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Al Dukes got a pretty big thrill while the show was on hiatus, as Jerry Seinfeld touted him as his favorite follow on Twitter in an interview with USA Today.

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In addition to getting a boost to the number of followers he has on the popular social networking site, Al also received a boost in his self esteem.

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You can be like Mr. Seinfeld too and follow Al – do it…@AlsBoringTweets.

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