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Seinfeld and Superman Want You To Get A Credit Card
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© Joe Crowe
March 29, 2004

Jerry Seinfeld and Superman want you to get another credit card.

They are appearing together again in commercials for American Express. The new ones can be viewed here:


Patrick Warburton, who played Puddy on "Seinfeld," and later was The Tick on "The Tick" again does the voice of the Man of Steel.

Go for the fun Superman and Seinfeld shorts -- stay for the cards that give you fake money!

Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Richards could not be reached for comment. They are still in hiding after their absolutely terrible post-Seinfeld sitcoms.

I'm all for a combination of two of my favorite things: comedy and comics. What's next? Gallagher and Thor?

The difference there is that Gallagher is lame AFTER he uses his hammer.

What is the deal with RevolutionSF news editor Joe Crowe? I wanna know!

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