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George Wallace & Jerry Seinfeld "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee"

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by Sin City Sinner, Jul 31, 2014.

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  1. Sin City Sinner

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    great! thanks for posting, I like this series, hadn't seen this one yet.

    Best part..locals or tourists??
     
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    I watch the series and this was one of the best, although that could be because it was all Vegas.
    I couldn't understand the audio. Who was Mario in the dressing room at Flamingo?
     
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    Mario Joyner is another comic. He also wound up joining Jerry and Collin Quinn in an earlier episode.

    I have to admit this episode made me extremely envious of George. Living on the strip in what looked to be a nice big suite at the Flamingo would be quite the life.
     
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    Loved the scenes they shot in Peppermill!
     
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    George does have great accommodation. I had trouble with the audio at times too.

    Peppermill was the perfect spot for their coffee.
     
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