Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season Eleven


SEASON ELEVEN (SUMMER 2019) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: Eddie MurphySeth RogenRicky GervaisMatthew BroderickJamie FoxxSebastian ManiscalcoMartin ShortMario JoynerMelissa VillaseñorBridget EverettBarry Marder


Rose Cafe
220 Rose Ave., Venice, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“I Just Wanted To Kill”
Jerry is joined by legendary comedian and actor Eddie Murphy in a 2004 Porsche Carrera GT, discussing their similar, then very different, career paths, and whether Eddie will return to the stage 30+ years after his last special.

Hollywood Improv
8162 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“I Just Wanted To Kill”
Jerry and Eddie stop in to pay tribute to the legendary club, where Eddie discusses his not-so-positive experiences with his idols Richard Pryor and Bill Cosby.

The Paley Center For Media
465 N. Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CALIFORNIA (map)
“An Evening With Jerry Seinfeld & Eddie Murphy”
Jerry and Eddie later reunite under the Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee banner for a moderated debate with Joy Reid on who is the funniest comedian of all time.
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Point Grey Pictures
Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
“We Have The Meats”
Jerry picks up Seth from his shared office with creative partner Evan Goldberg en route to lunch.

Canter’s
419 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“We Have The Meats”
Jerry takes former comedian-turned writer and actor Seth Rogen for his first trip to Canter’s in nearly a week in a 1976 Dodge Royal Monaco, outfitted as a police car, discussing Rogen’s youth standup origins, beards, a failed Will Ferrell awards coup and his discovery of the Bill Cosby scandal.

Arby’s
5920 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“We Have The Meats”
Deciding that Canter’s was simply not enough, Jerry and Seth stop in to Arby’s for another pick-me-up, as evidently…”they have the meats!”
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Barbizon 63
140 E. 63rd St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Lexington Avenue – 63rd Street (F,Q)
“China Maybe?”
Jerry picks up Ricky from this condominium complex, where Ricky claims the lobby is actually his unit (plus a security guard, but minus a bed).

City Limits Diner
200 Central Ave., White Plains, NEW YORK
 (map)
“China Maybe?”
Jerry brings Ricky Gervais back for a second visit, this time in a much roomier 2018 Rolls Royce Dawn than the previous 1967 Austin-Healey 3000, where seemingly every part of the conversation returns to Jerry’s controversial comment regarding China on the drive from Manhattan to White Plains.

Martine’s Fine Bake Shoppe
48 East Pkwy., Scarsdale, NEW YORK
 (map)
“China Maybe?”
Jerry and Ricky stop in, leave, and then return to buy pastries, due to Ricky’s guilt for only patronizing the store previously without buying anything.
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Patagonia
72 Greene St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Prince Street (R,W)
“These People That Do This Stuff, They Stink”
Jerry and Matthew attempt to pick up some athletic gear from this store before being blocked by a terrified employee over their cameras; they are eventually allowed to return after their coffee and pastries.

Le Pain Quotidien
100 Grand St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Canal Street (N,Q,R,W)

“These People That Do This Stuff, They Stink”
Jerry goes for coffee and bad pastries with film and theatre star Matthew Broderick in a 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante, lamenting their previous rejection from Patagonia and discussing, among other things, the famed trashing of the Ferrari 250 in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”

Citi Field
123-01 Roosevelt Ave, Queens, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Mets – Willets Point (7)

“These People That Do This Stuff, They Stink”
Jerry and Matthew trek out to the Mets’ home park, undertaking a “rigorous” training regimen, enjoying beer and hot dogs in the stands, and taking to the field for some batting practice in the cold Queens air.

Joe Coffee Company
141 Waverly Pl., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Christopher Street (1)

“These People That Do This Stuff, They Stink”
Jerry and Matthew return for a second coffee post-practice, this time presumably with better pastries than their first stop.
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Slim Goodies Diner
3322 Magazine St., New Orleans, LOUISIANA
 (map)
“You Got To Get The Alligator Sweat”
Jerry goes for lunch with Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA-winning actor, comedian and singer Jamie Foxx in a 1969 Maserati Mistral Spyder, discussing Foxx’s standup origins (including a run-in with Chris Tucker), Quentin Tarantino (and offensive plantation selfies), and his perfect impressions of the likes of Dave Chappelle, Robert Downey Jr. and Jay Leno.
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Pasticceria Rocco
243 Bleecker St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: West 4th Street – Washington Square (A,C,E,B,D,F,M)

“My Wife Didn’t Know The Extent Of It”
Jerry is rejoined by comedian Sebastian Maniscalco, this time not necessarily in a car but on a 1959 Lambretta Series II scooter, zipping around Greenwich Village before taking in some Italian coffee and pastries.

Faicco’s Italian Specialties
260 Bleecker St., NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: West 4th Street – Washington Square (A,C,E,B,D,F,M)
“My Wife Didn’t Know The Extent Of It”
Jerry and Sebastian stop in to an Italian grocery store, where they are introduced to the massive “Italian Special” sandwich, getting one each to enjoy post-coffee.

Grom
233 Bleecker St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: West 4th Street – Washington Square (A,C,E,B,D,F,M)
“My Wife Didn’t Know The Extent Of It”
To complete their Italian excursion, Jerry and Sebastian stop in for some authentic Italian gelato.
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Lunetta
2420 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“A Dream World Of Residuals”
Jerry goes for lunch with comedy legend Martin Short in a 1983 Mercedes-Benz 300D Wagon, discussing his legendary tenures in Godspell, SCTV, and comedy tours with Steve Martin.

Walden Dr. & Carmelita Ave., Beverly Hills, CALIFORNIA (map)
“A Dream World Of Residuals”
Jerry and Martin stop off to pick up a star tour map from a vendor, where they are given a copy on the house for being “kind of” stars themselves.

1002 N. Roxbury Dr., Beverly Hills, CALIFORNIA (map)
“A Dream World Of Residuals”
Jerry and Martin make their only televised stop, in front of Jack Benny’s home in Beverly Hills, to stop for a quick photo.
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Xquisite Barber Lounge
1380 Main St., Venice, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“He Should Have Been Done That”
Before their meal, Jerry brings Mario to a barbershop to ensure that his beard is up to snuff for chicken and waffles.

Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffles
5006 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“He Should Have Been Done That”
Jerry brings returning guest, old-time friend and fellow comic Mario Joyner to this legendary L.A. spot for chicken, waffles and coffee in a 1974 Volkswagen Thing, especially apt as Mario is a well-known VW fan, best known to the world as “Maroon Golf.”

Pinkberry
1612 Montana Ave., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“He Should Have Been Done That”
Jerry and Mario stop in for frozen yogurt following their chicken and waffles.
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Toys2 Discover
5504 18th Ave., Brooklyn, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Avenue I (F)
“Melissa Villaseñor”
Jerry goes to pick up his Nissan Figaro from this Brooklyn toy store, needing to drive it out of its plastic packaging on his way to pick up Melissa.

Museum Of Food And Drink
62 Bayard St., Brooklyn, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Nassau Avenue (G)
“Melissa Villaseñor”
On their way to lunch, Jerry and Melissa notice an exhibit on Chinese food at the MOFAD, stopping in for an impromptu meal prepared by a non-Chinese chef…with extra MSG to boot.

