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Howdy Seinfeld TV show lovers!
It’s been a decade since Seinfeld went off air, to our disappointment, obviously. However, there are still countless people who prefer to download Seinfeld so as to enjoy the show in their leisure.
In today’s fast paced lives, the scenario of comedy has evolved to such an extent that we have everything ranging from high end equipments to highly skilled people. But does Seinfeld have a competitor?
I’m not someone who’d go by the ratings on a popular chart or look up for the show that has had the most number of viewers post- Seinfeld. Talking of our first hand experiences, have we ever come across any series which scores over Seinfeld?
The answer is an obvious No!
Jerry Seinfeld doesn’t obviously copy content from somewhere and go to deliver a stand up performance. Everything he does and all that he has been doing is certainly, his own creation.
And when you take a sneak peak at the awards that the series has one, you’d start watching Seinfeld episodes online even if you’ve watched them a million times before, whether on TV or web. From the American Comedy Awards to the British Comedy Awards, there’s hardly any award in its league that the show hasn’t won.
With its last season, that went on air in 1997-1998, the series attracted a whooping 22 million viewers and ranked 1st in terms of both, popularity and content.
I wish I could go back in time and catch the show when it went on air, and proudly claim to be one of the above mentioned 22 million viewers. But then I religiously make it a point that whenever I’m in need of laughter therapy, I do watch Seinfeld online and would also recommend you to follow the suit.
Since just like me, you too are a die-hard Seinfeld fan, you’d certainly be aware of the ‘Seinfeld curses’. And if you haven’t, I’d be overjoyed to enlighten you fellows. Seinfield curses are the shows which attempted to match Seinfeld, starring one of the cast members of the original show.
Well, it’s time to wrap up things, guys. Till I come again, it’s adieu!
“Seinfeld” star Jason Alexander is set to return to U.S. TV – the funnyman is in talks to develop a small screen drama about a struggling actor. Alexander is in negotiations with CBS network bosses to develop, produce and star in a new hour-long series, according to trade paper Variety.
The as-yet-untitled show reportedly centers around a struggling actor who joins his ex-wife’s detective agency, and then becomes an expert in disguise by using his acting skills. Alexander last starred as a sports show host for “Listen Up” in 2005 and has since guest starred in programmes including “Criminal Minds” and “The New Adventures of Old Christine“.
He also recently appeared with fellow Seinfeld castmates in an ongoing storyline on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” – 12 years after the hit sitcom went off the air.
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Counting down the top 10 greatest ‘Seinfeld’ episodes …
There are some shows that truly leave their imprint on television, forever changing our perception of what’s great. When Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David (‘Curb Your Enthusiasm‘) came up with the idea for ‘Seinfeld,’ a sitcom for Jerry, their idea was no idea at all.
That their conceit would someday be named the greatest television program of all time by TV Guide is probably the biggest joke of all … and we’ve all been in on the gag.
‘Seinfeld’ premiered on July 5, 1989. That’s right; it was a summer TV show, which gives you clue about how little NBC thought of the project. When ‘Seinfeld’ ended its run on May 14, 1998, NBC was begging the principals for more.
In all, there were 180 episodes of ‘Seinfeld.’ The cast, in case you don’t recall, was made up of four actors who played four friends who lived in New York City. Jerry Seinfeld played Jerry Seinfeld, a moderately successful, slightly neurotic stand-up comedian. Jason Alexander was George Costanza, Jerry’s best friend who was a mass of neuroses. Julia Louis-Dreyfus was Elaine Benes, Jerry’s ex-girlfriend and his second best friend. Michael Richards was Cosmo Kramer, Jerry’s eccentric neighbor.
Essentially, ‘Seinfeld’ was a show about nothing, but not really. It was primarily a show about the mundane minutiae of everyday life, but as it evolved, episodes became exaggerated and outlandish to the point of being absurd. But mostly it was funny and sharp and brilliantly creative … yada, yada, yada.
Here’s what we deem the 10 best episodes of ‘Seinfeld,’ which would probably be the cause of an entire episode about how they were ranked. It might be called, ‘The Rankings.’ Nevertheless, in order, our 10 favorites:
Kramer’s girlfriend, Leslie, a ‘low-talker,’ persuades Jerry to wear her new design — a puffy shirt like the pirates used to wear — when he appears on ‘The Today Show.’ The shirt makes Jerry look like the Count of Monte Cristo. When Bryant Gumbel laughs at him, Jerry denounces the puffy shirt, ruining Leslie’s big shot at fashion fame.
Would you attack an old woman for a loaf of marble rye bread? That’s what Jerry is reduced to in a borderline vulgar episode that finds Elaine ruining her jazz musician boyfriend by getting him to give her more variety in bed, and Kramer feeding beef-a-reeno to a hansom cab horse … with stinky results. The sight of Jerry running off with the rye remains an unforgettable image.
