Fans need not worry – Jerry Seinfeld will not be talking about Ovaltine on December 26 and 27, 2012. Neither will he be playing marriage ref or a neurotic bee. Instead, he will be taking the kind of talent that helped him re-emerge in the post-Seinfeld world as a comedian as good as his reputation to the stage at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. This is a holiday treat for many, especially those needing a break from family post-Christmas.
The appearance is just the beginning for the comedian, whose schedule is packed with stand-up dates seemingly each weekend from the holidays through the spring. This could be the beginning of something very big for the rumored billionaire. He has not been an avid touring performer since his days leading up to the iconic show about nothing, so whenever more than a couple shows a month show up on his itinerary the rumors start compounding.