Watch Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee

Jerry Seinfeld is back, this time on Web video. Along with some of his good friends who are great comic personalities in their own right, Seinfeld takes us on a journey to the funny side of life's road. He matches the appropriate vehicle to interview guest, picks them up at their home and takes them for, you guessed it, coffee.

The list of comedians getting in cars with Seinfeld is long and glamorous. Season one of the generally 15-to-20 minute web episodes included the likes of Larry David, Ricky Gervais, Kramer, otherwise known as Michael Richards, Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks to name but a few. Season two features Chris Rock, David Letterman, Seth Meyers and Sarah Silverman among others.

The concept is disarmingly simple and results spectacularly funny. In just the amount of time it takes to drive to a coffee venue and get some coffee, or snacks, Seinfeld and guests discuss what makes for funny comedy and show business success. It's always entertaining and if the talk about comedy doesn't do the trick, just check out the specially chosen vehicles as Seinfeld matches the right car to the right comic for the right comic presence and fun.

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Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee Full Episode Guide

  • Will Ferrell says the secret to his comedy is that he looks like a banker but acts like a nut, which is why Jerry picks him up in a “happy, silly” 1970 Plymouth Road Runner SuperBird for a mid-day break.

  • In a perfect combination of guy, car and moment, Sebastian Maniscalco cruises the streets of L.A. with Jerry in a '69 Camaro Z/28 and talks about growing up in a Sicilian family, his grooming habits and having a mean resting face.

  • Garry Shandling rides shotgun in a 1979 Porsche 930 as he and Jerry goof on Matthew McConaughey and the Dalai Lama during a trip to Seinfeld's old New York street set.

  • Jerry takes Kathleen Madigan and her buddy Chuck Martin out for a spin in Los Angeles in a Baikal Blue 1974 BMW 2002tii as they ponder the pejorative meaning of the word “tool” and wonder why dads get no sports shout-outs.

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