8. The Hamptons (Season 5, Episode 20), May 12, 1994
One word: shrinkage. On a trip to the Hamptons in Long Island, George suffers the indignity of being seen naked by Jerry’s girlfriend soon after getting out of the cold water. Poor George is forever scarred by her disdain, not believing that it was the cold water that made him look that way. Meanwhile, our fearsome foursome all agree that their friend’s baby is … ugly.
If there’s no nostril penetration, is a pick really a pick? This is the focal point of an episode in which Jerry’s reputation takes a hit because of a simple pick (“It was not a pick!”). The show also includes the hubbub caused by Elaine’s nipple showing up on the Christmas card , Kramer landing a gig as a Calvin Klein underwear model.
George tells Kramer about his father’s man breasts, prompting Kramer to go into business with Frank (Jerry Stiller). They decide to sell the ‘Bro,’ a.k.a. the manssiere, a bra for men. Also, Jerry first offends, then befriends the doorman at Mr. Pitt’s building and Elaine tries to get a couch.
5. The Parking Garage (Season 3, Episode 6), October 30, 1991
Like ‘The Chinese Restaurant,’ this is another classic ‘Seinfeld.’ The premise here is one we can all relate to, the gang can’t remember where they parked Kramer’s car in a multi-level mall garage. You have Kramer lugging a huge box carrying an air conditioner, Jerry needing to pee, Elaine’s concern about the two goldfish she’s bought that have to get home to a bowl, and George worrying about making an anniversary dinner with his parents that he can’t miss. After wandering around and even getting arrested (George and Jerry), the group get to the car only to find that it won’t start.
Although both Kramer and George are not in ‘The Pen,’ the appearance of Jerry’s parents, as well as Sandy Baron as Jack Klompus, are a plus. But it’s really New Yorkers Jerry and Elaine stuck in Florida that makes the show hilarious. Elaine’s discomfort from the lack of air conditioning (Jerry’s parents won’t put it on!), her back pain from the pull-out sofa, and Jerry’s social faux pas of accepting the astronaut pen from Jack, are keys to the hilarity. The topper, of course, is the ending, where Elaine and Jerry are sentenced to five extra days in South Florida.
Even though this episode did not include Kramer, it’s a quintessential ‘Seinfeld.’ The reason? Nothing happens. It’s Elaine, Jerry and George waiting for a table at a Chinese restaurant. They wait and wait and yap and yap, but it’s the everyday nothingness of the show that makes it so unique. NBC didn’t want to broadcast the episode because they thought nobody would want to watch it. Larry David threatened to quit if the net forced changed on them. NBC gave in, the show aired and critics declared it an instant classic.
“No soup for you!” Have you ever heard of such a thing? Nobody outside of New York had either, but this episode captured and fictionalized a real Manhattan shop when the proprietor/chef made great soup. However, patrons had to follow his rules of order to order a bowl. Kramer becomes buddies with the chef, Jerry fears him, George is slighted by him, and Elaine gets herself banished for a year from the establishment. In the ironic twist ending, Elaine winds up with the soup man’s secret recipes and gets her revenge by giving them away!
Probably the most edgy of all ‘Seinfelds,’ ‘The Contest’ proposed the idea that in a battle of wills, none of these four selfish New Yorkers can refrain from self-gratification … not even when there’s money on the line. It was a typical Larry David kind of story, especially as each of them succumbed to temptation … although George claimed to have won the contest. One element that made the episode so funny was that nobody ever said the word masturbation.
Just how historic and awesome was the New Orleans Saints’ first NFC championship? It not only toppled what could be the final chapter of legendary quarterback Brett Favre’s NFL history, but it also toppled one of the most epic and legendary final chapters in television’s history.
Last Sunday’s squeaker between the Saints and the Minnesota Vikings on Fox garnered 57.9 million viewers, which tops the Seinfeld finale in 1998.
One can only imagine what the viewership would be if the Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts and take home the Vince Lombardi trophy at Super Bowl XLIV. I mean, other than a special post-game appearance of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (I say that, of course, as a long time and beloved hometown fan of the Black and Gold. Who dat!).
An actor who played a recurring character on ”Seinfeld” gave a pep-talk to Villanova business students.
(Excerpt from Seinfeld):
(Elaine): “Mr. Peterman, how are you feeling?”
(Peterman): “Elaine, I’ll be blunt. I’m burnt out, I’m fried. My mind is a barren as the surface of the moon.”
John O’Hurley (photo), J. Peterman of Seinfeld fame, host of Family Feud, Dancing with the Stars winner, addressed the inaugural presentation by the Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship Center. He prescribed accomplishment, balance and meaning as the cure for the ordinary life:
“I wanted to have an extraordinary life. I don’t think any of us have woken up todaysaying I want to have an ordinary life. I want to swing from the middle run run of the ladder of life, just like George Costanza.”
O’Hurley advised daydreaming as a way to connect with your own unique ideas.
More than a decade after saying goodbye to fans of the show, the cast of “Seinfeld” got together for the promotional picture of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”. Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards and Jason Alexander together with “Curb” star Larry David are all standing near the familiar door.
