Jerry Reveals Favourite 'Seinfeld' Scene With Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Jerry Seinfeld has opened up about his favourite scene with former co-star Julia Louis-Dreyfus on the iconic sitcom, 'Seinfeld'.

During a red carpet interview with ET, the comedian said it was "the Festivus scene" that stuck out as one of the most hilarious moments to film.

The episode features the cast sitting around the Costanza dinner table for the bizarre made-up holiday, Festivus.

"Yeah, that big table and we were all exhausted and it was Yom Kippur and I was fasting and we were just, we were a wreck, you know, and we're trying to do this scene, we were just laughing," Seinfeld said.

"Her makeup was running," he said of Louis-Dreyfus' character Elaine Benes' dripping mascara in the scene.

"I just remember we could be a total mess -- we were a total mess a lot of the times," Seinfeld continued.

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"The parking garage, a total mess up until, like, five in the morning shooting," he said, referring to another memorable episode of the show.

Seinfeld and Louis-Dreyfus have previously spoken about their fondness for the Festivus scene during an episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. 

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They discussed the 'sleazy bookie' character in the 1997 scene played by Tracy Letts -- who Louis-Dreyfus pointed out won a Pulitzer prize for writing August Osage County. 

Seinfeld went on to praise his friend and co-star for making the sitcom as popular as it was.

"I always felt like she was the diamond, she was the sparkle of the show that really made it the right chemistry -- the right formula," he told ET.

"You know, I really don't think the show would have been successful without her."

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