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(The Week)   Seven Seinfeld plots so bizarre and strange, they happened in real life   (theweek.com) divider line 4
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2013-02-08 11:56:01 AM
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doczoidberg: NeoCortex42: doczoidberg: I regret having missed out on this show during its run.

You farkers make it sound hilarious.

Too bad my dumb girlfriend says that she hates it, essentially meaning I'm out of luck.

It holds up pretty well, assuming you can get past the fact that cell phones would have made more than half the plots five minutes long.

I think Always Sunny is sort of the spiritual successor to Seinfeld.  They're both the story of a group of increasingly irredeemable assholes that are somehow portrayed as the protagonists.

It's Always Sunny is my favorite show.

My moron girlfriend hates that, too.

...Come to think of it, she hates almost everything I like. It gives me precious little time to watch anything, really.


doczoidberg, you need to take a cue from George Costanza! Ask your girlfriend to marry you, then buy the cheapest wedding invitations you can find. Put your foot down! When she's putting them together, she'll be poisoned by the toxic adhesive on the envelopes and die, and then you can enjoy all the things you never could before!
2013-02-08 10:38:36 AM
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CSB time

I lived on the Upper West Side during the Seinfeld run and there were many real things in the neighborhood that made it to the show.

1) Everyone knows the Soup Nazi was real.  My first job in NYC was about 50 yards away from his first shop on 55th and he was called "The Soup Nazi" pretty much from the very first day he opened.  All my co-workers called him that long before Seinfeld.  I am not saying we invented it, I am saying it was his hyper-obvious name, like when people call me "Big Nose".  Everyone who met him invented it.  And yes he was a complete dick who yelled at customers constantly.

2) The Citibank on 72nd& Broadway had a customer service rep who was named "Donna Chang".  She was African American.  This has to be the source of The Chinese Woman episode.  Nice lady.

3) Best of all, my beloved P&G, where I was idiot-in-residence for several years, was used for exteriors.

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/ ok sorry for such a  boring post but it is snowing here and QUIET and I am bored.
2013-02-08 10:23:02 AM
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Christ, that was a good show.
2013-02-08 10:11:39 AM
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