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Relive All The Best 'Seinfeld' Catchphrases In This Ultimate Supercut

Now that every episode of Seinfeld is available to watch at one’s leisure on Hulu, the show about nothing seems relevant once again. Half of the cast are still regularly working, what with Jerry Seinfeld’s  151 more words

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The Last F**kable Day

Amy Schumer stumbles upon a group of her show-business heroes celebrating a special occasion. Not for the faint of ear. But so true. And so funny.

Journey

What is Superman's Role in the Supergirl TV Series?

CBS thinks they have a hit on their hands with the upcoming Supergirl live action series.  But the question is, how do they handle the onscreen presence of the most iconic superhero EVAH?   100 more words

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No Soup For You

I had a bad cold a couple of weeks ago and Seinfeld was there for me.  Hulu sent me a message offering, soup for you?  Then they told me they’d be sending me something for being a Seinfeld fan!   141 more words

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On July 5 "Seinfeld" made its television debut...

On July 5, 1989 “Seinfeld” made its debut on NBC.

The sitcom, lasting nine seasons, was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld. The sitcom, famously known as a “show about nothing,” was set in New York City, and featured Seinfeld dealing with everyday situations alongside his friends George Costanza (Jason Alexander) and Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards), and his former girlfriend Elaine Benes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus). 96 more words

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13 Patriotic TV Shows To Watch Over 4th Of July Weekend

By Courtney E. Smith, Radio.com

America the beautiful. This land is our land, this land is your land. But if you’re not planning to leave the land of your couch this holiday, for reasons of weather or simply personal choice (we like to calling it exercising your right to wear underpants), you can still do your most patriotic duty as an American and celebrate our nation by watching TV—lots and lots of TV. 468 more words

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