It's not unlike when someone spaces out and leaves a cup of coffee on the roof of their car before getting in and driving away.
"What's the deal with BMW drivers?" That's probably (okay, probably not) what Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee impresario and noted Porsche-phile Jerry Seinfeld is thinking after a clueless driver backed into his 1973 911 RSR. Read more...
"Good utensil manipulation is very important to me." Jerry Seinfeld has turned his very funny web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee into a quick, additional series of outtake episodes he's calling Single Shots, pulling together clips of his Coffee guests riffing on a single theme. Show More Summary
Last month, Rob Ford made his return to office as the mayor of Toronto after a stint in rehab and and losing many of his actual mayoral powers in the midst of his crack-cocaine scandal. But in a new video, Ford spends some time with Deadmau5 getting coffee in the DJ’s Nyan Cat Ferrari (the [...]
As we’ve seen in the past, Jerry Seinfeld tends to be good for a chat with his ardent fans. His latest Reddit Ask Me Anything found the comedian providing interesting tidbits on Seinfeld, Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, and his childhood. Show More Summary
While Jerry Seinfeld’s modern take on the talk show has featured an array of exotic motor vehicles and an eclectic set of guests, his latest episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is certainly a little off-center. Trading in classic… Watch Jerry Seinfeld’s ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ with Aziz Ansari is a post by Alec Banks on Highsnobiety.
Jerry Seinfeld’s eponymous show ended in 1998, and, “yada,yada, yada” he now stars in one of the most successful web series of all time. To promote ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ (CICGC) Seinfeld dropped by Facebook’s New York office last week to take part in a Q&A with fans on the CICGC page. Show More Summary
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This week on Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld and Jon Stewart went to the famous Tick Tock Diner in New Jersey to get some coffee and some laughs. This week has also seen the manager of the Tick Tock plead guilty in a murder-for-hire scheme. Seinfeld has amended his Yelp review accordingly. Read more...
Jon Stewart had Jerry Seinfeld on The Daily Show Wednesday night, not coincidentally because Stewart is on the about-to-be-released season finale of Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Stewart good-naturedly mocked SeinfeldShow More Summary
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Two of our favorite web series have been nominated for Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Short-Format Nonfiction category. Jay Leno's Garage and Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee are up for the prestigious awards, whichShow More Summary
On the latest episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Jerry Seinfeld and comedian Aziz Ansari grab breakfast at Brody's Diner in Massachusetts. Seinfeld brings up a change he wants to make in his restaurant behavior: "I'm going to...
We love Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, and it's nice to see that other people love, it too. It's got so much love that it's actually up for an Emmy award this year! But Jerry faces some stiff competition, including Jay Leno. And the universe. Read more...
Watch out, Jerry Seinfeld. You've got a little bit of competition in the web series world, care of "Community" star Joel McHale.Seinfeld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" has been ordered for a fifth season online, but it might have been one-upped. Show More Summary
“Comedians in Cars Getting Cocaine” is an amusing video by The Soup that parodies the Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee web series. The video features host Joel McHale picking up actor Tony Hale before heading over to their local cocaine dealer. “The Soup” host Joel McHale takes joy riding in a classic 1959 ride to [...]
I feel like this is probably a more accurate representation of celebrity life in Los Angeles than Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee is. Read more...
We have to hand it to Jerry Seinfeld for making a go of his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. The king of observational humor manages to get some of the biggest names in comedy into some seriously cool cars (and some rather curious ones). Show More Summary
The Soup host Joel McHale one-ups Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, with the spoof "Comedians in Cars Getting Cocaine." He tools around Los Angeles in a 1959 Ford Skyliner with Veep's Tony Hale and asks him lots of casual questions about his work and fiendish cocaine habit. "So... More »