History TearJerker / Seinfeld

6th Feb '18 8:39:09 AM DCorp123
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* [[spoiler: Susan's death in the finale of season seven. While many deaths of Seinfeld characters are either comedic or done off screen, the death of George's beloved fiancee was very tragic and sympathetic. Especially the fact that George himself is responsible for her death because he picked out invitation envelopes for their wedding from a store that has poison glue, which killed Susan after she licked it. Susan's death is considered to be the saddest moment of the entire series. George himself was in pure shock and barely speechless to her death, regardless of his own indecision of getting married in the first place (he did, however, get over it rather quickly and resumed his bachelor life). Not to mention the {{Adult Fear}} of Susan's parents.]]

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* [[spoiler: Susan's death in the finale of season seven. While many deaths of Seinfeld characters are either comedic or done off screen, the death of George's beloved fiancee was very tragic and sympathetic. Especially the fact that George himself is responsible for her death because he picked out invitation envelopes for their wedding from a store that has poison glue, which killed Susan after she licked it. Susan's death is considered to be the saddest moment of the entire series. George himself was in pure shock and barely speechless to her death, regardless of his own indecision of getting married in the first place (he did, however, get over it rather quickly and resumed his bachelor life). Not to mention the {{Adult Fear}} of Susan's parents.]]
* Sure they were [[spoiler: horrible]] people, but the fact that the series ended with [[spoiler: the four characters that we've grown to love for nine years getting arrested is extremely depressing.
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11th Oct '17 1:32:47 PM DanDruff
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* The next-to-last episode, "The Clip Show". At the end, the montage of best moments, bloopers, and behind the scenes footage of the cast members joking and laughing together, while Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) by Green Day plays over it, ending with the cast taking a deep bow for the audience, hand-in-hand... The last slow pans of the quiet, deserted sets of Jerry's apartment and Monk's Cafe, both places that viewers were as familiar with as they were with their own real-life hangouts. Plus the phrases "I hope you had the time of your life" and "For what it's worth, it was worth all the while" .... there are simply no words to describe the exquisitely painful sheer excellence of it. For a sitcom that never had a truly serious emotional moment, it sure invoked a hell of a lot of emotion in its huge viewer share.

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* The next-to-last episode, "The Clip Show".Chronicle". At the end, the montage of best moments, bloopers, and behind the scenes footage of the cast members joking and laughing together, while Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) by Green Day plays over it, ending with the cast taking a deep bow for the audience, hand-in-hand... The last slow pans of the quiet, deserted sets of Jerry's apartment and Monk's Cafe, both places that viewers were as familiar with as they were with their own real-life hangouts. Plus the phrases "I hope you had the time of your life" and "For what it's worth, it was worth all the while" .... there are simply no words to describe the exquisitely painful sheer excellence of it. For a sitcom that never had a truly serious emotional moment, it sure invoked a hell of a lot of emotion in its huge viewer share.
19th Sep '17 12:19:17 AM Nadim
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*** It's a SomebodyDoesntLoveRaymond situation. When George chooses Jerry's girlfriend over his own, his own girlfriend says that she now hates him. George doesn't care, because he's used to his ''own'' girlfriends hating him, just not Jerry's.

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*** It's a SomebodyDoesntLoveRaymond situation. When George chooses Jerry's girlfriend over his own, his own girlfriend says that she now hates him. George doesn't care, because he's used to his ''own'' girlfriends hating him, just not Jerry's.Jerry's.
* [[spoiler: Susan's death in the finale of season seven. While many deaths of Seinfeld characters are either comedic or done off screen, the death of George's beloved fiancee was very tragic and sympathetic. Especially the fact that George himself is responsible for her death because he picked out invitation envelopes for their wedding from a store that has poison glue, which killed Susan after she licked it. Susan's death is considered to be the saddest moment of the entire series. George himself was in pure shock and barely speechless to her death, regardless of his own indecision of getting married in the first place (he did, however, get over it rather quickly and resumed his bachelor life). Not to mention the {{Adult Fear}} of Susan's parents.]]
1st Jan '16 6:19:23 PM oofgnileud
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** George gets a lot of these that border on FridgeHorror. Case in point, when he becomes attracted to Jerry's girlfriend--because she doesn't like him. What does it say about how bad his self-esteem is that he'd want to be with a woman who ''hates'' him?

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** George gets a lot of these that border on FridgeHorror. Case in point, when he becomes attracted to Jerry's girlfriend--because she doesn't like him. What does it say about how bad his self-esteem is that he'd want to be with a woman who ''hates'' him?him?
*** It's a SomebodyDoesntLoveRaymond situation. When George chooses Jerry's girlfriend over his own, his own girlfriend says that she now hates him. George doesn't care, because he's used to his ''own'' girlfriends hating him, just not Jerry's.
21st Aug '15 3:59:10 PM DrOO7
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* George gets a brief one in the Frogger Episode. He overtly declares that the only accomplishment in his life that he cares about is a video game high score.

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* George gets a brief one in the Frogger Episode. He overtly declares that the only accomplishment in his life that he cares about is a video game high score.score.
** George gets a lot of these that border on FridgeHorror. Case in point, when he becomes attracted to Jerry's girlfriend--because she doesn't like him. What does it say about how bad his self-esteem is that he'd want to be with a woman who ''hates'' him?
1st Jul '14 8:07:28 PM sgamer82
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14th May '14 1:19:52 PM VolcanoWorld
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* The next-to-last episode, "The Clip Show". At the end, the montage of best moments, bloopers, and behind the scenes footage of the cast members joking and laughing together, while Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) by Green Day plays over it, ending with the cast taking a deep bow for the audience, hand-in-hand... The last slow pans of the quiet, deserted sets of Jerry's apartment and Monk's Cafe, both places that viewers were as familiar with as they were with their own real-life hangouts. Plus the phrases "I hope you had the time of your life" and "For what it's worth, it was worth all the while" .... there are simply no words to describe the exquisitely painful sheer excellence of it. For a sitcom that never had a truly serious emotional moment, it sure invoked a hell of a lot of emotion in its huge viewer share.

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* The next-to-last episode, "The Clip Show". At the end, the montage of best moments, bloopers, and behind the scenes footage of the cast members joking and laughing together, while Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) by Green Day plays over it, ending with the cast taking a deep bow for the audience, hand-in-hand... The last slow pans of the quiet, deserted sets of Jerry's apartment and Monk's Cafe, both places that viewers were as familiar with as they were with their own real-life hangouts. Plus the phrases "I hope you had the time of your life" and "For what it's worth, it was worth all the while" .... there are simply no words to describe the exquisitely painful sheer excellence of it. For a sitcom that never had a truly serious emotional moment, it sure invoked a hell of a lot of emotion in its huge viewer share.share.

* George gets a brief one in the Frogger Episode. He overtly declares that the only accomplishment in his life that he cares about is a video game high score.
27th Mar '13 10:17:59 PM XFllo
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* The next-to-last episode, "The Clip Show". At the end, the montage of best moments, bloopers, and behind the scenes footage of the cast members joking and laughing together, while Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) by Green Day plays over it, ending with the cast taking a deep bow for the audience, hand-in-hand... The last slow pans of the quiet, deserted sets of Jerry's apartment and Monk's Cafe, both places that viewers were as familiar with as they were with their own real-life hangouts. Plus the phrases "I hope you had the time of your life" and "For what it's worth, it was worth all the while" .... there are simply no words to describe the exquisitely painful sheer excellence of it. For a sitcom that never had a truly serious emotional moment, it sure invoked a hell of a lot of emotion in its huge viewer share.
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