Forrest Point
970 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Morgan Avenue (L)
“Melissa Villaseñor”
Jerry goes for a post-meal lunch and coffee with Saturday Night Live star and impressionist Melissa Villaseñor in a 1991 Nissan Figaro, discussing accents, silly voices and Silly Putty.
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Cafe Angelique
1 Piermont Rd., Tenafly, NEW JERSEY
(map)
“Still Hot To The Touch”
Jerry goes for lunch with comedian and cabaret star Bridget Everett (and, in a series first…her dog) in a 1961 Cadillac Series 62, discussing her unique performance regimen, fellow comedy colleagues…and in an unprecedented first for the show, an outburst by Jerry over an unnamed comic who he has a, shall we say, very checkered past with.

Udo’s Automotive Service
21 County Rd., Tenafly, NEW JERSEY
(map)
“Still Hot To The Touch”
Jerry and Bridget stop by this car lot to view cars before they are unceremoniously kicked out by the angry owner…only to discover it is not a car lot with vehicles for sale, but rather a service lot only.

Astrology Readings By Ruby
1 Hillside Ave., Tenafly, NEW JERSEY
(map)
“Still Hot To The Touch”
Jerry and Bridget stop in to have tarot readings, where Jerry is told that he needs to beware of one person from his past he has had conflict with…name withheld.
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Brent’s Delicatessen & Restaurant
19565 Parthenia St., Northridge, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“Big Lots And BevMo!”
Jerry goes for lunch and coffee with old friend, “Ted L. Nancy” creator and the show’s first guest that was ever recorded (and the inspiration for the show to continue), Barry Marder, in the same 1966 Porsche 356 SC Cabriolet he used in the first season, where they discuss Barry’s many wives, obese people and bodily function rankings.

Big Lots!
8960 Tampa Ave., Northridge, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“Big Lots And BevMo!”
Jerry asks to go with Barry for his first ever visit to a Big Lots, where they comprehend giant confectionery and paper towels, before settling on chocolate-covered Twinkies.

BevMo!
6520 Canoga Ave., Canoga Park, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“Big Lots And BevMo!”
Jerry tries to replicate his Big Lots fun at BevMo, but is disappointed to learn that the only beverages they carry are alcoholic.
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Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season Ten


SEASON TEN (SUMMER 2018) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: Zach Galifianakis • Dave Chappelle • Ellen DeGeneres • Tracy Morgan • Brian Regan • Dana Carvey • Hasan Minhaj • Neal Brennan • John Mulaney • Kate McKinnon • Alec Baldwin • Jerry Lewis


Bike Attack Electric+
2904 Main St., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“From The Third Reich To You”
Jerry and Zach stop in to look at some electric bicycles, with Zach particularly interested in a universal baby seat, while catching a bystander filming them red-handed.

Royal Donuts
6501 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA 
(map)
“From The Third Reich To You”
Jerry and Zach decide to forego the show’s traditional coffee and meal to start, opting instead to split a ludicrous amount of fresh donuts across the plaza from their intended destination.

Dinah’s Family Restaurant
6521 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“From The Third Reich To You”
Jerry goes for even more donuts with comedian, film star and the host of “Between Two Ferns,” Zach Galifianakis, in a dirt-yellow 1972 Volkswagen Thing.

Between Two Ferns
Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
“From The Third Reich To You”
With Zach continually reminding Jerry he has a “hard out” for a table read, Jerry drops off Zach at a film studio…which he discovers is actually the set of Zach’s show, “Between Two Ferns,” where Jerry undergoes a far more awkward interview with Zach, before being interrupted by rapper Cardi B.
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Four Seasons Hotel
2800 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.
 (map)
“Nobody Says, ‘I Wish I Had A Camera'”
Jerry picks up Dave from the hotel for their meal.

The DINER
2453 18th St. NW, Washington, D.C. (map)
“Nobody Says, ‘I Wish I Had A Camera'”
Jerry goes for coffee with comedian, “Chappelle’s Show” star and fellow Netflix comic Dave Chappelle, talking about wide-ranging subjects from bombing onstage to casual Superman, rolling up in a 1973 Citroën SM.

Duke Ellington School Of The Arts
3500 R St. NW, Washington, D.C. (map)
“Nobody Says, ‘I Wish I Had A Camera'”
Dave brings Jerry for a special visit to his high school, where he donates his Emmy Award to the school amidst a massive fundraising campaign, and shows Jerry the campus where he began to hone his craft.
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Tre Lune
1151 Coast Village Rd., Montecito, CALIFORNIA (map)
“You Said It Wasn’t Funny”
Jerry takes out comedian and daytime talk show dynamo Ellen DeGeneres in a 1977 Toyota FJ40, discussing the macabre and dark of subjects like North Korea, fires, storms…and penises.

San Ysidro Pharmacy
1498 E. Valley Rd., Montecito, CALIFORNIA (map)
“You Said It Wasn’t Funny”
Jerry and Ellen pop into a small pharmacy and gift shop, where Jerry mocks Ellen’s adopted hometown of Montecito for its lack of youthful citizens.
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Bergen Equestrian Center
40 Fort Lee Rd., Leonia, NEW JERSEY
 (map)
“Lasagna With Six Different Cheeses”
Jerry opens the episode here on horseback, to demonstrate “his kinda horse” – the “so Italian” Ferrari GTO.

Kings Food Markets
650 Valley Rd., Montclair, NEW JERSEY
 (map)
“Lasagna With Six Different Cheeses”
Jerry and Tracy make a quick stop at the grocery store, where Tracy is apparently looking for the very ballpark franks which spurred an impression of him from both Jimmy Kimmel and Eddie Murphy.

Raymond’s Restaurant
28 Church St., Montclair, NEW JERSEY (map)
“Lasagna With Six Different Cheeses”
Jerry takes in the sights and sounds of suburban New Jersey with comedian, actor and SNL alum Tracy Morgan in a 1984 Ferrari 288 GTO, as Jerry, like the rest of the world, struggles to keep up and follow the rapid-fire delivery of Morgan.
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Casa de Cadillac
14401 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Are There Left Handed Spoons?”
Jerry is forced to pick up the Cadillac XLR from this specialty dealership, lamenting that “Cadillac is for someone who feels comfortable telling his neighbors ‘I’m doing better than you, but only with money. I’m an idiot in every other way.'”

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills
300 S. Doheny Dr., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Are There Left Handed Spoons?”
Jerry picks up Brian from the hotel, noting how a Marilyn Monroe statue depicting the famous subway grate scene from The Seven Year Itch should really be more uncomfortable, seeing as how hot, disgusting subway air is blowing up her backside.

Espresso Profeta
1129 Glendon Ave., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Are There Left Handed Spoons?”
Jerry very reluctantly drives a 2006 Cadillac XLR, the supposed favourite car of comic Brian Regan, to go out for Regan’s second visit on the show, becoming just the second guest (after Bob Einstein) to make a repeat outing with Jerry.

