I hope this clip runs for President.
Leave the Kramering to the professionals.
Finally, a place for me to hang out and do nothing.
Bronn really is the Westorosi Kramer.
Maybe this will be the one that sticks for Alexander.
Is this an instance of “too little, too late?”
No worse than the bosses here at Screen Junkies.
They shouldn’t have laughed at him.
Prequels. Sometime after the release of "The Phantom Menace" it seemed like prequels were the next big thing. "Batman Begins," "Casino Royale," "Hannibal Rising," and other movies ran with the…
Did not see this one coming.
If you don’t know who ‘Seinfeld’s Mr. Pitt is, you can just get out right now. LEAVE!!!
When you hear "The Soup Nazi" or "He's a lowtalker," one thing should come to mind: "Seinfeld". The "show about nothing" was almost canceled before it could ever take off,…
Hang in there, Community.
If you've ever worked for somebody else, you know that inept bosses are not entertaining company. It's different on TV, though, where some of the most beloved characters in recent…
Apparently, most sitcom characters don’t drink out of boredom the same way my friends and I do.
She’s in heaven with the “Meester, Meester” lady who was crushed by the air-conditioning unit.
Hundreds of "Seinfeld" quotes can be found in the television series "Seinfeld", which starred comedian Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards. The sitcom dominated network television ratings…
A tale of redemption. With lots of editing.
SPOILER ALERT – These characters all die unexpectedly!
Television is in a golden age where it is threatening to surpass film as the best means of visual storytelling, and the best TV series of all time illustrate how…
Though out the years, there have been numerous episodes of popular shows that, for one reason or another, have been yanked from the air. Here are five examples.
Honestly, what the hell happened here?
Jerry Seinfeld has lost his favorite, loudest uncle. Len Lesser, the actor best known for yelling his way into our hearts as Uncle Leo on “Seinfeld,” has passed away.
We all know Kramer had big ideas, but what would have happened if he had possessed the attention span (and intellectual capacity) to actually follow through on some of them?
I always assumed Jerry was too apathetic to make a play for global supremacy, but in the right light he could almost pass for a halfway-decent James Bond villain.
Selecting the 10 classic sitcoms brings back memories of hilarity and fun. The classic sitcoms aren't necessarily the best sitcoms ever made, but are, instead, the situation comedies that had…
Len Lesser (Left) | Kim Kardashian (Right)
Just when you thought Kim Kardashian couldn't sink any lower, she goes on Facebook and harasses an 87-year-old man. And not just any 87-year old. We're talking about Len Lesser, the guy who played Uncle Leo on "Seinfeld!"
Len Lesser called Burbank police last night after receiving a slew of calls from people who kept asking, "Are you Uncle Leo?" The 87-year-old couldn't take it anymore so cops came to his house.
While at Lesser's home, an officer intercepted one of the calls and asked where the caller had found the number. As it turns out, someone posing as Kim Kardashian on Facebook posted the information, not the reality/porn star herself. However, I think it wouldn't be a bad idea to throw Kardashain in jail until the whole thing gets sorted out, just in case.
In the meantime, Lesser should start answering his phone with "Vandelay Industries" in order to throw the callers off his trail. (TMZ)
From the creators of the touching drama, George, comes a new thriller featuring the "Seinfeld" gang. In this superbly edited trailer for Serenity Now, a group of close friends deal with the aftermath of a murder most foul. It's astounding how a bombastic score makes the madness in Newman's eyes glint even brighter.
Check out the Serenity Now trailer after the jump…