When you star in and produce a very successful sitcom in the ’90s, you pretty much can do whatever you want in the ’00s.
That’s what life was like for two NBC sitcom stars, Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Reiser.
Dating, for instance, is something we all agree with.
Those in relationships remark that they’re happy they don’t have to deal with dating and those that are single-and-ready-to-mingle always seem to have battle scars and horror stories to discuss every day over lunch.
(The first four minutes, were a blur of anxiety and nerves! Spontaneous plans went from being something I typically dreaded to something that I was thoroughly giddy about.
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Since moving to NYC, I’ve done the drinksafterwork thing, walked out on a terrible date, been set up by friends, had a dinner that didn’t even get through ordering food (mutually decided upon), rekindled old flings, and maybe only once was there actually something there with someone.
Keeping with that theme, Reiser also has a third book, Familyhood, coming out in May. AVC: Well, where have you been since Mad About You left the air? PR: [Laughs.] No, I thought that was going to be funny, but it wasn’t. The show finished 12 years ago, and I have a 10-year-old who last year said, “Dad, what do you do?
PR: I was ringing the bell of show business, but nobody answered. I see you here all the time and you seem to be flush, but what do you do really? ” I wasn’t looking to do it, but when somebody invites you very graciously and encourages you, you say, “Well, all right, let me think about it.” And I said, “I want to go write something.
Sure, he has famous friends, but the guys he hangs out with most these days either have kids or are married to his wife’s friends. Club: The question everybody would like answered, now that you’re back on the— Paul Reiser: What’s going to happen in Libya? It’s going to be very tricky, I think, for the American government, if Gaddafi stays in, to go, “We were kidding... we were rooting for you the whole time, what are you kidding? Those were facetious air strikes.” AVC: “We didn’t mean any of that.” PR: [Laughs.] Yeah!
The show explores what happens when guy friends are thrown together via circumstances they can’t always control. Club about the new show and how closely it mirrors his real life as a husband and parent. So what’s the question that everybody wants to know? I was very much enjoying being not in the limelight, but I was actually, you know, doing things.