Roger Dunn Golf Shops
1801 S. Bundy Dr., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Are There Left Handed Spoons?”
Much to Jerry’s chagrin, he takes Brian to a golf store, where he can pick up some supplies and practice his swing, all the while lamenting how his score can never seem to change from a 110.
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The Peninsula Beverly Hills
9882 S. Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Na..Ga..Do..It”
Jerry picks up Dana from this hotel…only to take him to a different (albeit more upscale) hotel less than ten minutes away, after noting that Harvey Weinstein is also inside the hotel.

The Polo Lounge
9641 Sunset Blvd.,
Beverly Hills, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Na..Ga..Do..It”
Jerry stuns the normally swanky crowd at The Beverly Hills Hotel by pulling up in a Meyers Manx Dune Buggy with comedian and impersonator extraordinaire Dana Carvey, covering the likes of SNL, American presidents, and Dana’s sons’ foray into comedy.

Sam Ash Music Stores
7360 Sunset Blvd.,
Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Na..Ga..Do..It”
Dana takes Jerry to check out the guitar selection at a music store, discussing The Beatles and the comedic timing of guitar players, while Dana serenades Jerry with a Neil Young-inspired performance of “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town.”
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The Daily Show – NEP Studio 52
733 Eleventh Ave., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 50th Street (E)
“Nobody Cries At A Joke”
Jerry discovers that Hasan lives across the street from the studios where The Daily Show is shot, as Hasan explains as a Californian, he wanted to minimize a winter commute as much as possible when moving to New York.

Clockwork Records
24 Main St., Hastings-On-Hudson, NEW YORK
 (map)
“Nobody Cries At A Joke”
Jerry and Hasan make a quick stop at a record store before going for breakfast.

Hastings Center Restaurant
540 Warburton Ave., Hastings-On-Hudson, NEW YORK (map)
“Nobody Cries At A Joke”
Jerry picks up the rapidly rising coming Hasan Minhaj in a 1992 Ferrari 512TR, chatting over pancakes about the merits of baseball vs. basketball, the White House Correspondents Dinner, and Hasan’s impending fatherhood.
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Good Stuff Restaurant
1286 The Strand, Hermosa Beach, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Red Bottom Shoes Equals Fantastic Babies”
Jerry and comedian / Chappelle’s Show co-creator Neal Brennan go deep into conversation after riding in a 1965 Porsche 356C, conducting a comedy dissection masterclass, while both admit they have barely watched each other’s shows.

825 Hampton Dr., Venice, CALIFORNIA (map)
“Red Bottom Shoes Equals Fantastic Babies”
Jerry and Neal are shown walking Neal’s dog, Keith, where Jerry suggests Keith could come along…before Keith coughs up in a disturbing enough fashion to make Jerry quickly change his mind.
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The Best Of New York Food
200 W. 14th St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 14th Street – 8th Avenue (A,C,E,L)
“A Hooker In The Rain”
Jerry pulls up outside of Birch Coffee (56 Seventh Ave.) to pick up John, before popping into this bodega to pick up some white Tic Tacs.

ABC Carpet & Home
888 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 23rd Street (6)
“A Hooker In The Rain”
John drags Jerry out to look for an entryway rug and a runner, despite having no spousal clearance to purchase anything, depending on Jerry to try to pick out a rug that will satisfy his marital needs.

Capizzi
547 Ninth Ave., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 42nd Street – Port Authority Bus Terminal (A,C,E)
“A Hooker In The Rain”
Jerry and comic John Mulaney go for a bite in a 1969 Alfa Romeo Giulia Super, merely a quick stop in the midst of their rug shopping adventure.

Montclair, NEW JERSEY (map)
“A Hooker In The Rain”
The closing credits note, along with deeply depressing music, shows that the discarded rug was taken by a member of the production staff and was last seen somewhere in Montclair (perhaps its with Tracy Morgan?)
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Terrace Dr., Central Park
New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 72nd Street (A,B,C)
“A Brain In A Jar”
Jerry and Kate drive through the park along Terrace Drive, with Jerry pointing out both his love for the east side (“the New York of my dreams”) and his disdain of the west side (“this is my people here – that’s how we look”) of the park.

Via Quadronno
25 E. 73rd St., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 77th Street (6)
“A Brain In A Jar”
Jerry goes for Italian in a very Italian 1962 Fiat 600 Multipla with perhaps the fastest rising comedy star of the day, SNL’s Kate McKinnon, giving a very detailed understanding of the Coriolis effect before Kate floors Jerry with an elaborate Scottish monologue.
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Madman Espresso
54 University Pl., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 8th Street (R,W)
“Gyrating, Naked Twister”
Jerry and Alec stop in for their first caffeine hit in Manhattan, before making the arduous trek out to Long Island.

Jones Beach State Park
1 Ocean Pkwy., Wantagh, NEW YORK (map)
“Gyrating, Naked Twister”
After pointing out the not-so-famous Water Tower from the Expressway, Jerry and Alec stop off to walk the pier at the beach, talking about football, boating and the Vietnam War before heading to Massapequa.

Massapequa Diner
4420 Sunrise Hwy., Massapequa, NEW YORK (map)
“Gyrating, Naked Twister”
Jerry returns to his hometown with fellow Massapequan (and returning show guest) Alec Baldwin in a 1974 BMW 3.0 CS, reminiscing on their high school days, Alec’s theatre days, and life as married men in their sixties.
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Jerry Lewis’ house
5125 W. Reno Ave., Las Vegas, NEVADA
 (map)
“Heere’s Jerry!”
Jerry (Seinfeld) visits Jerry (Lewis) at his Las Vegas residence, where he notes he has lived since 1983, and reminisce over some of Lewis’ most famous films, including Cinderfella, The Bellboy and Cracking Up.

The Omelet House
2160 West Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NEVADA (map)
“Heere’s Jerry!”
Jerry goes for breakfast with his comedy idol, Jerry Lewis, in a 1966 Jaguar E Series Roadster, with Seinfeld fawning over Lewis’ career as Lewis contends with a seemingly unlimited mountain of extra crispy bacon. This would be Lewis’ final onscreen appearance before his death in August 2017.
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Jerry Before Seinfeld


Jerry Before Seinfeld

original airdate: September 19, 2017

As part of a new arrangement with Netflix, who as of season 10 will now carry Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld filmed a new stand-up special for the streaming service, “Jerry Before Seinfeld,” which sees Jerry return to The Comic Strip, where he began his comedy career, to perform the material that first got him to his legendary gig on The Tonight Show in 1981.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

Fendi
598 Madison Ave., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Lexington Avenue – 59th Street (N,R,W)
Jerry points out in the opening of the special that he was actually sitting on the ledge of the building at the corner of Madison and East 57th when he decided to make the leap into comedy, which is now a Fendi store.

The Comic Strip
1568 Second Ave., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 86th Street (Q)
Jerry films the special at the Comic Strip, where he points out that he started his entire career there in 1976, both performing on stage, honing his craft, as well as working odd jobs in the club to gain spots at the club.

Massapequa, Long Island, NEW YORK (map)
Jerry mentions that his parents moved from Brooklyn to Massapequa, which he jokes is an Indian name meaning “by the mall.” He also laments that one does not live “in Long Island, you live on Long Island.”

