into…
Many reasons to watch this Norman Lear doc, not least of which is Lear, Carl Reiner, and Mel Brooks sitting togethe…
I just want to imagine Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks watching Love Actually together
I drop by on Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks. - *** Van *** "We see the mistakes and the roads not taken. There’s very li…
Comic actors I love I'm celebrating while they're still here-Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, Bob Newhart, *** Van *** Betty Whit…
Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner met over 60 years ago while working for the Sid Caesar television series "Y
Movie night with Mel Brooks, Nathan Lane and Carl Reiner is the best movie night.
Listening to podcast & so happy I live in a world where Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks eat dinner & watch a movie every night
Jerry I loved your Comedians in Cars with Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner thanks
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner are on record saying they'll watch any movie with the line "secure the perimeter!"
Check out this item I found on eBay: Rare cassette tape- Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks 2000 Thirteen Excellent Condition!
I get emotional thinking about the friendship of Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner.
Quick, before it's too late: Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner must host SNL: They, along with Sid Caesar INVENTED TV sketch comedy.
He's a 'type' you've seen in films by Paul Mazursky, Woody Allen, Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, etc...
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner face off in the 5th floor vinyl collection. #
Pretty cool how many writers from "Your Show of Shows" are still alive: Carl Reiner, Woody Allen, Neil Simon, Mel Brooks
the show is an archival project (Don Rickles, Robert Klein, Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner). So it's also a play on oral history projects.
One of the best shoots ever, a group shot. Legends: *** van *** Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner. Thank you to EVERYONE who helpe…
Bless you, for interviewing Marty Allen, Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, Bob Newhart, etc. and curating a true(r) history of comedy.
JW3, London. In this remake of a classic routine by Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner, a very old man recalls brushes...
I feel that Mel Brooks, and this peppy and promising upstart named Carl Reiner are two of the worlds greatest comedians.
happy you're bringing show back to L.A. For a week. Have to get the legends on like Mel Brooks, Don Rickels, carl reiner.
One more Me and my buddy John meeting Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner at in the late '90s.
i want to see so e age equity on the show. Carl Reiner or Mel Brooks,!
I had this idea, and I don't know who to tell, but I'd like to see Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, and/or *** Van *** host SNL.
However, the closest thing we have to Mel Brooks is probably some weird offspring of Carl Reiner and Sid Caesar, and they’re both old/dead!
Woody Allen, Mel Brooks, Neil Simon and Carl Reiner wrote for Sid Caesar. Sketch shows are vital for writers.
This photo of Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner makes me feel a little better about the world. via
Oct 1967 ep. of Merv Griffin w/Carl Reiner. This is Carl doing his impression of Mel Brooks! ht…
Obsessed w/ this show 'Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks - Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee by Jerry Seinfeld
You are the best in our generation. Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner etc. Thanks.
If it's not too much trouble could Bob Newhart, Don Rickles, Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks live longer than George Burns?
Holy crap! had Carl Reiner on the Carson Podcast and now he has Mel Brooks! Subscribe now!
get Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks on and SOON, like Rob said. "He's 92!
It would be SO much fun to watch movies with Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks!!!
This Carl Reiner/Mel Brooks ep of CICGC makes me wish a) I could just learn from these two or b) I could have a friendship like theirs.
The 2000 Year Old Man - Created and Performed by Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner
Didn't know Sid Caesar died a couple months back. Rest In Peace, Sid, and thank you for giving us Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner. Also, thank you for not dropping Mel out of that 18th story window you angrily dangled him out of.
Those fabulous Jewish Comedians. You may remember the old Jewish Catskill comics of vaudeville days: Shecky Greene, Red Buttons, Totie Fields, Joey Bishop, Milton Berle, Jan Murray, Danny Kaye, Henny Youngman, Buddy Hackett, Sid Caesar, Groucho Marx, Jackie Mason, Victor Borge, Woody Allen, Joan Rivers, Lenny Bruce, George Burns, Allan Sherman, Jerry Lewis, Peter Sellers, Carl Reiner, Shelley Berman, Gene Wilder, George Jessel, Alan King, Mel Brooks, Phil Silvers, Jack Carter, Rodney Dangerfield, Don Rickles, Jack Benny, Mansel Rubenstein and so many others. And there was not one single swear word in their comedy. Here are a few examples: *I just got back from a pleasure trip. I took my mother-in-law to the airport. *I've been in love with the same woman for 49 years! If my wife ever finds out, she'll kill me! *What are three words a woman never wants to hear when she's making love? "Honey, I'm home!" *Someone stole all my credit cards but I won't be reporting it. The thief spends less than my wife did. * ...
If you look at the episode with Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks, or the one with Joel Hodgson - you don't get the same attitude at all.
I watched the Mel Brooks/Carl Reiner ep with my dad. It was wonderful.
I am better off having seen Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner eating sandwiches.
April 15th is an annual reminder of a Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks bit, which concluded with Mel's character declaring that the government OF the people, BY the people, and FOR the people ... is taking too much money AWAY from the people!
I was just looking at the list of recipients for the Mark Twain award for humorists / comedians, and I was floored by the fact that neither Mel Brooks nor Sid Caesar were on the list (yet) in spite of the fact that Carl Reiner won the award in 2000. I'm equally surprised that Robin Williams is not on yet, even though Steve Martin and Billy Crystal are on the list. It's as surprising as the fact that Bob Dylan has not yet won the Gershwin award for writing popular music. (I have NO argument with Paul Simon's being the first winner. Simon has had a more durable career.) I'm willing to bet that the next Mark Twain award goes to Sid Caesar, posthumously.
Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks in 1960.. interview with the 2,000 year old mam Both greats are still with us today
Huge fan of late night TV. It's up there with the way my dad, Mel Brooks , the Zucker brothers, Gary Larson, Matt Groeining and Carl Reiner shaped what I find funny. I remember the first time my parents let me stay awake to watch Johnny Carson, Joan Rivers was the guest. The time my mom let me stay way awake to watch my comedic hero David Letterman, the guest was Bill Murray. Seth Myers, you need to step it the f word up.
