Jerry Seinfeld News Archive
Jerry Seinfeld Gets Back To What He Does Best — Ranting About His Food — In Standup Routine For Stephen Colbert!
Doing what he does best!
Seinfeld is one of the greatest sitcoms of all time.
While we didn't get a full comedy special from the comedian, Seinfeld did perform a HIGHlarious tight five where he ranted about donut holes, buffets, and Swanson meals.
CH-ch-check out the legendary comic return to his comedic roots as he reminds us he is still as funny as ever (below)!
President Barack Obama Joins Jerry Seinfeld For A HIGHlariously Historic Episode Of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee!
What a good sport!
Season Seven of Jerry Seinfeld's hilarious webseries Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee kicked off on Wednesday, and in honor of the premiere they managed to wrangle a pretty huge get.
As in, the leader of the free world himself, President Barack Obama!
Barack may not be a comedian by trade, but he's made quite a few one-liners during his presidency, so we think he's more than qualified to take part in the Crackle show.
Specifically, the pair was not allowed to leave the White House premises on account of safety! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the most historic episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee ever (below)!!!
Happy Holidays, Seinfeld fans!
And of course by "holidays" we mean Festivus!
Fans have celebrated the holiday invented by Frank Costanza every December 23 since the beloved sitcom went off the air 17 years ago.
A metal pole, feats of strength, listing grievances, what's not to love??
The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus Is Getting His Own Show! But What Does This Mean For Daryl?? Deets HERE!
He sure loves to ride!
We all knew that Daryl Dixon from The Walking Dead loved to ride motorcycles — well apparently the actor who plays him, Norman Reedus, does too!
Not only that but Reedus just got his own show greenlit by AMC!
Daryl's Norman's new show will be six one-hour episodes that follow the actor as he rides to different destination!
Similarly to Jerry Seinfeld's web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the WD actor will have a partner in crime each week described as a: