The man, the myth, the fusilli—Jerry Seinfeld returns to the Kravis Center’s Dreyfoos Hall for two performances on October 26. Best known as the co-creator and titular star of the iconic ’90s sitcom Seinfeld, the Brooklyn-born comedian cut his teeth on the stand-up circuit before gaining national attention in 1981 with his first appearance on The Tonight Show. By the late 1980s, Seinfeld had joined forces with fellow funnyman Larry David to develop a pilot; this “show about nothing” went on to become one of television’s all-time greatest hits. Since Seinfeld last aired in 1998, the real-life Seinfeld has embarked on numerous comedy tours, voiced an animated bee, and combined two of his greatest loves—cars and coffee—for a Netflix series entitled (literally enough) Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Seinfeld will offer up more musings on the nothingness of everyday life during his double dose of laughter at the Kravis Center. Puffy shirt not included.