Seinfeld fans hoping for a reunion of the fabulous four would just have to make do with half.
Jerry Seinfeld and Julia Louis Dreyfus, or Elaine as Seinfeld fans call her, got together for the new season of Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
The web series, which is already on its sixth season, was conceptualized and directed by the lovable comedian. The series does live up to its title, with Seinfeld picking up a friend, usually a fellow comedian or an actor known for his comedic chops and they drive around, chat and grab something to eat.
One of the fun parts of the show is the type of car Seinfeld would be using to pick up his guest and his explanation for using that particular car.
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) June 4, 2015
The episodes, which run from 15 to 20 minutes, are lighthearted and entertaining, but not as entertaining as his drive with his erstwhile partner-in-crime Elaine.
Viewers can easily see the close and sincere camaraderie between the two comedians when the 15 minute webisode unfolded.
The short clip felt uncannily like a Seinfeld episode where the two get into hilarious situations over nothing and they talk about nothing.
Fans will undoubtedly get the feels when they see how things haven’t changed between Jerry and Elaine. They’re on the same wavelength that they usually end up finishing each other’s sentences.
They also talked about random nonsense, like ice cream scoops and the right temperature a cappuccino should be served.
And like any regular longtime friends, they indulged in a lot of “remember when” reminiscing and easily made the other laugh.
At one point, Seinfeld even had Louis-Dreyfus talk to his wife, author Jessica Seinfeld, who she thanked for helping her friend finally develop some inter-personal skills.
Fellow Seinfeld mainstays Jason Alexander and Michael Richards have already guested on the popular web series. And with Louis-Dreyfus getting in a car with Seinfeld to get some coffee, the cycle is finally complete.