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Jerry Seinfeld Reunion is Still a Mystery

Jan 31 2014, 2:25pm CST | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Jerry Seinfeld Reunion is Still a Mystery
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Jerry Seinfeld is working with Larry David on a Seinfeld reunion. The details are still a secret and there are still no more details available.

Seinfeld fans will get a another dose of Seinfeld "very, very soon." We reported yesterday that a Seinfeld Reunion is in the works. Today the Jerry Seinfeld Reunion is still generating a lot of buzz, but there are no new details available. Jerry Seinfeld keeps the Seinfeld reunion a secret. Jerry Seinfeld confirmed that he works with Larry David on a Seinfeld Reunion. Seinfeld did not reveal much about the new Seinfeld project. It is not a Super Bowl ad and it is longer than 60 seconds. It is though a short-ish form. Seinfeld keeps it cryptic. A Seinfeld reunion would even be too big to handle for a Super Bowl Ad. We will be already seeing a Full House reunion in the Oikes Ad.

Whatever Seinfeld has been cooking up, it will not air on Super Bowl Sunday. The Seinfeld show was huge and is known world-wide. Whatever Jerry Seinfeld will be putting out it will get gobbled up by Seinfeld fans. Actually Seinfeld had a great Super Bowl ad for Acura two years ago. Watch some of the famous Yada-Yada-Yada Seinfeld scenes below.

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