Jason Alexander, Mary Gross, Edward Asner, and a full cast of unforgettable characters emerge from the steam, in this hilarious supernatural bathhouse.
An essay from Things I've Learned From the Women Who've Dumped Me.
Offering advice on exercise (walk, don't run) and insomnia (read Solzhenitsyn), Friedman takes the pulse of the aging American male - and finds him still in need of some good satire.
When Stern moves with his wife and small son to the suburbs, he expects to find greenery, good neighbors, and peace of mind. Instead, he lands center stage in the "Age of Anxiety". Bugs attack his bushes. The anti-Semite down the street insults his wife. Every conceivable fantasy of disaster assails Stern's fevered mind, topped off by the arrival of a world-class ulcer.