(RNN) – A picture is said to be worth a thousand words, but what is a picture of Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander worth? Nothing?
What if it was a photo of the two comedic actors and former stars of the hit sitcom Seinfeld in front of the iconic Tom's Restaurant? Tom's exterior was used as Monk's in the show. Maybe it is something, but maybe not. No, it's probably nothing.
Ali Philippides photographed the two men walking into the cafe where the Seinfeld crew ate many meals and talked about practically nothing, tweeting "just saw Jerry and George walking in to Tom's Restaurant."
The internet soon exploded and then found out that Seinfeld co-creator Larry David was also inside the cafe. The NYC-based website Gothamist wrote the restaurant was closed and camera crews were also there, making the buzz create many possibilities. Was the meeting a series reboot, a Super Bowl commercial, a shoot for Seinfeld's popular Comedians in Cars getting Coffee web series? Who knows?!
As I continue to speculate, enjoy this Monk's related Seinfeld clip.
Music: Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers puts the FCC on red alert for the Super Bowl
Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist Flea might have freaked the Federal Communications Commission out Tuesday.
To paraphrase the tweet, Flea asked if halftime show viewers would want to watch him perform in the nude. It would not be a shock if the band, infamous for their strategic placement of gym socks, actually did this.
The tweet was quickly deleted, showing that even 10 years after the Janet Jackson/Justin Timberlake incident, it wouldn't be a good idea to reveal yourself to a worldwide viewership. Plus, Flea and RHCP may not want to end up like singer M.I.A., who is being sued by the NFL for her middle finger during the Madonna halftime show in 2011. The NFL has enough legal matters to deal with.
Jam of the Week: Vintage Trouble, Run like the River (LIVE) – The passion of this soul-rock band out of LA speaks for itself, especially in their live performances. Indulge yourself in their YouTube channel.
Movies: ‘Lone Survivor' stands alone at the top
In the film's first weekend of nationwide release, Lone Survivor, starring Mark Wahlberg, dominated the box office, ending the dominant reign by Disney's Frozen.
Here's last weekend's Top 5, according to Box Office Mojo (listed next to previous week's ranking and weekend gross):
Lone Survivor (38) $37,849,910
Frozen (2) $14,728,118
The Legend of Hercules (NR) $8,868,318
The Wolf on Wall Street (4) $8,839,220
American Hustle (5) $8,302,205
In theaters: Jan. 17
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit – Based on the series of novels by the late Tom Clancy, CIA analyst Jack Ryan discovers a Russian terrorist plot to destroy the U.S. economy and is dragged into the world of international mayhem. The film stars Chris Pine, Kevin Costner, Keira Knightly and Kenneth Branagh.
Ride Along – In order to get the approval of his fiance's brother, a security guard goes on a 24-hour ride along with an Atlanta cop. The comedy stars Kevin Hart, Ice Cube, John Leguizamo, Bruce McGill, Tika Sumpter, Laurence Fishburne, Gary Own and Jay Pharoah.
Devil's Due – A pregnancy early in a newlywed's marriage is not the dream they wanted when the unborn shows sinister intentions. The film stars Zach Gilford and Allison Miller and is SCARY!!
The film also inspired a prank with an animatronic, possessed baby in a stroller freaking out the fine people of New York City. The video, published Tuesday, has garnered more than 16 million views.