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