In this episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, comedian Jerry Seinfeld heads to Vegas, where he's a headliner at Caesars Palace, to visit his old friend comedian George Wallace ("a close personal friend of mine since 1976"). Seinfeld comes out to do a couple minutes in one of Wallace's final shows at the Flamingo, and then the two get in a 1965 Buick Riviera to drive the Strip and Downtown Las Vegas.
George Wallace and Jerry Seinfeld outside The Peppermill [Photo: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee]
They recall driving out to California in 1977, staying at the Riviera and going to Bob Newhart's show. They even tell one of the jokes Newhart used at the end of the show, dubbed Two Polish Airline Pilots, and the name of the episode.
Then it's off to The Peppermill, the 24-hour diner, where they get a late-night breakfast and of course, coffee. The two tell restroom and elevator jokes and even take a selfie with a fan. Do, go watch.
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