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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.
While rumors have floated around for years about why Heidi Swedberg’s Seinfeld character Susan Ross got killed off the show at the end of Season 7, star Jason Alexander has confirmed the real reason for the darkly comedic passing.
In what could be interpreted as criticism or just straight up satire, a YouTube user has hilariously given some Game of Thrones scenes the Seinfeld treatment. The show about nothing meets the show about a whole lot.
An announcement from streaming service, Hulu heralded an exclusive deal that will see Seinfeld arrive, making the entire run available to stream. It’s good news for subscribers of the service, marking a reportedly expensive investment to acquire the legendary series, adding a competitive element to their catalog.
Almost everybody loves to bring a little bit of pop culture into their lives, whether it’s by wearing a movie-themed T-shirt or getting a tattoo of one’s favorite fictional character. But how about a Seinfeld voicemail message? Now that's classy.
Network censors have never been known to be the most adventurous and fun-loving group. When it comes to the Show About Nothing, Seinfeld, NBC apparently wanted “nothing” to do with any Seinfeldian focus on racial issues, as evidenced by one episode getting canned based all on one observation.
TV comedies have been full of amazing couples over the years that we’d love to have spent more time with, but then there are those that we can only assume are absolute horrors to live with. Here are ten couples that each personify in different ways all of the things that we would abhor in a dual-roommate system.
Most great TV series are designed to be memorable from the ground up, from the cast to the clothing to the vehicles that the characters use to get around. We’ve rounded up ten vehicles to see if you dear readers can figure out what shows they came from.
Not only is Seinfeld still running strong in syndication, it's actually getting stronger. Backing up that statement is the fact that everybody's favorite show about nothing is about to strike a major deal with one of three leading video streaming services and, no, it's not Netflix.
Similar to what we’ve done for shows like Family Guy and The Big Bang Theory, we’ve looked back on the history of Seinfeld and all of the characters who made multiple appearances on the show (not counting the cameo-filled finale), and determined a Top 20 ranking. Who filled in all the big spots? Read on to find out!
Anthony Tobia, an associate professor of psychiatry at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, uses Seinfeld episodes for the main drive of discussion within his classroom.
Sometimes the things one really wants for Christmas just don’t exist, especially when one is a giant TV fanatic whose mental boundary between real and fictional worlds is thinner than Captain Picard’s hairline. So here are 10 fictitious items that I'd love to see under my tree on Christmas morning.