They're Real & They're Spectacular: Seinfeld Super Fans & the Summer of George
16:12 — Follow a group of ‘Seinfeld’ super fans as they come together for the ultimate trivia night.
A Festivus Primer
00:31 — What is Festivus? Frank Costanza breaks down the "celebration for the rest of us."
Holiday Jeers from Seinfeld
00:30 — The holidays are here. Get into the right spirit with your favorite ‘Seinfeld’ moments.
Kenny Bania: Favorite Episodes and Anecdotes
02:12 — Steve Hytner shares what it was like being Jerry's annoying friend, as well as some of his favorite episodes.
J. Peterman: Favorite Episodes
04:44 — John O'Hurley (J.Peterman) shares some of his favorite 'Seinfeld' episodes.
How I Got the Part: J. Peterman
01:51 — John O'Hurley (J. Peterman) shares some tall tales about how he landed the part as the legendary catalog man, and what it was like working on the show (more…)
How I Got the Part: Kenny Bania
03:16 — Steve Hytner (Kenny Bania) shares the story of how he got the part as Jerry's annoying friend, and what it was like working on the show.
The Soup Nazi: Favorite Episodes
05:44 — Larry Thomas (The Soup Nazi) shares some of his favorite 'Seinfeld' episodes.
How I Got the Part: The Soup Nazi
03:16 — Larry Thomas (The Soup Nazi) talks about landing the role as the passionate soup maker, and what it was like working on the show.
The Ticket, Part II
With Kramer suffering after effects from his encounter with Crazy Joe Davola, Jerry suggests Kramer see a doctor right away.
The Pitch, Part 1
Asked if he might be interested in doing something on television, Jerry accepts the NBC network's invitation to meet about developing a new series.
The Serenity Now
Frank is supposed to say 'serenity now' every time his blood pressure is in danger of going up. Jerry's girlfriend gives his Knicks tickets away. She (more…)
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  • Premiered: July 5, 1989
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • Premise: The landmark Jerry Seinfeld-Larry David creation about four neurotic New Yorkers was ostensibly about nothing, but of course was uniquely something: the master of sitcom domain (earning 10 Emmys over its nine-year run) that its star described as 'micro-con… (more)

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