Jerry Seinfeld makes transphobic jokes on 'Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee'

Jerry Seinfeld has topped the list yet again.

Jerry Seinfeld has topped the list yet again. Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images

It looks like Jerry Seinfeld is doubling down on his ridiculous anti-PC crusade, no matter how much the world tries to teach him to stop being so obnoxious. 

On the latest episode of his web show (aka, tedious native advertising series) Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, Seinfeld makes some offensive transgender jokes, putting guest Stephen Colbert in the uncomfortable position of awkwardly laughing off the whole thing while sitting in the passenger seat.

Referring to the car in his driveway, Colbert says "That's my daughter's. Soon to be my son's." 

"Sex change?", asks Seinfeld in an innocuous gag, before seemingly auditioning his new 'What is the deal with this transgender thing?' stand-up routine.


"Isn't it just a matter of time before transgender is an airline? You just get on one sex and you get off the other one," he says.

Just look at Colbert's face. His brain's all, "Jerry, dude. Don't do this now."

Seinfeld also came under fire last month for his comments claiming political correctness is "hurting comedy".

"They just want to use these words. 'That's racist'. 'That's sexist'. 'That's prejudice.' They don't even know what they're talking about," he told radio host Colin Cowherd, attacking progressive types for, you know, no longer tolerating hate speech under the guise of "just jokes, guys!".