When You Put TV's Best Comedians In Classic Cars, Hilarity Ensues

Comedy

This should hold you over until The Grand Tour is out.

Cars and comedy are two things that go together like bread and butter or Ken Block and tire smoke. If you have any doubts of that, just watch any episode of Top Gear ever. In case you were busy waiting until the first episode of The Grand Tour comes out to get your fix, we have some filler for the mean time because the 8th season of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee is on its way out. Previous seasons included testing an Ariel Atom as a coffee delivery vehicle.

The trailer for this season shows stars like “Last Week Tonight’s” John Oliver and “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels driving around in cars like the Mercedes 300 SL and a Pontiac Firebird, which should quell your need for car entertainment for the time being.

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