Tina Fey gets coffee by car for Jerry Seinfeld’s web series

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In the latest installment of his web series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” host Jerry Seinfeld welcomes Tina Fey into his borrowed red 1967 Volvo for a trip to get java in Harlem followed by a gobbling of “cronuts” and other pastries downtown Manhattan.

Some highlights of the webisode, which you can see in full here:

Fey revealed that she:

1) Doesn’t drive and once nearly ran herself over while pretending she could.

2) Carries no key for her New York apartment because she doesn’t need to; it’s that kind of apartment (read: upscale).

Most awkward moment

Fey to Seinfeld: “Your kids, where are they on Santa Claus?”

Seinfeld: (pause) “Well, we’re Jewish.”

Fey: (nervous laugh)

Oddest moment

Seinfeld (looking around while driving): “I can’t find my product placement.”

Fey: (turns to Seinfeld with a puzzled smile)

Fey also talks a bit about her Chicago comedy background, during the years she spent at iO Theater and Second City.

“I always wished I could be a standup,” she tells Seinfeld. “I tried it like, three times in Chicago. I remember compared to improv it was so much scarier and so much more thrilling, because if you did get a laugh it was all yours. But then when you were flop-sweaty, it was also all you.”

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