Mar 3, 2017

Jim Carrey - Jerry Seinfeld in the hood

Dec 20, 2016

Let Seinfeld Show You How To Make It Through The Holidays

Check it out here

Aug 22, 2016

Random fact time

Little known fact - The Bubble Boy's father is actually Bill Murray's brother, Brian Doyle Murray.

Jun 17, 2016

Pinko Commie Rag

In the Seinfeld episode "The Race", Elaine discovers her new boyfriend is a communist by finding a copy of the Daily Worker in her apartment...

Which leads to George responding to a personal ad in the Daily Worker...

And Kramer, who is working as a department store Santa Claus, is eventually convinced to become a communist by Elaine's boyfriend.

Mar 11, 2016

Kramer's random jobs

Check out this list of Kramers jobs throughout the years...thanks!

Chief executive officer. (Founded the think tank Kramerica Industries.)

Culinary entrepreneur. (Conceptualized a chain of make-your-own-pizza parlors and a restaurant that only serves peanut butter and jelly sandwiches called “P B and Js.”)

Inventor. (Conceived the idea for tie dispensers in restaurants to replace patrons’ soiled ones.)

Movie actor. (Got one line in a Woody Allen movie.)

Sitcom actor. (Guest-starred on hit series Murphy Brown.)

Expert gambler. (Gainfully anticipated winning outcomes in basketball, horse races, and flight arrival times.)

Perfumer. (Developed a beach-scented cologne.)

Portrait model. (Posed for a painting that sold for $5,000 to a couple who described him as “an innocent orphan in the postmodern world.”)

Screenwriter. (Developed a movie treatment titled The Keys.)

Scalper. (Flipped an opera ticket for a $400 profit.)

Model. (Showcased in a Calvin Klein underwear ad campaign.)

Record Salesman. (Appropriated old vinyl LPs to sell to music shops.)

Tennis ball boy.

Small-business investor. (Provided funding to a local nonfat frozen-yogurt shop.)

Soap-opera stand-in. (Worked on the set of All My Children.)

Clothing distributor (Sold “The Executive,” a beltless trenchcoat invented by Jerry’s father in 1946, to Rudy's Antique Boutique.)

Author. (Wrote The Coffee Table Book of Coffee Tables featured on Live With Regis and Kathie Lee.)

Beauty-pageant coach and chaperone. (Advised a Miss America contestant on her interview, appearance, and talent.)

Vintage-clothing salesman. (Sold Kenny Bania the suit off his back for $300.)

Department-store Santa Claus.

Police lineup stand-in.

Intimate apparel designer. (Co-inventor of “the Bro”/“Manssiere,” “a support undergarment specifically designed for men.”)

Plaintiff. (Sued coffee company for burning him with their scalding café latte.)

Sports memorabilia appropriator. (Sold George Steinbrenner’s birthday card signed by the entire Yankee organization.)


Moviefone man impersonator. (Provides callers with movie time and theater information when they mistakenly dial his number, 555-FILK.)

Cinéaste. (Collaborates on the reopening of a revival movie house called the Alex.)

Hansom cab driver.

Plaintiff. (Sued Oh Henry! candy bar heiress Sue Ellen Mischke for causing his car accident when she walked down the street wearing just a bra.)

Bottle exporter. (Tried to recycle truckloads of bottles in Michigan, where the refund rate per container is twice that of New York’s.)

Customer service tester. (Capitalized on a local bank’s policy promising $100 to anyone not greeted by a teller with a “hello” — though he ultimately only received $20.)

Author. (Wrote the book Astonishing Tales of the Sea, which chronicles the Andrea Doria ship collision.)

Office worker. (“T.C.B.” as in “taking care of business,” for the Brandt-Leland company.)

Photographer. (Snapped pictures for a variety of purposes from Christmas cards to intimate shots.)

Party planner. (Organized a Jewish singles dance.)

Tour guide. (Provided housing and entertainment for Japanese businessmen visiting Manhattan.)

