History YMMV / Seinfeld

26th Aug '17 6:34:14 AM speedyboris
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** Kurt in "The Little Jerry". First of all, he had been shaving his head for the swim team, and only decided to let his hair grow back in to impress Elaine. When he's depressed that his hair isn't growing back on the top of his head, why doesn't he just continue to shave his entire head to look like he did before? Then, at the end of the episode, he's arrested for looking like George. All he had to do was show his driver's license and that would've cleared things up immediately. But what does he do instead? He punches the cop and gets over a year in prison.
17th Aug '17 11:48:41 AM DrOO7
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* HeartwarmingInHindsight: "The Limo" episode, which featured New Yorkers banding together to rally against neo-Nazism becomes this in light of the deadly Charlottesville protests of August 2017. Particularly since the episode was coincidentally--or perhaps not--rerun the very day afterwards.
21st May '17 8:43:01 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Does Kramer have UsefulNotes/AspergersSyndrome? Even though he is unemployed and generally bumbles his way through life, he does display signs of intelligence throughout the series, particularly of the GeniusDitz / IdiotSavant variety (many of his business ideas and inventions are pretty clever). Moreover, he doesn't seem to understand the norms of social behavior or even general human behavior; he has no sense of tact (as evidenced by telling a woman she looks pregnant, and another that she should get a nose job), he's physically clumsy, he has odd tics and other repetitive behaviors, and he often doesn't pick up on Jerry's sarcasm. It's a wonder he has friends at all, let alone several girlfriends - but then again, he is the KavorkaMan.

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Does Kramer have UsefulNotes/AspergersSyndrome? UsefulNotes/AspergerSyndrome? Even though he is unemployed and generally bumbles his way through life, he does display signs of intelligence throughout the series, particularly of the GeniusDitz / IdiotSavant variety (many of his business ideas and inventions are pretty clever). Moreover, he doesn't seem to understand the norms of social behavior or even general human behavior; he has no sense of tact (as evidenced by telling a woman she looks pregnant, and another that she should get a nose job), he's physically clumsy, he has odd tics and other repetitive behaviors, and he often doesn't pick up on Jerry's sarcasm. It's a wonder he has friends at all, let alone several girlfriends - but then again, he is the KavorkaMan.
2nd May '17 12:28:22 PM PresidentExpert
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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 Childs 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 Childs 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''.
29th Apr '17 12:42:34 PM maxwellsilver
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** At one point, Kramer was so popular that the directors had to insist that the studio audience not applaud for him, as it would go on for so long that it'd mess up the timing of the show.
29th Apr '17 11:12:34 AM AdamC
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** In "The Fatigues," George intentionally fails an eye exam so he can get a book on tape as he can't stand reading anymore. This is used to show what a lazy and unscrupulous person he is, but after the TurnOfTheMillennium, books on tape became very common, easy to get, and it's considered perfectly normal for those who aren't blind to use them.

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** In "The Fatigues," George intentionally fails an eye exam so he can get a book on tape as he can't stand reading anymore. This is used to show what a lazy and unscrupulous person he is, but after the TurnOfTheMillennium, books on tape became very common, easy to get, and it's considered perfectly normal for those who aren't blind to use them. He ''does'' still defraud a charity organization that records books-on-tape for the visually impaired though, so there's that.
23rd Apr '17 7:17:04 AM alnair20aug93
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* FandomRivalry: Against Series/{{Friends}} during TheNineties.

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* FandomRivalry: Against Series/{{Friends}} ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' and ''Series/{{Friends}}'' during TheNineties.
23rd Apr '17 7:14:29 AM alnair20aug93
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* FandomRivalry: Against Series/{{Friends}} during TheNineties.
20th Apr '17 6:12:18 AM NWolfman
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** A very young Creator/DrakeBell cameos as the beginning of "The Frogger" as the punk who messes up at the game when George distracts him.
19th Apr '17 3:27:45 AM NWolfman
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* ProtectionFromEditors: Not surprisingly, Jerry Seinfeld and co. were given carte blanch to do whatever they wanted the last two seasons and responded by writing broader stories that would require bigger budgets. The elephant at the beginning of "The Betrayal"? The writer of the episode put it in ''because he could.''
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