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Lisa Kudrow reveals how Jerry Seinfeld took credit for Friends’ early success

Musketeers has been one of the most popular sitcoms of that began raising in the early 1990s. Before musketeers however, another show that left the followership regaled with its friendly badinage and New York living was Jerry Seinfeld’s show Seinfeld which ran for nine seasons before belting up in 1998. In a recent interview with The Daily Beast, musketeers’ Lisa Kudrow spoke about the connection between the two shows.

Kudrow who played Phoebe Buffay in musketeers revealed an commerce she had with Jerry Seinfeld during the early days of their sitcom. She said,” I flash back going to some party and Jerry Seinfeld was there, and I said, ‘ Hi, ’ and he said, ‘ You ’re welcome.'” Adding on Kudrow said,”‘ Why, thank you what?'”
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Revealing what Seinfeld meant by that exchange, Kudrow revealed what he said to her and added,” You ’re on after us in the summer, and you ’re welcome.” The actress was taken suddenly about how the funnyman was taking partial credit for the success of musketeers ain its early days.

Kudrow further added though how the relationship between Seinfeld and musketeers went in terms of followership viewership and said that while originally musketeers followed Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser’s sitcom frenetic About You, the sitcom did not really” explode” until the coming summer when it was placed after repeats of Seinfeld.

The actress admitted that the conditions for the first season of the show were” just fine.” Although she also stated that she wouldn’t take anything down from the show pens and the cast who were all doing an amazing job.

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