What kind of car is in comedians in Cars Getting Coffee?

October 3, 2019 Off By idswater

What kind of car is in comedians in Cars Getting Coffee?

In a 1966 Porsche 356 SC Cabriolet once used as a Dutch police car, Jerry and Barry Marder (aka Ted L. Nancy) head to the Bendix Diner in New Jersey. Jerry shares coffee and cars with edgy comics like Bill Maher, Sarah Silverman and Colin Quinn, plus old friends George Wallace and Larry David.

What kind of car did Jerry and Patton ride in?

Jerry and Patton Oswalt’s ride in a DeLorean goes poorly, so they find an alternate way to get to a hip coffee shop in an emerging LA neighborhood. Jay Leno has his first cup of coffee ever while he and Jerry reminisce about their stand-up past and ride around in a 1949 Porsche 356/2.

What kind of car did Jerry and Sebastian Drive?

In a classic 1969 Camaro Z28, Jerry and Sebastian Maniscalco talk about overly casual environments, Sebastian’s mean resting face and more. Lewis Black: At What Point Am I Out From Under?

What kind of car does Jerry and Seth get coffee in?

Jerry picks up Eddie Murphy in a Porsche Carrera GT for a wide-ranging conversation about Eddie’s career and coming up together in late-’70s New York. Error: please try again. In a beat-up 1976 Dodge Monaco, Jerry and Seth Rogen get coffee and make an Arby’s run while musing on fame, feelings, awards, beards and more. Ricky Gervais: China Maybe?

What kind of car does Jerry Seinfeld drive?

Riding high in a low-grille 1970 Mercedes Cabriolet, Ali Wentworth schools Jerry on the finer points of WASP etiquette and the art of winning a fight. Fueled by coffee and classic cars, Jerry has enlightening chats with Barack Obama, David Letterman, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Howard Stern and more.

What kind of car does Garry Shandling drive?

In a 1979 Porsche 911 Turbo, Jerry and Garry Shandling head to LA’s Comedy Store to share old stories and reflect on comics who have passed on. Cedric the Entertainer joins Jerry in a 1958 Bentley S1, and they discuss the “pre-laugh,” the survival mindset of comedians and more.