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Steve Cochran Full Show 01.17.18: Stable geniuses and Richard Lewis

We can all breathe a sigh of relief because our President is in great shape and sharp as a tack.  Friend of the show and funny man, Richard Lewis, stopped by the studio to chat about his upcoming shows at Zannies this weekend.   37 more words

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Bill and Wendy Full Show 1.16.18: The Great Richard Lewis Stopped By!

Today was a very special day for the show. First, Bill and Wendy got the chance to catch up with the great Richard Lewis. Then, CNET’s Bridget Carey made her grand return to the show. 72 more words

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Richard Lewis on his return to stand-up comedy: 'It feels good to be back'

The great Richard Lewis is in town! He stopped by to chat with Bill and Wendy to talk about well… life and his comeback to stand-up comedy. 54 more words

Bill Leff And Wendy Snyder

Dave Plier's Favorite Conversation of the Year: Richard Lewis, Rose Marie, Paul Shaffer, Leslie Stahl, Dick Smothers, and Chicago Cubs’ David Ross

In part one, Dave Plier reflects on some of his favorite guests and conversations of the year. This includes Richard Lewis, Rose Marie, Paul Shaffer, Leslie Stahl, Dick Smothers, and Chicago Cubs’ David Ross. 19 more words

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Curb Your Enthusiasm 9x04 - 'Running With the Bulls' - Review

You often find recurring tropes popping up in Curb Your Enthusiasm over the years, and Larry David having a difficult relationship with his therapist is one he has revisited repeatedly. 633 more words


Comedian Richard Lewis: A Return to HBO's ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’, a Blazing Trail of Neuroses, 40 Years of Zanies in Chicago

Dave Plier welcomes neurotic comedian Richard Lewis about the return of pretty pretty pretty funny show, HBO’s ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’, his long time friendship with Larry David, his first appearances on Johnny Carson and David Letterman and nearly five decades of funny.   35 more words

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Timeless Classics: Robin Hood Men In Tights

The second-to-last film directed by Mel Brooks, Robin Hood: Men In Tights (1993) became a classic in its own right, just like Young Frankenstein (1974), Blazing Saddles (1974) and Spaceballs (1987) have. 132 more words