Jerry Seinfeld's Frequent Visitors

Jerry Seinfeld's Frequent Visitors

In the world of Seinfeld, the constant stream of Jerry's friends through his apartment door has puzzled some viewers. A fan theory offers a simple explanation: Jerry's frequent touring and traveling as a comedian mean he's often out of town for extended periods. His close-knit group of friends knows his schedule, and when he's in town, they seize the opportunity to catch up. This theory might explain the seemingly ever-changing relationships, the need to discuss personal issues regularly, and the friends' willingness to go out of their way to visit Jerry at his apartment—because they treasure those rare moments when he's home.

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