Back in the early ’90s, the ad wizards at NBC came up with a clever way of packaging their most popular Thursday night shows—as well as the shows they wanted to convince viewers would eventually be popular—called “Must See TV.” The name stuck around until the shows that helped defined it—like Seinfeld, Friends, Frasier…
There are Soup Nazis and then there are “neo-Nazis” whose faces just happen to resemble a bowl of clam chowder, and the beloved 90s sitcom Seinfeld had ties to them both.
A new study revealed what we probably all would have guessed about how disabilities are represented in media: Rarely, and usually not by people actually living with those disabilities.
If you’re a big Seinfeld fan who is planning a trip down under, you might want to add a place called George’s Bar to your list of must-see spots. A pair of bar owners have opened up a drinking hole completely dedicated to the character of George Costanza.
Following his appearance on Howard Stern, Seinfeld actor Jason Alexander has apologized to Heidi Swedberg, who played George Costanza’s fiancée Susan, for saying she was “fucking impossible” to work with.
During a recent appearance on Howard Stern, Seinfeld alum Jason Alexander divulged the reason why Susan, the fiancée of his character George Costanza, was killed off by in a freak envelope poisoning incident before she and George could get married.
Everything in the world is terrible, especially on Mondays, so bottle your rage and listen to this mash-up of the Seinfeld theme song with Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff." It sounds OK but it's completely unnecessary!
Do you watch Seinfeld? Do you like it? REALLY?! Ugh, I mean it's fine, I guess, I just think it has A LOT of problems.
Everyone, today is Julia Louis-Dreyfus's fifty-first birthday! She starred in The New Adventures of Old Christine and is slated to play the Vice President of the United States in the upcoming show Veep, but her most iconic role is still that of Elaine. And one of Elaine's most memorable scenes is the one above, in…
Larry David is a feminist. There, I said it. I know, I know, that jerk? Allow me to explain.
It was cringe-inducing watching poor Sally get caught in the "unnatural" act of touching herself on last night's Mad Men...but partially because so many people can relate! A Sally Draper Moment is by no means limited to Sally Draper.
On last night's episode, Larry decided to go ahead and organize a Seinfeld reunion show, at the request of NBC, as a ploy to win back his ex-wife Cheryl, who is now an actress.
A London man has opened an exact replica of Friends' Central Perk. "This makes me feel weird on the inside," wrote my friend. I know what she means: Friends has aged about as well as a bad facelift.
All dating columns should be cancelled until we evolve a new kind of genitalia or start dating on Jupiter, because they continue to rehash the same tired ideas from the past decade. Today, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's "Single Shot" columnist writes about people who dump significant others for Seinfeldian reasons,…