Jerry Seinfeld confirmed today that he, Jason Alexander, and other members of the Seinfeld cast have worked on a "short-ish" project that will be seen "very, very soon," reports BuzzFeed. Seinfeld wouldn't divulge much, however, during his appearance on the Boomer & Carton radio show on WFAN this morning. He said it was neither a commercial nor an episode of his “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" series, before jokily adding that it's "not not those things, either." Whatever it is, he said it's probably "one and done," reports People.
Seinfeld also confirmed that co-creator Larry David is involved, though he didn't say which of the other Seinfeld characters besides George Costanza were on board. The hosts grilled him (see and hear the questions and responses at CBS New York) because Seinfeld and Alexander were spotted filming at Tom's Restaurant, the hangout from the show. So what on earth? MTV speculates that it might be related to the Super Bowl in some way, given that the game is being played in New Jersey. That would at least explain the "very, very soon" part. (Read more Jerry Seinfeld stories.)