Stand-up comedians won’t reveal which episodes are in particular
Jerry Seinfeld doesn’t believe in regretful thinking or wishing you can change the past.
But given that, he’d still like to go back and revise some “Seinfeld” episodes. Seinfeld spoke to reporters promoting the Netflix debut of his comedy series on the streaming platform during a news conference on Wednesday.
“There are many of them that I’d love another crack, but I don’t really believe in changing philosophically or even thinking about the past,” Seinfeld acknowledged, but that particular Which episodes will not be disclosed by the form.
“It’s just my philosophy of life,” he said. “It’s just as it happened and we’re gonna go out of here and that’s the best way to live. I think regret is a philosophical position I disagree with. These kind of assumptions you could change the past. But if You forced me or you gave me a time machine, yes, there are some things where I will fix certain things.”
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Seinfeld was firm on his stance about never watching the iconic sitcom, despite its popularity. “I don’t watch the show,” he said. “How many times have you pulled out your high school yearbook?”
The 67-year-old stand-up comedian explained how comedy can often be a difficult medium to work with.
“It’s hard to be funny,” Seinfeld told reporters. “Everyone thinks they’re funny or want to be funny, but even people who are great at being funny aren’t funny because it’s just a tricky, subtle thing that evokes a reaction to laughter.” does [from an audience]”
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“It’s just hard [to get right] But it’s worth it,” he said. “Whenever you watch a comedian, what you’re seeing is stuff that every audience loves. And so it’s still on the show because most things don’t work out.”
Seinfeld and his friend Larry David created “Seinfeld” 30 years ago. It debuted on NBC on July 5, 1989, and fans can now stream all 180 episodes of the beloved series on October 1.
“Show About Nothing,” “Seinfeld” follows four friends living in Manhattan. The sitcom was nominated for 68 Emmys, won 10, and is widely regarded as one of the best comedies to date.
“I remember I was in a cab once and the cab driver said to me, ‘Why did you stop doing that show? It was very successful.’ And I and I told him, well, I was at the time we did it for nine years and realized I might just go off air and the show might be a legend. I’d be a legend of the sitcom world Or I could have made some more money. I could have taken a risk to make some more money. I said, what would you do? He said, ‘I will go for legend.’ I said, yeah, that’s what I thought. So we went for a legend,” Seinfeld said of the rumors of the cast getting back together for a reboot or reunion episode.