As previously reported, the four main characters of “Seinfeld” are reuniting for an episode of the HBO series. They appear in the third episode which airs on October 4. Larry’s manager tries to convince him to organize a reunion but true to his nature, Larry rejects. Only after realizing that he can win back Cheryl’s heart by arranging the reunion does Larry agree to do it.
The cast of “Seinfeld” also appeared on the cover of Entertainment Weekly. In the inside story, Jerry expressed his glee in working with Larry, saying “The idea of working with Larry was just too overwhelmingly appealing to me, and ['Curb'] is such a great show. There was a little part of me that said, ‘Do we really want to tamper?’ …But to hell with it. How much damage can you really do?”
On the other side, Jason spilled an on-set story. He said, “Just before we shot that scene, I said to Jerry and Julia, ‘I don’t know if I can be George. I haven’t tried him on for awhile’. And it was freaky how it just came right back out.”
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” premieres September 20.
Larry David – co-creator of “Seinfeld” — has convinced the four stars of that classic Emmy-winning sitcom to reunite for a multiepisode arc on the upcoming season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” As David explained at a TCA presser yesterday, “For years, I’ve been asked about a ‘Seinfeld’ reunion. We’ll see the read-through, parts of rehearsals, the show being filmed.”
Jerry Seinfeld is set to appear in five episodes of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” while the other “Seinfeld” cast members — Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Richards — slated to appear in four installments.
And as per David, “The season finale will be about the reunion show. It could very well be [a one-hour episode], but I haven’t finished editing it yet. But that’s a good possibility.”
Seinfeld had a cameo in the Season 4 finale of “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” And both Alexander and Louis-Dreyfus appeared as versions of themselves in the second season as the show explored the so-called “Seinfeld” curse.
While Emmy rules dictate that “cameo appearances in which the person plays himself/herself are not eligible for entry” — such as Seinfeld’s earlier unbilled appearance on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” — these upcoming multi-episode stints will surely qualify.
Playing variations of themselves on the two seasons of “Extras” earned a quartet of stars — Ian McKellen, Ben Stiller, Patrick Stewart, and Kate Winslet – guest acting Emmy nods. And Emma Thompson won for guest actress in a comedy series back in 1998 when she played herself on “Ellen” — the twist there was that she was really an American only pretending to be British.
Perhaps Alexander can finally win an Emmy to go along with his 1989 lead actor Tony Award for “Jerome Robbin’s Broadway.” He lost seven successive Emmy bids for best supporting actor (1992-1998) for his work on “Seinfeld.”
Three of those defeats were to co-star Richards. This will be the first acting gig for Richards since his infamous meltdown at a comedy club three years ago. Richards was the big Emmy winner for “Seinfeld,” winning three of his five supporting actor bids (1993, 1994, 1997).
Louis-Dreyfus won on the fifth of her seven consecutive supporting actress Emmy nominations for “Seinfeld” in 1996. A decade later she won the lead actress Emmy for the first season of “The New Adventures of Old Christine.” She has contended in that category every year since, including this current derby.
Seinfeld lost five consecutive lead actor races (1992-1996) for “Seinfeld.” His only Emmy for “Seinfeld” came as a producer when the show won best comedy series in 1993. David shared in that win and picked up another Emmy that year for scripting the classic episode “The Contest.”
The top-rated sitcom took home only 10 Emmys over its nine-year run, despite racking up 68 nominations. “Frasier” eclipsed “Seinfeld” at the Emmys time and again, winning 37 trophies, including a record five in a row as best comedy series.
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” has only one Emmy to show for 30 nominations — a 2003 directing win for Robert B. Weide. The show has contended five times for best comedy series while David has lost three lead actor races. The seventh season of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” kicks off Sept. 20.
Stand-up comic and former Seinfeld writer Pat Hazell will star in his one-man show, The Wonder Bread Years, to be presented by Penguin Rep Theatre in Stony Point, New York, June 26-July 19.
The show serves up slices of Americana, with memories of flipping Slinkys down the stairs, chasing ice cream trucks, Rock ‘em Sock ‘em Robots, milk money, and road trips in the back seat of the family station wagon.
There will be an opening reception with the performer and production team following the June 28 matinee, and a post-show discussion following the July 3 performance.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Seinfeld star Julia Louis-Dreyfus is ready to revive the hit 1990s sitcom for the big screen – after reuniting with her former cast mates for guest spots on Curb Your Enthusiasm. Seinfeld fans will get a teaser when Louis-Dreyfus and her former TV co-stars Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards appear together in a number of shows for the upcoming season of Larry David’s comedy series. Returning to the set with her former colleagues brought back fond memories for the actress, 11 years after Seinfeld came to an end in 1998 following a nine-season run. She tells People.com, “It was wonderful. It was like we never left to be honest with you – so that part of it was quite surreal.”
Louis-Dreyfus admits she is eager to reprise her role as Elaine, one of Seinfeld’s zany sidekicks, in a movie adaptation of the show – and she’s already got some big plans for her character. She tells reporters, “You get the financing together and I’ll work on the script… I would say she’d just be getting out of prison.”
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