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A Sitcom's Legacy
One of the more exceptional elements of the Seinfeld legacy is that the show has remained popular even six years after it officially ended. It has even developed an audience within a generation that was too young to see it the first time around. "That's the amazing thing," Jerry says. "We went to a movie—a children's movie—the other day, and there were young kids there—10 and 11 and 12. And they were coming up to me. They knew who I was. I go, 'How do you know who I am?'"
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FROM: Exclusive: The Cast of Seinfeld Reunites
Published on November 29, 2004

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