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Say It Ain't So, Jerry!

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by VegasGroove, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. VegasGroove

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    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jerry-seinfeld-reunion-its-possible_us_5a832ddae4b02b66c5129a2b

    Okay, here is the thing: Seinfeld is my MOST revered show of all time. For 9 seasons, the show ruled.


    My message to Mr. Seinfeld:

    Jerry, please, do not bring Seinfeld back. You came in on top, you stayed on top and you went out on top. You still rake it in in syndication and this is how your fans want to remember you, Elaine, George and Kramer.

    Please-please-please do NOT do a Kevin James or those folks on Will & Grace and try for the comeback. You are forever etched in our minds as funny, younger, eccentric, mean, neurotic, hilarious - and it all came naturally.

    I beg of you, please do not. If you need any reference - have you seen bloated, over-acting, stilted characters on the above-mentioned shows?

    Lastly, I hope he's kidding.
     
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    As I recall the show didn't come in on top, think it took a couple seasons to get some ratings, but my info might be wrong.
     
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    He's probably kidding. I really like his web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" and it just doesn't
    come across that he's interested in going back to a former place to recapture that time.
    I see him as a "moving on" kind of guy.
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus has her own health concerns right now, so other than some little 5 minute get-together
    stunt somewhere, I don't think it would happen.
     
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    Only reason I would enjoy it was because they had one of the worst series finales I've ever seen. I would really like it if they did something to make up for that lol.
     
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    Agree with jgates they should make up for the worst series finale I've ever seen, what a disaster that was, maybe two laughs...
     
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    Jerry would have to call in some amazing favors to get network approval for Michael Richards.
     
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    You are assuming Richards would even want to do it.
     
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    with all the constant garbage being put out on TV these days I would definitely welcome a Seinfeld revival, but only if all 4 of the main cast signed on