Seinfeld has been called the show which is about nothing in particular. The lightest form of humor that seems to play with linguistic situations was depicted in this sitcom. Nevertheless, it attracted a whole bunch of aficionados who couldn’t do without their daily fix of the hilarious TV program. It was a laugh riot indeed. But nothing lasts forever. Now the show may just make a comeback of sorts.
A Super Bowl advert termed “Comedians in Cars getting Coffee” proved to be a teaser for a Seinfeld revival. It presents George (Jason Alexander) and Jerry Seinfeld himself on the way to Tom’s Restaurant. The ad was aired at the exact moment when the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks were facing each other in heated battle.
The two classy comedians get all riled up about not being allowed to attend the Wasserstein’s party. But in fact one of them (Jerry) is invited to the function. Meanwhile, George was not invited because he had slovenly manners.
Seinfeld however decides he too will not go there simply because another character appears out of the blue. Jerry Seinfeld later on expressed his feelings about how Fox TV had approached him and together they had decided a reunion was in the works. It was just like the golden days when Seinfeld ruled the roost in comedy shows.
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