Rehearsals for the Seinfeld reunion show get complicated when Larry's text message exchange with a 9 year old Seinfeld fan lands him in trouble with the local authorities. Meanwhile, Leon tries to fool Michael Richards.

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Rehearsals for the Seinfeld reunion show get complicated when Larry's text message exchange with a 9 year old Seinfeld fan lands him in trouble with the local authorities. Meanwhile, Leon tries to fool Michael Richards.

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15 November 2009 (USA)  »

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Michael Richards: So Duberstein, that's a Jewish name right?
Leon: Yes it is! I was adopted by some lovely Jews.
Michael Richards: And you were Bar Mitzvahed?
Leon: Oh yeah, three times! The last time was a few months ago in Atlantic City.
Michael Richards: But I thought you only got Bar Mitzvahed once, you know, when you're 13 years old.
Leon: No, No, No-No, You misunderstood, it's once every thirteen years. You gotta recharge the Mitzva! So the Mitzvas are kinda full. Capacity! At full mitzva capacity!
Michael Richards: So, tell me about the groats?
Leon: Well... Everything I ate tasted...
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Even better than the real thing
16 November 2009 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Everybody and their grandma wanted to see a Seinfeld reunion episode ever since the show ended. Now with Larry Davids brilliant improv show we finally get a chance to see the beloved characters George, Kramer, Elaine and of course Jerry return to the small screen. During the rehearsals and the table read we get some brilliant jokes. You really get the feeling that David and Seinfeld got together and wrote an actual 'reunion episode'. But the laughs don't stop here. The Michael Richards story line for example perfectly makes fun of him and the whole mess of trouble he got himself into with screaming racial slurs during his stand-up act a couple of years ago. I haven't laughed this hard since... well I can't remember when. Best... episode... ever.


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