Comedian Jerry Seinfeld tackled a more serious subject than he usually does in the most recent episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which was a break from his typical style.
While having their meal together, Seinfeld and director Judd Apatow discuss their friend Garry Shandling, who died not long ago. In addition, they consume smoothies and, of course, coffee.
Apatow informed the actor from Seinfeld, who had been moved to tears by the recollections, that people responded to you and Garry in a major manner during Garry’s burial service. “There is something about him that is able to properly capture the struggle that each and every one of us as human beings goes through. He worked hard to get rid of his ego in addition to working hard to acquire joy and inner peace for himself. Both of these objectives necessitated a significant amount of effort on his part.”
Shandling was 66 years old when he died of a heart attack at his home in Los Angeles near the end of March. He was eventually able to locate a phone and call the relevant authorities for assistance. Sadly, despite being transferred to a nearby hospital, he did not survive his stay and was pronounced dead.
Apatow and Shandling collaborated on “The Larry Sanders Show,” which aired in the 1980s and starred Larry Sanders. During that time period, their involvement on the production included both acting in the play and directing it.