Jerry Seinfeld back in cars getting coffee on Crackle

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“Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” the contagiously funny show about nothing and everything all at once, has started its fourth season. The show has some changes, but it’s as if Jerry Seinfeld never missed a comedic beat during the show’s hiatus.

The season opener features Seinfeld and Sarah Jessica Parker driving in her 1976 Ford Country Squire station wagon to Manhattan.

The premise of the show is Seinfeld’s obsession with coffee and cars. It’s the most popular show on the Crackle network.

There’s new static footage in Season Four, and the season opener begins with a clever exchange of why Seinfeld hates the car and why Parker is enamored with it. She likes the immense windows and space; He says “Yea, boxes can come over the seats and hit you in the head.”

Parker retorts, “Well, you probably deserve it.”

Jerry Seinfeld and Sarah Jessica Parker are all laughs in the season opener of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.
Jerry Seinfeld and Sarah Jessica Parker are all laughs in the season opener of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.

Seinfeld calls the Ford wagon a “soulless monster.” Parker recalls her childhood in a similar car and playing with her Etch-a-Sketch in the back seat.

The two comedians are clever and their dialogue is rapid-fire quick. They discuss parents. They discuss how Parker pronounces “rye bread” and how much of a tip to leave the waitress in the coffee shop. They discuss feminine products. They laugh about the nuances of life.

There’s even a clever plug about the show’s sponsor with a planted policeman.

The overwhelmingly good thing about “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” is that Crackle has renewed the series through Season Nine. Twenty four episodes remain.

 To view the video, visit: COMEDIANS IN CARS GETTING COFFEE

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