Taping the Seinfeld reunion proves to be difficult after Larry's fight with a local coffee vendor alienates Jason Alexander and costs him quality time with Cheryl.

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Larry David
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Jeff Greene
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Cheryl David
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus
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Jason Alexander
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Michael Richards
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Susie Greene
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Virginia
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Set P.A. (as Eric Andre)
Norman Brenner ...
Coffee Customer
Randy Carter ...
1st A.D.
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Mocha Joe
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Director (as Floyd Vanbuskirk)
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Taping the Seinfeld reunion proves to be difficult after Larry's fight with a local coffee vendor alienates Jason Alexander and costs him quality time with Cheryl.

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22 November 2009 (USA)  »

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus claims she has two daughters. In reality, the actress has two sons, Henry and Charles, with her husband Brad Hall. See more »

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When Larry and Jerry are arguing about Jerry's apparent wood discrimination, a roster behind Larry has the letters 'THRUS' written where it should read 'THURS'. See more »

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References He & She (1967) See more »

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Kiosque a Musique
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Music by Gilbert Einaudi and Jacques Mercier
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A fitting conclusion
2 December 2009 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

How do you put together a reunion show without doing a reunion show? Before this episode no one knew.

Larry David pulls it off by continuing his misadventures on the filming of the reunion show, which he has done to try and get together with Sheryl.

In this episode the funniest parts come from honest self-observation, like when Larry states he is George and that he could play George, but Larry knew what people were expecting and he gave us a few scenes of the old Seinfeld, completely on it's own. It doesn't last long, it is disjointed, but for that little while it feels like Seinfeld is back on and you're laughing along with your favorite show again. And when it ends its not bitter, because all it did was remind you that you can always go back and watch the show again and it will always be great.


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