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Jerry seinfeld gets the cops called on him for starting a lemonade stand.
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The one time Jerry Seinfeld tries to help someone, the cops get called.

In an attempt to raise some fun money for his wife's Baby Buggy family charity, Seinfeld, his son Julian and two of the youngster's friends set up an impromptu lemonade stand in East Hampton last week.

Not everyone in the Hamptons appreciated the philanthropic gesture according to the Huffington Post.

East Hampton Village Police received a complaint on Aug. 18 about illegally parked cars at the stand, The East Hampton Press reported. An officer arrived on the scene and told the comedian that lemonade stands were not permitted on village property, and that he'd have to shut it down. "No Lemonade For You," the newspaper's headline read, referencing the Soup Nazi' character's "No soup for you!" cry on Seinfeld's hugely popular sitcom.



Luckily, Seinfeld and his temporary employees were able to have a little fun with it and posted their reaction to the call on Instagram.



That's a shame.

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Ever since Hulu slapped every Seinfeld episode up, it seems like the 1990s show has resurged into modern parlance. That prompted YouTuber David Elmaleh to craft another take on what many see as a disappointing finale.

It seems like such an interesting beginning (or second season plot line) to a very different, dark and violent show...

Of course the sequel will be to open a coffee shop in Turkey.

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In the most recent episode of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee", Jerry Seinfeld teamed up Internet weirdo and YouTube star Miranda Sings.

The character, created by comedian Colleen Ballinger in 2008, performs awkward music covers and wears too much lipstick, much to the delight/dismay of her millions of subscribers.

This is the first time an Internet celebrity has been on the show, and she didn't break character the entire episode - or drink any coffee for that matter.

Most recently, the two also appeared on "The Tonight Show" to play Pictionary, and all of it was pure comedic gold.

That's gold Jerry! Gold!

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In an installment of Jerry Seinfeld's online series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, he shares a conversation with Louis C.K. as they cruise through New York City in a 1959 Fiat Jolly to share a coffee on Louis' boat.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Some of the subject matter discussed between these two hilarious comedians may not be suitable for a work environment. You've been warned!

Via: Ken Burns
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Louis C.K. recites the Gettysburg Address with (not so much) grace, and he talks with Jerry Seinfeld about its history and meaning in true Louie style.

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Jerry Seinfeld's new web series, Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, is aptly named -- besides Jerry's classic car collection, it also stars Larry David, Ricky Gervais, Colin Quinn, and Alec Baldwin.

The promo, however, is devoid of details, except that it premieres July 19.

Jury's still out on this one.

[nyt]

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Another Super Bowl Car Commercial of the Day: Honda attempts to out-stunt itself with an Acura Super Bowl spot starring Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, the Soup Nazi, and The Man from Another Place as the last living Munchkin.

[thanks cole!]

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