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Julia Louis-Dreyfus: I'll Go If I Don't Have to Talk
Jerry and the “James Bond of comedy” Julia Louis-Dreyfus reminisce as they share a cappuccino after cruising the Pacific Palisades in a 1964 Aston Martin DB5.
Steve Harvey: Always Do the Banana Joke First
Jerry and Steve Harvey prowl Chicago in a ‘57 Chevy Bel Air convertible, enjoy some fine cigars and muse about offensive jokes and the futility of comedy class.
Jim Carrey: We Love Breathing What You're Burning, Baby
Jerry’s full of testosterone as he steps into a ‘76 Lamborghini Countach with Jim Carrey, who’s between a three-week cleanse and a five-day silent retreat. After coffee, it’s off to .. show full overview
Bill Maher: The Comedy Team of Smug and Arrogant
Jerry chooses a 1979 VW Bug police car for good buddy Bill Maher because, as he says, Maher seems to have authority but actually has none. Case in point: when Maher talks politics, Jerry asks, “Boxers or briefs?”
Trevor Noah: That's the Whole Point of Apartheid, Jerry
Jerry takes incoming Daily Show host Trevor Noah on a tour down under the Brooklyn Bridge, where they riff on football (aka, soccer), apartheid’s stupidity, and Noah’s insane daily routine.
Stephen Colbert: Cut Up and Bloody But Looking Good
Jerry rides shotgun with Stephen Colbert in a 1964 Morgan Plus 4, a British import that says you just don’t care what people think. He’s a late-night madman, according to Jerry, who’s .. show full overview
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