Jerry Seinfeld photo by David Hume Kennerly
Jerry: "The show grew out of a friendship between me and Seinfeld co-creator Larry David (center).  Our conversations were always funny explorations of the smallest, most arcane subjects, matters of such small importance they came to govern all of life.  But that sensibility also defined how we made the show.  The four of us did things in rehearsal that were so tiny you couldn't see them on camera. I always felt like the show should be shot from a helmet camera because what I saw was even more amazing than what was on screen."
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