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Jun 12, 2013 06:42 PM

(Jerry's Back) with Season 2 of COMEDIANS IN CARS GETTING COFFEE
Starting tomorrow! Be sure to catch Season 1.
Between the guests, cars and coffee shops a good time is had by all!


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  1. I love this show- favorite guest ever was Alec Baldwin. I thought most of the episodes were really funny. I'm amazed that these stars eat in some of the places that they meet. If I had that much money, I don't think I'd be eating a tuna sandwich at a diner.

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    1. re: taste test

      Really you don't think multimillionaires can *still* enjoy a tuna fish sandwich in a diner?!! That's not true at all. So cute that you think so though.

      How about the Season 1 epi with Ricki Gervais? I think that one was one of my favorites. New Season has some wonderful guests. I always watch with a cup of coffee!

    2. In Season 1 Jerry visits Mel Brooke and Carl Reiner at Brooke's home over Jewish deli and chicken. Now that episode (#9) is a keeper.

      1. Wow, how did I not know about this until now? I certainly hope my family doesn't expect anything productive of me this evening as I have catch up viewing to take care of.

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        1. re: tcamp

          I've been in the dark, too. Now I'm going to HAVE to catch up!

        2. oooh, one of my favorites!! I actually really liked the Michael Richards one last season. Glad you posted - didn't know Season 2 was about to begin!

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          1. re: ItalGreyHound

            Sarah Silverman was kinda fun and David Letterman is next Thurs...I can't even put my finger on why I think this is a fun ride for 25 mins. Afterall, the people having fun are Jerry & his guests driving in a fantastic auto shooting the breeze over food and coffee....but I love the show!

            1. re: HillJ

              Can't WAIT to see the Letterman one this week...

              1. re: ItalGreyHound

                Me too, this time with kettle corn & coffee!

          2. I was really excited to read about this show the other day. Never heard of it before and it sounded really amusing. But I gather you have to watch it on the computer or in my case an iPhone? Not the TV? Forgive me but I am gadget challenged.

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            1. re: miss_belle

              Correct, miss b, this program is not on tv unless you have Internet access through your television and can log on to

              1. re: HillJ

                Thank you HILLJ. Maybe one of these days I'll get with the program.

                1. re: miss_belle

                  I hope you'll tune in, the "show" is short, sweet, funny and a nice way to revisit the comedy of Jerry S. Episodes are weekly, Thurs is the debut for each episode and unlike tv, you can "tune in" at your convenience and leisure.

                  1. re: HillJ

                    What I like is that the show is so low key. Not ha-ha LOL funny, but simply pleasant and enjoyable. I don't even care for Sarah Sliverman that much, but I enjoyed the episode. I agree- Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner were the best...but how could they not be?

                    1. re: EricMM

                      Well said, EricMM. It's a fun "ride" without actually being there.

                2. re: HillJ

                  Or through which has a much better interface. I truly dislike's YouBoob-like (yet, missing any hint of intuitiveness) interface. I make sites work for my clicks - I don't just click around to try and find what I want.

                  1. re: MplsM ary

                    thanks for posting the direct link, MplsM.

                    1. re: MplsM ary

                      I just watched the Sarah Silverman epi again but this time using the show's link you provided through my television and it looks fantastic! Our father's day company is enjoying it! Thanks!

                      It's always the little things that make the biggest difference...

                      1. re: HillJ

                        I also tried watching it through that link. I'm not all that interested in the show, but I've got a big time crush on Sarah Silverman.

                        1. re: JonParker

                          Thanks for giving the show a try. I suppose this idea is more like Jerry's way of entering into semi retirement while still doing three things he loves: driving classic cars, drinking coffee in mom & pop joints & hanging out with his pals-many are in comedy.

                          1. re: HillJ

                            My first Jerry Seinfeld show. Guy is not bad.

                            1. re: INDIANRIVERFL

                              No kidding! Well, I'm glad you gave it a try and enjoyed it.

                              1. re: HillJ

                                Wow, I heard about this show and though it sounded stupid. Boy was I wrong!

                                1. re: coll

                                  Have you had a chance to watch Season 1, coll?

                                  1. re: HillJ

                                    All I've watched is the one you posted, but that's about to change!

                                    1. re: coll

                                      Have fun! I watched the Letterman episode tonight.

                                      1. re: HillJ

                                        That's the only one I watched so far, it's a weird concept but done very well! Next time I have insomnia, I'll check out a few more ;-) I heard mention of a lot of interesting guests.

                                        1. re: coll

                                          That's the beauty of Internet tv, you watch at YOUR leisure without having to preset a box.

                                          Something about JS just appeals to me. I like the way he talks to people. And his interviewing 'style' is a hoot. Like we all have the same insider knowledge about his guests he has...

                                          1. re: HillJ

                                            He really is down to earth. You almost don't notice him when he's with an ensemble.