Seinfeld And Obama, Driving A Stingray And Getting Coffee


One of the funniest exchanges revolves around an in-depth breakdown of "Seinfeld" cocreator Larry David's sunscreen habits. "And then little kids love saying my name, but it's all one big name-'barackobama'".

Once they actually grab coffee in the White House, Seinfeld asks Obama how many world leaders he thinks are "completely out of their mind".

Obama also tells the comedian that if he could hang out with any president, it would be Teddy Roosevelt.

Arriving in a classic 1963 Corvette Stingray Split Window Coupe to pick up the President, Seinfeld munched on an apple in the Oval Office while Obama finished his work, reported E! online. "Just a 'lil, 'lil gin I take mid-day", Obama joked.

"Anonymity's not something you think about as being valuable", the president says when asked about what he misses from his pre-presidential days. 'Doing a comedy show with President Obama in and around the White House felt like going into space, ' he said.

"With all due respect, I remember being not famous", Seinfeld disagrees.

Much like his appearance on Zach Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns, Obama admitted that he only agreed to do the show so he could promote Obamacare and encourage enrollments and he managed to squeeze in a plug towards the end although Seinfeld made it as awkward as possible.

Obama joins fellow A-Listers like Amy Schumer, Tina Fey, Sarah Silverman, and Jon Stewart who have sat in the Seinfeldstar's passenger seat... only this episode had a slightly different twist.


Watch Obama's full "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" at Crackle.

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