Seinfeld

(1989)

During its nine-year network run, Seinfeld, which premiered in 1990 on NBC, set the meandering course for four single friends living in New York. The group's core is Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld), a stand up comedian whose professional path includes a shot of creating a network sitcom, a guest spot on the "Today" show, and a wealth of other quests gone-awry with a personal life rife with an endless parade of never-quite-right girlfriends. His childhood best friend, George Costanza (Jason Alexander), could be deemed the quintessential loser; he can never hold a job or keep a romance.. although he has more than enough schemes to make either happen. Jerry's ex, Elaine Benes (Julia Loius-Dreyfus) offers the quirky quartet her own barrage of bad dates and worrisome workplace sagas. The curiously-coiffed Kramer (Michael Richards) rounds up the group as Jerry's over-the-top imaginative and often-mysterious neighbor, who has no visible means of support and an uncanny knack for opening doors to opportunities he has no business being near.

Nerd Alert: ‘Game of Thrones’ Meets ‘Seinfeld’, Everything Wrong with ‘Jurassic Park 2’ & More

Nerd Alert: ‘Game of Thrones’ Meets ‘Seinfeld’, Everything Wrong with ‘Jurassic Park 2’ & More

Welcome to today's edition of Nerd Alert, where we have all the eccentric, nerdy news for you in one convenient spot. What do we have in store for you on this terrific Thursday? Game of Thrones gets a Seinfeld-inspired laugh track, a Star Wars R2D2 mini-fridge debuts and Jurassic World gets a homemade trailer. So, sit back, relax, and check out all that today's Nerd Alert has to offer.

Earlier this week, we showed you a hilarious mashup of Game of Thrones' "Hardhome" ending, set to Michael Jackson's thriller, but today we have something even funnier. Ozzy Man Reviews has taken scenes from last month's "Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken" and incorporated a laugh track from Seinfeld, which just goes to show you how some clever editing and the right music can make anything funny, even a guy buried in sand getting a spear thrown through his head.

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Jerry Seinfeld Confirms Secret ‘Seinfeld’ Reunion Project

Jerry Seinfeld Confirms Secret ‘Seinfeld’ Reunion Project

Jerry Seinfeld has confirmed that a Seinfeld reunion is happening, though he will not yet reveal what the project is. After the comedian was spotted walking into Tom's Restaurant with his former co-star Jason Alexander on http://movieweb.com/jerry-seinfeld-and-jason-alexander-spotted-outside-toms-restaurant/January 16, many people thought they were either shooting an episode of Jerry's webseries Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee or they were shooting a Super Bowl ad. Neither of those things is true.

Though, Jerry Seinfeld does later tease that maybe it is one of those things. What we know so far, after the comedian talked with WFAN's Boomer & Carton show, is that Jason Alexander is in fact reprising his role as George Costanza, and other cast members will appear. Seinfeld creator Larry David is involved, but he will not be seen in front of the camera or heard. The project will last longer than 60 seconds, but its 'short-ish' in form. It is a onetime thing, and it will take place in other locations besides Monk's Diner, which is in reality Tom's Restaurant.

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New ‘Seinfeld’ Reunion Clip from ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’!

We've got another new clip from the upcoming Seinfeld reunion episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, entitled, The Reunion. Take a look!

In the episode, Jeff pitches the idea of doing a Seinfeld reunion to Larry, who refuses at first, until he realizes how he could make it pay off personally.

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Watch 3 ‘Seinfeld’ Reunion Promos from ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’!

Watch the "It's Not a Reunion, but It's The Closest You'll Ever Get" promo for the Seinfeld on the next episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, entitled, The Reunion.

In the episode, Jeff pitches the idea of doing a Seinfeld reunion to Larry, who refuses at first, until he realizes how he could make it pay off personally.

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  • First Aired
    1989