A 40-minute compilation of various appearances made by renowned comedian, Jerry Seinfeld on several late-night talk shows, in which he delivers his NEW material, post-Seinfeld.
Sorry about the timestamps; they didn’t compress well with the video.
00:18 November, 2004 – Late Show (David Letterman)
07:27 December, 2008 – Late Show (David Letterman)
14:54 March, 2010 – Late Show (David Letterman)
19:51 November, 2010 – Late Show (David Letterman)
25:23 March, 2011 – Tonight Show (Jay Leno)
28:51 November, 2011 – Late Show (David Letterman)
35:22 February 2013 – Late Show (David Letterman)
Link to Late Night Show performance:
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