Turns out the “Seinfeld reunion” filmed in January was exactly what I thought it was: A Super Bowl commercial for a “Seinfeld” episode of the webseries Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
With a push for Acura and a plug for the webseries, only on Crackle on Super Bowl Sunday.
Here’s how Jerry Seinfeld, driving a 1976 AMC Pacer, introduced his guest…
“I love this car for three reasons. It doesn’t work, looks ridiculous and falls apart. Which makes it the perfect car for my guest today: Mr. George Costanza. George was my best friend for almost every single day of the 1990s.”
There’s a trip to Tom’s Restaurant (which served as the backdrop for Monk’s Cafe in Seinfeld), discussion about the art of the mumble, the issue with the Wassersteins — who were displeased both by George’s over-cheering, as well as of his availing himself of the master bathroom — and, hello, Newman!
It’s all right here at Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee with George Costanza.
Here’s an edited version in case Crackle’s full six-minute episode isn’t cutting it for you
Previously: Seinfeld filmed a Seinfeld reunion.
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