Starting today at Milk Studios on West 14th, you can get nostalgic for Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer in a whole new way.
Per the New York Post, Hulu has set up a replica of Jerry’s apartment to celebrate the acquisition and launch of the series. Magnetic Collaborative put the installation together in six weeks:
“When they threw the final party after the finale [in 1998], everyone who was invited got a little disposable camera. The first thing I did was go and get a picture of myself standing by his front door,” Larry Thomas, who played the famous Soup Nazi, told The Post at a preview of the exhibit. “That kind of explains what that means to everybody that it was my first instinct, the first picture I wanted to take. So much classic comedy was created in that space. I think everybody just reveres those walls.”
It’s free, open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily and includes all kinds of other goodies such as a canvas brick wall signed at show’s end by cast, crew. But hurry – Seinfeld The Apartment is open for nostalgia only through June 28.
And to further whet your appetite for all things Jerry, check out the portion of last night’s Tonight Show Wheel of Impressions where Jimmy got [Jerry Seinfeld] + [Uber].