‘Is This Anything?

Jerry Seinfeld is releasing his funny jokes, called “Is it anything?” in his new book. The book will be available for pre-order on iTunes and Amazon.com. It also includes an excerpt from the book’s cover art, “The Ed Sullivan Show: A History of Stand-Up Comedians,” which has been published by Penguin Random House. “They were like astronauts or Olympic athletes to me. I could say something funny once in a while but everything out Of them is hilarious,” the comic said.

A Conga drum, and then he started crying and playing the drum In rhythm to the crying! That sounded crazy and hilarious to me. Then in 1974, two things happened that tripped my head out of whatever thick, suburban haze I was in and off into…a whole different realm of life. “I have to see this guy,” said Andy Kaufman, who is known for his stand-up comedy. He later moved to Los Angeles and performed at the Improv And Catch A Rising Star. Now, Bobby Kelton.

I remember thinking, “What if I’m not funny anyway. I would just have to be funny enough to buy a loaf of Wonder Bread and an jar of Skippy peanut butter every week.” It was all I ate in my parents’ house, though. Notably, Lenny is known for his role in the 1989 film ‘The Last Laugh’ which was also adapted by Dustin Hoffman. The book has been called Funny About the world of stand-up comedy. “I want to do this.

At Catch A Rising Star. Jimmie Walker’s joke was that it was raining so hard in New York that night he “just saw Superman getting into a cab.” I think it came from some kind of emotional cocktail of boredom, Aggression, intense visual awareness and Silly Putty of the Mind that enables you to transform what you see into What you Want it to be. I had only ever tried to make my friends laugh. That wasn’t that easy. And still the coolest club I ever walked

At twenty-five, when I walked into the Manhattan Comedy clubs for the first time, every neuron in my little brain Just lit up. I felt like I had finally found my home on planet Earth. And it was also the world of comedians I was suddenly in. Twenty years later, after graduating from Columbia University, I still feel that same excitement whenever I walk into a Comedy club.

In a room full of people sit quietly. Oxytocin is sometimes known as “the love drug” because the brain releases it when it receives positive social and/or amorous stimulation. The real problem of stand-up is that you have to love it badly, Madly, maybe even sadly. And when you’re on stage all by yourself, It’s like you are dancing with your friends at night. You must get live laughs every time you go.

On my preferred canvas, the big yellow legal pad, I kept everything I thought was worth saving from Forty-five years of doing stand-up comedy. I still go out to the clubs every week. Still love working on the bits. And appreciate every set I get to do. All of this for the laughs since Day one, day two and every other day, including today.

I don’t understand why they think that. I have never done anything else. There is something exciting, I think, about being in the same Room with the person who originally thought all the ideas You’re hearing. In the eighties Barry Marder was making a living selling jokes to Comedians at the Comedy Store in LA. The going rate was $75 per joke. “Why would they pay that much?” asked Barry’s father. When Barry heard his joke, he said, “What could possibly be of more value?”

Really need them. I can personally guarantee you that every comedian you’ve ever seen feels inside that they don’t have as much good Material as they really wish they had. Every laugh is slightly different. Unique even. And when a new bit breaks through, You feel like you are at the beginning of the journey again. It’s like recommending that someone become an iguana. Not everyone has what it takes to get there. But everybody has their own uniqueness and needs one. Barry said, “Because the

I’ll probably be out at a club in front of an Audience somewhere tonight. Excerpt from Is Anything? by Jerry Seinfeld. Copyright: Simon & Schuster, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Celebrity throwback photos: Guess who!