History Trivia / Seinfeld

1st Feb '16 8:41:52 AM case
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* Two tropes are snowclones of the "No soup for you" meme: ** NoExportForYou ** NoDubForYou
12th Oct '15 10:04:15 AM speedyboris
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* LeslieNielsenSyndrome: John O'Hurley as J. Peterman. Before this, he was mostly known for dramatic roles, including on soap operas. But his CloudCuckoolander portrayal of J. Peterman opened the door for more comedic roles in other movies/shows, including as the first King Neptune in ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''.
3rd Sep '15 2:54:43 PM maxwellsilver
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* PostScriptSeason: Most of the production staff considers season eight to be a "bonus" season and season nine an "extra bonus" season, as they wanted to end the series after season seven.
8th Aug '15 10:16:18 AM LiamA
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** This isn't the first Kramer's been in [[Film/{{ProblemChild}} prison]].
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** This isn't the first time Kramer's been in [[Film/{{ProblemChild}} prison]].
8th Aug '15 10:15:48 AM LiamA
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** This isn't the first Kramer's been in [[Film/{{ProblemChild}} prison]].
27th Jun '15 10:48:39 AM SirSapphire
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* {{Corpsing}}: Jerry is unable to hold in his laughter during Library Detective Bookman's monologues. The fact that he's played by Phillip Baker Hall, and delivers them completely straight probably hast something to do with it.
16th Jun '15 3:49:14 PM anonexistentuser
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* EditedForSyndication: Most episodes feature little dialog cuts here and there to save time for more commercials.
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* EditedForSyndication: Most episodes feature little dialog cuts here and there to save time for more commercials. Also, a 2015 Website/{{Cracked}} article pointed out that TBS speeds up reruns by about 7%; you can see a comparison [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6i1VVikRu0 here]].
3rd Jun '15 1:40:28 PM MartyD82
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Almost twenty years after its airing, the most controversial twist ever on the show (Susan's death) was revealed by [[WordOfGod Jason Alexander himself]] to be more than just a creative decision: Heidi Swedberg was reportedly very difficult to work with. While the writers knew they needed to end her engagement to George somehow[[note]]by virtue of the "No Hugging, No Learning" rule[[/note]], the idea of actually ''killing'' her stemmed from a remark Julia Louis Dreyfus made during a cast lunch after a particularly excruciating bit of filming with Swedberg: "Don't you just wanna kill her?"
27th May '15 10:38:05 AM Alvin
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* {{Defictionalization}}: For a while during TheTurnOfTheMillennium, Eggo had toaster muffin tops. In fact, their advertising gimmick to get people to "Leggo" your Eggo muffin tops was to pretend you were having muffin ''stumps''.
14th May '15 10:35:05 AM Zenmiester
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* EnforcedMethodActing: Writers Gregg Kavet and Andy Robin have admitted to changing Jerry Stiller's lines during production of "The Fatigues" to get Frank Costanza to speak with noticeable pauses.
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