Earlier this year, New York magazine ran a cover story announcing the death of Jewish humor. “Twilight of the Tummlers” was a profile of Woody Allen and Larry David, tied to the movie “Whatever
Works,” but it was also a prediction that their particular brand of bleak, self-lacerating comedy was not long for this world.
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