Jerry Seinfeld is coming full-circle…again.

The comic announced he’s doing a round of stand-up shows in New York City — the place he says he learned to be funny. Seinfeld hasn’t given The Big Apple full, live comedy performances since 1998 when he performed his Broadway show, “I’m Telling You for the Last Time.”

Each of the five boroughs is getting a show on Thursday nights in October and November.

We feel there are three types of Seinfeld fans: Those who think his stand-up and his show (Seinfeld) are funny; those who think his stand-up is funny, but the show stinks; and those who think the stand-up stinks and the show is legendary. Where do you stand?


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