The goateed comic hosts web series creator Jerry Seinfeld on his yacht for a humorous jaunt around Manhattan
The Season 3 premiere of Jerry Seinfeld's “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” features more boat than car, but otherwise sticks to the web series’ formula of two terrific comedians riffing and just enough coffee to fill a near 24-minute episode.
In the show, which debuted midday Thursday, guest Louis CK takes Seinfeld for a spin around the island of Manhattan on his yacht after a ride in the host's rare Fiat Jolly.
On the river, the two legendary stand-ups discussed which colors look good on CK (not orange), appropriate fabrics for boating (not suede) and the first words that Seinfeld said as a baby: “Leave me alone.”
CK also recounted the epic story of the day his boat ran aground in Harlem, which also happened to be the first time he brought his two daughters aboard. The current reigning stand-up champ also ranked his favorite things in life: comedy, sex and the blue numbers that count down 3D movies — and not necessarily in that order.
Other guests to appear in the six-episode season are Tina Fey, Howard Stern, Jay Leno, Patton Oswalt and Todd Barry. New episodes premiere every Thursday through Feb. 6.
“Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” can be seen on all Crackle platforms and on comediansincarsgettingcoffee.com.
Seinfeld executive produces the web series, which Sony Pictures Television's Embassy Row produces.