Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee kicked off its seventh season on Wednesday evening with a great car, a special guest and a pretty cool location. The guest was President Barack Obama and the location was the White House. And the car? How about a Silver Blue 1963 Corvette Sting Ray!
Unlike previous episodes, there wasn’t too much driving around for Seinfeld and President Obama, so the two mostly cruised the Sting Ray around the circular drive. After some banter over coffee in the basement break room, it was President Obama’s turn behind the steering wheel. He didn’t drive far or long, but seeing the leader of the free world do a burnout/quick launch in a classic Corvette is about the most ‘Murican thing ever!
Jerry also gets a rare look inside the President’s limo known as The Beast. President Obama says that two of the features he likes the most about his limo is the ability to use the telephone to call a nuclear submarine as well as the heated seats. Jerry is unimpressed with the seat warmers, but says he wants the Presidential logo that is prominently displayed on a “waterfall” between the two seats. “You can’t have that!” laughed President Obama.
It’s a decent episode to watch for those of all political persuasions and the best parts in our opinion are the segments with the Sting Ray. Click here to watch full 19-minute episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
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