Seinfeld: 'I Think Everyone Is Getting Along Better in the World Right Now'

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Comedian Jerry Seinfeld appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on May 5, 2020. (Photo: Screen capture)

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on May 5, 2020. (Photo: Screen capture)

(CNSNews.com) – Jimmy Kimmel probably didn’t expect the answer he got Tuesday night when he asked Comedian Jerry Seinfeld if he’s “getting along better or worse” with his wife Jessica, now that they’ve been quarantined in New York for so many weeks:

“Better,” Seinfeld told Kimmel:

I think everyone is getting along better in the world right now. For the most part.

It’s because everyone realizes this, you know, we have a unifying enemy. And I find that everybody’s trying 10 percent to 12 percent harder just to be nice. Don’t you find that?

“Not really, no,” Kimmel said. “But I’m watching CNN all day, so I’m looking at a guy in a klan hood at the super market and people shoving a park ranger into a lake because he told them to distance themselves from each other.

“But at my house, yes. I am trying to behave. I am trying to clean up after myself, which I don’t do, usually. I’m trying to be a better husband and roommate, more than anything.”

Seinfeld joked that he tries to find “the nicest way you can ask for catsup.”

“I actually think, hey, if no one’s using the catsup, I would love a little more catsup. Instead of just normally I would go, give me that.”

Seinfeld went on Kimmel’s show to discuss his new standup routine, called “Jerry Seinfeld: 23 hours to kill,” which is now out on Netflix.


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