Jerry Seinfeld Reviews

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5.0 star rating K Lilley from New Market MD

HILARIOUS

My 17 and 18 year old kids came with me to NY to see him. We all laughed the whole time. His material was timely and fresh but still had his signature style. Just great. Worst part was that he took questions at the end and the audience members asked the dumbest questions. Brutal for him but he was still funny.

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