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For Michael Richards's 65th birthday, we examine just how terrible of a friend and neighbor Cosmo Kramer was to Jerry Seinfeld.
Jerry Seinfeld did another Reddit AMA, and he dropped a little info about when we might see "Seinfeld" on Netflix.
If you thought it was all a joke, the 'Seinfeld' emoji are actually here and available for free on iTunes.
In a early-season episode of 'Seinfeld' that was scrapped because it was too provocative, Larry Charles had actually given Kramer a different first name.
The guys behind the 'Seinfeld' Current Day Twitter account have created 'Seinfeld' emojis that are sure to be an instant hit.
Teri Hatcher's love of Larry David is real, and it's spectacular.
What do you get when you have a bunch of ladies doing 'The Elaine' dance at a minor league baseball game? Magic.
Let's celebrate 'Seinfeld's' 25th anniversary with some random trivia about its forgotten pilot episode.
The original pilot for 'Seinfeld' debuted on July 5, 1989 to very little praise because it just wasn't good. But how well does it age?
"Seinfeld" turns 25 this Saturday, so let's have a look at 25 of the show's most useful GIFs.
Oprah as an ICP Juggalo will give you nightmares for a month.
If you enjoyed the first supercut Television's Greatest Catchphrases, be sure to check out part two.
In honor of 25 years of "Seinfeld," here are the 25 greatest episodes...of "Seinfeld."
Jerry Seinfeld and his wife, Jessica, are on vacation in Greece, and she shared his first ever selfie on Instagram.
Tastefully Offensive put together this supercut featuring some of the most famous catchphrases in television history.
Honorable mention: Jason Mamoa on Baywatch Hawaii.
NBC's Must See TV lineup is dead, so let's reminiscence with some of the greatest NBC Thursday night sitcom episodes.
With the release of 'Neighbors', we thought it would be an appropriate time to reflect back upon some of television's worst neighbors.
What's the deal with a Junior Mint-themed "Seinfeld" video game?
What would it look like if George Costanza had worked for Donald Sterling and the Clippers? Maybe something like this.