Can you yell across the hall and get the idea flowing of Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner hosting an episode of SNL?
Carl Reiner is great on here. There is a wonderful Seinfeld comedians in cars interview with him and Mel Brooks. Joyous.
Oddly enough, Sid Caesar has been making me happy all week as I've been rewatching his comedy on YouTube. Today he made me sad. No doublespeak at the Pearly Gates, Sid, you'll only confuse them. If anyone is near Mel Brooks or Carl Reiner, give them a big hug today.
Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner & Neil Simon are still alive, I'm sure they'll be attending Sid's Funeral. I am not sure about Woody Allen
Sid Caesar, who pioneered TV sketch comedy during the 1950s as the star and creative force of "Your Show of Shows," a launch pad for the likes of Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and Woody Allen and an inspiration to generations of comedians, died on Wednesday February12,2014 . He was 91.He was a very funny man, I guess no lowering flags for another great American.
Sid Caesar RIP. The coach in Grease to most people. His writing room had Mel Brooks, Woody Allen, Carl Reiner, Neil Simon and Larry Gelbart in it just for starters. Where I always wanted to work.
Writers who worked for Sid Caesar include: Mel Brooks, Neil Simon, Woody Allen, Larry Gelbart, Carl Reiner and more. A comic genius, RIP.
Here's an interesting fact I learned reading the obits for Sid Caesar. Apparently he had some anger-management issues, and saw various shrinks, who may not have been wholly successful. Once, when he was horseback riding with his wife, Mrs. Caesar was thrown from her horse. Sid, it is said, went up and punched the animal in the face, knocking it out. True or not, the story was good enough for Mel Brooks to include in Blazing Saddles. And I suppose it's worth saying this just one more time: Woody Allen, Mel Brooks, Larry Gelbart, Carl Reiner, Neil Simon--name another comedy show with a writing staff to match YOUR SHOW OF SHOWS. Among Sid's ardent fans were Albert Einstein and Alfred Hitchcock. RIP.
One of the all-time greats died this week. What was it like to have Sid Caesar for a boss? Here's a very funny story from Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner -- as they recall what it was like to work for a crazy genius.
R.I.P. Sid Caesar who died February 12 at 91. This guy literally invented television comedy. Without him there would be no Saturday Night Lives or sitcoms or any of the funny stuff you enjoy on T.V. everyday. He spawned the careers of Neil Simon, Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Imogene Coca, Carol Burnett, Vicki Lawrence, Harvey Korman, Tim Conway, Don Knotts and the list is endless.
Sad, but true, that passings often come in threes. Three veteran performers left us in so many days. Shirley Temple died earlier this week, and a lot of the news deservedly focused on her. She had a great film career and became a great ambassador to our nation after she left the Big Screen. Wednesday marked the passing of TV variety pioneer Sid Caesar, a hot property in the 1950s with "Your Show of Shows", a sketch comedy variety show that aired live from New York on Saturday nights in the early 50s. Sounds familiar? Yes, the structure of "Your Show of Shows" came into play with the birth of SNL in 1975. It also gave us Imogene Coca (later Aunt Edna in "National Lampoon's Vacation"), Woody Allen, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris and Mel Brooks. We heard Thursday about the death of Ralph Waite, who played the patriarch on "The Waltons," a long-running show few thought would survive more than a month when it debuted in 1972. He most recently had a recurring role on "NCIS.
I tip my hat to the comedic brilliance of Sid Caesar, who passed away yesterday. I never saw his most popular TV shows in the 50's; but still smile at his antics and acting in "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World". There are others who can give better tribute than I can. If he can wow Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, & Neil Simon...Does anymore need to be said? Now he can entertain those in Heaven. Who says God cannot laugh? Aloha no kakau! Gregory
Sid Caesar, Pioneer of Television Comedy, Is Dead at 91 A list of Mr. Caesar’s writers over the years reads like a comedy all-star team -- Mel Brooks, Woody Allen, Neil Simon, Carl Reiner, Larry Gelbart ... -- New York Times
In July 2010 the Cinematheque had a "Your Show of Shows" Weekend with special guests Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks. Brooks told two Sid Caesar stories involving violence and windows. "He was a big guy," Brooks reminded the audience before launching into two tales. He remembered driving with Sid in Chicago in the 50s when a cab came out of nowhere and cut him off. Apparently Sid chased the cab down and grabbed the driver by the neck and asked him if he "remembered being born." He then proceeded to tell the terrified cabbie that he was going to pull him through the tiny window vent popular in 1950s car design. The other story involved Brooks' recollection of working all night on "Your Show of Shows" in Sid's office. Brooks complained he wanted to go out to get some air. Sid grabbed him and hung him out the window asking him to let him know when he had had enough "fresh air."
Being among the more senior of my f/bk friends, I wanted you to know what a huge loss we had yesterday with the passing of Sid Caesar. His Show of Shows is a must for your viewing hilarity. Some of his writers were Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and Woody Allen. Used to watch his show when as a girl. So funny
Wow, so many dead people lately. Sid Caesar was old and ready to go, so no tragedy. The real tragedy is how many people who have no idea who he is. For some perspective- he had a show where the writer's room was filled with these young unknowns - Neil Simon, Danny Simon, Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks. He then did a bunch of TV specials utilizing the talents of a young Woody Allen. He was the boss of the crucible of American 20th Century comedy. And each one of these future giants were cowed by his talent. Can you imagine Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner being in awe of anyone? This guy was of a breed we'll never see again. Happy trails, Sid. In the meantime...who next? Rupert Murdoch? Please? C'man.
RIP Sid Caeser a comedy genius who launched the careers of Carl Reiner, Neil Simon and Mel Brooks to name a few! Thank you for the laughs!
A fond farewell to Sid Caesar. Thanks for making television comedy a true art form, and for giving us Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, Imogene Coca, Neil Simon, Larry Gelbart, Woody Allen...and a lot of laughs.
Wow, Sid Caesar's writers were Carl Reiner, Neil Simon, Mel Brooks, Larry Gelbart, and Woody Allen. I've got some history to catch up on.
