Who would’ve thought that comedians, cars, and coffees go well together? Apparently, Jerry Seinfield did. As an expert in making shows about nothing, Seinfield made Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee a great talk show—or, er, anti-talk show. Unlike the usual talk shows we see on TV, Seinfield’s show involves him and his guest riding vintage cars and going out for coffee or something. It has no concrete format, everything is spontaneous and develops organically between the host and the guest. His guests are usually comedians, no surprise there, but with Jerry Seinfield being the Jerry Seinfield, he’s able to invite big shots that you wouldn’t even expect to grace this series. Don’t get confused, though the title says comedians and the guests are comedians, the things they talk about are usually about their lives, experiences, and just overall light topics.
In general, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is not a comedy show. If you haven’t seen any episodes of it then simply imagine watching friends hang out, talking about anything and everything under the sun. But like what friends do, Seinfield and his guests throw out jokes from time to time, filling each episode with hilarious moments. After all, they're still comedians, right? There are many funny moments in Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee episodes but some are just above the others. Want to know what are the most hilarious episodes? We’ve got you! After watching more than 80 episodes, we’ve finally selected the Comedic scenes that are worth the gold. Just scroll down and check out the funniest moments in Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
Though not a comedian, Barrack Obama’s episode is pretty amusing. Appearing in Season 7, Episode 1, Obama was still the President of the United States of America at that time. The former president showcased his wittiness and dropped punchlines after punchline including “You have to use the non-presidential garbage.” What truly stood out was when Obama declared that he’s popular with the 0-to-8 demographic simply because they like saying his name.
Michael Richards, a Seinfield cast, was Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee the guest for the series’ finale for Season 1. Jerry Seinfield picks him up in a dilapidated 1962 Volkswagen Pickup. Things get hilarious when Richards asked Seinfield if they can drop by Sugar Ray Leonard’s house—which apparently is not his house. It turns out that Richards was showcasing his acting skills, even saying “I’m sure that was his house.”
Kevin Hart graced Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with his funny presence in Season 5, Episode 1 called You Look Amazing in the Wind. This episode is extra hilarious with Hart and Seinfield’s antics but the highlight would be when Seinfield asked Hart if he talked to executives who used his name a lot. The way Kevin Hart answered by imitating such executives is truly hilarious. He even mimics them drawing stuff that makes no sense.
A legendary Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee episode is when Will Ferrel was the guest. An impromptu skit of Ferrell imitating executives during a film’s focus group happened when Jerry Seinfield asked him if he gets involved in a film’s editing process. Not only is it super funny, but it’s also informative, giving us non-entertainment industry people a peek at what happens behind the screen.
Cruising around town in a blue Lamborghini, Jim Carrey’s appearance in Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is definitely one of the best episodes. In Season 6, Episode 3 called We Love Breathing What You’re Burning Baby, the Ace Ventura star pulled up the usual antics that made him a famous comedian. We already know how he can make anything funny but him randomly acting like a prisoner begging to be let go out of the car is pretty hilarious.
|1||Barrack Obama’s popularity demographic||Other||17||Paid|
|2||Michael Richards tricking Jerry Seinfield regarding Sugar Ray Leonard house||Other||14||Paid|
|3||Kevin Heart imitating executives during a meeting||Other||10||Paid|
|4||Will Ferrell explaining what happens in a film’s focus group||Other||3||Paid|
|5||Jim Carrey’s get me out of here||Other||1||Paid|
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