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I've always loved the premise of Jerry Seinfeld's web series where he picks up fellow funnymen and women and drives around, stopping somewhere and drinking coffee. The execution hasn't always been great, though, and in season 2, I felt like I was really just wasting time watching Seinfeld gab and shtick with Seth Myers and Sarah Silverman. Here's the season 3 premiere, starring Louie CK, which gets things off to a far more promising start. 

I've always loved the premise of Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee," his web series where he picks up fellow funnymen and women in awesome obscure vehicles and drives around, eventually stopping somewhere and drinking coffee. The execution hasn't always been great, though, and in season 2, I felt like I was really just wasting time watching Seinfeld gab and shtick with Seth Myers and Sarah Silverman (and I'd rarely say anything bad about a fellow long-suffering Mets fan). 

Season 3 gets off to a way better start, with Seinfeld scooping up his pal Louie CK in a comic-looking 1959 Fiat Jolly and heading to Louie's boat for a spin around Manhattan (and yes, there's a coffee machine onboard). Watch as Seinfeld and Louie riff about comedy, getting stoned and creative parenting, here in this 22-minute episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (available here if video isn't playing below, via Crackle):