What's the deal with Jerry Seinfeld?
The star of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" recently poked fun at other, similar shows, suggesting they had co-opted for their chatting while riding around in cars.  "These are all real shows!" Seinfeld says in a tweet . "And we are proud that others have taken notice of our style and have been inspired by it. The only comment we would like to make is: If you're going to knock us off, get it right!"
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It was all part of Seinfeld's promotion for his show's newest season.
But on Wednesday the comedian ̵
Robert Llewellyn tweeted Wednesday that his "Carpool" show predates "Comedians in Cars," having run on The Internet in 2009 and aired on TV in 2010-11
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The concept was similar: Llewellyn conversed with celebrities while they red around in a Toyota Prius .
“Apology to Robert Llewelyn [sic] Car Pool,” Seinfel d tweeted Wednesday. "Hadn't heard of it."
"That's very kind of you sir," Llewellyn tweeted back. "I've moved on since the Carpool days but the series is still on YouTube."