April 4th, 2014
March 29th, 2014
Here’s a link to the David Brenner tribute I wrote. I’ll admit I wasn’t overly familiar with his work, but quickly became a fan.

Here’s a link to the David Brenner tribute I wrote. I’ll admit I wasn’t overly familiar with his work, but quickly became a fan.

January 6th, 2014
December 6th, 2013
Check out my new Splitsider article on Johnny Carson’s Los Angeles show, Carson’s Cellar! Back when his hair was black!

Check out my new Splitsider article on Johnny Carson’s Los Angeles show, Carson’s Cellar! Back when his hair was black!

March 29th, 2013

This Splitsider article about the time David Letterman had 13 cameras in his studio came out pretty good, and, if nothing else, it reminded me to watch this clip on YouTube, which is the best:

March 22nd, 2013
Before there was The Dick Van Dyke Show there was Head of the Family staring Carl Reiner. It didn’t get picked up. Read my new article on Splitsider to get my analysis on why that might be.

Before there was The Dick Van Dyke Show there was Head of the Family staring Carl Reiner. It didn’t get picked up. Read my new article on Splitsider to get my analysis on why that might be.

January 11th, 2013

I wrote an article about Johnny Carson’s final episodes on The Tonight Show. It came out pretty darn good, if I do say so myself. Why, there’s even a few clips. Click here and then read it, please.

January 4th, 2013

Be like Albert Brooks and read this article I wrote about his early short films.

December 16th, 2012
I wrote an article for Splitsider about an unaired pilot from 1962 I found that was written by Woody Allen and is all about a struggling improv group in NYC’s Greenwich Village.
I never expected to see all those words in one sentence either.

I wrote an article for Splitsider about an unaired pilot from 1962 I found that was written by Woody Allen and is all about a struggling improv group in NYC’s Greenwich Village.

I never expected to see all those words in one sentence either.

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Ramsey Ess is a writer and comedian living in Brooklyn. He is a freelancer for late night television, writer of a weekly column about old TV for Splitsider, a podcaster, and improviser. He is also the writer/star of the webseries "Ramsey Has a Time Machine."

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