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Shows like ‘Seinfeld’ and ‘Friends,’ they have, like, one or two damn characters throughout the whole series that are minorities.
It’s always interesting for me to watch the pilot of an established show because you see how the writers and actors weren’t really sure what the show was and what the dynamics were. If you look at the pilot for ‘Seinfeld,’ for example, it’s practically unrecognizable.
I’ve seen every episode of ‘Seinfeld.’
I always felt that it was easier to take a funny person and teach them to write television than to take somebody who was a television writer and make them funny. And I discovered a lot of great writers that went on to do a lot of great shows like ‘Seinfeld,’ ‘Friends,’ you know, ‘Three and a Half Men.’
I love ‘Seinfeld.’
Jerry Seinfeld is amazing in many ways, not the least of them his ability to find humor, and convincing us to find it, too, in the million-and-two details about modern life that under different circumstances might send us into paroxysms of rage.
I’m not a Larry David. I don’t have a ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm‘ and a ‘Seinfeld’ in me.
I can watch an episode of Jerry Seinfeld, and by the end, I’m just walking around my house, you know, talking like Jerry Seinfeld. ‘What is that? What are you doing? Who is it? What’s going‘ – you know, I just had that thing, when I grew up, I’d just start talking like people. You know, I always had that.
I love Larry David’s take on things in ‘Seinfeld’, which is that you shouldn’t try to help people because it’ll always put you into new situations which are unpleasant.
I remember when I got a part on ‘Seinfeld’ it was like an out of body experience, I was so excited.
I watch sitcoms like Seinfeld, and here’s a newsflash, but what a great show.
I don’t have much time for TV shows, but if I did, I’d watch ‘Seinfeld’ reruns.
We have a lot of American TV in Australia. I grew up watching ‘Seinfeld,’ ‘The Simpsons‘ and those prime time TV shows over the years that feature grown-ups and high school kids. We had a saturation of American voices.
Not Going Out’ is a pretty neutral sitcom – to quote the ‘Seinfeld’ thing, it’s not really about anything.
When anyone pitches me – and I’ve heard it a million times: ‘It’s the black Seinfeld,’ or, ‘It’s the new version of something that’s already been successful‘ – I immediately shut it off. I won’t ever entertain doing ‘the new version of such-and-such.’
And Seinfeld is so quick: we crank out one show a week, and the hours are very reasonable.
Even when I watch it, I laugh, because I think, ‘That’s me! I’m on ‘Seinfeld.”
I was raised in the ’90s. I love ‘Seinfeld.’
Just as like the music industry still wishes for the days when it controlled its own production and distribution, the media and marketing world still yearns for the silver bullet of the thirty-second spot on ‘Seinfeld,’ even as it knows those days are over.
He’d never seen Seinfeld, so he didn’t know who Puddy was or anything.
Jerry Seinfeld made a puddle, I stepped in it, and wonderful things happened.
I remember watching an episode of ‘Seinfeld’ in which George can’t understand why security guards can’t sit down. He gets obsessed with it and eventually buys a chair for a security guard who sits down and goes to sleep. The shop gets robbed. That’s a brilliant extrapolation of what is essentially observational comedy.
I watched Season 1 through 9 of ‘Seinfeld’ bloopers one day, just having a ball. It’s fun to see people having fun.
I hate shows, personally, where people stand around tossing stuff at each other, and any character can say any line, because you don’t believe any of these characters care for each other. I used to fight with my friends who wrote on ‘Seinfeld,’ because they had such great pride in saying it was a show about nothing.
Some of the greatest shows in history – ‘Seinfeld,’ ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ and ‘House’ – had puny starts but the benefit of schedule protection, increasingly scarce in today‘s DVR world. Cable nets can tolerate small ratings, building hits in progress like ‘Breaking Bad,’ or marathon their way to a ‘Duck Dynasty.’