A new video compiling various clips from the fictional "Seinfeld" reunion, which took place during season 7 of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" into a mini reunion episode, has appeared. The creator of the video is Topher Grace, former star of another hit sitcom, "That 70's Show."
"Seinfeld" is arguably the most durable and popular sitcom of modern times. It has been named one of the best TV series of all time by TV Guide, Entertainment Weekly and the Writers Guild Of America. The show anchored the NBC must-see TV lineup for nine seasons bringing blockbuster ratings, critical acclaim, and numerous Emmys, and still remains hugely popular in syndication where millions of viewers continue to watch the exploits of Jerry, George, Elaine, Kramer and the rest of the gang.
Larry David co-created the show with Jerry Seinfeld, and after the decision to end the show after its ninth season, went on to develop his own Seinfeld-esque vehicle for HBO, the popular hit "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Fans of "Seinfeld" were in for a treat when season 7 of "Curb" revolved around a "Seinfeld" reunion in which all the former stars appeared. Various scenes aired depicting the fictional reunion, along with table reads and rehearsals for the show.
Although the actual reunion show was only a plot device for "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and never actually aired, a new video compiling the various scenes has been created by none other than Topher Grace, the actor who was one of the stars of another long running hit ensemble sitcom, "That 70's Show."
"I edited all the Seinfeld scenes from Curb season 7 into one episode," explains Grace. "It's more like a radio play, but if you sew together all the dialogue from audition scenes, read-throughs and rehearsals together ... a 9 minute hint at what the plot of a reunion might have been."
Grace does a commendable job editing the various clips into a relatively seamless mini-show. You can check out his video, clearly a labor of love, in its entirety, below.
I edited all the Seinfeld scenes from Curb season 7 into one episode. It’s more like a radio play, but if you sew together all the dialogue from audition scenes, read-throughs and rehearsals together… a 9 minute hint at what the plot of a reunion might have been.
Posted by Topher Grace on Tuesday, February 23, 2016