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'Seinfeld' reunion: Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander spotted at Tom's diner

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"Seinfeld" had a huge following in the 1990s when it was on-air. The characters are a huge part of the pop culture from the era. Phrases like "Dance like Elaine" and "No soup for you" have been used over the last two decades and the references are well-known. According to a Jan. 13 report from the New York Daily News, Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander were photographed going into Tom's Restaurant, which is where "Seinfeld" did a lot of taping. Cameras were also confirmed as being inside the establishment.

Rumors are circulating about a possible "Seinfeld" reunion. All of the signs are there but other fans are leaning towards Jerry Seinfeld's new project, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." It is a web series and has been fairly popular with followers. Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander made several people laugh together on the show and an announcement of a reunion would be thrilling for fans. The series finale was less than spectacular, and some fans believe they are owed a little more closure.

Right now there are no confirmed intentions for a "Seinfeld" reunion. While it is entirely possible, it may not be what everyone is thinking. It would be nice to see the crew back together one last time, especially with the way the show impacted pop culture.

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