Seinfeld can come off as a bit out of touch sometimes, like when he's talking about diversity, but he keeps it pretty level here. He does seem shocked that any place anywhere can serve eggs for a mere three dollars, and at one point he berates a saleswoman for telling him he looks good in goofy glasses, but that's all pretty reasonable.
Wiig's general presence inspired a few Seinfeld riffs about hipsters, and the two happily chatted about Wiig and her boyfriend's love of antique vehicles (Seinfeld likes the idea of "two people getting heated up and jumping into bed because of an old Volvo"—a gross phrase that's kind of amusing).
On the Wiig front, the comedian shared the intriguing news that she's currently working on a ukulele album. There's also plenty of generous reminiscing about her old days at the Groundlings and SNL for any super fans.
Oh and at one point, the duo joked about how edible a man's dog looked while he stood outside the restaurant glass trying to take a photo of them.
For that alone, it's worth a watch. Check out the full episode, here.