Here’s the deal. From 1975-1993, New York City was kind of a dump. I mean aside from all the murders, there were drug dealers, hookers and sections of the city that look as though they’d just been through the apocalypse. Nowadays though it’s like Disneyland. Tourists flock to Time Square and into Brooklyn to catch a gaze at the hipster population in the hopes that one day, maybe they too will be able to pay way to much for rent and $7 for a cup of coffee. On this episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld welcomes native New Yorkers Colin Quinn and Mario Joyner. Two comedians who remember New York when it was down and out.