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December 24, 2014 4:11 pm

Alter Ego of ‘Seinfeld’ Star Kramer Fears ‘Anti-Semitic Offspring,’ in New Skit (VIDEO)

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Actor Michael Richards as her alter ego Dick Corcoran in a new skit with his former 'Seinfeld' costar Jerry Seinfeld. Photo: Screenshot.

Actor Michael Richards, best known for his Seinfeld character Cosmo Kramer, stars in a new comedic skit with Jerry Seinfeld as his alter ego Dick Corcoran. In the clip Corcoran reveals himself to be Hitler’s son-in-law and that he is concerned about having anti-Semitic children.

“My wife wants children very badly and there’s nothing I want more than to give her the fruit of my seed,” Corcoran tells Seinfeld in the clip, which was published Tuesday on Facebook. “With that being said, this DNA of unspeakable evil must end here…I cannot give my wife a Hitler baby…I cannot bring my anti-Semitic offspring into a corporate environment!”

Corcoran, who is the president of a company called Crackle, asks Seinfeld to impregnate his new wife. He promises the comedian that he won’t be in the room when they are together but will instead be on speakerphone “in case anything goes wrong.”

Seinfeld turns down the offer telling Corcoran “sometimes I feel like I don’t know what your story is.” As Corcoran then proceeds to bash Seinfeld for not having “a story” in his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, he also praises Hitler.

“Now Hitler, he had a story! He gave speeches, he tried to take over the world. That didn’t work out but he had a story!” Corcoran yells. “Either you get your mind right and get busy with my sweetie or we’re never gonna crush the third reich! Mr. Seinfeld tear down this wall!”

Seinfeld said he posted the comedic skit on Facebook in response to what he called the “suppression of creative content.” The comedian was referring to the decision by Sony Pictures to drop the film The Interview after a North Korean hack attack. The studio later announced that the movie will play in select theaters, and will be distributed online through YouTube and Google Play.

Watch the Seinfeld skit below:

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