The Q&A on the set of "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" was for the web only
Did you know that Jerome Bettis and Jerry Seinfeld are related? Us, either, but the "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" studio audience — and now the web crowd — learned quite a bit about the man behind TV's best-ever sitcom.
Fallon and Seinfeld did a five-minute not-for-air Q&A Monday night with the audience. Some of the questions asked include, "Have your kids seen ['Seinfeld' episode] 'The Contest' yet?", "Are your kids athletes?" and the hard-hitting, "Do you remember going to Queens College?"
The answers: No, but they watch the show for some reason that Seinfeld doesn't understand. "No, they're kids." And: "I do. Is that it?"
Also in the brief interactive moment: the comedian labeling Bill Cosby as his favorite comedian and "The Pothole" as his favorite "Seinfeld" episode. He also shares his favorite Rodney Dangerfield joke before he has to take off.
Oh, and there will be no "Seinfeld" reunion — sorry, everyone. Why? They're just old people now.
Here's the clip.