Grandpa Seinfeld, these things haven’t been cool to say since the 50’s.
He says he doesn’t even mind if you film him.
If #MeToo makes you scared of touching your wife…ask yourself why.
‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ is back, so grab your caffeinated drink of choice and, as the tagline promises, settle in for a “concentrated cup of comedy.”
Put a couple of Jewish comedians in a room together and it’s only a matter of time before one of them mentions Hitler. This ‘Single Shot’ montage from ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ just proves the point.
(JTA) — The rumored Seinfeld reunion finally happened! Teased in a spot during the Super Bowl, Jerry Seinfeld’s latest episode of his web series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” featured Seinfeld and Jason Alexander reprising their roles from the hit show.
Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David have teamed up for a new project, and it’s big. And…well, that’s it.
Jerry Seinfeld, a famous comedian, used to be the star of “Seinfeld,” a sitcom about a comedian named Jerry Seinfeld and his friends. Larry David, a less-famous comedian, was a writer and co-creator of “Seinfeld,” and now stars as Larry David in “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” a show about the daily life of Larry David, co-creator of “Seinfeld.” In the fourth season of “Seinfeld,” Jerry Seinfeld and his best friend George Costanza create a TV show called “Jerry,” a sitcom about a comedian, his friends, and a guy sentenced by a judge to be the comedian’s butler. In the seventh season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Larry agrees to participate in a “Seinfeld” reunion in the hopes that doing so will lead to a reconciliation with his wife. Jerry Seinfeld guest-starred as “Jerry Seinfeld,” the actor who played “Jerry Seinfeld” on “Seinfeld.” He is meaner and nastier than the character — meaner and nastier even than Larry — though no one seems willing to acknowledge this, or in any way recognize that Jerry is not the same person as his character.