Seinfeld continued with this little tease about whatever this project might be, saying, “Just what you are thinking about, Larry and I have also been thinking about. So you’ll see. You’ll see.”
That sounds like Seinfeld and Larry David have been ruminating on something that perhaps better wraps up “Seinfeld” as a series. What we don’t know is if it’s some kind of series revival, a reunion special, a reboot, or something smaller. It only makes sense to bring “Seinfeld” back since NBC was willing to hand out a lot of money to keep the show going back in the late ’90s. We just really hope it’s not something disappointing like a Super Bowl commercial, which Seinfeld and Jason Alexander actually did together back in 2014.
The last time the “Seinfeld” cast reunited, it was for a season 7 episode of Larry David’s HBO series “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” The reunion actually spanned multiple episodes, and it followed David as he reassembled the cast to create a new series finale. In the hypothetical episode, Elaine had a daughter, it turned out Jerry was her sperm donor, and George married a woman who made millions after creating a toilet-finding app for the iPhone and lost it in a Ponzi scheme. But none of that ever actually happened for real on the “Seinfeld” series, so there’s still “something” that can be done to properly wrap up the series.
Seinfeld made it sound like this was something that was happening in the near future, so maybe we’ll get some official news on this front very soon. If Jerry was willing to mention it at this stand-up show, where he surely knew people would talk about it, then it must be close to becoming a reality. Stay tuned.