Seinfeld reunion clip and preview
The Seinfeld reunion is worth the wait. Technically, the program is Seinfeld co-creator's HBO hit Curb Your Enthusiasm airing tonight, October 4. SheKnows has your preview of the pop culture earthquake moment, the fab four of Seinfeld gathering for more marvelous television mockery.
Curb Your Enthusiasm is three weeks into its seventh season of Larry David manic mayhem that has been pure joy. Well, maybe joy is too strong of a word that describes the feeling of witnessing the most comically awkward of situations -- even if they produce fall-out-of-your-chair moments of hilarity.
After seven seasons, Larry David and his cast of characters are still providing viewers exactly that.
Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards come together for the first time since they exited the television landscape they changed on a "scripted" television episode.
Guest stars on Larry David's ten-episode season include the plot-centering Vivica A Fox, the Curb Your Enthusiasm ever-present Richard Lewis as well as Rosie O'Donnell, Mary Steenburgen and Ted Danson.
Seinfeld 'Curb' reunion preview
As evidenced by this Curb Your Enthusiasm Seinfeld reunion preview clip provided by HBO, Jerry Seinfeld and his clan have not missed a step in their ability to effortlessly comically interact.
Hines hints at a comeback
Also of note: Cheryl Hines is fantastic this season as the hole in Larry's life that has walked out. The flirtation of David and Hines in the first few episodes is so welcomed as the couple, for us at SheKnows, was at the heart of what made Curb Your Enthusiasm "must-see-TV."
Good news, irregardless of Seinfeld reunion, David's Curb Your Enthusiasm through three episodes has announced to the world its comic brilliance is far from over.
But, back to the Seinfeld reunion, Hines is at the heart of the groups' potential gathering storyline. Jerry's involvement becomes truly excitable over the idea of casting a certain America's Sweetheart actress that puts David's plans for Hines portraying Seinfeld's ex-wife completely awry.