By Esther Zuckerman
Updated November 13, 2014 at 06:41 PM EST

In the latest outing of Jerry Seinfeld’s endlessly entertaining web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, he takes a ride with Amy Schumer in a (literally) smoking Ferrari.

The Ferrari makes some pretty gnarly sounds as the two ride up the West Side Highway, making Schumer fear for her safety. “This is so scary,” she says. “It’s comforting to know how I’m going to die, I guess.” It isn’t long before they ditch the car and settle in at a diner in the Bronx.

Here are some of Schumer’s highlights throughout the episode, which you can watch in full here:

On her pet peeve: “People putting the E-ZPass up too early.”

Seinfeld’s response? “You can’t get more irritable than that.”

On alcoholism: “Have you ever dated an alcoholic?” she asks Seinfeld, who says yes. “Was it fun for a while? And then it’s like, oh, this is actually pretty dark. I’m wondering what it’s like to date me.” She then recounts: “In actuality I will have like two glasses of wine a couple times a week and I feel really bad about—”

On what’s hard for her: “I know for female comics it’s hard to date someone. It’s usually an issue, what we do.”

On Kate Upton: Schumer discussed the different standards people have for hot people based on an experience with Kate Upton. “We expect nothing from them,” she said. “My friend was like, ‘Kate’s really funny,’ and I was like, ‘bullshit.’ There’s no way she’s funny.”