Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jason Alexander had a sweet mini-reunion that warmed the hearts of their millions of fans.
Over the last few weeks, Julia Louis-Dreyfus's followers have been entertained by her virtual reunion segments.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jason Alexander attend her induction into the Hollywood Walk of Fame on May 4, 2010. | Photo: Getty Images
Those experiences, however, were nothing compared to the joy they felt when the actress held a virtual reunion with her "Seinfeld" co-star, Jason Alexander.
If viewers ["Seinfeld"] paid close attention, they could catch the subtle changes made in the theme song, which was executed by the composer, Jonathan Wolff.
According to People, the duo appeared to have a great time as they watched "The Chinese Restaurant" from season 2 and "The Contest" from season 4 to refresh their memories just before they had the reunion. As they talked about the show, Jason recounted that:
"It was really like doing an unrehearsed play. You had a couple of moments that made me laugh out loud."
In addition to trading memories of the "tiny" sets and working with Larry David, the duo also remembered how working together for nearly ten years alongside Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Richards, Estelle Harris, and Lawrence Tierney felt.
When Julia was asked how being the only female in the cast made her feel, the 59-year-old actress stated that even though it was a "little strange" for her, she liked it. In fact, since they were a small group, it had a "specialness" to it.
Despite the unique feel it had to it, Julia made no hesitation in admitting that she sometimes felt lonely.
Amid the memorable time that Julia and Jason had, ET Canada pointed out that their mini "Seinfeld reunion" was a partnership with Direct Relief which they used to help raise money for frontline COVID-19 workers.
As regards the sweet memory that "Seinfeld" brings its viewers, Insider noted that there was a different theme song for each episode
According to the site, if viewers paid close attention, they could catch the subtle changes made in the theme song, which was executed by the composer, Jonathan Wolff.
Additionally, the infamous puffy shirt which made an appearance on episode two of season five of the show has since found itself a new home at the Smithsonian as an artifact.