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Jerry Seinfeld’s famed television show is known for many things. Outrageous plots. Crazy main characters. Even crazier supporting characters. And even weird shenanigans that happened after the show's run.
People get extremely nostalgic when it comes to their entertainment preferences, and the 1990s offered up explosions of creativity across all media. Here are the 10 shows from the ‘90s that have been searched for the most on Google since 2004.
While most people weren’t super happy to say goodbye to George, Elaine, Kramer and Jerry after 9 seasons on the air, there were so many side characters ripe for the picking that a spinoff seemed to be the logical next step for some of the actors close to the show.
While today’s TV crossovers usually involve superheroes or Dick Wolf shows, networks used to be a little more cavalier in what series were thrown together in the name of quirkiness. NBC wanted Seinfeld and Friends to mesh, but here's why it didn't.
One particularly fun non-Christmas holiday was Seinfeld’s Festivus, which always brought out the non-holiday cheer in George Costanza, who came up with a way to get out of buying presents en masse: the Human Fund.
When it comes to sitcoms, theme songs can be almost as defining as any plotline. For NBC’s Seinfeld, the signature tune wasn’t so much a song as a trademark bass riff and one man made it happen in his own house. Check it out.
You already know what your favorite TV shows are, and you probably know what your friends’ favorite shows are, particularly if they’re outspoken on social media. But have you ever wondered how the people making those series feel about all the projects populating TV history?
Here are 9 characters from TV’s modern era that retained their core look throughout entire runs of a series. Some of these shows are still on the air, so they could technically introduce some major changes next season, but they probably won’t.
From Will Smith to Mimi, there was a lot of wild fashion in the early nineties, some of which worked. Today, we’ve looked at a ton of TV characters from the nineties, bringing you the list of the ones who dressed the most outrageously.
a variety of sitcoms and dramas on television have managed to tackle orgies over the past few years and now they can be viewed together in this fabulous orgy supercut. Before you check it out, we will say that while the video is tame as far as orgies are concerned, it’s still probably not best checked out while at work.
We’re brought you some great banned TV posters, and now we’ve put together a list of the greatest banned TV episodes of all time. From comedies like South Park to memorable dramas like The X-Files, we’ve found that there are a lot of episodes that have been banned, and this is the crème of the crop.
We thought it would be fun to test everyone’s memory of Seinfeld by offering up an image of one of Jerry’s many girlfriends and getting you guys to guess the reason why it never worked out between them. No points awarded if you say “because it never works out with Jerry.”
Seinfeld had a lot of prominent guest stars over the years. At the time, they likely agreed to appear on the show for fun or for a quick injection of publicity, but as it turns out, these appearances are still generating fun little royalty checks.
There was one Seinfeld idea that Julia Louis-Dreyfus wishes they hadn't thrown on the scrap heap.
After telling a story about why Seinfeld's Susan was killed off, Jason Alexander found himself in the middle of a calamity started by those who took his words the wrong way. So the actor has come forth to apologize and clarify his statements. Tsk, tsk, Internet.