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Trailer Alert – Jerry Before Seinfeld

Jerry Seinfeld always does things differently, doesn’t he? While many other comedians are signing deals with Netflix and putting their new stand up sets on the streaming platform, Seinfeld took a different approach. In Jerry Before Seinfeld, Jerry Seinfeld literally takes you back to his childhood and early stand up days before he became an international star through Seinfeld. It’s a unique take on a stand up special and a perfect layout for something you’d watch on Netflix. Jerry Before Seinfeld starts streaming September 16th.


“Lets go to the Movies” is the Academy’s Way of Copying Jerry Seinfeld

These videos are actually very well done and the perfect balance of funny and quirky, sound familiar?……

Jerry Seinfeld sets the bar and everyone else erects a ladder and jumps over it. This is my first time checking out a “Lets go to the Movies”, but I will be back for more for sure. Patton was the perfect subject for this type of show. More to come.


Comedian in Cars Getting Coffee – Louie CK


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Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld’s brainchild, is back! First on the list guests, Louie CK. Read the rest of this entry

Comedian in Cars Getting Coffee – Season 3 – January 2nd!

Patton Oswalt, Louie CK, Tina Fey, Jay Leno…and the list goes on! Cannot wait to get pour myself a hot cup of joe and pretend i’m there, with them!


PS- I can’t imagine how Jerry will impress the king of cars, Jay Leno…but I know he will.

Jerry Seinfeld is Calling a Mets Game, Again

Jerry Seinfeld is back to talk about nothing — and this time it’s his beloved Mets.

With the team more than 20 games out of first place, long-suffering fans who may not have tuned in to Tuesday night’s game against the San Francisco Giants will at least have Seinfeld in the broadcast booth alongside Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling, Bobby Ojeda and ringmaster Gary Cohen.

It’s Jerry’s second time since 2010 offering analysis of a Mets game on SNY — and his old friend Hernandez is thrilled.

“We just let him run, because he’s funny,” says Hernandez. “People want to hear what he has to say and his sense of humor comes out, so it’s our job just to step out of the way.”

Hernandez, of course, appeared in two episodes on Seinfeld’s classic sitcom and almost two decades later Jerry has returned the favor.

Jerry, is there anything you can’t do? Comedian, created and stared in a universally loved sitcom, successful voice actor, creator of a smash-hit web series, and Mets color commentator.


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