Five months after Larry David first told David Letterman how much he was dreading his Broadway debut, he returned to late night on Monday, this time with Jason Alexander by his side on the Tonight Show.
Starting tonight, Alexander will replace David in his box office record-breaking Fish in the Dark, which makes way too much sense given the fact that Seinfeld’s George Constanza was essentially Larry David with a funnier name.
It was a rare treat to see these two men together on television and they did not wait long before taking Jimmy Fallon to task for failing to attend to show while David was still starring in it.
Watch video below, in two parts, via NBC:
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