History YMMV / Seinfeld

5th Jan '18 2:14:05 PM Troper9
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** Larry David guest-stared in an episode of ''Series/HannahMontana'' alongside his daughters, where one points out who he is and that he created ''Seinfeld''. The two shows are now linked to each other through the [[Series/StElsewhere Tommy Westfall hypothesis]] after ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'' (the sequel series to ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'') is added to the Franchise/DisneyChannelLiveActionUniverse.
12th Dec '17 3:41:16 PM Hawaii_Knut
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** George shoving himself though kids and an old lady on walkers to get away from the fire in "The Fire". That's an icredibly despicable thing to do and if it was done by any other, that would be a MoralEventHorizon. With [[DirtyCoward George]], it's in-character and funny.

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** George shoving himself though kids and an old lady on walkers to get away from the fire in "The Fire". That's an icredibly despicable thing to do and if it was done by any other, that it would be a MoralEventHorizon. MoralEventHorizon and likely resulting with DudeNotFunny With [[DirtyCoward George]], it's in-character and funny.
8th Nov '17 3:14:20 PM Pren
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** "The Chinese Restaurant" features a ShoutOut to ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'', as Jerry and Joel Hodgson were good friends. Jerry had a guest appearance in the show's 2017 revival.
4th Nov '17 5:02:49 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* NeverLiveItDown: The season finale is practically made of this, with its decidedly DownerEnding still earning its share of mockery among fans to this day.
27th Oct '17 2:30:14 AM Hawaii_Knut
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** George shoving himself though kids and an old lady on walkers to get away from the fire in "The Fire". That's an icredibly despicable thing to do and if it was done by any other, that would be a MoralEventHorizon. With [[DirtyCoward George]], it's in-character and funny.
27th Oct '17 1:38:33 AM jormis29
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** The show is known for being filled with ''Superman'' references (To the point that there was an urban legend that there was one in every episode). Kramer's attorney Jackie Chiles would later play ''Martian Manhunter'' in the Superman-themed series ''Smallville'' and Larry would later star alongside future Superman Henry Cavill in ''Whatever Works''.

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** The show is known for being filled with ''Superman'' references (To the point that there was an urban legend that there was one in every episode). Kramer's attorney Jackie Chiles would later play ''Martian Manhunter'' in the Superman-themed series ''Smallville'' ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' and Larry would later star alongside future Superman Henry Cavill in ''Whatever Works''.''Film/WhateverWorks''.
22nd Oct '17 7:09:51 PM abscake
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** Similarly, Elaine being written like one of the boys makes some of her actions more than a little sapphic.
8th Oct '17 10:29:00 AM nombretomado
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* WeirdAlEffect: Some people are more familiar with George's answering machine message ("Believe it or not, George isn't at home...") than ''TheGreatestAmericanHero'', whose theme ("Believe it or not, I'm walking on air...") it was based on.

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* WeirdAlEffect: Some people are more familiar with George's answering machine message ("Believe it or not, George isn't at home...") than ''TheGreatestAmericanHero'', ''Series/TheGreatestAmericanHero'', whose theme ("Believe it or not, I'm walking on air...") it was based on.
2nd Oct '17 4:05:00 PM DrOO7
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*** And several other episodes--"The Shoes", "The Gum"--where Elaine's was a slight plot point.

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*** And several other episodes--"The Shoes", "The Gum"--where Elaine's cleavage was a slight plot point.
29th Sep '17 3:41:24 PM DrOO7
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*** And the episode where she gets Jerry obsessed with whether or not his girlfriend has implants. After accidentally touching them, she's now certain that they're real, because "I've touched mine." This was presumably during the course of the self-exams that women were once widely encouraged to do.
*** And several other episodes--"The Shoes", "The Gum"--where Elaine's was a slight plot point.
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