Today is Festivus, a once obscure holiday introduced to the masses on the 90’s sitcom Seinfeld.
It’s been 25 years since the popular TV show “Seinfeld” made its debut. Folks who grew up watching the sitcom say they can’t believe it’s been that long since the first episode aired.
John Pinette, the chubby stand-up comedian who portrayed a hapless carjacking victim in the final episode of “Seinfeld,” has died. He was 50.
From the Empire State Building in “Sleepless in Seattle” and “The Sopranos” cafe in the show’s finale, to the “Field of Dreams” in Iowa and the Coney Island roller coaster from “Annie Hall,” fans have always loved visiting famous television and movie locations.
Fifteen years ago an obscure holiday made its way to American popular culture and is still celebrated by some today.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and the mayor of New Jersey’s largest city are channeling the Seinfeld-Newman rivalry in a video parody that spoofs the mayor’s heroics and Christie’s vice presidential potential.
Larry Thomas, the actor who popularized the “Soup Nazi” character on the Seinfeld TV show, is a friend of the owner.
The labor pains involved in translating “Everybody Loves Raymond” for Russian television is a pleasure to sit through even if you’re not already a fan of the TV series.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The actor who portrayed the ‘Soup Nazi’ in TV’s Seinfeld was helping to promote a newly opened Northern Liberties restaurant. Patrons of Doc’s Gourmet soups in the 100 block of West Girard […]
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