So, some guy writing in the Washington Post complains that he thinks that the latest series of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee shows that it has "run out of steam".
As it happened, I watched the first, longer than usual, episode with Zach Galifianakis last week, and thought it was particularly funny.
The whole concept of the show ensures that individual episodes will be pretty hit or miss - much depends on the mood of the interviewee on the day, surely. But Jerry himself always comes across as a very non judgemental, empathetic ear interested in all sorts of comedy. He doesn't really deal in emotion at all - and can sometimes feel a bit coldly practical - but I like the way he keeps things in perspective (such as in the Galifianakis episode, he shrugs off being recognized in the public as no big deal).