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'Seinfeld reunion': The rumors are true

"Seinfeld" reunion is in the works. Jerry Seinfeld confirmed the rumors himself on radio show, WFAN's Boomer & Carton. According to Business Insider on Jan. 31, Larry David is involved as well.

After the comedian was spotted walking into Tom's Restaurant with his former co-star Jason Alexander on January 16 many people thought they were either shooting an episode of Jerry's webseries "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" or they were shooting a Super Bowl ad.

A "Seinfeld" reunion is a fan's dream come true. Jason Alexander will even be reprising his role as George Costanza. Larry David's involvement will be off-camera.

We also now know that it will be a short, but longer than 60 seconds. Seinfeld says that it will be a one off, not a series or recurring episodes like his webseries. It will also take place in some of the show's most popular haunts as well. Tom's known in the show as Monk's Diner is a sure thing.

The "Seinfeld" reunion is coming soon, but no word on Elaine or Kramer being invited yet. It has been 16 years since we left our beloved characters. Hard to believe that a "show about nothing" lasted 9 seasons from 1989 to 1998.

What do you think about the "Seinfeld" reunion story? Please drop in your comments below.

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