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Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee 

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Jerry Seinfeld is joined by friends for a cup of coffee and a drive in a classic car, sharing stories all along the way.

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Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 7 wins & 3 nominations. See more awards »
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Jerry Seinfeld is joined by friends for a cup of coffee and a drive in a classic car, sharing stories all along the way.

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19 July 2012 (USA)  »

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Cómicos, coches y café  »

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In addition to Jerry Seinfeld, people associated with the series Seinfeld (1989) who have appeared on the show include Larry David, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander, Wayne Knight and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. See more »

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Spoofed in Comedians in Cars Getting Sex (2014) See more »

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Little nugget of somewhat indulgent gold.
19 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

It's a novel concept and rolls stand-up comedy, reality TV and our fascination with celebrities into one little bite-sized but right-sized segment.

The show is not constant laugh-out-loud humour and initially may appear not to live up to the high expectations which inevitably attach to a Jerry Seinfeld venture. You might even feel torn between the desire to watch, and the unwillingness to admit that you're interested in watching a celebrity get a cup of coffee.

But drop your guard, watch a few episodes, and you will realise that the creators do not intend to suggest that you have nothing better to do than watch their mediocre moments. Rather, this show is the loving little side-project of someone who just wants to share their passion for cars, comedy and the subtleties of human relations.


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