The show is the logical culmination of "Seinfeld's" philosophy—even more than that 90's classic, this new show is truly about nothing—and it's as funny as you'd expect. Some highlights:
- Jerry and Larry David discuss how important it is for comedian's to be lazy. Jerry: 'It's a miracle we ever got any work done, because no one can waste time like you and me.... One of the things the comedian mindset requires is laziness. You don't want to do real work." Larry: "No, no. I always wanted the show to get canceled, so I didn't have to do real work!"
- Larry notices the 1952 VW Bug requires the driver to use a stick shift, and he comments that he could never drive stick. Jerry: "That was a very Jewish thing to say." Larry: "You know what, I could be described as very Jewish."
- At around 7-minute mark, the topic of free range chickens is brought up. Jerry begins talking about how "free-range" they really are, slowly working out a small comedy bit in the process. It's totally improvised, and it's an illuminating glimpse into how he comes up with jokes.
- Be sure to stick around 'till the 10-minute mark. Larry shows he can do a spot-on Kramer impression.
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