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Remembering Iconic Photographer Arlene Gottfried

The Gothamist describes Arlene Gottfried as a “singing photographer and NYC treasure.” That seems like an epitaph to be proud of. The Brooklyn-born artist, sister to actor Gilbert Gottfried, passed away on Tuesday, August 8th, 2017. 299 more words


THE ARISTOCRATS (2005) - Stop me if you've heard this one...

Never has a single joke been so thoroughly deconstructed, much less to such satisfying effect, than in the documentary The Aristocrats. The movie is the brainchild of performers Penn Jillette (of Penn & Teller fame) and Paul Provenza, who have analyzed the workings of an off-color joke that (according to the movie) has been around since the days of vaudeville. 313 more words

Dear SNL

For the love of all that is comically holy, please put together a political satire special this summer. You have so much fodder! You owe this to your fans. 471 more words


Podcast: Jackie 'The Joke Man' Martling previews new book

Legendary joke machine Jackie Martling recently called in to talk about ‘The Joke Man: Bow To Stern’, his new book that details his years in stand-up, music, radio and television. 174 more words


Review: Gilbert, 2017, dir. Neil Berkeley

I wasn’t at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, but that didn’t stop me from writing a review about Gilbert, Neil Berkeley’s very good documentary about the one and only Gilbert Gottfried, the guy you probably know best as the voice of an angry parrot in the  75 more words


Life, Animated (2016)

Director: Roger Ross Williams

Owen Suskind was a happy go lucky child, a member of a lovely family with nice parents and an older brother. Everything was right in the world and then, suddenly, at the age of three something changed in Owen. 697 more words


Gilbert Gottfried leaves Bill and Wendy cracking up!

He’s back! Bill and Wendy are joined in the studio by their pal, the very funny Gilbert Gottfried! They talk about the new documentary about him, ‘Life, Animated’, his family life, he shares his Norm Macdonald impression, and much more. 62 more words

Bill Leff And Wendy Snyder