Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner nabbed the highest honor
Once upon a time, Soundstage 27 on Culver City’s Sony lot held the Yellow Brick Road.
On Saturday, it was home to the equally fantastical TV Land Awards, honoring stars who’ve segued from the tube to the bigscreen and, in some cases, legend.
Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner nabbed the evening’s highest honor, and, in place of a speech, gave an interview in the style of their 1960 comic record, “The 2000 Year Old Man.”
The cast of “Glee” received TV Land’s Future Classic kudo, which followed an honor for the genuinely old classic “Bosom Buddies,” starring Tom Hanks, from three decades ago.
“I realized that if we have a 30-year anniversary I’ll probably be dead,” said “Glee” star Jane Lynch.