History Heartwarming / Seinfeld

8th Nov '17 3:23:56 PM Pren
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* The show's portrayal of homosexuality in general is stunningly progressive for the time (remember that this was when it still wouldn't be unusual to hear someone drop the other f-bomb). In particular, the discovery of Susan's father's affair with John Cheever is sure to resonate with anyone who stays closeted for fear of how their loved ones will react.
-->"He was the most wonderful man I've ever known! And I loved him deeply, in a way you could never understand."
13th Oct '17 8:57:06 PM DrOO7
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* In "The Face Painter" , Elaine tells Puddy that she doesn't like his face painting habits. He instantly says that if it bothers her that much, he'll quit. It's a sweet moment that's quite the contrast to the jerk he turned into in later seasons.
11th Oct '17 12:57:10 PM DanDruff
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* Most obviously, the montage of still frames, behind-the-scenes footage, bloopers and classic scenes at the end of the penultimate episode, "The Clip Show", set to "[[IsntItIronic Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)]]" by Green Day. We dare anyone who watched Seinfeld during its original run to not break out in goosebumps and feel unable to stop smiling. Doubles as a TearJerker, especially during the line "We hope you had the time of your life", because it was so true. The '90s were the time of most presently-living people's lives, and Seinfeld was the end-all-be-all of their entertainment.

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* Most obviously, the montage of still frames, behind-the-scenes footage, bloopers and classic scenes at the end of the penultimate episode, "The Clip Show", Chronicle", set to "[[IsntItIronic Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)]]" by Green Day. We dare anyone who watched Seinfeld during its original run to not break out in goosebumps and feel unable to stop smiling. Doubles as a TearJerker, especially during the line "We hope you had the time of your life", because it was so true. The '90s were the time of most presently-living people's lives, and Seinfeld was the end-all-be-all of their entertainment.
24th May '17 5:27:13 AM DrOO7
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* George begs Jerry to tone down his funny persona so as not to overshadow him and appeal to his new girlfriend. And Jerry. . . complies. It backfires horribly, of course, with the girl LIKING his morose demeanor, but it's sweet that Jerry was willing to do that for his friend.
23rd May '17 7:50:34 AM DrOO7
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* When Elaine mentions that a date dumped her for being too fat, Jerry seems genuinely angry on her behalf.
29th Apr '17 12:04:21 PM AdamC
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* When Jerry's girlfriend Rachel declines the lobster Kramer has fixed, citing religious prohibitions, Kramer immediately accepts her refusal and tells her that he respects how pious she is. Later, when she sneaks into the kitchen to try some anyway, Kramer is lying in wait, having known she would be tempted. He then refuses to let her have any, knowing that she'll ultimately regret it. The next morning, she sincerely thanks him for his intervention. (Too bad it's all undone by George sneaking some into the scrambled eggs he's given her).

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* When Jerry's girlfriend Rachel declines the lobster Kramer has fixed, citing religious prohibitions, Kramer immediately accepts her refusal and tells her that he respects how pious she is.is ("When you die, you're gonna get special attention."). Later, when she sneaks into the kitchen to try some anyway, Kramer is lying in wait, having known she would be tempted. He then refuses to let her have any, knowing that she'll ultimately regret it. The next morning, she sincerely thanks him for his intervention. (Too bad it's all undone by George sneaking some into the scrambled eggs he's given her).
28th Apr '17 2:01:29 PM speedyboris
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* In "The Beard", when Elaine laments that she couldn't convert her homosexual friend into a straight guy, Jerry responds, "Well there's always a place for you, on our team." A misty-eyed Elaine says, "Yeah, thanks."
26th Apr '17 6:16:49 PM NWolfman
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* "The Tape" has a cute scene of Kramer goofing around with his camcorder while Jerry and Elaine pretend to be a porn director and porn star, respectively, doing an interview. While it's obviously meant to be funny, it's also sweet to just see three friends joking around with one another, trying to get one another to laugh.
15th Apr '17 2:03:14 AM NWolfman
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* Most obviously, the montage of still frames, behind-the-scenes footage, bloopers and classic scenes at the end of the penultimate episode, "The Clip Show", set to "[[IsntItIronic Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)]]" by Green Day. I dare anyone who watched Seinfeld during its original run to not break out in goosebumps and feel unable to stop smiling. Doubles as a TearJerker, especially during the line "We hope you had the time of your life", because it was so true. The '90s were the time of most presently-living people's lives, and Seinfeld was the end-all-be-all of their entertainment.

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* Most obviously, the montage of still frames, behind-the-scenes footage, bloopers and classic scenes at the end of the penultimate episode, "The Clip Show", set to "[[IsntItIronic Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)]]" by Green Day. I We dare anyone who watched Seinfeld during its original run to not break out in goosebumps and feel unable to stop smiling. Doubles as a TearJerker, especially during the line "We hope you had the time of your life", because it was so true. The '90s were the time of most presently-living people's lives, and Seinfeld was the end-all-be-all of their entertainment.
15th Apr '17 2:03:14 AM NWolfman
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