Sid Caesar, a King of Comedy, Dies at 91 say Caesar caused a sensation on TV is to understate the case. For eight years, beginning in 1950, he delighted America each week with a crazy salad of skits, pantomime and gentle satire. Your Show of Shows, which Caesar helped script, produced such stellar comedy writers as Larry Gelbart, Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, Woody Allen and Neil Simon and also made a star out of his madcap sidekick, the incomparable Imogene Coca.
Mel Brooks and Woody Allen, of course, each wrote for Sid Caesar. Brooks was part of "Your Show of Shows" and remains entwined in memory with Caesar and Carl Reiner (who at 90 just appeared in "Two...
Sid Caesar, A Comic Genius He was also responsible for bringing together one of the finest “comedic” ensemble casts during the run of the show – Imogene Coca, Howard Morris, Louis Nye, and Carl Reiner. They wrote the playbook for television sketch comedy, breaking new ground as television was finding its footing in those early days, paving the way for future shows in the genre – Carol Burnett, Laugh-In, and Saturday Night Live. In addition, many writers got their first break writing for Caesar – Mel Brooks, Neil Simon, Woody Allen, Michael Stewart, Mel Tolkin, and Larry Gelbart. It was a gathering of comedic genius, at the start of their careers, assembled to write the show... - See more at:
Thanks for the memories, Mr. Caesar. And for Neil Simon, Woody Allen, Mel Brooks. Larry Gelbart and Carl Reiner. You gave me my first laughs.
RIP Sid Caesar. The man who gave us Imogene Coca, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris, Mel Brooks, Neil Simon, Larry Gelbart and many others, including young Allen Konigsberg (Woody Allen) has been tapped to do a gig in the sky. And of course it will be live and hilarious.
Farewell Sid Caesar An amazing comedian, loved by Alfred Hitchcock, Albert Einstein, and the better part of the United States in the 1950s, died on February 12, 2014. With the influence which led to Saturday Night Live, MASH, and All in the Family, Alfred Hitchcock referred to him as the funniest comedian since Charlie Chaplin. Sid Caesar changed the world of comedy on the small screen, introducing the new style which led to the introduction of other stars like Mel Brooks, Woody Allen, and Carl Reiner. Click here to read the full tribute:
One of my parents favorite early television shows was "Your Show of Shows". I remember watching with them and laughing at Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca and the cast. Many went on to be famous writers and producers - Larry Gebhart (MASH) Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, Neil Simon and others. Truly a golden age of comedy. RIP
RIP Sid Caesar... ...but the strain of acting in live comedy programs every week for nearly 10 years and a long addiction to alcohol and barbiturates nearly destroyed him. A mercurial genius, he by turns supervised, inspired and physically threatened a team of actors and writers of nearly unparalleled comic talent, including Mel Brooks, Neil Simon, Woody Allen, Carl Reiner and Larry Gelbart. They were credited with pioneering a freewheeling comic approach later imitated by such sketch programs as “Saturday Night Live,” “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” and “The Carol Burnett Show.” “What Marlon Brando was to dramatic acting, Sid Caesar was to comedy,” Time magazine critic Richard Corliss wrote. Caesar’s cast and crew, Corliss added, summoned a “wit, drive, sophistication and narrative shapeliness that put to shame all that came after.” A hulking man (6-foot-1, more than 200 pounds), he had the stamina for the job but also an unpredictable temper and excessive eating and drinking habits. ...
Scott & Audra: Comedy has lost an icon. Sid Caesar has died at age 91. Without Sid Caesar, there might not have been a Carl Reiner, or Mel Brooks, or Woody Allen. All either appeared on or wrote for the 1950s variety series "Your Show of Shows."
I never knew before yesterday who used to write for Sid Caesar. Neil Simon, Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Larry Gelbart and later Woody Allen. I'd never have gotten any work done with that crew in my office. RIP Sid.
Los Angeles (AP) - Carl Reiner remembers Sid Caesar as a great flame who drew comedy writer "moths" including Mel Brooks and Neil Simon to his side.
Your Show of Shows was one of the best shows of all time! It was the first modern-comedy on TV. His over the top, iconoclastic humor, along with a legendary writing staff defined comedy in America. Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris, Imogene Coca, Sid Caesar.. There will never be anything like that again. Rest In Peace, Sid Caesar. D
A popular local radio show insists that celebrity deaths occur in trifectas that is 3 at a time. In the past week or so we have lost Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Shirley Temple, and comic genius Sid Caesar. Caesar gave a start to Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, and Woody Allen. His show was the basis of the old *** Van Dycke show
He was a true comedic genius -- Sid Caesar! Those who remember "Your Show of Shows," remembers Uncle Goopy, the general who turned out to be Fifth Avenue doorman; parodies of "The King and I" and "From Here to Eternity" giving Neil Simon, Emogene Coca, Carl Reiner, Woody Allen, Larry Gelbart and Mel Brooks their start. True pioneer of television and funny, funny as ***
Some stars who started off writing for Neil Simon, Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, and Larry Gelbart.
If it wasn't for Sid would have never heard of Mel Brooks...Neil Simon...Carl Reiner...Larry Gelbart or Woody Allen.that's how influential Sid was. He invented observational comedy...a genius.RIP Sid.
Sid Caeser was one of my most favorite entertainers he produced such a rich history of material with his comedic talent.Of course "Your show of Shows"and all the other early television that was performed live.but one of his more memorable and obscure bits for me was when he pretended to be a slot machine in Las Vegas that would not pay out and by the end of the skit he was transformed into a bathroom towel machine.I used to study him and perform some of his routines for my mom to entertain her when I was a kid.He had a routine where he would speak in other languages like I Italian and German. Of course it was gibberish but hysterical and brilliant. He often made those who had to perform with him,great talents in their own right ,loose it, while he stayed in character.His performances will be studied but never duplicated.Another author from "The Great Generation" of artists that included the likes of Jack Benny,Imogene Coca,Carl Reiner,Mel Brooks , Milton Berle,Lucille Ball,Tim Conway,Jonathan Winters,Morr ...
