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Seinfeld

  1. Happy Festivus! Hulu Nabs Exclusive Streaming Rights to Seinfeld in Almost $180 Million Deal

    The characters of Seinfeld couldn't even have begun to imagine the idea of streaming television, what with their VHS tapes of Mets games and Melrose Place viewing parties. But they've finally made it to the future as Hulu just announced a deal with Sony Pictures TV for all 180 episodes. You heard that right, they're paying almost $1 million per episode. Hoochie mama!

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  2. Things We Saw Today: How To Assemble Your Ikea Xenomorph

    In space, no one can hear you screw!

    Cartoonist Ed Harrington has a series of IKEA-style instructions for assembling beloved movie monsters.

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  3. Seinfeld2000 Now Has Its Own Video Game, Commence The Junior Mint Tossing

    Imagen Seinfeld was never canceled and still NBC comedy program today?

    Ever wanted to throw Junior Mints into the open wound of a surgery patient while Miley Cyrus comes at you like a giant wrecking ball and Elaine Bennis screams at you to get out? Then we found an online game that you might enjoy. It's very refreshing.

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  4. “Jerry’s Place VR” Lets You Explore Seinfeld’s Apartment With an Oculus Rift Headset

    Just don't try to burst through the door like Kramer does, because the door does not really exist.

    Do you wish that you and your friends were so compelling and interesting that you could talk about nothing on broadcast television for nine years and get Emmy's for it? Do you also wish you lived in an apartment that transcends the rules of modern urban planning? Have we got the virtual reality program for you!

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  5. We’re Uncomfortable With How Well This Mashup of The Ring and Seinfeld Works [Video]

    It almost makes us want to watch the movie again! Except no, wait, that was terrifying.

    The people who brought you Game of Thrones Meets Seinfeld and Breaking Bad meets Seinfeld are at it again, this time with a few choice scenes from The Ring set to the now infamous bassline and laugh track. Was The Ring actually this funny? All we remember is the creepy black haired chick.

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  6. Breaking Bad Set to Seinfeld Music and Laugh Track

    This was supposed to be "The Summer of Walt!" THE SUMMER OF WAAALT.

    Matin Comedy, aka the people who put laugh tracks behind your favorite dramatic television programs, are at it again -- now Breaking Bad's been given the Seinfeld treatment. It is equal parts hilarious and uncomfortable, right down to the now-infamous pizza toss that is really a classic George Costanza move when you think about it.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: A Sweet Wreck-It Ralph Superhero

    Things We Saw Today

    This Vanellope von Schweetz superhero cosplay deserves a medal. Cosplayer Anti Ai-chan's costume is perfect, right down to the cupcake wrapper skirt. Check out the rest of her group of super Disney characters during SDCC. (Photo by Eurobeat Kasumi Photography via io9)

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  8. Game of Thrones Characters Become Slightly Less Murderous in Arrested Development, Mad Men, and Seinfeld

    "Now the story of seven kingdoms that lost their King, and the one seven or so contenders for the throne who had no choice but to kill all their rivals keep them all together." Artist Kyle Hilton's mashups of Game of Thrones with Mad Men and Seinfeld are after the jump.

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  9. Game of Thrones As A Comedy Works Remarkably Well [VIDEO]

    You know nothing Jon Snow

    Who knew adding a laugh track (ala Seinfeld) to some really emotionally heavy scenes from HBO's Game of Thrones would work? Matin Comedy, apparently. While only a select few scenes are chosen for this video, something tells me a lot are in for a good laugh. (via Cheezburger) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  10. Game of Thrones Set to Seinfeld Music and Laugh Track [Video]

    Game of Thrones is a truly epic series with engaging characters, compelling story lines, and so much nudity. It's nearly the perfect television show, but there's something missing. That something is a laugh track and the slap and pop bass grooves of the Seinfeld theme song. Thankfully, someone has finally put them all together.

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  11. Phil Morris, Star Of Justice League: Doom, Talks Being A Geek, & Future Comic Adaptations

    Interview

    Phil Morris has played a Jem'Hadar, a Martian, and a lawyer. Quite the interesting combination. Yes, you've seen him in several Star Trek incarnations, but most fans either know him as John Jones (Martian Manhunter) from Smallville or Jackie Chiles, the fast-talking lawyer from Seinfeld. But the actor has a lengthy voice acting career under his belt as well and most recently took on the role of immortal Vandal Savage in the Warner Home Video release, Justice League: Doom, in stores today. The Mary Sue recently got a chance to speak with Morris about the role, his career as a whole, and his huge comic book collection. 

