Jerry Seinfeld has said it before and he'll say it again: don't expect a "Seinfeld" reunion.
Despite a Super Bowl ad from a few years back, Jerry, Elaine, George and the gang will probably never grace the TV screen together again.
"Entertainment Tonight" recently asked the 63-year-old whether he would capitalize on the current trend of reboots and reunions like "Roseanne" and "Will & Grace."
His response: "Why?"
The legendary comedian has always been outspoken about leaving the show, which ended its run in 1998, alone.
"Maybe it's nice that you continue to love it instead of us tampering with something that went pretty well," he explained to "ET."
Seinfeld has had major success in the two decades since his show went off the air, touring around the country and hosting the web show "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee."
In fact, Seinfeld returned to the top of Forbes' highest-paid comedians list this year, raking in $69 million.
He's also got is Netflix special, "Jerry Before Seinfeld," streaming now.