No. 2..(usually in three's.first Shirley Temple)...Sid Caesar. How would you have liked to be in the room where he, Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Howard Morris, Neil Simon, Larry Gelbert, Woody Allen, et al did their writing as a team?.What a trip...!! (If you count Phillip Seymour Hoffman...that makes three..Temple and Caesar the old stars club...).
Loving comedians in cars! Especially the ones with Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and Don Rickles!! Truly wonderful to watch!!
The Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks ep was fantastic. Loved the story about the Mancini version of "Springtime..." in the elevator.
"If Billy Wilder likes it, it must be good." -- Mel Brooks, discussing Blazing Saddles (1974), with Jerry Seinfeld
it's a fun show. Check out Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner
Jerry, George and Newman? Ah...Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner are still alive, and much funnier in their retro bits.
If anyone hasn’t seen comedians in cars yet…please do. In particular, the Carl Reiner/Mel Brooks one.
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Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks would do a skit at parties called The 2000 Year Old Man. Carl Reiner would have questions prepared, but Mel Brooks would ad-lib an...
The Carl Reiner/Mel Brooks episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee is the most Jewish thing I've ever seen. I mean that in the best way possible.
"We didn't know who was the ladies or who was the... ♫ "The 2000 Year Old Man" by Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner [pic]
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner have dinner every night and watch movies or a tv show. I need a buddy like that. Yeah, I know, sad!!
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The ultimate dinner would be attended by Betty White, Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, Carol Burnett, William H. Cosby,...
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Veteran TV director Michael Pressman got a surprising response when he asked students in his film directing class to describe their dream jobs. “Your job,” he said they told him recently. “We want to be the director in charge of a TV series.” Pressman, who has directed episodes of “Blue Bloods,” “Law & Order” and many other series, was stunned. This class, at New York's New School, focused on film. But the students weren't “dreaming of Oscar,” said Pressman, who has also directed several movies, including a “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” picture. “They want to make great TV series.” FALL TV 2013: Watch the trailers For decades, it was mostly a one-way journey. Television was a steppingstone for directors, writers, producers and executives who wanted to break into the film business. In the 1950s and 1960s, Hollywood mainstays including Mel Brooks, Garry Marshall and Carl Reiner all got their starts in television but segued to the film world — and are now best known for their b ...
Next to the picture of Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner, this is the coolest pic I've ever seen.
I agree. I'd add Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner to that list. Probably Chris & Wil too.
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner...( if this doesn't put joy in your soul, you probably don't have one)
Geezer that I am, I remember when the dinner hour news on TV was 15 minutes long (1953, Nashville, TN: Douglas Edwards or John Cameron Swayze. Okay so I was in the 5th grade but I do remember). There was no local news on TV those years. Nowadays the combination of local and national news wants two hours out of our day. Here, if we are having dinner on the sofa we watch Jeopardy instead. Tonight’s Final Jeopardy category was “Movie Comedies”. These comedies and teams immediately came to mind: Ma and Pa Kettle - The Egg and I and another 10 movies; Martin and Lewis - My Friend Irma and another 16 movies; Abbott and Costello - Buck Privates and another 38(!) movies. Another possible: The Long, Long Trailer with Lucy and Desi and Marjorie Main (Ma Kettle) from 1953, directed by Vincente Minnelli (Liza’s dad). Either I pretty much stopped watching or they pretty much stopped making comedy movies after those years, until Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks came along. Any other nominations for Final Jeopardy ...
Human conflict is as old as, well, the human race (as Mel Brooks' "2000 year-old man" once confirmed to interviewer Carl Reiner after being asked to recall the very first national anthem, singing "They can all go to *** ..except Cave 76!"). After many millennia's worth of mass destruction and horrible suffering, you'd think we would all have come to the logical conclusion that war, as Bertrand Russell once pointed out "...does not determine who is right, only who is left." Sadly however, "logic", it would seem, is for wusses and has no place on the manly battlefield. But I can always dream, can't I? As Carl Sagan observed, we are all made of the same "star stuff", so why can't we just get along? (again, I'm being pardon my naiveté). A few filmmakers have explored that theme over the years, in parables like La Grande Illusion , *** in the Pacific, Enemy Mine , and now in a film called Zaytoun, from Israeli director Eran Riklis.
Homer: Oh, wow! I can't believe my very first passenger is comedy legend Mel Brooks! I _love_ that movie "Young Frankenstein"... scared the *** out of me. Brooks: Um...thanks. Homer: Hey! Let's do that 2000-pound man thing. I'll be that Carl Reiner guy, and you be what's-his-face. Brooks: [chuckles] Homer, it's not that easy. It takes the genius of Carl Reiner and the rhythm and timing that only he and I -- Homer: [as Reiner] Sir, today every country has a national anthem. Did they have national anthems 2000 years ago? Brooks: [Yiddish voice] Sure. Sure, we had. Of course, we was caves... but every cave had a national anthem. I'll never forget that my cave's national anthem was -- Homer: What was that...national anthem? Brooks: [singing] Let 'em all go to *** except Cave 76 --
Like Carl & Mel, this never gets old: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, with Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks &
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I hope to have a relationship like Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks , what a beautiful friendship.
I'm plotzing: with Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner in Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
Robert Smith, Donald Fagen or Roger Waters or Sting, Carl Reiner or Mel Brooks or Don Rickles
I love that Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks hang out and watch television together every night. That's so lovely. Night.
Here is a beautiful photo of two old friends, Mel brooks and Carl Reiner.
Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks still hang out every night and watch TV. Awesome.
has done tons of hilarious interviews, but *** Van *** Mel Brooks, and now Carl Reiner are my favourite ones.
tops is Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner. Hands down the best. Hands down. Chris Rock is on there tomorrow.
Listening to Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner do the 2000 Year Old Man routine on the train and struggling to not quote the entire thing out loud.
love the show! Funniest: Alec Baldwin. Sweetest: Carl Reiner's decades-long friendship with Mel Brooks. ❤❤❤
Carl Icahn looks like he could fit in with Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks at a table at the Carnegie Deli.
