Here's the trailer for a porn parody of Jerry Seinfeld's web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, aptly titled Comedians in Cars Getting SEX. Directed by porn parody king Lee Roy Myers (responsible for the Simpsons porn parody, the Seinfeld porn parody, and dozens more), Comedians in Cars Getting SEX stars porn actors as Jerry Seinfeld and Sarah Silverman, driving around in a truck and having sex in the back seat.
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Of course you want to watch the new Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee episode with Tina Fey, who doesn't have a driver's license, almost ran herself over with a car once, and admits to Seinfeld that she doesn't really miss the stressful 30 Rock work environment. She also tells Seinfeld that she'd love to write another movie, so maybe with some cronut bribery that can happen sooner than later.
The third season of Jerry Seinfeld's web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee debuts today with guest Louis C.K. Watch the episode above to see C.K. dish all kinds of info on the upcoming season of his hit FX series Louie, including how many episodes he's written so far, hiring Steven Wright as a co-writer, and how long he plans to continue making the show. He also tells Seinfeld all about his tradition of getting stoned and seeing IMAX movies on his off days as well as his very specific love for the blue crystal numbers in the epic pre-movie 3D IMAX countdown.
UPDATE: The YouTube video has been removed, [...]
The Hollywood Reporter has an excellent, lengthy interview with Jerry Seinfeld out today, and in it, he talks about why modern late night talk shows just aren't the same:
"Most talk shows leave me with a sad feeling, and I don't think that's the goal. When I was a comic in the 1980s, I was on the road somewhere every day, and I'd get back to the hotel and it was Carson and Letterman, and I looked forward to that all day. Those shows made me happy. I'm not quite sure what happened. It's probably just proliferation and fragmentation …
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"My first four years on the show were rocky," Seth Meyers tells Jerry Seinfeld in the latest episode of his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. "Like, 'Oh, I might be of everybody here the worst one at it. I might be the worst at impressions. I might be the worst at accents. Maybe I should just be a writer on the show. Maybe I just don't belong in this cast." In addition to Meyers reflecting on his early struggles at SNL, the episode also contains some good stories from him about Rodney Dangerfield, Liberace, and his parents' reactions to his SNL work. Skip to 1:40 if you [...]