Patton Oswalt Celebrates 30 Years Since His Acting Debut On “Seinfeld” Opposite Jason Alexander

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Published on March 13, 2024

Patton Oswalt stops by to tell Stephen about several new projects he’s juggling, including the historical true-crime drama “Manhunt,” and the upcoming blockbuster, “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire,” and he shares a fond look back at the show that gave him his start. “Ghostbuster: Frozen Empire” opens in theaters on Friday, March 22nd.

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  • @ovidiumiinea5462 2 months ago

    Oh my god Americans live to self felate over how great they are. It’s pathetic

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  • @WalkingmanPattaya 2 months ago

    Patton is more of a conspiracy theorist than RFK Jr. When will you have presidential candidate RFK Jr on Stephen?

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  • @vercoda9997 2 months ago

    Starting into a lousy, stressful day at work – but hey, gonna watch this to have One good thing in my day today. Patton – always a gem.

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  • @paulwoodford1984 2 months ago

    remember when the lame cast of stranger things got their little knickers in a twist when he had a little joke about how one of the casts names sounded like a cool porno name

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  • @Mormon_guy 2 months ago

    Patton listened to Godspeed You Black Emperor in 2001 and is finishing his art school project finally

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  • @roydelvallePH 2 months ago

    That was a fire intro by the band

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  • @KLondike5 2 months ago

    He looks a bit like a compact version of Tom Wilson these days.

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  • @michaelsalovaara567 2 months ago

    I thought that it was a duo of Pat and Oswald. And certainly I’m not the first.

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  • @francescaa8331 2 months ago

    “King of Queens, King of Queens!” From his standup bit.

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  • @tycobb2580 2 months ago

    the projects he promotes sound hella boring

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  • @situational.analysis 2 months ago

    Loved him on “King of Queens.” The entire cast was flawless. Up there with Seinfeld.

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  • @gosnooky 2 months ago

    The Seinfeld episode in question, “The Couch” also had some foreboding. Elaine’s story involves her coercing her date into revealing his stance on abortion, to which he replied “someday, we’ll get enough people on the Supreme Court to change that law.”

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  • @youtubeed12345 2 months ago

    Nobody cares

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  • @dissonanceparadiddle 2 months ago

    So many actors were on that show that got big later it’s crazy

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  • @mariaaguadoball3407 2 months ago

    I’m just excited that he quoted Darby Crash.

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  • @adawil2002 2 months ago

    Kudos Patton’s references! Germs Darby Crash, Dan Ackroyd….Doctor Detroit, Blues Brother, Ghostbusters Bass-O-Matic, Leonard Pinth-Garnell.

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  • @personman8404 2 months ago

    Man, people like him have the best things to say that nobody listens to. History is always watching

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  • @mgmcd1 2 months ago

    Dear Patton, 2007 called and Queer Eye wants its hair and shoes back. 🤔😎

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  • @alimfuzzy 2 months ago

    Wow… that’s Patton Oswald from Space Cop!!!

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  • @khuti007 2 months ago

    Class act Pat

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