Listened to the Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner interviews with and was so touched and fascinated. I can’t stop thinking about them.
David Letterman - Marc Maron on Interviewing Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner: Podcast host Marc Maron details his e...
my *** !. uh I mean Carl Reiner was implied along with Mel Brooks (2000 year old man?) and Rob too, by extension
Love the New with Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner. I'd love to have dinner with them!
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Mel brooks and Carl Reiner is my favorite
The very funny tells Dave about his interviews with Mel Brooks and
Great episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Seinfeld w/ Carl Reiner + Mel Brooks.
I love that internet series. I love the one with Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks.
Every night for half a century, Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner get together, joined by others. I want to hear those conversations.
Great clip of on telling his Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner podcast interview story
Really funny skits--check out Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner.
Great show! The best episodes are Larry David and Mel Brooks / Carl Reiner.
Best ride to work ever watching kibbitz with Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner on Thx, Jerry!
Today I learned that Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner watch Jeopardy almost every night at 8 PM at Carl's house.. They eat dinner on TV trays.
We should all be able to laugh at ourselves and our cultures in the way that Mel Brooks and Woody Allen do. People take themselves WAY too seriously these days. Oy vey!
Last night was pretty sweet. Hung out with Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and George Shapiro at The Gardenia in Hollywood. Good times! Can't wait to play a gig there with my baby!!
*** w Marc Maron podcasts Yes, the acronym is for the obvious vulgarity, and Maron is an edgy comic who has no compunction with both the base and the post-modern neurotic Jew meme. But that said, he came of age in the Kinison golden age of the Sunset Blvd high temple of stand-up the Comedy Store. What began as a bull-session for comics out of his garage has grown into a pop culture dish'n'dig with a vast array of creatives, ranging from Lucinda Williams to E of Eels, Todd Snider, Iggy Pop and Tommy Stinson, plus James Franco, Gina Gershon, Hank Azaria and a cavalcade of obvious stars from Huey Lewis, John Fogerty, Cheech & Chong. But the most brilliant refractions come from Maron giving props to the forebears: Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, *** Van *** To hear Maron talk fundamentals, capture how it was, illuminate the genius of the people who've carved modern comedy's skeletal structure. You get a lot of amazing comics in the mix -- Seth Rogen,Tom Green, Reggie Watts -- but it's the historic interviews, whe .. ...
Yesterday was Mel Brooks 87th birthday!! Does anyone have a favorite Mel Brooks movie or joke to share?
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Best Internet show ever! If you love retro cars, Jerry Seinfeld and some of the most interesting comedians today, you must watch this. My favorite episode is with Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks. Check it out!
Ever wonder what Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner would be like if they were Catholic and unsuccessful? Then come hang out with me and Kensil.
Mel Brooks has been cracking us up for decades with his off-the-wall humor and complete willingness to write and say anything, no matter how offensive it may be to someone.
June 28 Melvin James Kaminsky was born at Brooklyn, New York on this day in 1926. Small and sickly, he learned to avoid bullies by serving as the jester for older kids at school. After high school he studied psychology at Brooklyn University for a year before being drafted by the US Army, he served in North Africa in an engineering battalion, defusing mines. He worked the Borscht Belt clubs in the Catskills after the war, taking the name Mel Brooks and playing drums and piano until a comic took sick and he filled in successfully. Sid Caesar hired him as a writer for Caesar's Your Show of Shows along with Carl Reiner and Neil Simon. Brooks and Reiner worked up a comedy bit in which Brooks was "The 2000 Year Old Man", performing only for friends until he was spotted by a critic. Brooks moved to Hollywood in 1960, he and Reiner were soon doing their act on the Steve Allen Show. He went on to successfully produce both films and television, mostly parodies. He is one of only eleven artists to win the EGOT - an ...
K-DÜG Remembers... Mel Brooks (born Melvin James Kaminsky) turned 87 years ago today. He is an American film director, screenwriter, composer, lyricist, comedian, actor and producer. He is best known as a creator of broad film farces and comic parodies. He began his career as a stand-up comic and as a writer for the early TV variety show Your Show of Shows. He became well known as part of the comedy duo with Carl Reiner, The 2000 Year Old Man. In middle age he became one of the most successful film directors of the 1970s, with many of his films being among the top ten money makers of the year that they were released. His most well known films include The Producers, The Twelve Chairs, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Silent Movie, High Anxiety, History of the World, Part I, Spaceballs and Robin Hood: Men in Tights. More recently he has had a smash hit on Broadway with the musical adaptation of his first film, The Producers. He was married to the actress Anne Bancroft from 1964 until her death in 2005.
Just listened to Marc Maron's interviews with Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner. They reminisced about comedy, film, and friendship. They still have dinner with each other almost every night. I feel myself being nostalgic for a time I've never lived.
Happy Birthday to: Melvin James Kaminsky, but most people know him as Mel Brooks, the sheer comedic genius behind so many television programs and motion pictures. Here are just a few titles: "Your Show Of Shows", "Get Smart", "Blazing Saddles", "The Producers", "History Of The World Part One", "Young Frankenstein", and so many more. One of my favorites is the ever-changing, always hilarious colloboration with fellow genius Carl Reiner as "The 2,000-Year Old Man". Gilda Susan Radner, who left us way too soon, but whose legacy will live on in features like "Haunted Honeymoon" (with then-husband Gene Wilder) and "The Woman In Red", and especially the plethora of fabulous characters on "Saturday Night Live" (with previous husband, house band guitarist G.E. Smith). Thank you for all the laughs, Gilda, you were awesome! Noriyuki Morita, who provided hundreds of characters and voices in just about every television program and motion picture over four decades. Always a class act, Pat Morita was also a talented st ...
