Jerry Seinfeld and Elaine Reunite for 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'

Jerry and Elaine are back together and spill "Seinfeld" secrets.

— -- It's the reunion every "Seinfeld" fan has been waiting for: Jerry and Elaine back together at last. We only wish it were forever.

Seinfeld, 61, opens the show with a big hug as he picks up Louis-Dreyfus and says, "Remember this?"

The famed duo run into a random woman when trying to park and Seinfeld says, "I'm so sorry, we are doing the 'Seinfeld' reunion and you are not in it."

"Because you are so charming, you got away with insulting her," Louis-Dreyfus, 54, adds.

Then the two reminisce about the show "about nothing," which aired from 1989 to 1998, and actually spill some secrets from the set, including that Seinfeld would yell 'Line" when he forget something, "Like it's the other person's fault that I forgot my line," he said.

They also touch on the originality of "Seinfeld," how it felt "like a conversation," according to Louis-Dreyfus and how "nothing had been written like this."

"I'm so happy to see you," they tell each other at the coffee shop, followed by finishing each other's sentences.

True to form, the two decide the coffee is not hot enough and send it back to get reheated. All the two do is laugh at each other, then they decide to grab lunch together. It's excellent.

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