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In the Season 1 premiere, series host David Steinberg sits down with legendary insult comic Don Rickles, who reveals the genesis of his act, his inability to do impressions or tell jokes; and with sitcom icon Jerry Seinfeld, who shares his lifelong affection and respect for Rickles and his post-stardom strategy of breaking back into the middle.

  • Runtime: 27 min
  • Quality: HD
  • Studio: Showtime
  • Amazon rating: 3

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Skitter Johnson
which were both good. Steinberg is a decent interviewer

I only really watched the Jon Stewart and Conan interviews, which were both good. Steinberg is a decent interviewer. Most of being a good interviewer is not getting in the way. Steinberg succeeds at that. Conan and Stewart are brilliant comics. They show that with their ad lib ability during the interview. Not all comediennes have the ability to be naturally funny and clever off the cuff. I wish the interviews were longer and more in depth, but I was grateful to get a glimpse inside the minds of two funny guys.

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