As a comedian, actor, writer, and producer, Jerry Seinfeld has been making people laugh for decades. But the accomplished star is also a family man. He and his wife, Jessica, have three kids together, and though she says he's the disciplinarian, Jerry begs to differ.
"I let it fly this morning," he says, after one of his kids slammed a cabinet door. "Nobody cared." Ali admits that George wishes he were revered as a disciplinarian as well. "He's not Mark Consuelos," Jerry says, referring to Kelly Ripa's husband. "Mark Consuelos can raise an entire family with one eyebrow."
They've been together nearly 15 years, and Jerry claims he and his wife have reached the point where they never argue. "I got to a point where I couldn't think of anything that mattered," Jerry says. "I used to want to be right, I used to think 'this is an important point I'm fighting for.' I don't need to win any argument."
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Jerry also talks about his popular Web series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," but insists he won't be extending an invite to anyone outside the comedy world anytime soon. "I don't really like anybody that's not funny," he admits. "I think there's something funny about watching comedians have normal conversations even, 'cause they're never quite normal."
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