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Comedy Filmed in Montclair's Bluestone Coffee Shop Starring Seinfeld and Colbert to Air, July 8

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Credits: Camille Morreale
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Credits: Susan Lindner-McKeown
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Credits: Camille Morreale
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MONTCLAIR, NJ – TAP into Montclair was the first to report on April 9 that Jerry Seinfeld had been spotted in Montclair's Bluestone Coffee Co. interviewing comedian Stephen Colbert. The time has finally come for the episode to stream at 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

The episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which is part of the Crackle Internet series, is the final show of the season.

Seinfeld can be seen in the episode picking up Colbert at his Montclair home in a 1964 Morgan Plus 4 Roadster. As he hands over the keys to Colbert, who struggles to drive stick shift, Seinfeld fearfully rides in the passenger seat.

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Once inside of the Bluestone Coffee Co., Colbert and Seinfeld discuss their fathers and joke about whose dad may be "more feminine". Seinfeld asks, "Who is more feminine, you or your father?" To which Colbert replies, "Obviously, I am."

Although pictured wearing a full gray beard in the episode, Colbert was seen clean-shaven by the time of the Montclair Film Festival opening night on May 1.

A link to the original story is here

Here's the episode preview.

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