Happy Birthday to one of my all-time favorite film directors, screenwriters, composers, lyricists, comedians, actors and producers. Not quite 2000 years old yet but getting close. Melvin James Kaminsky b. 1926. 'It's good to be the King'. I love Mel Brooks! On the short list of entertainers to win an Oscar, an Emmy, a Grammy and a Tony. He won an Oscar for the screenplay of The Producers (1967); 3 Emmys in a row (1997-1999) for his guest appearance as Uncle Phil in "Mad About You" (1992); 3 Tonys for The Producers- Best Musical, Original Music Score and Book (musical); and 3 Grammys- Best Spoken Comedy Album for "The 2000 Year Old Man In The Year 2000" (1998, with Carl Reiner) and two for The Producers (2001): Best Musical Show Album (as composer/lyricist) and Best Long Form Music Video (as artist). 'I cut my finger. That's tragedy. A man walks into an open sewer and dies. That's comedy.' Three of his films ranked in the American Film Institute's list of the top 100 comedy films of all-time, all of which ...
It's the birthday of comedian and filmmaker Mel Brooks, born Melvin Kaminsky in Brooklyn, New York (1926). While Brooks was in the Army in World War II, deactivating mines after the Battle of the Bulge, he was also organizing shows for fellow servicemen. When he returned to the States, he worked as a drummer and pianist in the Catskills, taking over for an ailing stand-up comedian one night. In 1949, Brooks' friend Sid Caesar asked him to write for his comedy program, Your Show of Shows. In 1968, he wrote his first feature film, The Producers. Although the movie didn't do well at the box office, it has been made into a Broadway musical, winning 15 Tony Awards. He's known for off-the-wall comedies such as Blazing Saddles (1974), Young Frankenstein (1974), and Spaceballs (1987). Apparently, during movie shoots, Brooks would hand out white handkerchiefs to the cast and crew to stick in their mouths if they were going to laugh while watching a scene being filmed. He knew the scenes would be funny when he woul ...
Happy Birthday, Mel Brooks. You make me laugh. It all started for me with your 2,000-year-old-man routines with Carl Reiner as your straight man, and the laughter has never stopped.
Join us in wishing comedy legend Mel Brooks a very Happy Birthday! Stream his classic Blazing Saddles tonight! Be sure to grab a can of beans first...
A giant thanks to my friend Dante Bellini for turning me on the Jerry Seinfeld's COMEDIANS IN Cars Getting Coffee.watched the Carl Reinder-Mel Brooks episode on YouTube tonite and busted a yourself a giant favor and find this stuff.BEYOND funny!
Not beer related, but tomorrow is Mel Brooks' birthday. Just know that. In fact, go ahead and watch Spaceballs and Blazing Saddles to celebrate. I know I will.
REVIEW FROM THE PEW By Rabbi Jerry Ram Cutler While in New York, I went to see “My Name Is Asher Lev,” based on the Chaim Potok novel, at the Westside 43rd Street Theatre. Downstairs was a production of “Old Jews Telling Jokes.” “Asher Lev” is about a Chassidic family’s young son, a highly gifted artist whose eclectic artistic talents come into conflict with his strict ultra-Orthodox upbringing. Downstairs, old Jews are telling jokes. There is an inescapable dichotomy between the two plays that is not lost on me. I grew up in a strict Orthodox home, the second son of a highly respected, scholarly rabbi. My head was not steeped in the sacred words of my people’s ancient sages, but rather to the words of other Jewish sages in the karma of Sid Caesar, Mel Brooks, Red Buttons, Jack Carter, Milton Berle, Jerry Lewis, Jan Murray, Shelly Berman, Carl Reiner, Buddy Hackett… I desperately wanted to follow in their famous, funny footsteps…it was my fantasy. So, I became a Catskills comic without ...
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner is the best by far. I need to rewatch now that they are starting up again.
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner say it's "Secure the perimeter."
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have you seen first season? Carl Reiner. Mel Brooks. The one with Michael Richards is particularly touching.
Seinfeld and a celebrity guest shooting the breeze about whatever. Ep 9 of Season 1 was great--Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks were guests!
I just watched the episode with Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks. Such a great time. Thanks for making it!
Still don't think Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is funny, but Mel Brooks tells an awesome story at the 9:26 mark.
This is HYSTERICAL Watch the one with Ricky Gervais . and all the rest! Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks is hysterical!
Your Show of Shows with Sid Caesar (1950-54) boasted arguably the best writing staff ever, including Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks and Neil Simon.
the Carl Reiner + Mel Brooks episode would have to be my favourite.Those guys just cannot turn off the comedy switch-amazing!
Ready for the basketball play offs,,, beer, burgers on top of mashed potato...and my infamous bean salad... Oh,, senior reminder of Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks,, the 2000 year old man routine of the INFAMOUS people he has met. I have the recording it is hysterical..
If all we have to do is sign a petition to have someone cloned, then I would like to clone Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks. Where do I sign?
I just learned Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks watch Jeopardy every night together. A TAPED episode. I dare you to find a better fact.
take particular care to watch Carl Reiner/Mel Brooks episode. It's so great watching Seinfeld nerd out over their lives/work.
Celebrated my 3 month anniversary with Anne by heading over Donner Pass to Reno for a few days of helping her housesit and had pretty much the best time ever. Not only did we get to celebrate her birthday belatedly and my birthday early by having all of Süp to ourselves for dinner, the dogs got to come up and spend the weekend with us (a homecoming of sorts for Rollie) and they got to run all over a big, beautiful yard the entire time we were there. It really was so fantastic to see everyone so happy. Couple that with getting to have a good long chat with my best friend on the way up, getting to get caught up on wrestling watching and comic reading, watching the AFI Lifetime Achievement Ceremony for Mel Brooks, about a decade's worth of 227 and Boy Meets World, hitting up our favorite bookstore, Reno Grassroots (I scored a Carl Reiner book and Season 1 of Ned & Stacey for under $4 each) and not even taking into account that after a week of not seeing my wife, we just had some really quality time, I co .. ...
The fact that Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks continue to have dinner together every evening is heartbreakingly wonderful.
