Abbott and Costello, Burns and Allen, Siegfried and Roy, Gates and Seinfeld. Years from now, they will be remembered as the some of the great comic duos of all time.
You say you've never heard of Gates and Seinfeld? Then you haven't caught the first of what I presume will be many commercials together, touting.... well, not Windows, exactly. Maybe just touting the fact that Microsoft can get a geeky billionaire and a neurotic millionaire together in one place. Or now that Bill is semi-retired he's no longer such a stiff.
This is Microsoft's answer to those "I'm a mac, he's a PC" commercials. And I must admit it's not nearly as awful as you might think [video]. Seinfeld is walking down the street eating a churro when he spots Gates inside a discount shoe store. Jerry then takes matters into his own hands, outfitting Bill with a new pair of size 10 Conquistadors.
Gates of course is a platinum member at "Shoe Circus." And the photo on his platinum card? The infamous mug shot taken when he was arrested for reckless driving in New Mexico in 1977. Got to give them props for that one.
What does this have to do with Windows Vista? Nothing. And that's probably a good thing. Because the less said about that disaster the better. But near the end, Seinfeld comes close: