Anybody Want To Hear Jerry Seinfeld Talk About Cars?

By | May 11, 2012

Jerry Seinfeld Comics & Cars | Bee Movie Car

Jerry Seinfeld is apparently coming back to TV with a new reality show about cars he’s appropriately calling Comics & Cars. For those of you who don’t already know, Seinfeld is probably one of the most well-known celebrity car guys, second only to Jay Leno. He’s also a celebrity who’s career has been mundane at best after his self-title hit TV sitcom ended in 1998. I mean, let’s face it- did anyone really enjoy Bee Movie or The Marriage Ref?

This time, Seinfeld isn’t taking the routes of animated insect voice-overs or giving couple’s counseling, but rather sticking to what he knows best: being funny and cars. What Comics & Cars episodes will actually consist of is still largely unknown right now, but according to the NY Post it should feature Seinfeld and his celebrity comic buddies driving around in old classic cars while making witty banter and letting the world know how they lost their virginity in a 1970 Barracuda.

With the “entertaining automotive show” standard already set so high by Top Gear, Comics & Cars get’s a big “meh” from us until we have a bit more to go off of. We can’t even speculate on a launch date for the show right now, but when we have Mr. Chris Harris pumping out easily the best car review videos in the world on a near weekly basis, there’s no rush, Jerry.

[NY Post]

1 Comment

Tyson Call on May 11, 2012 at 2:13 pm.

I saw Jerry do stand up at Abravanel Hall 3 years ago and it was fantastic. I was literally in pain after laughing for an hour straight.

His movie and subsequent show may have sucked, but his stand up career is still thriving, and that is what he was in the first place. He sells out huge venues at enormous ticket prices.

He is doing just fine.

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