Bob Newhart is kind of the iconic image of the comedian whose timing and his material is so good he’s not begging for it, you know? You have to go to him.
I think I have other talents. I think I'm doing what I should be doing. I'm very interested in science and I want to hear from scientists, and I have experience in helping people communicate better. So I'm in a perfect spot. But to be a scientist, I think I'd be more like what Bob Newhart was when he was an accountant. He thought, 'If you come in within a couple of bucks, shouldn't that be okay?'More quotes »
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Ask Matt: Old-Timers and Emmy Bait on Big Bang; Grimm, Hannibal, Southland RIP
acted in a wonderful way without feeling out of place. — Scott Matt Roush: We should all be so lucky to age as gracefully as Bob Newhart, Patty Duke and Meredith Baxter. Age happens to us all, and while there's always a twinge of nostalgia when we reconnect from TV Balla Read more »
TV ratings: Fox, CBS tie atop the demo; ‘Game of Thrones’ gains again
Made Easy Get today’s news delivered to you. Bob Newhart’s guest spot on “The Big Bang Theory” put the CBS sitcom in first place among adults 18-49 last week. Despite the fact that “American Idol” continues to hemorrhage viewers, Fox tied for the top spot from Los Angeles Business Journal Read more »
Film Review: ‘Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic’
career in “Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic.” Though the film features a number of fellow comics praising Pryor’s genius, from Bob Newhart to Whoopi Goldberg, Zenovich concentrates on those lawyers, agents, wives and collaborators most central to the different from Variety Read more »
Ratings: CBS on Top; Parks and Rec Finale Grows
topped Thursday, led by The Big Bang Theory. The sitcom, which featured guest star Bob Newhart, drew 15.7 million viewers and a 4.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, up a tenth from last week. Two and a Half Men (11.9 million, 3.1) and Person of Interest from TV Balla Read more »
(Video) Mel Brooks: The president of Turkmenistan?
a occasion last night was for comedy greats on TV! First Bob Newhart in a wonderful turn on The Big Bang Theory. And then later, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Mel Brooks, the guy who practically invented funny on the tube with Sid Caesar’s Show of Shows. Actually, from Philly.com Read more »