Jerry Seinfeld on "TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes"





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Published on Mar 13, 2010

Somewhere between his gigs as Frankie the Joke writer on "Benson" and as Jerry the Joke Teller on "Seinfeld", hot young commedian Jerry Seinfeld appeared on a mid 80s episode of TV'sBaPJ"...not that there's anything wrong with that.

To fill out the 10 minutes, a few British commercials from another segment of the show, one of which features Frankie Howerd, best known to American audiences as Mean Mr Mustard in the 1978 movie "Sqt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".

Comments • 21

Tyler Venable
Good bye to the worlds oldest teenager. Rip Mr. Clark.
norelco pc
Thanks for cutting it off just as the Soupy Sales segment begins.
norelco pc
There probably were just a few people in the studio for the Jerry Seinfeld segment.... probably people taking the NBC Studios tour.
Elizabeth Roberto
it "FLICKERS" at the very top of the film i wonder why is it because it s a "VERY OLD" show or it because its youtube's fault?
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Stunt Panda
It's funny to see comments like this from young people that have never experienced a VHS tape. When you get old I'll bet kids will ask, "What's Grinder?" And, "Who's America?"
Elizabeth Roberto
+Drchainsaw77 oh, i see..... :)
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Al Jaffee Art?
Whoops. Yr right. 
Randy Hansen
Sergio Aragones, actually. At least you got the right magazine!
Ty-Phoo Tea - rofl hahaha sounds like my cup of tea!
why dont they show things like this?
does the cable network TNN and or TNT still exist?
Looked forward to this show every week as a kid, RIP Dick and Ed.
Sage Bariatric Institute
I can't believe how young Jerry Seinfeld looks. He has had a great career since then. Thanks for these classic bloopers.
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