Jerry Seinfeld Set To Release First Comedy Special In Over 20 Years

Published On April 24, 2020 » 382 Views» By Z-rowe »

The last time Jerry Seinfeld released an original stand-up special, Bill Clinton was president and the Furby was America’s hottest toy.

That was over 20 years ago, and now Seinfeld is ready to make a return to the stage. The 65-year-old comedian is set to release his upcoming stand-up special ‘23 Hours to Kill‘ on Netflix on May 5, 2020.

A trailer for the special was released. You can view it at the bottom of the page.

The trailer borrows from the infamous ‘Goldfinger’ scene in which the title villain threatens to slice a tied-down 007 in half with a laser — starting at his crotch. It turns out Seinfeld’s nemesis, a one-eyed ‘super villain,’ is having financial problems and wants Seinfeld to tell him how to earn ‘comedy-special money.’

In addition to spoofing James Bond, he’ll also talk about texting, bad buffets, pop tarts, and lots of other things in this special.

Check out the trailer below…

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