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BTWF: Tim DeKay on Seinfeld
May 7th, 2024 under Before They Were Famous, Seinfeld. [ Comments: none ]

Before Tim DeKay was working with someone who was always pretending not to be himself on White Collar, he was pretending to be Jerry Seinfeld on Seinfeld! How much did you love seeing a different side of the 33-year-old in that 1996 episode?


Michael Richards comes out of hiding
May 1st, 2024 under Seinfeld. [ Comments: none ]

In the ’90s, everyone loved Michael Richards as Kramer on Seinfeld. But then, in 2006, the comedian went on a racist rant during a set at the Laugh Factor.

Since then, he has rarely been seen. However, yesterday, he came up to support his old boss, Jerry Seinfeld, at the premiere of the latter’s movie Unfrosted, which debuts Friday on Netflix.

I can feel the frost coming through the photo because, to me, both men come off as cold individuals, unlike Jason Alexander, who played a prick on the sitcom but is a really nice guy in real life.


BTWF: Courteney Cox on Seinfeld
January 31st, 2024 under Before They Were Famous, Courteney Cox, Seinfeld. [ Comments: none ]

Before Courteney Cox was married to Chandler on Friends, she was dating Jerry on Seinfeld. How beautiful was the 29-year-old in that 1994 episode.


BTWF: Jon Favreau on Seinfeld
January 30th, 2024 under Before They Were Famous, Seinfeld. [ Comments: none ]

Before Jon Favreau was Happy Hogan in the Iron Man movies, he was Eric the Clown on Seinfeld. How funny was the 27-year-old in that 1994 episode?


Jerry Seinfeld says he is going to right the wrong of the Seinfeld ending
October 10th, 2023 under Seinfeld. [ Comments: none ]


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The series finale of Seinfeld is one of the most panned finales in all of TV history, and fans are still not over it after 25 years.

On Saturday, when Seinfeld was answering questions from his fans in Boston, someone asked him what he thought of the ending of his sitcom.

“Well, I have a little secret for you about the ending. But I can’t really tell it. Cause it is a secret,” the comedian told the fan. “Here’s what I will tell you, OK? But you cannot tell anybody. Something is going to happen that has to do with that ending. It hasn’t happened yet. And just what you are thinking about. Larry [David] and I have also been thinking about. So you’ll see.”

The audience responded with loud screams of happiness, and thunderous applause.

It will be interesting to see what David and Seinfeld have planned for us to make up for that shitty ending. And it will be even more interesting to see how they will be able to uncancel Michael Richards, who has pretty much been cancelled since he went on a racist tirade during a stand-up performance in 2006.


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