Monthly Archives: September 2010

Boyfriend and Girlfriend Discuss Glee: “Audition”

Jason and Emily are boyfriend and girlfriend.  They also both really like "Glee".  Here is a brief discussion between the couple on some of the highs and lows of the night’s episode.   Jason: We find out there’s a word … Read More

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The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/This American Life Roundup: “Life After Death”

  This week’s TAL, Life after Death, explores the guilt that dwells in the unconscious of the innocent, even if logic grants them amnesty.  All we have is now, so let’s jump right into it. Act 1: Innocent drivers realize … Read More

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The Week in Hilarious: Bill Murray Turns 60 and Still Isn’t Jewish, Eugene Mirman Fest Highlights, and More

Bill Murray turned 60 this week.  He’s still not Jewish, but we don’t care.   The first promo videos for the upcoming season of Saturday Night Live.  A roundup of the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival at Brooklyn Vegan.  Hannibal Buress … Read More

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Old Jews Telling Jokes get a TV Show

According to Splitsider, the "Old Jews Telling Jokes" series is getting a television show.    "The show, tentatively titled Nag & Noodge, will be a short-form sitcom shot in front of a live studio audience. It’s being written by married … Read More

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Video: Jewcy Hangs out With Mayor Bloomberg as He Picks a Sukkah City Winner

Mayor Bloomberg must have just gotten back from his house in Bermuda because he was the tannest person hanging out in Union Square yesterday, as the winner was unveiled in the Sukkah City competition. Among a crowd of cheering Sukkah … Read More

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Watch: Book Trailer for Adam Levin’s “The Instructions”

Big books written by Jews are “in” this year.  First there was Joshua Cohen’s Witz, and next on the list is Adam Levin’s The Instructions. Our pals over at The Rumpus chose it for their next book club selection, and … Read More

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Making With the Funny: Hanging out With Marc Maron

Sometimes we find ourselves in that "can’t stand music, only podcast" phase in the week, so we go into the iTunes store, and the first thing we do is download the newest episodes of Marc Maron’s WTF podcast. Maron’s a … Read More

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Jewcy’s Fashion Week Guide to Style: Napoleon Perdis

As a compliment to New York and Jewcy’s Fashion Week, I thought I would take my weekly Guide to Style to the tents of Lincoln Center as well. Being that I am consistently hunting down the best brands and products … Read More

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