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Larry David's on screen guest appearences on Seinfeld. This clip comes with the extra features of the Seinfeld Season 7 DVD.

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Reunion Special

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In the episode that started it all, we see Jerry and George seated at "Pete's Luncheonette," debating the placement of a shirt button. The waitress, Claire, pours each of them a cup of coffee. George frets about whether Claire is giving him regular or decaf, saying he does not want caffeine in his coffee. Claire later, to annoy him, implies that she gave him regular. Jerry then tells George about a woman he met in Michigan, named Laura, who is coming to New York. Jerry wonders if she has romantic intentions. The two continue to talk about her after they leave the luncheonette and go to the laundry.

The next evening, Jerry tells his neighbor, Kramer (or "Kessler", as he's known as at the time) that he thinks he misunderstood the situation with Laura. Jerry then receives a telephone call from Laura, who asks if she can stay overnight at his apartment. Jerry invites her, but is still unsure whether or not her visit is intended to be romantic. George and Jerry continue to debate the issue, with Jerry determined to find the true nature of her visit.

At the airport, George and Jerry continue to try to identify the possible signals Laura might give upon her arrival, with George explaining the meaning of various greetings. However, when Laura arrives, her greeting is ambiguous. Jerry and Laura arrive at the apartment. Laura then removes some excess clothing to get comfortable, asks for wine, turns down the light and asks if she can stay over a second night. As Jerry begins to grow confident, the phone rings for Laura. When Laura gets off the phone she tells Jerry: "Never get engaged." Jerry then realizes that he has no chance with Laura, but has already committed himself—and his one-bedroom apartment—to an entire weekend with her.

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April 18, 1991

George quits his job in a huff after he is demoted to using the regular bathroom. Newman tells Kramer that he plans to jump off the building. Jerry suggests that George just go back into work next Monday morning and pretend like nothing happened; however, that doesn't work. Newman jumps, from the second floor. George plots revenge, and with Elaine's help, tries to slip his boss "a Mickey." Jerry suspects that his launderer is a larcenist after he discovers that $1500 he had stashed in his laundry bag is missing. Kramer helps Jerry get revenge by bringing a bag of concrete in to put into one of the wash machines.

Notably different from the originally aired version because although Newman was originally intended to appear in the episode, he was ultimately cut from it (with the exception of some brief dialogue with Kramer at the end of the episode). When the character became a recurring character in later seasons, his lines were re-recorded for the syndicated version of this episode to improve continuity. (Seinfeld Seasons 1 & 2: Notes about Nothing - "The Revenge" (DVD). Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. November 3, 2004.)

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November 23, 2004

This documentary about Michael Richards is featured on the Seinfeld (1989) Volume 2(Season 3) DVD boxed set, released in 2004

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November 23, 2004

Making-of Documentary on how Seinfeld came to be.

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The Seinfeld Story

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November 25, 2004

While doing his stand up act, Jerry takes questions from the crowd. One of the questions is "where did the series come from?" An often asked question, Jerry responds by showing a videotape he's prepared. The video includes his first appearance on "The Tonight Show" (6 May 1981), interviews with his managers, his co-creator Larry David, executives from NBC and Castle Rock, his fellow cast mates, and other people involved with the production during the early years (the pilot through season. All of this is interspersed with numerous clips from the show. At the end when asked if they are going to do a reunion show, Jerry answers "Ah yes, you've just saw it, I hope you enjoyed it." This is followed by several bloopers.

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May 17, 2005

An in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at the Emmy-winning season in which Seinfeld leapt from cult favorite to ratings sensation and officially became "A Show about Nothing."

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November 22, 2005

Jerry Seinfeld stars in this television comedy series as himself, a comedian. The premise of this sitcom is Jerry and his friends going through everyday life, discussing various quirky situations that we can all relate to (especially if we live in New York). The eccentric personalities of the offbeat characters who make up Jerry's social circle contribute to the fun.

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When Seinfeld Needed A Girl, Julia Louis-Dreyfus Fit The Bill, Bringing Luster & Laughter To The Show

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November 14, 2006

Larry David speaks about the show. Reflections On Larry David's Final Season

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February 14, 2010

Think you know everything there is to know about 'Seinfeld'? Ok, maybe you do, but for the rest of us, TV Guide Channel put together a special called '25 Things You Didn't Know About ... Seinfeld.'

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