Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Season 1
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee season 1 started airing on Thursday, July 19, 2012. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S1E10 Michael Richards: It's Bubbly Time, Jerry
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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In Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, comedian Jerry Seinfeld takes his comedy pals out for coffee in a selection of his classic automobiles. Larry David sums it up best when he says, 'You've finally made a show about nothing.
The question of why hangs over Jerry Seinfeld and his show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Why do we like all this talking? Why do we even need to keep talking? And why do people watch? Despite being on TV, talking continuously since the 80s, Seinfeld sounds incredulous. What’s the deal here? So it goes with the latest season of CCGC, except when Jerry reaches outside his relatively sheltered experience. Seinfeld is dismissive of his celebrity, so it’s noteworthy to watch him engage with people who live that way too, or are struggling—with fame, family, or both—to get there. <...> - according to Brief Take [Daniel Reynolds]
Parents need to know the Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is a show that features comic Jerry Seinfeld interviewing a different funny celebrity in a different classic car on each episode. Though it's pretty clean, there's no sex -- unless you count some raunchy jokes -- drugs, drinking, violence, or nudity. The show, which basically features funny adults chatting, probably won't appeal to kids unless they're comedy lovers. Cursing includes "hell," "ass," and "damn"; "s--t," "f--k," and other four-letter words are bleeped. Expect jokes about and references to sex and other ticklish topics -- religion, race, class. Each episode begins with Seinfeld extolling the virtues of that week's classic car; logos and images of the car are shown on-screen. Viewers also see restaurant logos, menus, <...> - via Common Sense Media [Joyce Slaton]