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Jerry Seinfeld Revisits Set of His NBC TV Show in ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ with Garry Shandling

Jerry Seinfeld took a cruise down memory lane with Garry Shandling for the latest episode of his digital comedy series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” on Sony’s Crackle.

Seinfeld, tooling around L.A. with Shandling in a beige 1979 Porsche 930 Turbo, visited the New York street set of “Seinfeld” for the first time since the NBC show ended its run in 1998. In a teaser for the episode, “It’s Great That Garry Shandling Is Still Alive,” the two comedians drive up to the CBS Studio Center in Studio City, Calif., where “Seinfeld” was shot for nine seasons.

“We used to work here,” Seinfeld tells the security guard at the gate. “Do you remember us?” Replies the bemused guard: “Vaguely.”

The new episode of “Comedians in Cars” with Shandling premieres Wednesday, Jan. 20, starting at 11:30 pm ET. The full episode is available here.

Guests in the seventh season of the show, which is the most popular series on Crackle, include President Obama, Will Ferrell, Steve Martin, Kathleen Madigan and Sebastian Maniscalco. The series, sponsored exclusively by Acura, is executive produced by Seinfeld and Sony Pictures Television’s Embassy Row.

All nine seasons of “Seinfeld” are available to Hulu subscribers via a deal the company reached last summer with Sony Pictures TV.

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