Although old cast members appear in various episodes (aside from Jerry Seinfeld of course), The Over-Cheer is the only episode to have some of them play their old characters. Jason Alexander reprised his role as George Costanza and Wayne Knight reprised his role as Newman. See more »
Painful-- like watching a cooking show when you have the stomach flu.
Go live your own life, or please, watch something entertaining.
Cars - The cars look nice, but not much attention is paid to them besides watching them get stuck in traffic in every episode... it is all too realistic and uninspiring.
Comedy - is very absent, besides the fact that these people are career comedians! The jokes and laughter make my stomach turn and I feel embarrassed for them as it all seems very forced. It would be better to hear more of their stories, rather than Jerry or the guests trying to prove they are funny. Most of this is reflected in Jerry's performance-- fake knee slapping for his guests, but also expecting them to laugh at his. You can taste the sour awkwardness in your mouth.
Coffee- Is an afterthought... Not only is it not discussed, they are getting plain old brown water at mostly "classic" diners, and then you will see many montages of beans grinding, shot pulling, steam wands, and pouring... over and over and over... It is tiring and not needed at all, seeing as what is being sipped is straight out of the Bunn drip brewer...
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