Video: Louis C.K. joins Jerry Seinfeld in ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’

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Jerry Seinfeld’s web series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” kicks off its third season with Louis C.K. in the passenger seat of Seinfeld’s borrowed 1959 Fiat Jolly.  “Hitler would love this car,” Seinfeld cracks. C.K. marvels that he can “actually drag my knuckles on the street” while they drive.

The bizarre coral-orange vehicle, outfitted with wicker seats and no doors, ferries the longtime friends/colleagues to a New York pier where C.K. keeps his yacht — which he claims he can’t afford. After motoring to calm waters, the guys have coffee (cappuccino for Seinfeld) and shoot the breeze. C.K.’s yarn about running his boat aground in thick mud off the shores of Harlem — with his kids on board — is a whale of a tale.

Broadcaster Howard Stern and comic actors Patton Oswalt and Tina Fey are a few of Seinfeld’s passengers in upcoming webisodes.

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