Brooklyn, NEW YORK (map)
Jerry points out that he was born in Brooklyn, and that is his home borough.

The Famous Door (NOW CLOSED)
NE Adams Ave., Peoria, ILLINOIS
 (map)
Jerry jokes that he would have been funnier had he grown up at a whorehouse in Peoria, alluding to Richard Pryor’s childhood living situation. The The Famous Door was located along NE Adams Drive, just east of Fayette Street.

PHILIPPINES (map)
Jerry jokes that he once read that the yo-yo was originally invented as a weapon in the Philippines.

Disneyland
1313 Disneyland Dr., Anaheim, CALIFORNIA (map)
Jerry jokes that as an adult, he is used to long lines, unfortunately none of which are in relation for going to Disneyland.

Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (map)
Jerry jokes that he didn’t touch a thermostat until he was 28, and it was a hotel room in Pittsburgh when he “finally got the guts to make it a little warmer.”

KANSAS (map)
Jerry points out that the bookends on the stage were supplied by him, showing Superman leaving Krypton and landing in Kansas (although he is unsure about Kansas at first).

Roosevelt Island, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: Roosevelt Island (F)
Jerry points out that he began performing the same year the Roosevelt Island Tramway was built, as he would joke “Great, the city’s going bankrupt. They’re putting up rides for us.”

Bronx, NEW YORK (map)
Jerry jokes that after the Roosevelt Island Tramway, eventually there may be a rollercoaster in the South Bronx…which would be the first rollercoaster where people scream on the flat part of the ride.

Ninth Ave., NEW YORK (map)
Jerry jokes about Ninth Avenue looking like “a modern wonderland of the future.”

LaGuardia Airport
Flushing, Queens, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Astoria – Ditmars Boulevard (N,Q)
Jerry mentions that he landed at LaGuardia, noting that “I like the ceiling height. It’s a very nice…it could be lower, but I think it’s good. It’s good.”

FLORIDA (map)
Jerry jokes about his parents retiring to Florida, noting that “they didn’t want to move to Florida. They got old and that’s the law, so…”

Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season Nine

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SEASON NINE (WINTER 2017) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: Kristen Wiig • Norm MacDonald • Cedric The Entertainer • Lewis Black • Christoph WaltzBob Einstein


The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
7000 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“The Volvo-ness”
Jerry picks up Kristen at her hotel, stunning her not just with the Volvo’s look and feel, but even the very sound of the door opening and closing.

Skylight Books
1818 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“The Volvo-ness”
Kristen encourages Jerry to stop in, to smell the books and tell the story of how she joined the Groundlings.

House Of Pies
1869 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“The Volvo-ness”
Jerry stops in for coffee, brunch, and of course pie (but no doughnuts!) with Saturday Night Live alum and Bridesmaids star Kristen Wiig in a 1964 Volvo 122S Amazon, discussing (among other things) the Golden Globes, The Matrix, cell phones and birthday doughnuts.

Steven Alan Outpost (NOW CLOSED)
1937 1/2 Hillhurst Ave., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“The Volvo-ness”
Jerry and Kristen stop to try on glasses, where Jerry admonishes the saleswoman for lying to him in order to close a sale.

Jeni’s Ice Creams
1954 Hillhurst Ave., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“The Volvo-ness”
Jerry insists on seeing the interior of this ice cream store, nearly getting hit by a pickup truck before getting ice cream and signing autographs.
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New York Marriott Downtown
85 West St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Rector Street (N,R,W)
“A Rusty Car In The Rain”
Jerry picks up Norm from the back entrance of his hotel, next to Bill’s Bar & Burger, for their ride out to Queens.

Jackson Hole Airline Diner
69-35 Astoria Blvd. S., Flushing, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Astoria Boulevard (N,W)
“A Rusty Car In The Rain”
Jerry goes for a rainy day cup of coffee with comedian and SNL alumnus Norm MacDonald in a 1958 Porsche Speedster, visiting the LaGuardia airport diner made famous by “Goodfellas” while discussing Kojak, hot sauce, and why James Bond never smiles.
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Lotte New York Palace
455 Madison Ave., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 51st Street (4,6)
“Dictators, Comics And Preachers”
Jerry picks up Cedric at his hotel, where he leaves the premises with a hotel robe, to check out the car (and a large crowd gathering) next door at the Trunk Club.

The Butcher’s Daughter
581 Hudson St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Christopher Street – Sheridan Square (1,2)
“Dictators, Comics And Preachers”
Jerry goes for coffee and a vegetarian bite with actor and “Original King of Comedy” Cedric The Entertainer in a 1958 Bentley S-1, discussing mainly those who have passed on, including the likes of Muhaammad Ali, Robin Harris and Muammar Gaddafi…and video games.
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Thorndale Condominium
406 W. 45th St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 42nd Street – Port Authority Bus Terminal Station (A,C,E)
“At What Point Am I Out From Under?”
Jerry picks up Lewis outside this building, admiring the “Old Florida Jew” vibe he gives off, and discovering that Lewis cannot drive.

Junior’s Cheesecake
386 Flatbush Ave. Ext., Brooklyn, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: DeKalb Avenue (B,Q,R)
“At What Point Am I Out From Under?”
Jerry goes for an apparently overpriced cup of coffee with comedian and former Daily Show correspondent Lewis Black in a 1967 Cadillac Eldorado, admiring the many unique features of Lewis, among which are his infectious laugh, his fingers, his dramatic writing, and his terrible eating habits.
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Busy Bee Hardware (NOW CLOSED)
1521 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Champagne, Cigars, And Pancake Batter?”
Jerry picks up Christoph from this hardware store, explaining how America once tried to adapt to the metric system…and failed miserably.

IHOP
24631 Crenshaw Blvd. D, Torrance, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Champagne, Cigars, And Pancake Batter?”
Jerry goes for a refined, European-style breakfast (complete with Belgian waffles, French crepes and American pancakes) with Austrian Oscar-winning actor Christop Waltz in a 1957 BMW 507 Roadster, trying to provide a menu as eclectic as his guest. Waltz, however, was unimpressed by any of the selections, and even inquired as to how he had wronged Jerry to deserve this sort of treatment.

Venice Canal Historic District
Venice, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Champagne, Cigars, And Pancake Batter?”
Jerry follows up his IHOP experience with a more European kind of experience – a paddleboat ride along the Venice (Beach) canal system, enjoying champagne and cigars with Christoph.
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Urth Caffé
8565 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“It’s Not So Funny When It’s Your Mother”
Jerry hosts his first ever two-time guest, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Super Dave Osborne star Bob Einstein, going for oversized coffees in a new 2017 Acura NSX…which Jerry teases Bob about giving to him as a gift for helping him write a Super Bowl spot, referenced five years earlier during Bob’s original appearance. However, Jerry pulls out the curtain from Bob, later telling him he purchased the car for himself, and all Bob gets is a sandwich and a cookie.

Restoration Hardware
8564 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“It’s Not So Funny When It’s Your Mother”
Jerry and Bob stop in to walk around and annoy the valets, before being kicked out for not being allowed to film.

