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Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: New 2019: Freshly Brewed | Trailer | Netflix

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: New 2019: Freshly Brewed | Trailer | Netflix

Here atComedians
in Cars Getting Coffee,
we have noticed that we have,
shall we say, influenced a number
of other shows. I like anything with wheels.
Such as:Carpool Karaoke,
Alec Baldwin’s Love Ride,
Comedians Watching Football
with Friends,
Funny Uber Rides,
Clergy in Cars Getting Coffee,
Hiking with Kevin,Politicians in Cars
Getting Coffee,
Comedians on Bikes Getting Soup,Coffee Break, Coffee Run,
Cougars in Cars Getting Cosmos.
These are all real shows! And we are proud that others
have taken notice of our style and have been inspired by it. The only comment
we would like to make is, if you’re gonna knock us off,
get it right.Seth, Jerry Seinfeld.Oh, my God.You forget we have a show today?Oh, so we’re gonna
drive around all day?Bridget.Oh, my God.-Hello?
Yeah, what’s poppin?
It’s Foxx, baby.
What’s up? What we doing?-Whoa!
Today’s gonna be good for Ricky.-A beautiful…
-Good day for Ricky.-Fresh…
-Happy Ricky.
Delicious day…Is that what you wanted? It’s what I’ve got. It’s a car show,
you drive around. Comedians attempting to function
as normal people. This Wednesday… Oh, you a comedian, huh?
Comedian, my ass. Just give me one solid note. He used to
rail against comedians because they weren’t as wild
and dangerous as he was. Because he sucked. Why do you have a beard? Because I realized I could
change the shape of my head. There’s nothing like
professionalism, Mario. It’s the only thing that really makes humanity
worth preserving. I was mowing them down; left, left, then I drop a right,
left, left. It’s like a bar and a
living room soaked in beer. Look at that face. It looks like they made
the sandwich out of his head. -Can you say it?
-No, no, no, no, no, no, no. We have the meats! Oh, we’re really just eating. Yeah. I’m not saying
anything entertaining. This is it. My God… So… show ’em what we got. This is nice. Once you’re on it,
you wanna stay on it. I mean, why would I walk
when I could do this?

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100 thoughts on “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: New 2019: Freshly Brewed | Trailer | Netflix

  1. garbage shit kiddies…you fuckin retards will watch anything
    lets hope you get run over…but not killed…only maimed for life…looking down at your phone

  2. Seinfeld is accusing other shows of stealing the idea of interviewing celebrities while doing something mundane. Fishing with John started it all. Give John Lurie some credit, Jerry! Maybe throw him a couple millions bucks.

  3. Fishing with John was the first! Seinfeld accusing Hiking with Kevin of stealing his idea would be like Oasis taking credit for influencing Sean Lennon.

  4. Anybody heard of UK TV show called "Carpool". Apart from the Coffee it's the same. It premiered in 2010. Just sayin.

  5. lol he blatantly ripped off Deadmau5's coffee run episodes which were done years before this show. Hypocritical fuck

  6. So everyone wants Eddie Murphy… so after that one do we care anymore? I love this promo with Jerry accusing everyone of ripping him off when he ripped off this very show from the UK show called Carpool. Hypocrites in cars lying about his own creativity.
    That being said I did love Seinfeld. Pft who didn't.

  7. They forgot “comedians on razors getting crunch wrap supremes” CRGCWS. The best most original show on wheels

  8. Love these types of shows, especially when the guest is somebody I like. Wish Netflix would get the rights to Dinner for Five. Such a tease when I saw it on there and they only have the 50th episode.

  9. I'm worried for Eddie. There's no way he can come back to stand up without clubs, and there's no way to get club audiences to keep their shit together so he can build an act. It's going to take some long, hard work.

  10. Good series, then some chick does a Natalie Portman imitation. Who the fuck knows that? Jerry laughed. 👎 like he's next to Rich Little.

  11. Only in America would a billionaire drive a 1978 Dodge beater, go to Arby's, eat the roast beef sandwich while driving, film it, and have millions watch it.

  12. After Jerry Seinfeld took the idea off of Robert Llewellyn in the first place everyone probably thought it was fair game.

  13. Just watched the Eddie Murphy episode. EPIC!!! The greatest episode ever – hands down. Newsmaking for sure, and entertaining as hell!

  14. I don't get how Jerry Seinfeld started doing Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee and saying that's he's the one to influence and created the idea of having celebrity/ famous people both go and drive to get coffee or something, when Joel Zimmerman aka Deadmau5 has been doing this since 2014 lol! C'mon Jerry really!? 🤦

  15. Imagine walking into a coffee shop and you see two G.O.A.T.s like Jerry Seinfeld and Eddie Murphy just chilling there sipping on some brew🤯

  16. 😂😂😂😂😂 they are so right about how a comedian doesn't necessarily have to be funny if the people coming to see them loves them. I'm not sure if the Sammy Davis Jr. and Michael Jackson story was actually funny or not but I was in tears laughing at them.

  17. Why doesn’t Jerry do drug testing so he can avoid nothing episodes like Seth Rogen? I’m not saying any or all of the others weren’t multiply medicated, but for the most part they ranged from good to fantastic. Except incoherent Rogen

  18. Jerry's appears to be overlooking the fact that this format was itself 'influenced' by Carpool; which started running in 2009.

  19. A follow-up for Jerry's homeless joke:

    Q) What did the super rich guy driving a Porsche say to the other super rich guy as they drove by the homeless?
    A) Fuck the homeless! They give each other advice… and they're total scumbag losers!!!