My dad introduced me to Mel Brooks, Woody Allen, Sid Cesar Carl Reiner, the Marx Brothers, Bob Hope, Ernie Kovacs,Charlie Chaplin, Three Stooges,George Carlin, Eobert Klein, Jack Benny, Warner Brothers cartoons,Rocky and Bullwinkle etc. It was his way of bonding with me. Humor and being funny. Not fishing, not hunting, but laughing.
Must be great to have a friendship like Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks. Or any friendship at all. Or even if the delivery guy hung out a little.
Watching AFI Life Achievment Award: A Tribute to Mel Brooks...He's the best ever!!!
I can listen to Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks talking about the 2000 Year Old Man all day, every day.
why the *** don't you FOLLOW people like Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Joan Rivers, Larry King, Debbie Reynolds, etc?
Carl Reiner: Did you know Jesus? Mel Brooks: Sure, he came in the store. He and 12 friends. They wore sandals,...,
AFI Lifetime achievement/tribute to Mel Brooks on TNT right now? *** yeah!!! Who needs a life on a Saturday night when there's quality Druish entertainment on the tube??? :-)
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner have the cutest bromance of all time.
Comedy Genius! AFI lifetime salute to Mel Brooks.clips of 2000 year old man with Carl Reiner - and the Blazing Saddles campfire fart scene.classic comedy!
Watching the AFI Tribute to Mel Brooks, it reminds me that, amazingly, Whoopi Goldberg is an EGOT winner. One of only 11 in history (along with Mel, which is what prompted this realization).
Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks and Jerry Seinfeld. Generations of comedians chatting is fascinating to me. You can see how the way we laugh had changed yet there is respect across the board.
For more than 60 years, Mel Brooks has been coming over to Carl Reiner's house every night for dinner . . . Anybody else got a friendship like that?
Listening to 2000 year old man done by Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner. LMFAO
Irreverent and often raucous, the 41st American Film Institute Life Achievement Award gala Thursday evening at the Dolby Theatre honored the king of comedy, Mel Brooks , in a full-on laugh fest.
Carl Reiner starts off this interview talking about his toupee, then tells a few of his favorite Mel Brooks stories. Merv Griffin had over 5000 guests appear...
Ok comedy lovers...Marc Maron's podcast *** has some great interviews. Recently I have listened to him interview Mel Brooks and on a separate occasion he interviewed Carl Reiner. Seriously fantastic conversations.
Antrim Players Romp In Neil Simon's Laughter On The 23rd Floor It's Hilarious by George J. Dacre With all the action set in the writer's room at NBC at 30 Rockefeller Plaza "Laughter" is a great recounting by Simon of the infancy days of television and the involvement and the lifestyles of the comedy writers who gathered together weekly to turn out the jokes, spins and skits that went into the writing of a one and one half hour comedy show. The talents involved played off world events, current trends, presidents and politicians and happenings and stuff out of the blue that they thought America's millions would laugh at as they watched such shows as "Your Show Of Shows" starring Sid Caesar. Simon and such greats as Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and Woody Allen, among others worked in that room. Director Joe DeSpirito has assembled an excellent collection of crazies and moves them with skill to keep the pace up and the laughter coming a mile a minute. Joe Miceli as Lucas Brickman is as close as I can see to being ...
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Ya know what else? A Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner podcast. They get together to talk every week anyway - record it and we’ll listen! DO THIS!
:-( sending you link to NPR story about Mel Brooks; photo w/Brooks & Carl Reiner hugging = lovely
They are probably too old and rich to want to, but Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner would KILL in "The Sunshine Boys."
5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Season Finales for 'Bates Motel,' 'Nashville' and 'Rectify' Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Mad Men," "Game of Thrones," "Veep," "The Borgias," "Family Tree," "Nurse Jackie" and more, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week. American Masters Mel Brooks makes a noise. Monday, May 20 at 9pm on PBS Get a look at the life and times of the great Mel Brooks in this documentary portrait of the comedy legend directed by Robert Trachtenberg as part of the "American Masters" series. Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Cloris Leachman, Joan Rivers, Tracey Ullman and Carl Reiner are among the interviewees, as is, of course, Brooks himself -- check out our own Q&A with the man here. "Bates Motel": Season Finale Monday, May 20 at 10pm on A&E Carlton Cuse's warped contemporary "Psycho" prequel ends a successful first season Monday night with "Midnight," an episode that will ...
Ever time I hear Marlo Thomas's voice I think of Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner.
(to Marc) Where's your love of classic quality and talent (Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner podcasts, vinyl over cd's, etc.) stem?
(Reuters) - Mel Brooks, whose long career in comedy includes writing and directing hilarious films like The Producers and Young Frankenstein, will receive the American Film Institute's Life Achievement
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner are 90 years old and are more together mentally than I am.
Did you get giddy when you met Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks?
Mel Brooks takes the stage at the Paley Center, following a screening of a new documentary about him.
That was quite the dream about Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, some guy I wanted to beat up, and my sister, who was Raquel Welch.
the podcast was *** with Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner were both on (separately) and both great.
Next week, Comedy Central will host a five-day comedy festival that includes a lineup of legends like Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner alongsid..
I absolutely love that Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks still kick it on a daily basis. I'd like to drink sober prime juice with those dudes.
Could you go and stand guard over Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner, please?
Not many people know this, but good friends Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner attend church together every Easter Sunday for the last 40 years!
Allen's, Mel Brooks' and Carl Reiner's biggest fear: Did I steal that from Sid Caesar, Groucho Marx or Charlie Chaplin?
My biggest fear as a comeian: did I just make that up or was it Woody Allen, Mel Brooks or Carl Reiner?
Hey I just listened to the Carl Reiner *** episode. I really enjoyed it as well as the Mel Brooks interview. Nice work man !!
If you don't know Marc Maron, the last 3 editions of his podcast *** interview Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner & *** Van *** and are recommended.
On a highly related note, the *** episodes with *** Van *** Mel Brooks, and Carl Reiner have been fantastic.
Just donated to . 's interviews w Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner are priceless. I still managed to determine a value.
The genuine warmth & respect you showed to *** Van *** Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, et al is why is the best.
After the stellar shows that were Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner, now serves up *** Van *** Go listen.
