An hour with actress Cate Blanchett on her role in Woody Allen's latest film "Blue Jasmine."
A look at Woody Allen's new film 'To Rome with Love' with actors Alec Baldwin, Penelope Cruz, Greta Gerwig, Ellen Page and producer Letty Aronson.
Host David Steinberg interviews Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David about his formative years and his choice of comedy over his family's career preference of mailman, the creative struggles of his Saturday Night Live and Seinfeld years, and the influence of Woody Allen on his work.
Host David Steinberg interviews "Curb Your Enthusiasm" creator Larry David about his formative years, his creative struggles in the world of television, and the influence of Woody Allen on his work.
When the gang teases Robin about not being a "real" New Yorker, she sets out to prove them wrong by racing them to a downtown restaurant to catch a glimpse of Woody Allen, the ultimate New Yorker.
POLITICAL WRAPS: John McCain, Cindy McCain, Barack Obama and Michelle Obama host MADtvs political “Best Of” episode. PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: George Bush and John Kerry debate. OBAMA VIDEO: A political parody of the video “Umbrella.” SWIFT#1: An anti-John McCain swift boat style ad. ANGELA RIGHT: Angela Right attempts to get President George W. Bush to sign a document. SWIFT#2: An anti-Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton ad. POLITICALLY INCORRECT: MARRAIGE: A parody of Bill Mahers “Politically Incorrect” featuring Bill Clinton and Oprah Winfrey. WEST WING: A parody of the television series, “West Wing.” AL JAZEERA NEWS: A parody of the Al Jazeera news network that has the anchors and commentators repeating the phrase “death to America.” LETTERS TO LINCOLN: Morgan Freeman hosts a television program that features John Madden, Ellen Degeneres, Woody Allen, Brad Garrett and Jackie Chan reading letters written to Abraham Lincoln. GNARLY: A parody of the Gnarls Barkley “Crazy” music video.
Jon Lovitz brings down the house when he does Woody Allen's famous "I shot a moose" monologue . . . as Woody Allen! Lovitz also reveals the origin of Master Thespian, and talks about his dramatic training.
Dot: Spelling Bee
Dot uses magic and gum to win the National Spelling Bee Competition as her father watches in disbelief.
Marvin Tikvah: Clubbing
Sleazy Hollywood agent Marvin scouts potential naïve starlets at a Hollywood nightclub.
The Wizard of Oz's Dorothy confronts subversively larger-than-life M&M's.
Letters to Lincoln
"Morgan Freeman", "Ellen Degeneres", "John Madden", "Woody Allen", "Brad Garrett", "Jackie Chan", "Jackee" and "Shaq" read letters to and from Lincoln.
Jovan Muskatelle: Eyewitness 2004
Jovan, a professional eyewitness, gives his "crazy as hell" description of a downtown riot. Flashbacks of his ancestors' accounts of famous events are also shown.
Charlie Rose Talks With Oscar Award Winning Actor Helen Hunt, About Her Role In The New Woody Allen Film, The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion. Next, Critic And Author, James Wolcott, Discusses His First Book, The Catsitters. Finally, Filmmaker Bud Greenspan Talks About His Film Report Of The Sydney 2000 Olympics.
After writing a fictional article about a dinner with director Woody Allen, Maya must endure the criticism of her father and her coworkers. But she's delighted when someone claiming to be Allen calls to compliment her about the piece. However, when he drops by the office, Maya finds that the man who called is nothing more than an obsessed impostor trying to pass himself off as the famous director. Meanwhile, a mix-up has Nina giving Jack breath-freshener instead of eye drops. After getting to know the phony Woody Allen, Maya begins to enjoy his flattery and company. Taking his advice, she's even able to persuade Jack into letting her pursue an unpopular story idea. However, despite her delight in having the advice work, Maya is still taken aback to find Woody perched on her balcony when she arrives home from work. Meanwhile, Nina pledges to stand by Jack until his eyesight is restored.