Jewish Journal

Questions about the ‘Seinfeld’ reunion

by Brad A. Greenberg

August 30, 2009 | 3:48 pm

You’ve heard a “Seinfeld” reunion was coming to “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” And now a few more details emerge in this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly, which reunites the Big Four cast members on the cover with co-creator Larry David and doesn’t give Michael Richards the Dustin Diamond treatment. The scoop from EW:

When David approached Seinfeld about a reunion plot on Curb in spring 2008, the comedian wasn’t terribly worried about mucking around with the legacy of his beloved nine-season show. “The idea of working with Larry was just too overwhelmingly appealing to me, and [Curb] is such a great show,” he says.  “There was a little part of me that said, ‘Do we really want to tamper?’…But to hell with it.  How much damage can you really do?”

Over at Primetime Jew, Jay Firestone lists the top five “Seinfeld” reunion questions:

1) What’s the deal with prison?
2) How many prison job’s did George manage to get fired from?
3) Did Bob Sacamano ever visit?
4) Did Puddy wait?
5) Did Newman’s reign over humanity officially commence at the start of Jerry’s most unfortunate demise?

Larry Jew is after the jump:

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