Jerry Seinfeld reunites with "Seinfeld" alums Michael Richards and Larry David in a new web series that brings him, well, full circle. He even references a Nazi.
"You have finally done the show about nothing," David, co-creator of the popular 1990s sitcom, tells the actor in a newly-released teaser for the program, which is called "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" and premieres next week.
"Seinfeld," which saw Seinfeld playing a neurotic version of himself, was often touted this way due to its storylines about everyday events. The new web series sees Seinfeld chit-chatting with fellow comedians and actors in cars and also while sipping beverages at cafes.
"No coffee in cars," Seinfeld added in a Twitter post on Friday, July 13.
In the teaser, the star dines with Richards, who opts to sit on the floor, argues with David about ordering tea rather than coffee and chats about Nazi leader Adolf Hitler with Ricky Gervais, creator of "The Office" and a two-time Golden Globes host who is famous for his politically incorrect humor.
Seinfeld and Richards last appeared on screen together on David's semi auto-biographical HBO comedy series "Curb Your Enthusiasm" in 2009 during the seventh season. It had focused on a "Seinfeld" reunion.
Bob Einstein, who plays David's frenemy Marty Funkhouser on "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Mystery Science Theater 3000" creator Joel Hodgson and comedian Brian Regan also appear in Seinfeld's new web series.
Alec Baldwin, who recently made headlines due to a tussle with a celebrity photographer, is also seen in the teaser. He is having coffee with Seinfeld and discusses fighting a man.
"Alec Baldwin, a comedian?" a Twitter user asked Seinfeld, to which he replied: "I make certain exceptions..."