As was the term “low talker.”
3. They are all great in their individual storylines.
“DeSoto’s down, but Cosmo’s got the caboose!”
“Faster than a speeding bullet, Lois.”
J. Peterman: adventurous, well-dressed, clueless.
It would have been a bitch to live with Frank and Estelle Costanza in real life, but in the fictional world of Seinfeld, damn were they hilarious to watch.
Jackie Chiles, master of adjectives. “It’s outrageous, egregious, preposterous.”
Was David Puddy an absolute riot? All signs point to yes!
6. Based on his comments, insecurities, and incompetence, you sometimes feel like you’re George Costanza.
This may as well be your life.
9. The sexual euphemisms are the stuff of genius.
11. And there’s the relationship between Jerry and Elaine.
Maybe you wanted them to be a couple. Maybe you definitely didn’t. Either way, they are hilarious together.
12. There will never be another character like Cosmo Kramer. Ever.
To the crazy schemes he gets involved in…
Said when something goes horribly, horribly wrong.
15. It’s pretty much impossible to go through the day without seeing something that reminds you of Seinfeld.
Maybe it’s a food.
18. It’s great to go back and see all the now-famous people that appeared in episodes over the years.
Bryan Cranston as Dr. Tim Whatley.
Mariska auditioning for the part of Elaine in the NBC pilot.
Good to know for work.
22. You’re ok with the fact that, inevitably, some things are outdated now.
Or fashion like this.