So has interviewed *** Van *** Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks. Tune in next week as he interviews Groucho Marx and Aristophanes
“Monday on Brooks, Carl Reiner and now THIS? Impressed is not a strong enough word.
Sometimes you're the Mel Brooks, sometimes you're the Carl Reiner.
Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Mickey Rooney, Jonathan Winters, Norman Lloyd, and Bill Hader all coming to 2013.
Watching these old Mel Brooks/Carl Reiner routines are killing me. My cheeks hurt.
these *** episodes with Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner are making me so happy.
Oh my God the *** podcast is awesome: interviews with Carl Reiner AND Mel Brooks. Jizzum.
who knew Jerry Seinfeld had a web series? this episode's quite charming, w/Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks.
Listened to the Mel Brooks' interview on Marc Maron's *** Podcast. What a life.
Love the idea of Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner sitting with their dinners watching shows, like Statler & Waldorf
"2000 Year Old Man: Paul Revere was anti-semitic! Yelling all through the night, the Yiddish are coming the Yiddish are coming! Interviewer: He was saying the British were coming 2000 Year Old Man: OY MY GOT!" - Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks
I believe Steve Martin & Bill Murray are the 2 funniest men alive & Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner are 2 of the most brilliant comical minds ever.
Fun fact I learned today: the great Carl Reiner loves one of my favorite shows - "Justified". He and Mel Brooks watch it together!
Tonight on Carl Reiner joins us at 10pm. We talk about Matt Damon, Mel Brooks & his new book I Remember Me!
Genius interviews with both Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner. Thank you!
Thanks, for the Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner podcasts. Inspiring, hilarious at times, meaningful throughout. You did a great job.
If you're a fan of comedy I implore you to listen to Mark Maron interview Mel brooks and Carl Reiner. Look up *** Podcast.
Just listened to Marc Maron-my favorite interviewer *** Podcast) doing back to back interviews with Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner. Fantastic! Reminds me of what funny really is. Now, explain Carrot Top.
The Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner episodes of are great audio. 80percent!
.last 3 podcast guests: Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and Tom Green.
Still need to find out where Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner eat ice cream.
You guys. Check out the interviews does with Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner on Brooks especially. First hand comedy history.
awesome with Carl Reiner. Mel brooks and Carl's fave show is They should guest star.
Bravo Marc for scoring Mel Brooks AND Carl Reiner back-to-back on your podcast. Absolute bliss!
Please go to Marc Maron *** Podcast for this weeks amazing interviews w Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner! Fantastic
Listening to this week, I can only hope I'm as awesome at age 90 as Mel brooks and Carl Reiner
conquered podcasting with the Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner episodes of *** Incredible.
Truly epic interview with Mel Brooks. I enjoyed that so much. Looking forward to checking out the Carl Reiner one.
Listening to Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner on gave me an incredible amount of joy and made me miss my father something awful.
Your interviews with Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks were just brilliant. Very insightful and hilarious to boot
.I want the Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner interviews on 180-gram vinyl, and that's as high a compliment I can make.
The story Marc Maron tells at the end of that Carl Reiner episode of *** podcast is probably the funniest thing I've ever heard. I highly recommend it but you also have to listen to the episode before with Mel Brooks
Marc Maron interviews of Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner? Looks like I'm spending a snowy weekend with some funny old yids.
Mel Brooks on today. Carl Reiner on Thursday. I'm all firmisched.
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner in the same week? There might be something to this podcast thing after all!
Cool and touching interview with my hero Mel Brooks. Thanks! Cant wait for the Follow-up with Carl Reiner.
So excited to follow the *** tour from Mel Brooks to Carl Reiner to apparently *** Van *** too
The last time we saw Marc Maron live, he told a great story in which Carl Reiner also ended up doing an episode of *** because Mel Brooks just to confirm a suspicion of Brooks’. We’re not going to give anything away because you should just be listening to some wonderful stories this week from both B...
Marc Maron talked about Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner and did a Gene Wilder impression, so, yeah, I'm pretty pleased.
Not sure why it's Alec Baldwin giving *** VanDyke his lifetime achievement award. Where's Mel Brooks or Carl Reiner?
Ah, Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner. They still got it. No one can make me laugh like those two.
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my favorite episodes are Mel Brooks/Carl Reiner and the Michael Richards one. But they're all really good.
The episode with Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks was something special.
At the fabulous w/ the two and only Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner. Airs on TV Tues at 9pm ET.
If you like old Jewish men being old and Jewish (like I do), here's Seinfeld new gig, ft. Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks:
Just found it today. Loving it. Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks are heroes.
Comforting fact for a cold January morning. Mel Brooks goes to Carl Reiner's house EVERY night and they sit and have dinner and a DVD together.
Throwing caution to the wind and 100% from the heart -- does anyone have a conduit to the handsome and fearless Mr. Mel Brooks and Mr. Carl Reiner? I've decided that 2013 is the year I'm transparent and proud of my work and talents -- and that they are the only lads who can do my masterwork justice. You can tell 'em -- for me, they're like at least 2 1/2 Cary Grants.
Seinfeld, Queens College alum, has a new web series on funny men like him. He talks with Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner.
Jerry Seinfeld has a couple clips of comedians/actors with coffee hanging out. Love it! Saw the one w/Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks. Thanks Kenny of telling me about this !
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For me, the antidote to that Eliz Wurtzel NY Mag piece was watching Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee: Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks. Sheer joy.
Mel Brooks talking about his and Carl Reiner's film viewing choices on the Nerdist Podcast. Hilarious.
Such a treat to watch Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks on Seinfeld's comedy sketch 'comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'
Pondering how some of my most entertaining shows contain the following: Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Larry David, Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis Dryfess and Patrick Warburton. The commonality.BIG LAUGHS! While cooking I am watching Bee Movie.oh did I mention anaimated shows/movies.LOL Yes I am just a child. Good day at home.
Happy New Year! I'm in Los Angeles getting ready to interview the Shahs of Sunset, Betty White, Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner. Not all at one time.
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