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Comedy Icon Jerry Seinfeld Reveals His Thoughts Of The Seinfeld Gang In 2013

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09/20/2013 9:26 am
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Comedy Icon Jerry Seinfeld Reveals His Thoughts Of The Seinfeld Gang In 2013
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Adele Fredeluces

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It’s been 15 years since the award winning comedy series ended its run on NBC so you can’t help but wonder where its iconic characters ended up. In one of the most popular and controversial series finale, fans saw the four main characters, Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), Kramer (Michael Richards) and George (Jason Alexander) sentenced to jail. So what does Jerry Seinfeld have to say about the fictional version of him and the rest of his neurotic friends?  In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Seinfeld believes that they’re still dysfunctional, but with their own families. "They're gonna be somewhat dysfunctional, as we remember them," he noted. "I imagine there'll be some kids. Some divorces. Social situations, is what I'd imagine for the four of them.” When it comes to George, Seinfeld’s self-loathing and anti-social best friend, the Emmy icon believes that “George would probably have a wife and kids -- very normal, suburban. And he would be tortured.” Sounds just about right! Back in 2009 the cast appeared on Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm. During that season they focused on a fictional Seinfeld reunion and where there characters would be. There won’t be a real reunion any time soon so the fate of the Seinfeld foursome is up in the air. Where do you think the New York friends are? At least we know what the cast is up to now. Julia Louis-Dreyfus has had her fair share of sitcoms and currently stars on the HBO show Veep. Michael Richards retired from standup comedy in 2007, but appeared on Curb Your Enthusiasm and is rumored to appear alongside Kirstie Alley in Kirstie’s New Show later on this year. Jason Alexander has been doing a lot of voice work and directing. And of course, Jerry Seinfeld has his online show, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Don’t forget to catch Jerry Seinfeld on the Sept. 27 issue of The Hollywood Reporter.


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