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Jerry has coffee and lunch with David Letterman and discovers the trick to remaining in late night for so many years.
Seinfeld is having coffee with Michael Richards (a.k.a. Cosmo Kramer from Seinfeld) at The Malibu Kitchen, Malibu, CA and the car is a 1962 Volkswagen Bus.
Jerry Seinfeld grabs a coffee and shares a ride with Don Rickles, the legendary comedian that keeps on delivering well into his 80s.
Jerry has coffee with two legendary greats: Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks.
Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David discuss the health impact of eating pancakes and the benefits of boxer briefs vs. regular briefs.
Jerry calls up Ricky Gervais for coffee and breakfast. Ricky hates the car but reluctantly jumps in as the two buds talk about why it is so funny to see a grown man in fear in addition to ordering eggs.
Jerry calls up Alec Baldwin in his vintage Mercedes and invites him for coffee in New York. A candid conversation about their successes and failures ensues as they order breakfast.
Brian Regan gets picked up by Jerry in his vintage Dodge and they chat about Brian's legendary streak on stage.
Jerry calls up Joel Hodgson to talk to him about Mystery Science Theatre 3000 and other musing.
Jerry calls up the legendary Bob Einstein who was most famous for portraying the hilarious and fictional Super Dave Osborne.
Jason Alexander reprises his role as George Costanza in this special ad prepared for the Superbowl and other advertising.
Jerry Seinfeld picks up Jay in a classic Porsche to find out what happens after his run on The Tonight Show ends.
Todd Barry chats with Jerry Seinfeld over coffee, chatting about life and comedy.
Patton Oswalt steps back in time with DeLorean and discusses comedy with Jerry.
Tina Fey rides with Jerry in a classic Volvo to chat about her inspiration for comedy.
Louis C.K. gets a ride from Jerry in a rare Fiat Jolly and they take a ride on Louie's personal boat around the New York harbour.
Jerry's special guest is Chris Rock in this episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.
The now former SNL Weekend Update anchor and head writer, Seth Meyers, joins Jerry Seinfeld for a coffee and talk about his comedic upbringing and where he's headed off to next.
Jerry meets up with Colin Quinn and Mario Joyner to discuss comedy.
Jerry's special guest is Sarah Silverman in this episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.
Jerry picks up Barry Marder, a prolific comedy writer and stand-up artist. Barry wrote the "Letters From A Nut" series of books (written as Ted L. Nancy) and also co-wrote "Bee Movie" (2007), in which Jerry Seinfeld starred.
Gad Elmaleh grabs a coffee with Jerry Seinfeld.