Bay Cities Italian Deli And Bakery
1517 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“It’s Not So Funny When It’s Your Mother”
Jerry and Bob stop in for sandwiches on the patio at Bay Cities, where after a delicious lunch, Bob leaves Jerry in waiting (seemingly forever) while trying to find the restroom.
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Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season Eight

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SEASON EIGHT (SUMMER 2016) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: Jim GaffiganMargaret ChoJudd ApatowJ.B. SmooveLorne MichaelsJohn Oliver


Filson
40 Great Jones St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Bleecker Street (6)
“Stick Around For The Pope”
Jerry stops in with Jim at a men’s store, looking at bags and lamenting comedians that improvise material.

2nd Ave Deli
162 E. 33rd St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 33rd Street (6)
“Stick Around For The Pope”
Jerry goes for lunch with the “clean” comedian Jim Gaffigan in a 1977 Volkswagen Westfalia Camper, where they discuss opening for the Pope, Indiana, and partake in a “Pastrami Eating Montage.”
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Highland Cafe
5010 York Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“You Can Go Cho Again”
Jerry takes out his former protege, comedienne Margaret Cho, for lunch in a 1967 Mazda Cosmo Sport, where they discuss Korean families, comedian rage, and an infamous March 2016 performance in New Jersey, which Jerry promises to help Margaret rectify.

Zeppelin Music (NOW CLOSED)
5030 York Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“You Can Go Cho Again”
Jerry and Margaret stop into this music store, to reminisce about Jewish men and inverted swastikas.

Lotte Market Asian Food
2135 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada Flintridge, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“You Can Go Cho Again”
Margaret takes Jerry to explore a Korean grocery store and learn how to properly bow.

Seoul Cham Soot BBQ
2139 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada Flintridge, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“You Can Go Cho Again”
Jerry and Margaret stop in to a Korean restaurant to enjoy some “hot cohcolate” and traditional Korean yaksik.

Stress Factory Comedy Club
90 Church St., New Brunswick, NEW JERSEY
 (map)
“You Can Go Cho Again”
Jerry joins Margaret in her make-up show at the Stress Factory, following a controversial set about rape, where he discusses the incident with the audience before opening for Margaret’s “You Can Go Cho Again” performance.
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Apatow Productions
2900 West Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Escape From Syosset”
Jerry picks up Judd Apatow from his production office, where Judd shows Jerry his extensive collection of comedy memorabilia before going for coffee.

The 101 Coffee Shop
6145 Franklin Ave., Hollywood, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Escape From Syosset”
Jerry goes for coffee and morning hamburgers and milkshakes with comedy writer-director Judd Apatow in a 1968 Pontiac Firebird 400, where they discuss the science of comedy, parenting, and the sudden passing of comedy great Garry Shandling.
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10 Speed Coffee
23504 Calabasas Rd., Calabasas, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Everybody Respects A Bloody Nose”
Jerry goes for a very artisanal coffee with comedian, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star and fellow Jerry, J.B. Smoove, in a 1964 Studebaker Avanti, where they discuss, among other things, perfume making, zombies and bowtie exchanges.

Calabasas Creek Park
23527 Calabasas Rd., Calabasas, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Everybody Respects A Bloody Nose”
Jerry and J.B. go for a walk in the adjacent park to the coffee shop, having a brief discussion about livestock and Star Wars.
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The Brentmore
88 Central Park W., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 72nd Street (A,B,C)
“Everybody Likes To See The Monkeys”
Jerry picks up Lorne to go for lunch in the 1955 Gullwing, where they spot another driver with a modernized version of the Gullwing nearby.

The Monkey Bar
60 E. 54th St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 5th Avenue – 53rd Street (E,M)
“Everybody Likes To See The Monkeys”
Jerry goes for lunch with the founder, creator and executive producer of “Saturday Night Live,” Lorne Michaels, sharing stories of the history of the show after arriving in a 1955 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing.

NBC Studios (New York)
30 Rockefeller Pl., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 47-50th Streets – Rockefeller Center (B,D,F,M)
“Everybody Likes To See The Monkeys”
Jerry stops in to NBC headquarters to visit Lorne’s office, as well as the set of “The Tonight Show,” where he runs into fellow Comedians In Cars alums Jimmy Fallon and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
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Allswell
124 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: Bedford Avenue (L)
“What Kind Of Human Animal Would Do This?”
Jerry heads into Brooklyn on a very dreary day for coffee with comedian and “Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver in a 1959 Triumph TR3, discussing marriage, England and irritating Russia.

CBS Broadcast Center
524 W. 57th St., New York, NEW YORK
 (map)
nearest subway: 59th Street – Columbus Circle (A,B,C,D)
“What Kind Of Human Animal Would Do This?”
Jerry picks up and drops off John at the “Last Week Tonight” studios, discussing Oliver’s infamous “Make Donald Drumpf Again” campaign.
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Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season Seven

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SEASON SEVEN (WINTER 2016) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: Barack Obama • Steve Martin • Kathleen Madigan & Chuck Martin • Garry Shandling • Sebastian ManiscalcoWill Ferrell


The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.
 (map)
“Just Tell Him You’re The President”
Despite his attempts to take out President Barack Obama for coffee in a 1963 Corvette Stingray, the United States Secret Service had other ideas. So, Jerry and President Obama, who to Jerry “has gotten off just enough funny lines” to qualify as a comedian, had coffee in the White House Staff Break Room instead, briefly rode in the Presidential Limo, and took turns driving the Stingray around the White House grounds.
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Storm King Art Center
1 Museum Rd., New Windsor, NEW YORK
(map)
“If You See This On A Toilet Seat, Don’t Sit Down”
Jerry is shown picking up the Siata from the Art Center, driving across the grounds in a very picturesque scene before going to pick up Steve Martin.

Pleasantville Diner
10 Memorial Pl., Pleasantville, NEW YORK 
(map)
“If You See This On A Toilet Seat, Don’t Sit Down”
Jerry goes for java in the country with comedy legend Steve Martin, picking him up in a rare, artistic 1954 Siata 8V, which slowly broke down piece by piece, until they were forced into a backup Jeep. They left using a handy 1966 Ford Mustang which just happened to be outside the diner.

New York Historical Society Museum
170 Central Park W., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 81 Street – Museum Of Natural History (B,C)
“If You See This On A Toilet Seat, Don’t Sit Down”
Jerry and Steve pass the sculpture of Abraham Lincoln on display outside of the museum, with Jerry noting that Steve did not want to film himself next to the statue as he found it to be “too self-referentially iconic”…to which Jerry reminded him that not only are they iconic, but even a big pen is iconic.
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Alfred Coffee + Kitchen
8428 Melrose Pl., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Stroked Out On A Hot Machine”
Jerry takes out fellow comics Kathleen Madigan and Chuck Martin for gourmet coffee in a 1972 BMW 2002tii, discussing the lighter side of such topics as cerebral palsy, the gym, alcoholism, Catholicism and YouTube.
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The Comedy Store
8433 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“It’s Great That Garry Shandling Is Still Alive”
Jerry and Garry visit the legendary Comedy Store in West Hollywood, reminiscing about the club that helped to launch both of theirs, along with many other, comedy careers.

