The answer depends on how low audiences are willing to set their expectations, as a "Dumb and Dumber" sequel never stood a chance of topping...
Bergen's decades-long career also included roles on "The Sopranos" and "Desperate Housewives"
His manic absurdity as a comedian was matched only by his ability to go dark (and go subtle) as a dramatic actor
"Seeing a woman project the kind of aggression that you have to project as a comic just rubs me wrong," Lewis says
The veteran director talks with TheWrap about fighting the ratings board and seeing uncomfortable echoes of Hitler in his black comedy of excess
The British director of "A Hard Day's Night" and "Help!" helped pave the way for film comedy and rock videos
In the never-released film, Lewis plays a clown that leads kids in a concentration camp into a gas chamber
The octogenarian comedian still doesn't think women are funny -- then made matters worse by saying his favorite female comics were Cary Grant and Burt...
Jerry Lewis was on hand to receive an award and present one to Tom Cruise
Eddie Murphy, Jerry Seinfeld, Carol Burnett, Billy Crystal and Steven Spielberg are among the celebs who talk about the comic legend
He could not only run the show and do no wrong, stay on forever and answer to nobody, he could save the world at the...
"I told him I was going to," the comedian said in a GQ sit-down with Amy Wallace
Ebert calls Lewis' removal "crude and graceless;" Laugh Factory comedians agree
The 85-year-old comedian will be replaced as host for the upcoming Labor Day telethon, which he's hosted since 1966
He doesn't spare the "The Biggest Loser," either: "Who cares? The industry has destroyed itself"
The comedy giant was on hand to promote the documentary "Method to the Madness of Jerry Lewis"
A four-part adaptation of the Martina Cole crime thriller "The Take" will also debut in the fall
The 85-year-old comedian fell ill minutes before going on stage to promote Muscular Dystrophy Foundation
Star will helm musical version of "The Nutty Professor."
To star in the independent drama "Max Rose," his first since "King of Comedy."