UPDATE: Watch the full episode here.
Louis C.K. kicked off the third season of Jerry Seinfeld's Crackle web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," and as expected, twenty-two minutes of two of the best living comedians hanging is nothing short of a total delight.
The men drove around New York City in an orange 1959 Fiat Jolly, a retro golf cart-like vehicle that was built for wealthy Italians on their way to their yachts. In this case, they drove through Manhattan to take a ride on C.K.'s yacht, chatting about the minutiae you'd expect.
C.K. revealed that he first met Seinfeld about 20 years ago when opening for him. As the two seemed to have a comfortable relationship, their conversation on the car ride and in the yacht was both poignant and entertaining.
One highlight is Louie explaining his routine for getting stoned and seeing movies in New York. It involves buying tickets online, and then loading up on snacks before ordering an Uber ride to the theater to avoid all human interaction.
And of course, snacks. "You gotta wear a jacket to do this," C.K. said.
"So you're like a suicide bomber," Seinfeld retorted, to C.K.'s delight.
Another long story was C.K. opening up about something that led to his name in the papers for reasons he may not have expected: Getting his yacht stuck in the New York harbor. The 12-hour ordeal involves police, onlookers, paparazzi, two impatient daughters and finally a kind-hearted seaman.
We highly recommend watching the full video above. (What else are you doing today, anyway?)