Even though comedian Jerry Seinfeld made a cameo in one of last Sunday's episodes of ESPN's 1998 Chicago Bulls docuseries "The Last Dance," he hadn't seen the show yet.
Seinfeld watched one of Sunday's most talked about scenes for the first time on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" with the show's host Tuesday evening.
The clip featured the comic chatting with Michael Jordan and awkwardly saying hello to Chicago head coach Phil Jackson in the Bulls' locker room prior to a game, before commenting about a play they had drawn up on the board: "This is not going to work, by the way. I would get that out of there."
"Were you scared of Phil Jackson?" Kimmel asked Seinfeld.
"No. Just too tall," Seinfeld replied.
Kimmel pointed out that Seinfeld seemed confused in the locker room as pregame preparations were ramping up.
"It's not a place I would normally be," Seinfeld said. "I think I had another conversation with [Jackson] because that was his last season (with the Bulls) and I was in the middle of my last season (of "Seinfeld") and I remember teasing him about, 'Who do you think is going to end bigger?,' him or me."