By James Hibberd
Updated January 30, 2012 at 12:00 PM EST

Jerry Seinfeld’s new Super Bowl for Acura has some jokes referencing his long-running iconic NBC hit.

It’s going to be awfully tough to generate more buzz than Honda’s ad that revives Ferris Bueller, but here’s the setup: Seinfeld wants to be first on the waiting list for a new Acura NSX. So first he must convince an average chump who’s No. 1 on his dealership’s list to give up his place (and there’s another NBC guest star here too that I won’t spoil). Check it out:

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