Jerry Seinfeld has opened up his archives, making his standup clips available on JerrySeinfeld.com.
It will house hundreds of clips that include the 57-year-old’s first network appearance on ‘The Tonight Show’ in 1981 up to the present day, reports PopEater. The site was inspired by his thirteen year old daughter who listens to comedy albums on her iPod.
Another interesting tidbit, Jerry hates watching himself on re-runs of “Seinfeld.”
“I think because as much as I enjoy the humor of it, it kind of reminds me of how hard it was to do,” he tells PopEater. “I can’t seem to get that part out of my head and just enjoy the show but I’m working on it because I would like to watch them more. When I watch them, I see my face and I see how I was struggling.”
Rosie O’Donnell will be dusting off the mic this April as she returns back to where she launched her career: stand-up comedy. Since she exited the stage in 1995, Rosie has been filling her time with a hodge-podge of entertainment gigs. These acts include her long-running talk show The Rosie O’Donnell Show, a role in Grease on Broadway, and a short-lived stint on the View.