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Veteran writer and comedian David Steinberg sits down with comics and other entertainers for one-on-one interviews in this series that delves into the stars' lives and careers. Steinberg's guests -- a list that includes such luminaries as Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Mel Brooks, Don Rickles and Jonathan Winters -- share career-defining moments, personal struggles and the idols who inspired them. These intimate interviews give viewers a glimpse into what makes legendary comedians who they are, both personally and professionally. The hard-working Steinberg not only hosts the show but also serves as an executive producer and directs each episode.

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Conan O'Brien; Jeffrey Tambor.
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Ted Danson; Wanda Sykes.
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Cheech and Chong; Dane Cook.
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Bryan Cranston; Carol Leifer.
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Michael Keaton; Dan Aykroyd.
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Stephen Colbert; Jon Stewart.
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Kevin Pollack; Bob Saget; Larry Miller.
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Fred Willard; Catherine O'Hara.
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Richard Lewis; Gilbert Gottfried.
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Key & Peele; Garry Marshall.
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Dick Van Dyke.
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Eric Idle; Bob Einstein.
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Andrew "Dice" Clay; Kevin Nealon.
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Bette Midler; Richard Belzer.
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Jonah Hill; Alan Arkin.
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Jimmy Fallon; Zach Galifianakis.
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Robert Klein; Bill Maher.
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Comedian David Steinberg sits down with other comics for one-on-one interviews.
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Comics Susie Essman and Carol Burnett.
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Comedian David Steinberg sits down with other comics for one-on-one interviews.
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Drew Carey; Martin Mull.
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Comedian David Steinberg sits down with other comics for one-on-one interviews.
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Louis C.K.; Bob Newhart.
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David Steinberg interviews Robin Williams and Jonathan Winters.
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Comedian David Steinberg sits down with other comics for one-on-one interviews.
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David Steinberg interviews Ellen DeGeneres and Tim Conway.
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David Steinberg interviews show business legends Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner.
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David Steinberg interviews Sarah Silverman and Garry Shandling.
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David Steinberg interviews Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David.
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Host David Steinberg interviews comedy greats Billy Crystal, Martin Short and Brad Garrett.
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David Steinberg interviews comedy actors Steve Carell and Jane Lynch.
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David Steinberg talks to Chris Rock.
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Host David Steinberg talks to Jerry Seinfeld and Don Rickles about their comedy careers.

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