Plaintiff. (Sued a tobacco company for ruining his good looks.)

Cock fighter.

Ghost writer. (Sells J. Peterman his life stories to use in Peterman’s autobiography.)

Cigar manufacturer. (Hires Cubans to roll cigars; unfortunately they turn out to be Dominican.)

Specialty sightseeing tour creator. (Conducts his three-hour “Peterman Reality Tour" using a school bus.)


Industrial inventor. (Creates a rubber bladder system for oil tankers in an effort to “put an end to maritime oil spills.”)

Condiment inventor. (Brainstorms bottle that integrates ketchup and mustard.)

“Television” host. (Erected the old Merv Griffin Show set in his apartment and rebooted it.)

Baker at H&H Bagels. (Briefly ends his strike.)

Army soldier. (“Classified.”)

Hollywood sellout. (Sells option to The Coffee Table Book of Coffee Tables to a "big Hollywood so-and-so" and retires to Florida.)

Pretend patient. (Imitated wide range of diseased patients at a New York teaching hospital.)

Rickshaw entrepreneur. (Managed staff of homeless drivers.)

Mar 9, 2016


Somehow missed this...

Seincast, a weekly podcast discussing all things Sein.

About to dive in, here is the link!

Mar 5, 2016

Rance Howard: Reprising separate roles

Rance howard played two characters, the farmer in The Bottle Deposit (part 2) and the blind man in The Glasses. Thought he looked familiar!

1996 and 1993 respectively, pretty impressive gap there.

Feb 24, 2016

Oct 6, 2015

The lost episode!

The only episode written...but never filmed.

The season: 2 ... The year: 1991 ...

"The Bet", also known as "The Gun", is an episode that was written for the second season, but was never filmed. In the episode, Elaine bets against Jerry on the ease of buying a handgun to protect herself. In a subplot, Kramer returns from a vacation in Puerto Rico and tells Jerry and George he had sex with a flight attendant during the flight back. George makes a bet with him and goes to the airport with Jerry and Elaine to ask the flight attendant if Kramer's allegation is true.

Aug 7, 2015


Quite the age spread...currently:

Kramer - 66 years old
Jerry - 61 years old
George - 55 years old
Elaine - 54 years old

Kramer = 11 years older than George, 12 years older than Elaine.

Who knew?

Aug 4, 2015

Well this rules...

From "The Pledge Drive",

One day after the episode first aired, Ian Abercrombie (Mr. Pitt) was having lunch in a restaurant; while he was waiting for his coffee, the waiter put a plate with a Snickers bar on his table. Apparently, the whole restaurant was in on the joke.

Jul 13, 2015

In detail breakdown of stats over the years

Including some awesome charts and graphs.

Check out the article here.

Jun 24, 2015

Hulu’s Seinfeld apartment replaces Jerry’s Mac with a PC

What the's all about the details, people. Read about it here

Jun 23, 2015

NY Times breaks down all the Seinfeld-world eateries

They even rate the food the cast ate (or closest thing to it). Check out the article here.

Jun 16, 2015

Keith Hernandez still pulling checks

About $3000 a year, like clockwork.

Check out the article.

KRAMER: "I hate Keith Hernandez - hate him."

Jun 11, 2015

Hulu is creating a real-life Seinfeld apartment in New York

Hulu announced Thursday that they’re creating a replica of the star’s iconic Upper West Side apartment to promote the show’s debut on the streaming giant.

Check it out here!

Jun 4, 2015

The real reason Susan died!

Check out this article where Jason Alexander tells the TRUTH about Susan's death...

May 4, 2015

Feb 27, 2015

Easter eggs in Kramer's Boca Breeze covers

Check out the Larry David mentions in these screengrabs! (click to enlarge)

Feb 16, 2015

TBS speeds up shows to gain ad time

This is pretty crazy...TBS actually speeds up episode play time to get in more advertising!

ps - thanks to NA-Hearn for this one

Dec 22, 2014

Oct 31, 2014

Oct 16, 2014

Kramer’s Best Business Ideas

Check out this awesome rundown here.

