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Originally posted 06/05/2015 11:50AM
After comments he made on Wednesday's Howard Stern Show about his former Seinfeld costar Heidi Swedberg were taken out of context, Jason Alexander took to Twitter to clear the air.
"To Heidi, I personally apologize," Alexander, 55, wrote in a lengthy TwitLonger. "You are a sweetheart. I actually launched into this on Stern to defend you. But this is why I'm not a lawyer. Now everybody, calm down and just enjoy the reruns and think, 'Why did he think this wasn't working? This is great.' "
Originally posted 06/03/2015 09:40AM
After years and years of sneaking snippets of Seinfeld reruns at the gym, the "show about nothing" is finally coming to our computers in easily streamable, easily bingeable form.
Thanks to a $180 million deal with Sony Pictures Television, every episode of Seinfeld will be on Hulu starting June 24, and we've already planned a couple of sick days for the occasion.
In anticipation of the release, we've put together this quiz of Seinfeld trivia. Find out if you're the ultimate superfan, or whether you have some serious studying to do before June 24.
Originally posted 04/29/2015 03:25PM
Seinfeld is finally coming to a computer near you.
According to Variety, Hulu has signed a subscription video-on-demand deal with Sony Pictures Television that will bring all 180 episodes of the comedy to the streaming service starting in June.
To mark this 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 04/24/2015 06:45PM
Believe it or not, but Kat Dennings' been using George Costanza's iconic voicemail jingle from Seinfeld as her own – and last night she got the man himself to rerecord it for her.
Originally posted 03/18/2015 01:10PM
Looking back 25 years later, Pretty Woman's depiction of the Los Angeles prostitution scene was pretty misleading. The average Hollywood hooker probably shouldn't have expected to be swept into a life of luxury by a kindhearted millionaire. Let's hope adequate reality checks were provided before anyone hopped on a bus to follow in Vivian's thigh-high boots.
Originally posted 07/05/2014 08:00AM
The very first episode of Seinfeld was broadcast July 5, 1989.
Originally posted 02/26/2014 11:25AM
It's easy to see why the Internet has fallen in love with online personality quizzes. With a few short clicks, taking one of those tests puts us in a comforting world where simple consumer choices – "What's your favorite takeout food?" – reveal deep truths about our unique personalities and goals. After getting our results back, the messy, chaotic world becomes just a little bit easier to understand.
But recently, a few celebs have exposed a dark secret at the heart of these quizzes: They are not always 100% accurate. Below, a selection of celebrities who have taken online personality quizzes, only to find out that they were not themselves. Gasp!
Originally posted 02/12/2014 12:30PM
Craig Ferguson confronted Jason Alexander about a taboo topic Tuesday night: his hairpiece.
"I do standup comedy called 'An Evening With Jason Alexander and His Hair,'" Alexander explained to Ferguson. "The hair has billing and an agent and I had to wear it on your show."
"It cost a bloody fortune," he added.
Originally posted 01/30/2014 02:00PM
Seinfeld's coming back – but the details are more yada yada than concrete.
Jerry Seinfeld confirmed a reunion of his eponymous '90s sitcom is happening – at least, sort of.
The comedian, whose popular – and quotable – show about a quartet of narcissistic New Yorkers wrapped in 1998 after a nine-year run, gave away a few details about the project while appearing on a sports radio talk show Thursday, according to CBS New York.
Originally posted 01/14/2014 01:00PM
There was a Seinfeld reunion in New York City Monday.
Two of the show's stars – Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander – were spotted walking outside of Tom’s Restaurant. In case you don't have our encyclopedic knowledge of the long-running '90s show, that's the revered NYC deli on Broadway and West 112th Street that fans of the show know better as Monk's. Many of the most famous scenes from Seinfeld were set inside soundstage replicas of the diner's booths.
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