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  12. Jerry Seinfeld Reunites with Soup Nazi in Another Super Bowl Ad Attempting to Tickle Our Nostalgia Bone

    First it was Matthew Broderick reprising the role of Ferris Bueller to promote Honda, now another Super Bowl car commercial features Jerry Seinfeld reuniting with the Soup Nazi in order to promote the new Acura NSX. The video, seen after the break, features Seinfeld following around some guy in order to pry the first Acura NSX off his hands, offering him a wide variety of add services and products in the Acura's place. One of those products is the Soup Nazi, who sternly spouts, "Soup for you," a variant on, well, you know. How do you feel about this year's Super Bowl resurrecting some of your old favorite characters in order to promote cars?

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  13. 10 Made-Up Holidays That Are Totally Not Christmas

    Power Grid

    So the network says you have to have a Christmas special, even though your characters live in a science fiction universe where Christianity has never existed. Or they're living in a year with A.D. in front of it. Or they're rabbits. What to do? Why, make up a completely Not-Christmas Yuletide holiday, and tell your viewers to say the Mantra. This Power Grid originally ran last year on Geekosystem, and now it's contributing to us having a happy holiday! Enjoy!

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  14. Time to Air Your Grievances, Festivus is Upon Us [Infographic]

    For those that are sick of holiday cheer, or feel they can't happily celebrate anything while suffering people are still in the world (or something), never fear, for Festivus is almost here. Created by writer Dan O'Keefe as a holiday people can celebrate without participating in the "pressures" of commercialization, his son Daniel, a screenwriter for Seinfeld, introduced the holiday to the world through George Costanza's father's holiday beliefs. The secular holiday is celebrated on December 23, and consists of time-honored traditions, such as the Airing of Grievances and the Feats of Strength, because who doesn't want to argue with and physically fight their loved ones to celebrate the holiday season? Detailed information presented in a visual medium after the break. If only that kind of thing had a singular word to describe it.

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  15. Imagine the Amazing Potential of Seinfeld and Social Media

    Mutatis Mutandis

    Ahhhh, remember Seinfeld? If you can't it's probably on TV right now. But in case you're not near a TV, think back to Seinfeld's heyday, when phones and computers looked ... like they do in the picture above. Some very smart people over at C-Section Comics were wondering what Seinfeld would have been like had there been all the social media and technology that we have today. What happened next was a series of comics that really make us wonder what could have been. Or what could have been perfect, because, seriously -- what better show to talk about social media than the show that was about nothing?

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  16. Character Actress Frances Bay Dies At 92. She Could “Swear Like a Fishwife.”

    so long and thanks for all the fish

    Frances Bay, whose career spanned decades and didn't even start until she was in her 50s, passed away this past Thursday at the age of 92. Born in 1919 in Mannville, Alberta, Canada, she scored her first film in 1978 -- Foul Play -- and went on to appear in several popular TV shows and films including Happy Days, Seinfeld, and Happy Gilmore, in which she was memorably threatened by a mustachioed Ben Stiller.

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  17. Len Lesser, “Uncle Leo” from Seinfeld, Dies at 88

    Len Lesser, the actor who played Uncle Leo on Seinfeld, died yesterday in Burbank, California from cancer-related pneumonia. Lesser's daughter Michelle:

    "Heaven got a great comedian and actor today.

    The outpouring of sympathy we've already received has been amazing and is so greatly appreciated. Thank you to all the people who helped make my father's last journey special and surrounded with love."

    Though he'll most likely be remembered for his gig on Seinfeld, Lesser's IMDB page displays a long, impressive career, including spots on Get Smart, The Munsters, Bonanza, All in the Family, and even shows as recent as 'Til Death and Castle.

    Hopefully Len Lesser is finding wallets and watches in that great big trashcan in the sky.

    (via CBS News)

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  18. Seinfeld Re-Cut Makes Jerry Look Like a Supervillain

    YouTube user TRMUS1C makes these fun videos of Seinfeld where bits of the show (mostly) taken out of context are cut together, some dramatic music is added, and a new story is hatched without having many ties to the actual episodes that contain the scenes. Above is a cut wherein Jerry the Great attempts to take over the world with his evil cohort George, until Jerry sells his partner out, which is something that would totally happen to George.

    Other Seinfeld cuts can be seen on TRMUS1C's YouTube channel, which include an inspirational take on George's life, something which the character probably could've used.

    (reddit via The High Definite)

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  19. 17 Fun Facts About Seinfeld

    Whether you like it or not, NBC's Seinfeld is still heralded by many as one of television's best shows to date. There's the occasional fun fact about the show that most people know, such as how there's a Superman reference in every episode, but there are various other fun facts of which someone people may be unaware, which is what the detailed infographic after the jump is for.

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  20. The Cast of Seinfeld as DC Superheroes

    Inspired casting by Dave Wachter. I do love the fact that George/Batman is holding a golf ball. See also: Julie Bell's Seinfeld/Star Wars mashup. (Dave Wachter via Super Punch)

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