Moviefone Operator is definitely on there.

Oct 3, 2014

Parallel worlds

Jerry Levine - the stationary store clerk in The Big Salad - is ALSO Michael J. Fox's friend in Teen Wolf.

I knew he looked familiar!

Jul 8, 2014

10 Actors on their Memorable Seinfeld Roles

Great stuff from some guest actors over the years.

Check it out here

Mar 19, 2014

Mar 7, 2014

Ranking Jerry's Girlfriends

Starting with #50...Skylar White.

Check it out here

Feb 19, 2014

Feb 3, 2014

The secret siblings of Seinfeld

...introducing a guest post from Mr. Chris Jaskot:

It would appear that all of the main characters in the show are only children, however that is not the case. Although never mentioned more than once, 3 of the main 4 characters of the show reveal a hidden sibling throughout the course of the show, always in passing and never to be seen or mentioned again...

Elaine's Sister: - "The Pick" - Season 4 - Episode 13 (nip slip)

Elaine: Oh, God - my nephew! (Picks up the phone and hits the button) Hi, Gail!.. Yu.. yu... Yes, Gail, I know how old he is.

Jerry's Sister: - "The Chinese Restaurant" - Season 2 - Episode 6

Jerry: Oh my god, Lorraine... that's Lorraine from my uncle's office. I'm in big, big trouble.
Elaine: The one you broke the plans with tonight?
Jerry: Yeah, she works in his office. Now she's gonna see him tomorrow and tell him she saw me here tonight. He's gonna tell his wife, his wife's gonna call my mother. Oh, this is bad, you don't know, the chain reaction of calls this is gonna set off. New York, Long Island, Florida, it's like the Bermuda Triangle. Unfortunately, nobody ever disappears. My uncle to my aunt, my aunt to my mother, my mother to my uncle...My uncle to my cousin, my cousin to my sister, my sister to me.

George's Brother: - "The Parking Space" - Season 3 - Episode 22

George: I can't park in a garage.
Elaine: Why?
George: I don't know, I just can't. Nobody in my family can pay for parking, it's a sickness. My father never paid for parking; my mother, my brother, nobody. We can't do it.

Feb 2, 2014


While Jerry co-wrote the majority of the episodes in seasons 1 and 2 with Larry David, things slowed down once the show picked up steam. After that, he only wrote 1 episode in season 3, 1 episode in season 4, 3 in season 5, and 1 final episode in season 6. Did you notice any change in direction as he pulled away?

Jan 20, 2014

Jerry in ... Benson??

Apparently so. Check it out:

ps - thanks brazzil!

Jan 19, 2014

Jan 6, 2014

Jerry Reveals Seinfeld Secrets and Hints at "Huge" Project With Larry David

"We wrote this script for this thing that you will eventually see, but I can't reveal what it is at this time. All I can do is tell you is that it's big, huge, gigantic."

Check out the article here.

Dec 17, 2013

Just in time for the holidays... what happens when you Google "Festivus".

Gather 'round the pole!

Dec 9, 2013

Dec 5, 2013

Posters for 'Rochelle Rochelle' go up around NYC

Well this is pretty awesome...

Someone created actual movie posters for Rochelle Rochelle and hung them at movie theaters around NYC.

Check it out here. That's a serious A for effort right there.

Oct 14, 2013

Two Directors, Two Eras

Other than a few exceptions, the show featured just two directors over 9 seasons. Tom Cherones directed all but 5 episodes in seasons 1-5 (1990-1994) for a total of 81 episodes, and Andy Ackerman directed all but 2 episodes in seasons 6-9 (1994-1998), totaling 98 episodes.

INTERESTINGLY, our buddy Jason Alexander directed one episode - The Good Samaritan (1992) - the only time a cast member took over such duties. Did you notice anything unique about that one?

Check out a list of directors and writers by he episode and season here.

