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Jerry Seinfeld Gets Dose of Reality

Jerry must either be bored or the network misses his golden touch.  Whatever the true reason, the media buzz has confirmed that Jerry Seinfeld is definitely returning to his old NBC stomping grounds.

Jer, as his old buddies on Seinfeld called him, will be producing a reality series called "The Marriage Ref" about unhappy couples who want to work out their problems and get back on track to live happily ever after...or something like that. 

Since it's a reality show you know what that means.  Yep, the show will be staffed full of "opinionated celebrities, comedians and sports stars who will candidly comment, judge and offer different strategies for real-life couples in the midst of a classic marital dispute."

The king of comedy has announced that his new reality show will be a comedy show and not a show about therapy.

Which of course generates even more questions.  Does the world really need another reality TV show with reality judges and advisors ala America's Next Top Model or Dancing With The Stars (DWTS)?  Jerry was great in his Bee Movie, why not do more movies like that.  Or how about The Seinfeld Show Part II.  I don't know about you but I would love to see how Jerry, Elaine, Kramer and the rest of the gang are doing years later.

Hey, if there isn't going to be a Seinfeld Part II series, how about a movie like SATC?  Come on Jer....I want to know what happened to The Soup Nazi.

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