WATCH: Jerry Seinfeld Returns to His Roots and Does Standup on “Late Show”
"If you want a doughnut, have a doughnut! Why are you eating the hole?"
What’s the deal with Jerry Seinfeld these days? You know he’s doing the Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee thing, and he did the whole Seinfeld thing with Larry David, but what’s really his deal right now in 2016?
It appears that Seinfeld’s new thing is going all the way back to his first love—standup comedy. Last night, on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the legendary comedian got up and performed his “best tight five” about TV dinners, how fat America has become, and the horrors of the buffet. While the jokes (all about food) are pretty good, Seinfeld’s signature high voice crack is the best part of the set, by far.
Seinfeld was on Colbert’s late night show to promote his year-long residency at New York’s Beacon Theater. Maybe he can get some good jabs at Ovaltine in there.