Although old cast members appear in various episodes (aside from Jerry Seinfeld of course), The Over-Cheer is the only episode to have some of them play their old characters. Jason Alexander reprised his role as George Costanza and Wayne Knight reprised his role as Newman. See more »
I WANT YOUR ORGANS, JERRY!
[Jerry leaves, feeling uncomfortable by the whole meeting]
That meeting went well.
I'M GONNA GET THEM!
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Seinfeld has always been classy and thoughtful and this show echoes the originality of his TV series "Seinfeld." It's a thinking-person's style of humor with great stories, unique personalities, and down-to-earth situations that make viewers feel like we are a part of these comedians' lives, at least for a moment. The combination of a car, a guest, and a coffee shop is a very Seinfeld-esque quirky that has that "wish I'd thought of it" feel to it. I've been able to introduce several family members and friends by hooking them from different angles. My car-loving brother-in-law likes the car selections, my sister likes the human behavior angle, and my friend just likes to see some favorite comedians. I enjoy all of the above, plus the artfully selected filming angles. The whole show is a pleasure. My wife and I have re-watched several of the episodes. Even the commercials seem to blend elegantly with both the theme of the show and the delivery style. Arriving in a world flooded with entertainment, CCC is a fresh and invigorating show. I hope Seinfeld continues to expand the series, as I want to meet more people and hear more conversation!
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