Topher Grace Edited All The ‘Seinfeld’ Scenes From Season 7 Of ‘Curb’ Into One Great Clip

Stars, they’re just like us! Apparently, or so it seems, Topher Grace got a little bit bored online this week and decided to edit together every Seinfeld scene from season seven of Curb Your Enthusiasm into one video. The That 70’s Show star posted the finished product on his Facebook page this morning and as a whole, it’s not too shabby. Fans of the actor seemed to enjoy his detour from being Leo DiCaprio’s best friend to pure geekery over one of the best comedy series of all time (or two of the best, depending on how you look at it).

By splicing all of the audition clips, appearances by the cast, and references from the entire season season 7 (which ended with a sort of reunion of the Seinfeld original cast), Topher has created a new perspective for fans. Instead of consuming an entire season to get their Seinfeld reunion fix — which, really, why wouldn’t you enjoy watching more Curb? — now you’ll only have to sit down for five minutes to take it all in. Grace himself described the project as “more of a radio play” but the idea behind it is the same. This isn’t the first time Grace has compiled something like this either.

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