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Jerry Seinfeld brews up more great coffee, cars, comedy

One of the joys of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," is watching passengers like David Letterman react to the driving of Jerry Seinfeld.

Fans of comedy, cars and coffee will be happy to know that Jerry Seinfeld's web series combining all three of those things returns on June 13.

Season two of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" will premiere on Thursday at noon ET with Sarah Silverman. New episodes will air online every week at the same time, through July 18.

A trailer for the upcoming season shows the car-obsessed Seinfeld driving -- and then dining -- with Silverman, David Letterman, Chris Rock, Don Rickles, Seth Meyers and French comedian Gad Elmaleh.

"You're not drinking coffee if you're not drinking it black, don't you think?" an unshaven Letterman asks Seinfeld. "No I don't think," Seinfeld replies. "Oh, you like to monkey with it?" Letterman shoots back.

The show does a masterful job of mixing the casual lunch conversations of some of the top comedians of our time with beautiful footage of classic automobiles -- not to mention beautiful images of coffee being brewed, stirred and sipped.

Seinfeld is seen zipping around in a Jaguar with Silverman, a Porsche with Meyers and a Volvo wagon with Letterman. He even gets pulled over by police while speeding with Rock in "the most beautiful car in the world," a Lamborghini Miura.

The first season of "Coffee" was 10 episodes long and featured stars such as Ricky Gervais, Larry David and Alec Baldwin. Brew a pot of coffee and catch up before the new season starts.