A show about nothing teaches us everything.
Plus life-changing sex advice from killer shark movies, the inside story of how J.K. Rowling’s pseudonym got uncovered, and a very questionable new use for Red Bull.
When a bro loves a bro, it’s a beautiful thing, bro.
You are who you are because of Seinfeld. Sorry.
It’s been 15 years since Seinfeld went off the air. Here is a wonderful behind-the-scenes look at the final days of the show.
It’s still not too late for Clarissa Now.
Looking back to 20 years ago, at what really mattered to us then.
Grab a booth at Monk’s Café and prepare to test your knowledge on the “show about nothing.”
They sell “posters about nothing.” All your bare-walled-apartment woes have hereby been solved.
“Seinfeld Babies” even parodies the “The Contest.”
I take it back. George is the most relatable person on Seinfeld.
Plus a job in porn identification, the most horrifying snake in existence, and stunning photos of sunset over Chinese rivers.
Plus the Soup Nazi takes on the gun lobby, a brilliantly insane McDonald’s promo, and Fraggle Rock’s bizarre obsession with death.
Some of your favorite TV characters could have been played by completely different actors. Prepare to have your mind blown.
Plus a capybara who adopted puppies, the guy who wants to replace food, and the most intense recruiting letter in the world.
Elaine Benes is the most relatable TV character of all time. End of story.
15 precious seconds of adorable German-language insanity.
BRB, strange water in eyes. Damn you, LIFE.
A look back on the best pseudonyms from the characters of Seinfeld.
Do the opposite of these things and nothing bad will ever happen to you on Valentine’s Day.
Welcome to February or whatever you call it.
The characters from nearly all of your favorite TV shows, from The Simpsons to Lost to Seinfeld, can be traced back to Detective Munch of Law & Order: SVU. He knows everyone.
Artist Erin Bernas Pearce ordered custom-made George Costanza print fabric, then hand-sewed a lovely party dress for New Year’s. I would strangle at least 20 puppies for this.
Another year, another slew of New Year’s resolutions. What would yours have looked like 20 years ago?
The Seinfeld creator made a hilarious cartoon for Funny or Die based on his memories of Thanksgiving in Brooklyn with his family.
Game of Thrones, a show about nothing.
Seinfeld announced on Twitter Wednesday night that he’d be stopping by comedian Colin Quinn’s set at the Creek and the Cave in Long Island City.
And if you were wondering (and I know that you are) Jerry Seinfeld DOES bring up Michael Richards’s “incident.”