A Not-So-Subtle ‘Seinfeld’ Fan Just Trolled ‘Ask Amy’ By Seeking Advice For A Classic Plot


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If we’re talking about classic episodes of Seinfeld, season three’s “The Boyfriend” is high up there. The two-part episode features a top-notch performance from Mets first baseman Keith Hernandez as himself and has one of the more memorable scenes in the history of the show when Kramer and Newman recreate their loogie incident at a Mets game in a spoof of Oliver Stone’s movie JFK.

It might be a little old, but the episodes are well known, have sparked some minor cultural references, and ensured that Keith Hernandez will always have something shouted at him before Mets games. So that’s why it’s a little odd that Amy Dickinson, aka Ask Amy, got fooled so hard by one Seinfeld fan.

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