Du-Pars Restaurant & Bakery (NOW CLOSED)
12018 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“It’s Great That Garry Shandling Is Still Alive”
Jerry visits this historic diner with longtime friend, comedian and star of “The Larry Sanders Show,” Garry Shandling, discussing wide ranging topics from the blues to sitcom writing, along with the debut of the Comedians In Cars “Jewish Kvetch-O-Meter.”

CBS Studio Center
4024 Radford Ave., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“It’s Great That Garry Shandling Is Still Alive”
Jerry and Garry return to the home of both the studios for “Seinfeld” and “The Larry Sanders Show,” revisiting the old New York street set made famous by the former, and dropping in unexpectedly on a different set altogether to play a quick game of impromptu sitcom.
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Intelligentsia
1331 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“I Don’t Think That’s Bestiality”
Jerry goes for an extremely fancy, technical coffee with Chicago comic Sebastian Maniscalco, cruising through Venice in a 1969 Camaro Z/28, to discuss serious topics like grooming, coffee art, and a mean resting face.

Aust
1129 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“I Don’t Think That’s Bestiality”
Jerry and Sebastian quickly visit this boutique to try on stylish fedoras.

The Tasting Kitchen
1633 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“I Don’t Think That’s Bestiality”
Jerry and Sebastian visit here for a post-coffee (or pre-coffee? We don’t know the order they film this!) meal, where Jerry surmises their roles have reversed, with Jerry now Italian and Sebastian now Jewish.


Irwindale Speedway
500 Speedway Dr., Irwindale, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Mr. Ferrell, For The Last Time, We’re Going To Ask You To Put The Cigar Out”
Before picking up Will, Jerry takes his Plymouth Road Runner SuperBird out for a spin on the track, highlighting the features of the car.

Med Cafe (NOW CLOSED)
20 Washington Blvd., Marina del Rey, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Mr. Ferrell, For The Last Time, We’re Going To Ask You To Put The Cigar Out”
Jerry picks up “picture” star in a 1970 Plymouth Road Runner SuperBird to go for coffee, lunch and baklava, discussing Greece, cats and Swedish threats.

Venice Bike & Skates
21 Washington Blvd., Marina del Rey, CALIFORNIA
 (map)
“Mr. Ferrell, For The Last Time, We’re Going To Ask You To Put The Cigar Out”
Jerry and Will, an avid cyclist, quickly stop in to review the merchandise, and try their hand (or lack thereof) on skateboards.

Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season Six

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SEASON SIX (SUMMER 2015) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: Julia Louis-DreyfusSteve HarveyJim CarreyBill MaherTrevor NoahStephen Colbert


Cafe Luxxe
925 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“I’ll Go If I Don’t Have To Talk”
Jerry goes for coffee with his former Seinfeld co-star, “the James Bond of Comedy,” Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a 1964 Aston Martin DB5, reminiscing about the old days and discussing modern life as married parents.

Palmetto (NOW CLOSED)
1034 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“I’ll Go If I Don’t Have To Talk”
Jerry and Julia stop in to pick up some soaps, with Jerry noting how modern women live like Cleopatra, “just swimming in goo.”

Art’s Table
1002 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“I’ll Go If I Don’t Have To Talk”
Jerry and Julia eventually agree to stop in for lunch, arguing about online shopping (over the phone with Jerry’s wife) and remembering the fun times on the Seinfeld set.
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NBC Tower
455 N. Cityfront Plaza Dr., Chicago, ILLINOIS
(map)
“Always Do The Banana Joke First”
Jerry picks up Steve Harvey outside his TV studio in Chicago, causing such an excited reaction from Steve that he begins cussing on his show out of his uncontrolled excitement.

Manny’s Cafeteria & Deli
1141 S. Jefferson St., Chicago, ILLINOIS
(map)
“Always Do The Banana Joke First”
Jerry goes for a bite with comedian, talk show and “Family Feud” host Steve Harvey, picking him up in a slick 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible.

Biggs Cigar Emporium
1150 N. Dearborn St., Chicago, ILLINOIS
(map)
“Always Do The Banana Joke First”
Jerry and Steve stop in for some cigars, reminiscing of stories about the legendary Apollo Theater in Harlem.
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Killer Cafe
4213 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“We Love Breathing What You’re Burning, Baby”
Jerry goes for a “cleanse coffee” with comedic actor and “former Canadian” Jim Carrey, taking him in a 1976 Lamborghini Countach LP400 to discuss his career, his art, and compete for the longest stevia pour in the show’s history.

Jim Carrey’s Art Studio
Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA

“We Love Breathing What You’re Burning, Baby”
Jerry is given an exclusive look into Jim’s art studio, exploring his paintings, sculptures and wobbly teacup chairs. The location, for privacy reasons, is never revealed.

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LAPD Edward M. Davis Training Facility
12001 Blucher Ave., Granada Hills, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“The Comedy Team Of Smug And Arrogant”
Jerry undergoes training with the Los Angeles Police Department, being made an honourary member with donuts and coffee for his not-so-exemplary driving skills or dummy shooting accuracy with a Nerf gun.

Brite Spot Diner
1918 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“The Comedy Team Of Smug And Arrogant”
Jerry goes for coffee and lunch in a 1979 Volkswagen Beetle Würzburg Police Car with comedian and host of “Real Time,” Bill Maher, discussing politics, The Beatles and underwear.

Erewhon Natural Foods
7660 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“The Comedy Team Of Smug And Arrogant”
Jerry and Bill stop in at a natural food store frequented by the vegan Maher, discussing local meat products and using the bathroom following their coffee.

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One Girl Cookies
68 Dean St., Brooklyn, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Bergen Street (F,G)
“That’s The Whole Point Of Apartheid, Jerry”
Jerry gets a bite with South African comedian and new host of “The Daily Show,” Trevor Noah, discussing comedy, apartheid and which is the “true” football.

Jane’s Carousel
Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: York Street (F)
“That’s The Whole Point Of Apartheid, Jerry”
Jerry and Trevor stop to admire this historic carousel, encased in glass year-round for weather, with Jerry noting the carousel would be more fun submerged in water and riding with snorkels.

Citi Field
123-01 Roosevelt Ave., Flushing, Queens, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Mets – Willets Point (7)
“That’s The Whole Point Of Apartheid, Jerry”
Jerry invites Trevor to join him to watch his beloved New York Mets play, at their home opener against Philadelphia on April 13, 2015 (incidentally, sharing a box seat with Larry David).

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DCH Montclair Acura
100 Bloomfield Ave., Verona, NEW JERSEY
(map)
“Cut Up And Bloody But Looking Good”
Jerry pulls in for a mandatory product placement, driving through the lot of a nearby Acura dealer for a nice, long, Acura placement.

Bluestone Coffee Co.
123 Watchung Ave., Montclair, NEW JERSEY
(map)
“Cut Up And Bloody But Looking Good”
Jerry goes for breakfast with former host of “The Colbert Report” and future host of “The Late Show,” Stephen Colbert, discussing, among other things, George C. Scott, pipe etiquette, and appreciating conversational lulls.

