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Sit Down Comedy with David Steinberg is an informal interview-style show in which comedian David Steinberg talks with famous comedians and comic actors. Each show features Steinberg and one guest.
|S01E01||Mike Meyers||14/12/2005||Mike Myers and David Steinberg speculate about what people mean when they call Canadians nice ("Are people really trying to say that we are wussies or asexual?"), how Monty Python is a form of birth control and how Mike met his wife and how "far" they went on their first two dates.|
|S01E02||Larry David||21/12/2005||Larry David talks with David Steinberg about the jobs he had to take as a struggling comic including one as a private chauffeur for an elderly woman who insisted he wear a uniform, his views on the sexual revolution and his unsuccessful attempts to get involved in it and how he loves the scenes in which he gets cursed out in Curb Your Enthusiasm.|
|S01E03||Bob Newhart||28/12/2005||Bob Newhart sits down with David and tells how he started his professional career as an accountant, and his pride in being a Vegas headliner while Don Rickles was performing in the lounge. Newhart also shares his insights on the trust between comedians, "As opposed to the rest of show business, when two comedians meet they talk about the worst audiences they've ever had and their worst shows."|
|S01E04||Martin Short||04/01/2006||During his discussion with David Steinberg, Martin Short recalls his early days growing up as a stage-struck kid in a small Canadian town, his start as a singer and dancer and his move to New York. Short also displays his talent as a master impressionist doing everyone from Robin Williams to Liza Minelli…and even David Steinberg.|
|S01E05||Jon Lovitz||11/01/2006||In this episode, David Steinberg talks to Jon Lovitz about his early years as a suburban kid with a funny dad, his time with the improv group "The Groundlings," and his big break on Saturday Night Live where he created memorable characters including Master Thespian and The Pathological Liar.|
|S01E06||George Lopez||18/01/2006||George Lopez reveals his difficult upbringing in East Los Angeles and how his life story eventually became the material for his stand-up act.|
|S02E01||Jerry Seinfeld||21/02/2007||In an interview that’s about a lot more than “nothing,” Jerry Seinfeld opens up about fatherhood, the greatest thing about being a comedian and his first Tonight Show appearance. Jerry also tells the story of how he and Larry David conceived the premise of Seinfeld and talks about the importance of playing the “straight man” in comedy.|
|S02E02||Robin Williams||28/02/2007||In his inimitable stream of impressions, comedic non sequiturs and hilarious tangents, Robin Williams enacts an imaginary conversation between Condoleezza Rice and Oprah, describes the horror of accidentally breaking Robert DeNiro’s nose and talks about performing for troops serving in the Middle East. Robin also recalls his time at Julliard and how he made the transition from improv theatre to stand up.|
|S02E03||Roseanne||07/03/2007||A trim, blonde Roseanne -- sporting a tall bouffant -- describes in excruciatingly hilarious detail the time she bombed onstage during a gay cruise and then got stuck in an elevator with irate audience members. Plus, her relationship with her ex-husbands, and the accident that launched her comedy career.|
|S02E04||Jon Stewart||14/03/2007||Get more than a “Daily” dose of Jon Stewart when he opens up about his kids, his early stand-up days and the ephemeral art of topical comedy. Jon also talks about comedy “groupies,” dealing with critical fans and hosting the Academy Awards.|
|S02E05||Garry Shandling||21/03/2007||Garry Shandling’s got game -- and a story about defending Whoopi Goldberg at a celebrity basketball tournament to prove it. Garry also talks about the psychic abilities of all comedians, his acute commitment-phobia and how he had the two most emotional moments of his career on The Tonight Show.|
|S02E06||Ray Romano||28/03/2007||Ray Romano recalls delivering futons to chic clients like Cher and Robert DeNiro -- and picking up a return from Larry David. Plus, Ray describes living in his parents’ basement until he was 29 and why “vacation sex” is better than “home sex.”|