Even anti-dentites could appreciate the mini "Seinfeld" reunion that happened at the 2014 Emmys.
For a moment, Bryan Cranston and Julia Louis-Dreyfus seemed to reprise their old "Seinfeld" roles of Tim Whatley and Elaine Benes as they shared a kiss that stole the whole night. The two also got together recently for an Emmys sketch that had Cranston opening up a pawn shop with Aaron Paul, but there are many other reunions from the show about nothing that really are something.
Here are 8 "Seinfeld" reunions you forgot about.
1. Jerry reunites with the Soup Nazi
Jerry Seinfeld tries to trade the Soup Nazi for an Acura in this Superbowl XLVI spot.
2. Kramer tries to get George fired
Jason Alexander and Michael Richards got together on Kirstie Alley's TV Land series.
3. Jerry and George return to Monk's
Alexander and Seinfeld shared a moment at Monk's for this Super Bowl XLVIII spot.
4. The first "Seinfeld" reunion
Oprah brought the cast together for the first time since the series ended.
5. Jerry and Kramer get sentimental over coffee
Seinfeld brings Richards in for his series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."
6. Frank Costanza visits where Festivus began
Though not a typical reunion, Jerry Stiller revisits the Costanza house in Astoria.
7. Jerry and Elaine sing a duet
David Letterman brought Seinfeld and Louis-Dreyfus together for a memorable duet.
8. The "Seinfeld" Reunion Episode
The cast reprised their roles for a mini reunion episode on "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
Bonus: Tim Whatley supercut
In honor of Cranston's epic kiss, check out Tim Whatley's best moments.
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