Tag Archives: seinfeld

Dream Or Nightmare: “Seinfeld” Scenes Recreated By Skeletons

The macabre Tumblr Jerry Seinfeld’s Skeleton uses a sandbox game called Garry’s Mod to recreate the greatest moments of “Seinfeld” – performed only by Jerry’s digital skeleton. The site’s creator, Bryce Maciel, goes through “Seinfeld” screenshots to make sure the skeletons are posed exactly like Jerry is onscreen. It’s unclear what makes this creepy site so enticing (besides the glory of reliving the Soup Nazi debacle), but for some reason, I’m terrified and still can’t stop staring. With almost 10,000 follows, other “Seinfeld” fans seem to agree. After the jump, a few of Jerry’s skeleton-style one-liners. Spooky.

Keep reading »

“Nothing”: A Haunting Supercut Of “Seinfeld” Scenes Without People

Nothing: A Haunting Supercut Of Seinfeld Without People
Whoa, This Really Is A Show About Nothing!

“Seinfeld” is often described as “a show about nothing,” although in his fascinating Reddit AMA a couple months ago, Jerry Seinfeld disputed that, saying that was never the intention of the show, and never really captured what the show was actually about: social faux pas, and the strange ways comedians get their material. But anywaaaaay, a Vimeo user decided to run with the “show about nothing” theme and create a six-minute supercut of “Seinfeld” scenes where literally nothing is happening. No people. No dialogue. No action. Just empty rooms, outdoor shots, and that famous bass line, echoing eerily into the abyss. It’s … kinda creepy. [Vimeo]

Kramer From “Seinfeld” Explains That Racist Meltdown He Had While Doing Standup

Alec's Gay Slur
Alec Baldwin
Alec Baldwin accused of calling a paparazzo a gay slur. Read More »
Oprah & The N-Word
Oprah on the N-word
How Oprah got her friends to stop using the slur. Read More »
Rihanna Called N-Word
Jackie magazine refers to Rihanna as "N----Bitch." Read More »

“I wasn’t getting much work before the incident, which was one of the reasons I was ding-donging around in those clubs late at night, unannounced — coming in and working on material. I thought I would try to re­invent myself. … What happened in the club? Oh, that’ll never happen again. I know how to behave, to consciously behave. When something like that comes up, I don’t let the heat of anger burn me up as it did. When you’re under the helm of anger, watch out, ’cause it’ll take you down. It’s like being possessed by a demon. [I was angry] at the act, angry that it wasn’t funny, angry that I was being interrupted, angry that I’m not as good as I would like to be. You know, I was frustrated that night, and so I turned on everybody.”

Remember back in 2006 when the actor who played Kramer on “Seinfeld” was doing standup in a club and he got mad at a heckler and started screaming the N-word? Well, Michael Richards is headed back to TV on Kirstie Alley’s new sitcom and he’s spoken with TIME magazine about the incident. It is actually one of the most honest apologies that a celebrity has ever given for bad behavior. He also said that after the incident, he took a break from show business to do personal work on himself and reconnect with his family and that helped him stop being a douchebag.  It doesn’t excuse the harm Richards caused, of course. But it does illuminate how people who are unkind act out in racist or homophobic or sexist ways because have huuuuge underlying issues. Are you listening, Alec Baldwin? [TIME via Gossip Cop]

Happy Halloween: Here’s “The Shining” Done “Seinfeld”-Style

Frankenstorm Halloween
Frankenstorm Appropriate Halloween Costumes
Frankenstorm-appropriate Halloween costumes. Read More »
Fave Horror Movies!
The Exorcist poster
The Frisky's six favorite horror flicks! Read More »
Halloween!
Everything you need for a spooktastic Halloween. Read More »
The Shining Seinfeld

Adding a laugh track can make just about anything better. Witness how the ’70s horror classic “The Shining” is transformed into a total comedy fest with the addition of the “Seinfeld” theme song and a friggin’ laugh track. It almost, almost makes Jack Nicholson seem like a kitten. Okay, not really. [YouTube]

Gwen Stefani Pulls A Sue Ellen Mischke

Gwen On Makeup
She wears it so Gavin will "like her more." Huh. Read More »
Lotta Look: Gwen Stefani
Gwen says "meow!" in head-to-toe animal print. Read More »
Steal Gwen's Halloween Style
Black and orange? Yes, please! Read More »

As hard as I tried to write something original about this outfit Gwen Stefani wore to the Vogue CFDA Fashion Fund show, I finally realized that like so many situations in life, it’s best summed up by a “Seinfeld” quote: “So we got an attractive woman, wearing a bra, no top, walkin’ around in broad daylight? She’s flouting society’s conventions!” No word yet on how many car accidents she caused. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]

The Soup Nazi Food Truck Has Free Soup For You!

The Soup Nazi’s motto used to be, “No soup for you!,” but apparently he’s softened up a bit in his old age (well, either that or Elaine’s recipe-snatching really did ruin him), because Larry Thomas, the actor who portrayed the legendarily cranky soup chef, is currently touring the U.S. in a “Seinfeld” food truck distributing free soup. And that’s not all: hungry “Seinfeld” fans in select cities can enjoy a menu of other iconic treats such as Junior Mints, muffin tops, black and white cookies, Twix, and Snapple–all free of charge. Scheduled stops include Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and Baltimore. What?! No west coast cities? Serenity now! [Laughing Squid]

  • Zergnet: Simply Irresistible

  • HowAboutWe

  • Popular