04:38 PM EDT 09/08/2014
Originally posted 08/28/2014 08:25AM
Stephen Lee, the character actor who hilariously played an overly loquacious cabinet installer on Seinfeld – among dozens of other roles on TV and in the movies – has died at 58.
Originally posted 08/27/2014 12:25PM
Call it rekindled showmance.
At the Emmy Awards on Monday, big winners Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Bryan Cranston turned up the heat with a passionate (staged) kiss that reminded Seinfeld fans of his role on that show as her love interest, Tim Whatley.
Originally posted 08/25/2014 09:20PM
This is one moment she won't "yadda, yadda, yadda."
Originally posted 07/11/2014 04:55PM
Despite what Public Enemy may have said, 1989 wasn't just "another summer". Though history is rarely that neat, the final summer of the '80s saw the slow fade of many of the decade's icons, as well as the launch of some of the '90s' most enduring pop-culture institutions.
In terms of cultural legacy, the summer of '89 might not be able to compete with its predecessor of two decades prior – Woodstock and Bryan Adams will do that – but 25 years later, we're still feeling its impact.
Whether you remember it or not, relive the summer of acid wash, hair metal and Do the Right Thing below.
Originally posted 07/03/2014 01:05PM
Seinfeld is celebrating its 25th anniversary – not that there's anything wrong with that.
On July 5, 1989, Jerry, George and the rest of the gang sat down at the diner for the first time, changing sitcoms forever. To mark this comedic milestone, we've taken the Seinfeld cast through a spin in our Photoshop time machine, back to the show's first years. (You might call us the original double dippers.)
See Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer posing with their younger selves, below.
Originally posted 07/05/2014 08:00AM
The very first episode of Seinfeld was broadcast July 5, 1989.
Originally posted 06/18/2014 03:00PM
But only if we get to hang out with the Huxtables, the Keatons, the Simpsons and more!
Originally posted 04/09/2014 02:45PM
Baby's got back!
Originally posted 04/06/2014 09:10PM
John Pinette, the chubby stand-up comedian who portrayed a hapless carjacking victim in the final episode of Seinfeld, has died. He was 50.
Originally posted 03/27/2014 06:00PM
In this current Golden Age of Television, many of our biggest shows follow what one might call the HBO Rule of Drama: Use each season's penultimate episode for the fireworks, and spend the finale picking up the pieces.
Fortunately, there are still shows out there practicing the ancient art of the season finale cliffhanger – most notably Showtime's Shameless, which wrapped up its fourth season Sunday night by bringing back Justin Chatwin's Steve Wilton, a former boyfriend to Fiona Gallagher (Emmy Rossum), who fans thought murdered at the end of the previous season.
In honor of the throwback nature of the drama's surprising twist – seriously, it was straight out of the Dallas playbook – let's go back in time and run through some of the most shocking finales in TV history. (We're talking season finales here, not series; that's a whole other listicle.) Warning: Major spoilers for all shows below.
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