Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander and Larry David walk into a diner, not just any diner, but the now landmark NYC Tom's Diner which served as the framework for Monk's on the Seinfeld show. A picture is taken of Seinfeld and Alexander walking towards Tom's and is tweeted for the whole world to see. That, along with Seinfeld discussing a "secret project" during a Reddit AMA and an interview on the WFAN sports radio show Boomer & Carton are steering hopeful fans in the direction that they will get to see George, Jerry, Elaine and Kramer back in action.
Boomer and Carton pressed the comedian on what he was doing with Alexander and David. Were the old friends simply getting coffee like Jerry and George did on the show every week? Was it part of Seinfeld's web show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee? Were they planning some other future project? Although the radio hosts did not get all the juicy details, Seinfeld coyly confirmed that there was some sort of Seinfeld reunion in the works.
— NBC New York (@NBCNewYork) January 30, 2014
Seinfeld told Boomer and Carton, "It's a secret project. I gave you more now than I've given anyone. I told you what it isn't, and then I also told you that it isn't not that either." What? Okay, here's what we do know. Seinfeld described the secret project as a "one and done" experience, that we will get to see it very soon, it's not a commercial for the Super Bowl and it may even have already been filmed. So fans everywhere can certainly get excited but expectations should be kept in check as the project could be any number of things.
#seinfeldreunion quickly became a popular trend on Twitter:
If a Seinfeld reunion happened I'd probably die of happiness #seinfeldreunion
— Maya (@MayyaK) January 31, 2014
— Lindsay M (@___Lindsay__) January 31, 2014
What is your excitement level at the prospect of a Seinfeld reunion?
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