Oct 11, 2013

Aug 14, 2013

Now the movies have their own posters!

Check out these Seinfeld world movie posters that have come to life:

Death Blow
Sack Lunch
Rochelle Rochelle
Prognosis Negative
Blimp (the Hindenburg Story)
Flaming Globes of Sigmund

May 17, 2013

Vote for your favorite season

Click here to vote for your favorite (or favourite) Seinfeld season.

My choice is in the lead.

May 14, 2013

15 years ago today...

...we witnessed the end of an era:

May 10, 2013

May 2, 2013


Jerry's Chinese food delivery guy was a reoccurring character that often went unnoticed.

PING appeared in the following episodes:

The Tape - Season 3, Episode 8
The Virgin - Season 4, Episode 10
The Visa - Season 4, Episode 15

And his real life name is also Ping. So there's that.

May 1, 2013

The 15 "New Yorkiest" Episodes

"You can take the B or the F and switch for the N at Broadway/Lafayette, or you can go over the bridge to DeKalb and catch the Q to Atlantic Avenue, then switch to the IRT—2, 3, 4 or 5—but don't get on the G. See, that's very tempting, but you wind up on Smith and 9th Street, then you got to get on the R."

Click here for this awesome article.

Mar 8, 2013

We're all a bit like Elaine

Here are thirty reasons...

Click for article

Mar 5, 2013

Blueprint of Jerry's Apartment

Here's the floor plan, click image for larger version.

Mar 4, 2013

Mr. Wilhelm?

Yes, that's him...eating at Monk's...AKA Tom's in the real world (click for larger version).

Feb 24, 2013

The bottle scam lives on!

Kramer and Newman never pulled it off, but dudes in IL, OH, and IN have.

Click for article

Feb 13, 2013

Awesome list of Seinfeld aliases

Complete with animated gifs.

Click away...

Also serves a nice companion piece with one of my earlier posts.

Jan 23, 2013

Jan 7, 2013

The real location of Jerry's apartment

Not actually in the Upper West Side...

It's really in LA!

Dec 14, 2012

Continuity, again!

Another example of Seinfeld keeping the continuity going..."Mike Moffett" appeared in the 1992 (season 3) episode The Parking Space...and then once more 5 years later in the 1997 (season 8) episode The Susie.

Dec 11, 2012

Google celebrates Festivus!

Techcrunch found a Festivus Easter Egg yesterday just in time for your Christmas searching season. As you'll see when searching Google for "Festivus", you’ll be treated to that most wondrous of holiday sights: an unadorned aluminum pole running down the side of your list of search results.

Well played, kind Google sirs.

Nov 20, 2012

The Puerto Rican Day

This controversial episode was both the show's second-to-last episode ever as well as the second-highest-rated episode of all time. Controversy erupted when Kramer accidentally burned and then stomped out a Puerto Rican flag. After the initial airing, NBC decided to never show it again. In fact, TBS only began airing the episode in syndication on October 8, 2012 (14 years later!).

Another notable aspect of this show was that it was filmed in real-time, similar to their earlier, landmark shows, most notably The Chinese Restaurant.

Nov 18, 2012

A collection of Kramer's entrances

...seems like it might be ALL of em. How far can you make it through?

Nov 5, 2012


Today Julia Louis-Dreyfus was named "the Sexiest Actress Alive" for the second year in a row by Glamour magazine.

Sep 9, 2012

The top 25 Seinfeld episodes of all time

Hard to argue with 1-5. Your thoughts?

Click for article

Aug 6, 2012

34 Stars Who Appeared on Seinfeld

Most you probably know, but a few surprises to be sure:

Check out the list here

Jul 26, 2012

Jerry announces stand-up tour

Check out Rolling Stone article and dates here.

Jul 19, 2012

Jul 10, 2012

You wanna buy the Mets?!?!

Jerry says "no thanks" to getting nuts.

