Julia Louis-Dreyfus Reunites With Jerry Seinfeld In New Skit
"I'm nervous." That's the first thing Louis-Dreyfus says as she gets into the Aston Martin that would be perfect for James Bond. Fitting, since Seinfeld says Louis-Dreyfus is the James Bond of comedy.
The two have some very Seinfeld-ian moments like while they're getting coffee and they realize that it's cold. Louis-Dreyfus asks them to heat them up and comes back to the table knowing that they're calling her an a-hole behind her back.
"That's the right way to call someone an a-hole," Seinfeld says, "behind their back." Or a great conversation they have about how Jerry is nice, well, as Louis-Dreyfus explains, "You can be nice."
"Hitler can be nice," Seinfeld says.
"You're nicer than Hitler," she says.
One story that doesn't prove how nice he is, is the time he went up to a five-months-pregnant Louis-Dreyfus and told her they should do a storyline where Elaine gets really fat. She started crying at the time, but she admits now it would have been a really funny storyline.
The two also talk about what the Housewives should really be called, marriage and Julia's favorite deodorant. Just like old times, nothing becomes as interesting as ever.
Watch the full episode of Jerry and Elaine getting coffee in a car here.
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