Jimmy Fallon Pegs Jerry Seinfeld As A ‘Happy Irritable Person’ On ‘The Tonight Show’

Jerry Seinfeld and Jimmy Fallon seem to get along swimmingly and why shouldn’t they? They’re both big stars that have made NBC tons of cash, they tend to stray away from going particularly blue and Fallon has a knack for borrowing Seinfeld’s voice at a moment’s notice. Keep this in mind, Bee Movie sequel investors.

Last night’s edition of The Tonight Show featured Seinfeld popping by for a bit of chat and a bit of gloating about how his series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee managed to score an Emmy nod in the same category as Fallon’s flagship late night program. It’s almost as if Crackle and the National Broadcasting Company operate a very different budgets. Playful ribbing ahoy!

“It’s so uncomfortable,” Seinfeld told Fallon. “Cause this is as big as it gets. Your show on a major network, the amount of money that is spent and that I caught you with three go pros and a used car. We’re tied.”

Elsewhere in their televised powerhang, Fallon and Seinfeld discussed how the 90s sitcom megastar was a “happy irritable person.” It was an assessment that Seinfeld didn’t disagree with. Naturally, that set the scene for the comedian to touch on what’s getting in his craw at these days. See for yourself by checking out the clip below and learn more about The Great Fallon/Seinfeld Emmy Rivalry of 2016 by watching the video at the top of the post.