While his former Seinfeld co-stars toil in typecast hell and Larry David re-mixes the iconic sitcom for HBO, Jerry Seinfeld is taking it relatively easy. He resides in the Big Apple, lives off gigantor royalties and, when he feels like it, reconnects with his roots by performing stand-up to sold-out audiences in venues across the country. Jerome still uses his trademark (and endlessly mimicked) delivery, though his routine has been updated with observations about terrorism, Iraq and the Starbucks Industrial Complex. Unfortunately, getting tickets to one of his Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center shows may be harder than trying to get a table at a Chinese restaurant in NYC. Our advice? Save your cash and catch the Seinfeld reruns. Sat-Sun., Dec. 10-11, 7 and 9:30 p.m., Carol Morsani Hall, Tampa, $48.50-$78.50, 813-229-7827, www.tbpac.org; Seinfeld airs weeknights on WB38 and TBS.