If you, like millions of other fans, have been hoping for a 'Seinfeld' reunion, don't get excited. The subject of a reunion is not in the works,but 'Hollywood Reporter' did ask Jerry Seinfeld how he envisions a reunion show.

Here's what he had to say:

 

In a new interview with the "Hollywood Reporter", JERRY SEINFELD talked about what a hypothetical "Seinfeld"reunion would be like . . . assuming all the characters had aged since the show ended in 1998.

He didn't go into many specifics . . . he just said, quote, "They're gonna be somewhat dysfunctional, as we remember them.  I imagine there'll be some kids.  Some divorces.  Social situations . . . [that's] what I'd imagine for the four of them."

That said, he did go into a little more detail about JASON ALEXANDER'S character, George Costanza.  Jerry said, quote, "George would probably have a wife and kids . . . very normal, suburban.  And he would be tortured."

Of course, there's no indication that a "Seinfeld" reunion is actually in the works.

The cast did reunite, sort of, on "Curb Your Enthusiasm" back in 2009.  That season was all about LARRY DAVID creating a fictional "Seinfeld" reunion show.

On a personal note, I Tweeted for a bit with Jason Alexander and told him that my theory about George Costanza was that George was really just Charlie Brown as a grown-up. Alexander tweeted back, 'Good grief.'