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Stand Up Comic, Writer, Actor & perennial substitute host for every talk-show ever, Judy Gold, boasts two Emmy Award wins, writing & producing for the Rosie O’Donnell Show.Her two solo-shows, both written with playwright Kate Moira Ryan and starring Judy – 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother & The Judy Show!You can find her on most episodes of 'tru TV's: World's Dumbest,'many episodes of 'The View,' 'The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore,' 'Today with Katie Lee and Hoda' and 'The Wendy Williams Show.' She's appeared on The Food Network's 'Chopped All-Stars' as a competitor (don't ask), 'Rachel vs Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off' and 'The Next Food Network Star' as well as TLC's 'The Next Great Baker.'Judy was also featured on 'Louie,' 'The Jim Gaffigan Show,' episodes of 'NBC's '30 Rock' and 'Morning Joe,' ABC's 'Melissa & Joey' and 'Celebrity Wife Swap,' (as the first same-sex couple in the show's history), CBS's '2 Broke Girls,' and 'The Doctors,' and Showtime's 'The Big C,' as well as 'Ugly Betty', 'Law & Order,' 'SVU,' 'Hollywood Squares,' and was featured in an episode of 'The Glades' on A&E and 'Are We There Yet? She hosts a free, weekly podcast, 'Kill Me Now' that focuses on everything that annoys her and her guests & can be heard regularly on several other podcasts and radio programs including 'Opie & Anthony,' 'Keith and the Girl', 'WTF with Marc Maron', 'NPR's The Moth,' 'I Hate My Wife,' and more.
The liner notes include the original album notes, plus a new essay "Two Hours Of Pow! All images on this page from the collections of Scott Brogan & Eric Hemphill.You’ll be the laugh track in Judy Gold’s hilarious new show, THE JUDY SHOW: MY LIFE AS A SITCOM.In this hysterical homage to the classic sitcoms of the 70s, 80s and 90s, two-time Emmy winner Gold reveals everything that’s truly funny about her life through the lens of the sitcoms of her youth.This edition of JUDY AT CARNEGIE HALL was mastered directly from the origianl Capitol Records 3-track "A-Set" remote session tapes.Where the original engineers changed reels, we left a one-second lapse in the program, rather than attempt to smooth the gap over with over-dubbed applause.