Concluding, "There is no higher level to being a fan"

Jul 5, 2012

Jerry's New Web Series

Jerry Seinfeld has a new web series called "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" coming out later this month. This looks potentially hilarious, check out the non-talking preview:

Jun 28, 2012

Another Pre-stardom Alert

Turns out Anna Gunn (Walt's wife in the epic show "Breaking Bad") is Jerry's girlfriend in the 1992 episode The Glasses.

Yet another actor casted in Seinfeld before their career took off (16 years in this case).

And somehow, she doesn't appear to have aged a bit.

Jun 7, 2012

Kramer's Personas

Dr. Martin Van NostrandH.E. Pennypacker

Two of his most memorable here.

May 22, 2012

Jerry's Least-Favorite Episode

In a recent interview, Jerry revealed The Alternate Side to be his least favorite Seinfeld episode. Apparently having fun with Elaine's boyfriend who was having a stroke made him uncomfortable in the season three episode. Check out the clip below, which also features some other fun stuff about the longest he has been master of his own domain, and which Seinfeld character had the worst breath.

May 11, 2012

Every car...

46 to be exact! Lots of oldies and BMWs. Click image for story.

Mar 21, 2012

The Geography of Seinfeld

Find out here where things went down.

Click for map.

Good starting place is Jerry's apartment, near 81st and Columbus.

Find anything else good?

Feb 23, 2012

Showmanship, George

When you hit that high note, you say goodnight and walk off.

Read about Jason Alexander zinging Mitt Romney!

Jan 7, 2012

Is anyone here a marine biologist?

George is lucky he didn't go to the clink.

Then of course with evolution the octopus lost the nostrils and took on the more familiar look that we know today. But if you look really closely you can still see a bump where the nose use to be. But enough about fish, I can talk about other things like...architecture.

Jan 4, 2012

Seinfeld Inspired Print

These pixels are making me thirsty.

Dec 19, 2011

When Will it End?

As much as we love our show, we come to the realization that sooner or later, Seinfeld will no longer be aired in syndication. It's been 13 years since the show ended, and thankfully it's still shown daily on TBS and your local Fox station. But at some point, the show will be removed from our daily TV schedule and officially become a relic of the past. So the question is, when? Let's hope it's later rather than sooner, but we are coming closer and closer as the years go by. And while the show still seems somewhat relevant to modern times, it's becoming less and less so through the years.

Your thoughts?

Dec 14, 2011

Kramer's feelings on LA

seductress ... siren ... virgin ... whore!

Nov 30, 2011

Looks like jay can get back to business

Kramer: It's a verbal contract. We had a deal.
Elaine: No we didn't. You take these things too literally. It's like saying, you're hungry enough to eat a horse.
Kramer: Well, my friend Jay Reimenschneider eats horse all the time. He gets it from his butcher.

Click for the big news

Nov 3, 2011

Slippery Nihilist

Peter Stormar, who plays "Slippery Pete" in The Frogger from Season 9 is also the lead nihilist in The Big Lebowski.


Oct 29, 2011

Oct 27, 2011

Mary Heart, seizures, et al.

In the season three episode The Good Samaritan we witness Kramer suffer a seizure when hearing Mary Heart's voice.

This is actually something you should look out for, as in 1991, the New England Journal of Medicine reported that Mary Hart's voice had triggered seizures in an epileptic woman.

Oct 21, 2011

A country divided

Nice representation from Del Boca Vista

Oct 20, 2011

Notes on "The Invitations"

Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, a confessed fan of the show, long portrayed on Seinfeld by the voice of Larry David, filmed scenes for a guest appearance in this episode, but none of the footage made it to air. Reportedly, Steinbrenner disapproved of the morbid plot twist in which Susan is killed; and the gang's apparent indifference towards it. Steinbrenner has publicly stated his objections to the story several times, and said that is the reason he refused to allow his cameo to be shown.

Oct 18, 2011

Babs Kramer

Interesting background info for Kramer's mother

She was known for being 20th Century Fox's answer to Marilyn Monroe from 1954 to 1956.