Even though Seinfeld fans got a taste of the group back together in 2009 on Curb Your Enthusiasm, Jerry Seinfeld is imagining what a reunion might look like and where the gang would be today.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the comedian describes the modern day characters as "somewhat dysfunctional."
"I imagine there will be some kids, some divorces," Seinfeld joked. "Social situations, is what I'd imagine for the four of them."
Neurotic and awkward, perhaps?
While Seinfeld didn't elaborate about where Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) or Kramer (Michael Richards) would be today, he did have some thoughts about George (Jason Alexander).
"George will probably have a wife and kids, very normal and suburban and he would be tortured."
The NBC sitcom aired from 1989-1998. Seinfeld, Louis-Dreyfus, Richards and Alexander did reunite (kind of) during Seinfeld co-creator Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm in 2009.
In more recent news, Seinfeld has launched a web show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which pretty much describes everything about the charming chat show, and Louis-Dreyfus is up for an Emmy (again!) for her work in Veep. As well, she's been out promoting Enough Said, the film she made with the late James Gandolfini.