Watchung Booksellers
54 Fairfield St., Montclair, NEW JERSEY
(map)
“Cut Up And Bloody But Looking Good”
Jerry and Stephen stop in at a nearby bookstore, with Stephen discussing his “pretentious” need for books.

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Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season Five

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SEASON FIVE (FALL 2014) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: Kevin HartAmy Schumer • Bill Burr • Miranda SingsFred ArmisenAli WentworthJimmy Fallon


The Beverly Hills Hotel
9641 Sunset Blvd., Beverly Hills, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“You Look Amazing In The Wind”
Jerry picks up a stunned Kevin Hart from the hotel in his Porsche Spyder en route to coffee.

Pier 212
212 Pier Ave., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“You Look Amazing In The Wind”
Jerry goes for iced coffee in plastic cups with comedian Kevin Hart in a 1959 Porsche RSK Spyder, discussing comedy origins after a nice top-down drive through Los Angeles.

Undefeated
2654 Main St., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“You Look Amazing In The Wind”
Jerry and Kevin try on sneakers, buying two pairs of matching blue Nikes to wear out of the store – who paid for them, however, will forever be a mystery.

76
427 N. Crescent Dr., Beverly Hills, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“You Look Amazing In The Wind”
Jerry stops at this gas station to fill up his Porsche, when he is accosted by a woman in the lot asking for free tickets to his non-existent Las Vegas show.
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700 West End Ave., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 96th Street (1,2,3)
“I’m Wondering What It’s Like To Date Me”
Jerry picks up Amy from outside this building (perhaps her home?), where he introduces her to his Ferrari Daytona…still in decent condition before driving.

Henry Hudson Parkway, Exit 23A
Henry Hudson Pkwy & NY-9A, Bronx, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Van Cortlandt Park – 242nd Street (1)
“I’m Wondering What It’s Like To Date Me”
The Ferrari Daytona starts to break down coming off this exit, forcing Jerry and Amy to leave the car behind and walk to the nearest coffee shop.

Short Stop Diner (NOW CLOSED)
5977 Broadway, Bronx, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Van Cortlandt Park – 242nd Street (1)
“I’m Wondering What It’s Like To Date Me”
Jerry goes for an earlier than expected breakfast and coffee with comedian and TV star Amy Schumer in a 1971 Ferrari Daytona, where they hike to after the car breaks down leaving Manhattan.

Parkview Sports Center
5973 Broadway, Bronx, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Van Cortlandt Park – 242nd Street (1)
“I’m Wondering What It’s Like To Date Me”
Jerry and Amy decide to drop in on a sporting goods store, just to “see what it smells like,” where they discover a cluttered store worthy of the show Hoarders.
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DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Los Angeles – Westside
6161 W. Centinela Ave., Culver City, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“Smoking Past The Band”
Jerry picks up Bill at his hotel to go for coffee and breakfast in Santa Monica.

Barcopa (NOW CLOSED)
2810 Main St., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“Smoking Past The Band”
Jerry and Bill stop in front of this restaurant for an ever important product placement, strangely locating an Acura in a grassy field while in the middle of urban Santa Monica.

Novel Bistro
2507 Main St., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“Smoking Past The Band”
Jerry goes for a very angry, tense lunch with comedian Bill Burr in a 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Fastback, where Jerry praises his ability to know that Bill is a fan of Ford automobiles.

Hollywood Smoke
3110 Main St., Santa Monica, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“Smoking Past The Band”
Jerry and Bill go for a nice cigar in a smoking lounge, discussing Bill’s humidor, Fidel Castro, and Bill’s need to smoke the cigar past the band, down to the nub.
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Art’s Delicatessen & Restaurant
12224 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“Happy Thanksgiving Miranda”
Jerry goes for an extremely confrontational, one-sided Thanksgiving lunch with YouTube and web sensation Miranda Sings in a 1960 Austin Healey Sprite, trying to explain the importance of good vocabulary, and the fact that he does not need lessons in being famous.

Hollywood & Highland
6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CALIFORNIA
(map)
“Happy Thanksgiving Miranda”
Jerry and Miranda stop in to go shopping, where Miranda tries walking through a fountain outside of Lucky Brand Jeans, and Jerry again insults Miranda for insinuating that she is “little” while at Hot Topic.
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Jay’s Garage
734 SE 7th Ave., Portland, OREGON
(map)
“I Wasn’t Told About This”
Jerry and Fred stop in a gas station, where Jerry shows Fred the bazaar way he has to fuel up with both motor oil and gasoline in the same tank.

Coava Coffee Roasters
1300 SE Grand Ave., Portland, OREGON
(map)
“I Wasn’t Told About This”
Jerry goes for coffee with the multi-talented “Saturday Night Live” and “Portlandia” star Fred Armisen, driving him in a 1965 Saab 96 Monte Carlo 850.

Wolf & Bear’s
3925 N Mississippi Ave., Portland, OREGON
(map)
“I Wasn’t Told About This”
Jerry and Fred go for some Middle Eastern cuisine in one of Portland’s famous pod food cart galleries, tracking their order with the “Portland Hipster Service Wait-O-Meter.”

Paxton Gate
4204 N Mississippi Ave., Portland, OREGON
(map)
“I Wasn’t Told About This”
Jerry and Fred stop in to view the, shall we say, eclectic collection of Paxton Gate, including a number of taxidermied animal heads.
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30 E. 72nd St., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 68th Street – Hunter College (6)
“I’m Going To Take A Percocet And Let That One Go”
Jerry picks up Ali in his swanky, “WASP”-y Mercedes, a car Ali triumphantly describes as “my people.”

Blue Tree
1283 Madison Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 96th Street (6)
“I’m Going To Take A Percocet And Let That One Go”
Ali has Jerry stop in to this chic boutique, in order for her to buy a proper “WASP” silk scarf to wear with the hood down on their drive to coffee.

Fiddler’s Elbow Country Club
811 Rattlesnake Bridge Rd., Bedminster, NEW JERSEY
(map)
“I’m Going To Take A Percocet And Let That One Go”
Jerry goes for a WASP-y coffee and breakfast with comedian, actor and “Schmoopie” herself, Ali Wentworth in a 1970 Mercedes Benz 280SE, where they discuss their married lives, and recount the full “Bavarian cream pie” joke that was discussed in the Seinfeld episode “The Soup Nazi.”
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Sagaponack, NEW YORK (map)
“The Unsinkable Legend”
Jerry picks up and drops off Jimmy in Sagaponack, which they debate about the meaning of in Montauk, whether it is an old Aboriginal word for “sorry,” or if it truly means “Land Of The Underground Balls.”

John’s Pancake House
721 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, NEW YORK
(map)
“The Unsinkable Legend”
Jerry goes for pancakes and eggs with “The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon, picking him up in a 1956 Corvette Convertible, and heading out on a quick boat trip (on Jerry’s 13 foot Boston Whaler) before eating.