    Jerry Seinfeld is really at the top of his game here! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH

  20. What’s with all the references to nazis on this program? Funny show but it’s a bit disturbing when it’s so prevalent.Matthew Broderick.Dud.

  21. I cannot stand Jamie Foxx! He is such low class ghetto trash! Watch the way he sits and acts at the table in the restaurant and eats! DISGUSTING! He is not even funny!

  22. Pull ova…pull ovaa! I'm gone read him his rights…you have a right to remain silent anything you say will be held against you in a court of law…what is this?!…WHAT IS THIS?!!!

    I bet yall read that in his voice


  23. I like jerry s, this show and i like the rapport he has with all his guests. everyone that i am recalling seem like genuinely nice and funny people. i just wish they would make a point of keeping the butt-kissery to more of a minimum. i get there is mutual respect that they want to express just please edit more of it out, we don't need to see all that.

  24. Just watched the Eddie Murphy episode, only the third or fourth episode Ive seen. I was amazed to see how great he looked, but even more amazed how much it meant to me that he was doing so well.. Its not that Im a huge fan of his, I just have so many fond memories of his movies and stand-up from my childhood and teen years, Im really really glad he seems to be doing so well.

  25. I'll say this Seinfeld is good at concepts, but sub par comedian n don't give that number 1 show shit, it had a good cast he wasn't even top cast member

  26. I was not abled to watch it to the end…. it seems that i was more about Jerry bragging about himself…

  27. I'd like to see Chris Tucker, Jason Alexander
    , Sinbad, Bill Murray and Adam Sandler on a future episode. Love this series.

  28. How is it possible to have two of the so called 'greats' and yet there is no jokes or anything funny happening???

    I know Jerry has his legacy but as a host he is very dull, and the fake laughing at not even funny remarks are so cringy.

  29. More awkward outings with lesser know comedians who have to forcibly laugh their way through Seinfeld trying hard. It's so damn cringey.

  30. Here is the interesting aspect of this episode with Seth Rogan and the one that follows, with Ricky Gervais. In this episode guest is known for politically correct speech, being friend with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who also happens to be extremely PC. We also know Jerry Seinfeld is against that PC and is willing to go a bit across the line. So Jerry picks Seth with a broken, old, police car which symbolizes "though police". In the car he poses the question "would you rather be insulted or have someone insult you" and Seth , as expected answers he'd rather be insulted. This whole theme of what is correct and what is not stretches across the whole episode here and there, touching on Bill Cosby scandal as well. Then in the next episode he picks up Ricky Gervais who is known to be anti politically correct, but he picks him up with Rolls Royce. They soon start talking about the same thing "what is appropriate" and it is opened again by Jerry with the "Chinese all looking alike" joke. And this is really interesting concept he took – in one hand he represents those who are for PC, who feel like "victims," in this shitty position (broken police car metaphor) and those who have the luxury to be anti-PC are represented to be in the upper echelons of society (Rolls Royce metaphor). In other words "if you live like a king you probably don't have a reason to be offended", which oddly enough is exactly the position "victims" take. It is also interesting how he slams these two positions with similar points and at the end of Ricky Gervais episode how he spoofs it into this gaff with cartoonish inserts.

  31. Towards the end of the Eddie Murphy episode, Jerry and Eddie sit in the Hollywood Improv and talk. Eddie brings up the issue of Bill Cosby telling him how to work at which point J observed "What's so funny to me, when I think back on it, how funny it was that he thought he had the power to tell you to work the way he wanted you to work. What crazy fantasy was that?" While I don't doubt that he believes all of that (and certainly he's right), I also suspect that Jerry never would have said any of that if Cosby's sexual assaults had never come to light. That is, he wouldn't have openly criticized a comedy legend. But now that he's a shattered icon, he'll talk smack about him. If Cosby had never assaulted anyone (or if it had simply never come out), Jerry wouldn't have been bold enough to air those thoughts publicly. Of course I could be wrong. But that's the sense I get.

  32. "I'm the first to drink coffee, the first to podcast while mobile, and the first to podcast with other people". – Jerry Seinfeld Probably

  33. Why did he not mention “‘Comedians’ on Hoverboards getting Chicken McNuggets” in the beginning??

  34. The show works because Jerry is the biggest fan of his guests. His big laugh makes his guests comfortable.

  35. He has to get Steve Buscemi on this show. The car is a 1966 Coupe DeVille and the cafe is called “The Worlds Smallest Violin”

  36. You didn't invent the concept, my dude. A lesson in humility and an ego check would make the show more watchable.

  37. I love all of the episodes on this show. It is so interesting hearing comedians speak about their craft. I really enjoyed the episode with Eddie Murphy as he is one of my favourite all time comedians. The first time I saw Raw and Delirious, I was 13 years old. We wagged school, went to a friend's place, made a bowl of ice cream and poured in some of her brother's rum, sat back and had our minds blown.

  38. Huh? what shows are copying this show? the first show of season 1 and the last show of this season was the same car and same guest.

    I think this is the last season. Hopefully…

  39. This show is to a "car show" what Tim Hortons is to Krispy Cream. One is a Coffee shop that sells Donuts the other is a Donut shop that sells coffee. Complimentary is the word for this show. Not enough car talk (for my liking) and too much "comedy" that is not funny. It should be called: Comedians talking about comedy with numerous cuts to coffee pouring B-Roll. Time to liven that isht up!

  40. Eddie was acting so weird in this😒… one minute he sound black then he went into this strange thing and started Talking unnecessarily white… all actors act like they have a mental illness to me

  41. I have never even heard of this show. …then I showed my brother my 1967 Triumph GT6. I guess the cars funny looking enough for him to tell me about this show, claiming that this would be the sort of thing that Jerry Seinfeld would drive.

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