Oh, look—it's Jerry Seinfeld and George Costanza heading in for a bite at Monk's Diner on the Upper West Side!
Only, that's Jerry and his Seinfeld costar Jason Alexander paying a visit to Tom's Restaurant in New York City, and it just so happens to be 2014—16 years after Seinfeld's 1998 finale! Could this be the "big, huge, gigantic" project Jerry's working on with Larry David? Let's backtrack a second.
OK, so a lucky New Yorker by the name of Ali Phil was in the right place at the right time on Monday, Jan. 13, when she came upon "George and Jerry casually walking into their corner coffee shop." Naturally, she tweeted a picture of this moment and it quickly snowballed into its own social media phenomenon!
The tipster confirmed to the Huffington Post that there was, in fact, a camera crew inside the diner. The optimists among us are hopeful the Seinfeld costars are meeting to discuss Jerry and Larry's "script for this thing that you will eventually see."
The more jaded New Yorkers among us, however, are looking at the possibility that George is a guest on Jerry's web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." Still exciting, yada, yada, yada, but not quite as thrilling as an actual Seinfeld reunion.
The gang did reconvene in 2009 on Curb Your Enthusiasm, and in 2013, Jerry even mused about what a Seinfeld reunion would look like today. "I imagine there will be some kids, some divorces," he joked to the Hollywood Reporter. "Social situations, is what I'd imagine for the four of them."
"George will probably have a wife and kids," he added, "very normal and suburban and he would be tortured."
And what about Kramer (Michael Richards) and Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus)? Heck, even Newman (Wayne Knight)!? The people need to know, Mr. Seinfeld!