Seinfeld

Seinfeld LEGO Set

Seinfeld LEGO Set

To celebrate 30 years of Seinfeld (man, we’re getting old), Brent Waller submitted this concept to LEGO Ideas in hopes of its production. The 900-piece set features Jerry’s apartment, and awesome minifigs of Jerry, Elaine, Kramer, George, and Newman. Cast your vote and show your support, or there will be no soup for you!

Barry B. Seinfeld

Barry B. Seinfeld

YouTuber Spacepig22 worked a little video magic on a classic scene from Seinfeld, replacing Jerry Seinfeld with Barry B. Benson, the fuzzy little insect he portrayed in The Bee Movie. It would be fun to see an entire episode done this way.

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Jerry Seinfeld’s Apartment Model

Jerry Seinfeld’s Apartment Model

Fans of the classic sitcom will drool over this 1/26-scale model of Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment set. No detail has been spared from the art on the walls to the tiny Macintosh, thanks in part to Production Designer Tho. E. Azzari’s help with the plans. Measures 16.5″ W x 11.5″ D x 6.5″ H.

A Charlie Brown Festivus

A Charlie Brown Festivus

It’s a Festivus Miracle, Charlie Brown! The Peanuts gather ’round the Festivus pole to air their grievances in Nutmeg’s amusing mashup video that combines the classic animated series with a classic episode of Seinfeld.

Seinfeld: The Senpai

Seinfeld: The Senpai

PNTGRM’s well-written unofficial Seinfeld retro visual novel casts Jerry and the gang as high school students in an anime world. Seinfeld observes George as the latter seeks his senpai’s approval, Elaine has a suitor, and Kramer does Kramer things.

What “Nothing” Really Means

What “Nothing” Really Means

Nerdwriter1 reminds us that Seinfeld‘s “defining” joke shouldn’t be taken literally. The show shifted sitcoms from, “What’s it about?”, or “What’s the lesson here?” to “How funny is it?” Imagine pitching a comedy about a paper company or urban planning officials.

Seinfeld Door Sensor

Seinfeld Door Sensor

This clever build by Caliixxs is designed to serve a single, but hilarious purpose – to play those familiar musical soundbites from Seinfeld any time the door opens. We can picture Kramer barging in already.

An Art Show about Nothing

An Art Show about Nothing

Los Angeles’ pop art Gallery1988 offers up a collection which pays tribute to the greatest sitcom of all time, Seinfeld. The exhibit kicked off on 10/17, and you can find many of the works for sale on their website. Sadly, Cuyler Smith’s George Costanza trading cards are sold out.

Seinfeld’s Death by Envelope

Seinfeld’s Death by Envelope

The Film Theorists delve into the history and science of adhesives to see if a person can die by licking envelope adhesive, which was how George’s fiancée Susan passed away in Seinfeld.

Believe It or Not… Kat’s Not Home

Believe It or Not… Kat’s Not Home

Seinfeld fans will immediately recognize George Costanza’s Greatest American Hero voicemail greeting. Actress Kat Dennings has used that message for years, and now has a custom version, courtesy of actor Jason Alexander.

Vinyl Idolz

Vinyl Idolz

Funko is turning A Large Evil Corporation’s viral vinyl toy concepts into actual 8″ vinyl figures. The first batch of Vinyl Idolz includes characters from Seinfeld, The Walking Dead, Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, and Napoleon Dynamite.

The Seinfeld Situation

The Seinfeld Situation

Jerry Seinfeld’s debut performance in India was cancelled over concerns about traffic. And parking. Rohan Desai and Adhiraj Singh vented their frustration in the only appropriate manner. Be sure to read this before watching.

Kramer the Moocher

Kramer the Moocher

Seinfeld stands the test of time better than any other classic TV comedy. In this supercut by editor Alex Moschina, he stitched together the many times where Kramer took advantage of Jerry’s well-stocked kitchen.

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Nothing Seinfeld Supercut

Nothing Seinfeld Supercut

Seinfeld is known as the “show about nothing.” However, LJ Frezza must have misheard it, because he turned the sitcom into a show about no one. Seinfeld meets 28 Days Later in this hilarious, sad, and creepy supercut.

Seinfeld Supreme Sticker

Seinfeld Supreme Sticker

Supreme maybe one of New York City’s most famous current residents, but once upon a time a show about nothing repped the Big Apple. Stugazi mashes up past and present with this sticker. A reverse mashup would be equally dope.

Mario Seinfeld

Mario Seinfeld

A mashup of Super Mario Bros. and Seinfeld by animator EsquireBob. The casting of Toad as George Costanza is priceless. If relationship Toad walks through this door, he will kill independent Toad. A Toad divided against itself cannot stand!

CiCGC: George Costanza

CiCGC: George Costanza

In this special episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry reunites with George, played of course by Jason Alexander. They spend the entire time bickering and riding a clunker. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Scarface Meets Seinfeld

Scarface Meets Seinfeld

We always thought that Scarface was a pretty dark movie, but leave it to Matin Comedy to find the humorous moments in Brian DePalma’s classic and turn it into a 1990s sitcom. Though we wanted to hear “Say hello to my little friend!”

Game of Seinfeld: Episode 2

Game of Seinfeld: Episode 2

It still really has nothing to do with Seinfeld, but the second episode of Matin Comedy’s Game of Thrones sitcom is still backed with laughter and applause at the most hilariously inappropriate moments.

Game of Seinfeld

Game of Seinfeld

Matin Comedy took footage from Game of Thrones and gave it the Seinfeld treatment. Though our laugh was a manaical one during the beat-down on Joffrey. Theon Greyjoy should play Newman.

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Acura NSX Super Bowl Ad

Acura NSX Super Bowl Ad

Jerry Seinfeld wants to be the first to own the 2012 Acura NSX Concept, but someone beat him on the waiting list. The punchline to this joke is merely a villain embracing his role.

Brokeback About Nothing

Brokeback About Nothing

Seinfeld was a sitcom about nothing, but it ran for so long and had so many episodes that you can probably make up any kind of story using scenes from the series. Take this one for example.

Jerry the Great

Jerry the Great

We already know that Seinfeld was really a thriller. But it turns out Jerry had his eye on much greater evil than we thought. Cosmo Kramer puts it best “an epic struggle for world domination.”

Seinfeld: Serenity Now Thriller

Seinfeld: Serenity Now Thriller

We didn’t think Seinfeld could be re-cut to become a thriller. Yet here it is, courtesy of Youtube user lorocker, and it is awesome. On second thought, the show did have a lot of dark, crazy characters.

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