Bridgehampton National Bank
3 The Plaza, Montauk, NEW YORK
(map)
“The Unsinkable Legend”
The Corvette stalls out in the parking lot of this bank, leaving Jerry and Jimmy prone to be heckled by annoying bystanders until they can get a jump from the crew.
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The Bet

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The Bet (season 2, unaired)

written by Larry Charles, directed by Tom Cherones
intended airdate: February 13, 1991

In an infamous Seinfeld history moment, the episode “The Bet” made it all the way to table reads, before an uncomfortable cast, crew and network protested the story, due to the controversial episode theme of gun control. “The Phone Message” was written and aired in its place. In the abandoned script, Elaine bets Jerry on whether she would buy a handgun, and Kramer claims he had sex with a stewardess during a flight from Puerto Rico.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

Details of the episode do not explicity discuss any scenes that take place at The Improv, Jerry’s Apartment or Monk’s Café, but it can be assumed scenes would be set in these locations for this episode.

Dealey Plaza Historic District
411 Elm St., Dallas, TEXAS
(map)
In the abandoned script, Elaine holds a gun to her head and asks Jerry “Where do you want it, the Kennedy? The McKinley?” This is in reference to the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, by a bullet to the head, in Dallas on November 22, 1963.

Temple Of Music (NOW CLOSED)
34 Fordham Dr., Buffalo, NEW YORK
(map)
In the abandoned script, Elaine holds a gun to her stomach and asks Jerry “Where do you want it, the Kennedy? The McKinley?” This is in reference to the assassination of U.S. President William McKinley, by a bullet to the stomach, in Buffalo on September 14, 1901.

PUERTO RICO (map)
In the abandoned script, Kramer returns from a vacation in Puerto Rico, where he claims he had sex with a flight attendant in a row of seats on the return trip to New York.

airport
Queens, NEW YORK
(map)
In the abandoned script, Jerry, George and Elaine travel to the airport, to question the flight attendant about her supposed tryst with Kramer, to settle Jerry and George’s bet over the story’s validity. The script details never reveal which airport the gang visits.

Greater Rochester International Airport
1200 Brooks Ave., Rochester, NEW YORK
(map)
In the abandoned script, George, acting as a reporter to question the stewardess Kramer supposedly slept with, introduces Elaine and Jerry as his wife Amanda and her cousin, who are “going to Rochester on the 1:15, and they’re a little early so they’d just like to listen.”

Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee – Season Four

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SEASON FOUR (SUMMER 2014) – FEATURED LOCATIONS

Guests: David LettermanSarah Jessica ParkerGeorge WallaceRobert KleinAziz AnsariJon Stewart


Paley Center For Media, New York
25 W. 52nd St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 5th Avenue – 53rd Street (E,M)
“Seinfeld & Letterman Live Steam”
Jerry sits down for a live forum on the creation and continuation of “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee” at the Paley Center on June 9, 2014, moderated by longtime colleague and Season 2 guest David Letterman.
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Levittown Welcomes You sign
2680 Hempstead Turnpike, Levittown, NEW YORK
(map)
“A Little Hyper-Aware”
The new “theme song” for CICGC features a shot of Jerry standing in front of the “Welcome To Levittown” sign, when signing about “no need to go far.”

Starbucks
393 Third Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 28th Street (6)
“A Little Hyper-Aware”
Sarah Jessica Parker picks up an “emergency coffee” for Jerry, while he leaves her station wagon parked on 28th Street for pedestrians to look at in awe.

Francesco’s Bakery
640 S. Broadway, Hicksville, NEW YORK
(map)
“A Little Hyper-Aware”
Jerry and Sarah are “stopped” for improper product placement of their Acura, by a badly-dressed police officer actor wearing non-matching shades of blue.

Colony Diner
2019 Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow, NEW YORK
(map)
“A Little Hyper-Aware”
Jerry goes for coffee with “Sex And The City” star Sarah Jessica Parker in her own 1976 Ford Country Squire LTD, where they go for a nostalgic tour through Jerry’s old Long Island stomping grounds.
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Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
3555 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NEVADA
(map)
“Two Polish Airline Pilots”
Jerry meets up with George Wallace in his hotel room before a performance of his in-residence show, “I Be Thinkin’,” and even has Jerry come out to do a short set.

Riviera Hotel & Casino (NOW CLOSED)
2901 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NEVADA
(map)
“Two Polish Airline Pilots”
Jerry and George discuss having stayed at the Riviera for their first-ever trip to Vegas in 1977, to see Bob Newhart perform (of which the finale gives this episode its name). 

Peppermill Fireside Lounge
2985 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NEVADA
(map)
“Two Polish Airline Pilots”
Jerry goes for a post-set coffee with comedy legend and old friend George Wallace in a 1965 Buick Riviera, where they discuss their long friendship and their history in Vegas.

Oscar’s Steakhouse
1 S. Main St., Las Vegas, NEVADA
(map)
“Two Polish Airline Pilots”
Jerry and George circle through the lot of Oscar’s Steakhouse (in the Plaza Hotel) before heading back out on the road.
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Landmark Diner
265 S. Highland Ave., Ossining, NEW YORK
(map)
“Opera Pimp”
Jerry goes for lunch with comedy legend and personal hero Robert Klein in a 1967 Jaguar Mark 2, where they discuss the legends like Richard Pryor, Rodney Dangerfield and George Carlin.

Sing Sing Correctional Facility
354 Hunter St., Ossining, NEW YORK
(map)
“Opera Pimp”
Jerry and Robert drive by the infamous Sing Sing Prison, trying to stop to take a photo under the prison entrance sign before being led away by guards. However, Jerry’s recognizable face did spare them from certain jail time, at least according to Robert.
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Southwest Commons
50 Southwest Cutoff, Worcester, MASSACHUSETTS
(map)
“It’s Like Pushing A Building Off A Cliff”
Jerry meets Aziz in the parking lot of this strip plaza, to start their journey for breakfast and get a crash course in driving a coach bus.

Brody’s Diner
308 Hartford Tpk., Shrewsbury, MASSACHUSETTS
(map)
“It’s Like Pushing A Building Off A Cliff”
Jerry goes for lunch with comedian and “Parks And Recreation” star Aziz Ansari in Aziz’s 2012 Prevost X345 tour bus, where they discuss the minutiae of life before being offered free cupcakes, Brody’s hats, and the chance to drive an 18-wheeler in the parking lot.
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The Daily Show – NEP Studio 52
733 Eleventh Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
“The Sound Of Virginity”
Jerry goes to pick up Jon at his Daily Show studios, where he is taken on a brief tour of the studio with Jon and his three-legged dog, Dipper.

Lehigh Ave. & Dwasline Rd., Clifton, NEW JERSEY (map)
“The Sound Of Virginity”
Jerry and Jon stop in a suburban New Jersey community (similar to Jon’s hometown of Lawrenceville), to reminisce.

Tick Tock Diner
281 Allwood Rd., Clifton, NEW JERSEY
(map)
“The Sound Of Virginity”
Jerry goes for coffee with comedian and “The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart in a 1978 AMC AMX (after ditching a 1968 AMC Gremlin), where they comedy, family, and their preferred method of burial after death.

Petco
780 New Jersey Rte. 3 W., Clifton, NEW JERSEY
(map)
“The Sound Of Virginity”
Jerry and Jon browse the store for dog toys for Dipper, when they come upon two mice on a treadmill, who Jerry amazingly uses as a metaphor to describe the Late Night Wars between Jay Leno and David Letterman.
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