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Posted by Jerry Seinfeld on Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Throughout his run as the host of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” Jerry Seinfeld and his guests have often discussed the relationship between comedians and police.

According to Seinfeld, a policeman can be a comedian’s best friend, especially when they get pulled over. Seinfeld thinks that most cops are familiar with a big time comedian’s work and will be excited to meet them and not give them a ticket.

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“They love you…police love comedians,” Seinfeld explains to another comedian.

During one episode of the show, Seinfeld and comedian Chris Rock get stopped for speeding and ultimately get out of a ticket, which doesn’t surprise Seinfeld in the least.

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