07:44 AM EDT 07/09/2014
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 05/15/2014 02:00PM
[YOUTUBE "Z0hQ_C59cyI"] As LFO was fond of reminding us, "Michael J. Fox was Alex P. Keaton" on the hit 1980s sitcom Family Ties, a crucial part of NBC's long-running Thursday night comedy block, which ends with the network's fall 2014 schedule.
But beyond its young star, a number of famous actors also started their journey to fame and fortune with bit parts on the series. To celebrate this week's 25th anniversary of the Family Ties finale (the curtain call of which you can watch above), let's revisit some of the series' most significant cameos.
Originally posted 05/06/2014 11:40AM
PEOPLE Deputy Editor JD Heyman gives an inside look at the annual bash
Originally posted 05/03/2014 10:00PM
Ah, prom night.
The dresses, the dates, the selfies – as per usual, Saturday's White House Correspondents' Association Dinner (a.k.a. nerd prom) gave a whole new meaning to party politics.
As Washington, D.C., rolled out the red carpet for the biggest names in Hollywood (from Julia Louis-Dreyfus to PEOPLE's Most Beautiful Lupita Nyong'o) to mingle with the who's-who of the media and political worlds, there was no shortage of nonpartisan fun. And, thanks to social media, what happens in D.C. doesn't stay in D.C.
Originally posted 04/09/2014 02:45PM
Baby's got back!
Originally posted 04/04/2014 04:00PM
Julia Louis-Dreyfus's Selina Meyer has us in stitches as she seeks the Presidency
Originally posted 03/24/2014 10:00AM
There's a reason why Julia Louis-Dreyfus has been nominated for more lead-actress-in-a-comedy Emmys than anyone else – and we can't wait to see her show off her killer timing and deadpan delivery when the new season of Veep premieres on April 6.
But while we count down the days until the HBO hit returns, we can look back and enjoy some of the deleted scenes featured on the new DVD release of season 2.
The Seinfeld alum has turned awkward moments into an art form as gaffe-prone vice president Selina Meyer, and in the first scene Louis-Dreyfus smiles while squirming on the inside as she tries to impress a journalist (played by Mom's Allison Janney).
Originally posted 02/12/2014 12:10PM
The Veep meets the V.P.
Originally posted 01/18/2014 10:35PM
Six days after turning in a GIF-worthy performance at the Golden Globes, Julia Louis-Dreyfus once again delivered the hilarious moment of the night at Saturday's Screen Actors Guild Awards.
While accepting the SAG Award for outstanding performance by a female actress in a comedy series, the Veep star took a page out of her character Selina Meyer's book, with a shambolic acceptance speech that went wrong in so many brilliant ways.
Louis-Dreyfus began by thanking the Hollywood Foreign Press (the people who give out the Golden Globes), then spoke about the honor of being nominated for an Academy Award, before costar Matt Walsh dug a proper SAG speech out of his pockets.
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