During the second season of ‘Seinfeld’ – on Wednesday, December 12, 1990, to be more exact – the cast sat down to read through the script for what would be the fourth episode of the season and only the ninth episode of a series that would go on to produce a total of 180 episodes. The episode was titled ‘The Bet.’ Sets for the episode had been built. Guest characters had been cast. ‘The Bet’ would never air.
The answer will surprise you. You would think it's a big movie star. Tom Cruise or Kevin Costner, or even Seth Rogen. Nope. Maybe a powerful female actress. Scarlet Jo or J-Lo or even Jennifer Lawrence. How about Seth McFarlane or a voice talent like Harry Shearer. Not close.
This whole week Neil Patrick Harris is sitting in for Regis on Live with Kelly Lee--oh wait. Reege is off starting a family variety show (good luck with THAT!) Last week, Reege's first out of the chair since October, Jerry Seinfeld was Kel's co-host. And it was bad. I mean BAD!
"What's the deal with airline food?" That's a classic Jerry Seinfeld quote, although I don't think he ever really said it. Kinda like how Bogey never said "Play it again, Sam"...he really said "Sam, could you play that again". It's been so famously incorrectly attributed to Bogart, it will always be associated with him.
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