“Seinfeld” may have been a show about nothing, but a psychiatry professor is using it for much more than that.
In the spirit of George Carlin’s “Things That P-ss Me Off,” mixed with the holiday cheer made famous by Jerry Stiller, I want to air my grievances about sports (in no particular order).
The Brooklyn Cyclones dedicated Saturday’s game to all things “Seinfeld.”
In the world of television sitcoms, fathers often stand out as memorable and unforgettable. As Father’s Day approaches, we thought we would pay tribute to some of them in our list of Best TV Dads of all-time.
That’s gold, Jerry! Gold! The Cyclones are hosting a “Salute to Seinfeld Night” on July 5, complete with a Keith Hernandez “Magic Loogie” bobblehead giveaway and batters in puffy shirts.
Chubby stand-up comedian and hapless carjacking victim from the final episode of “Seinfeld,” John Pinette has died. He was 50.
After much hype about a “Seinfeld” reunion, the project was revealed during Super Bowl XLVIII – and Jerry Seinfeld said he was “pretty sure” no larger reunion was coming.
Oh, the intrigue! Boomer & Carton producer Al Dukes somehow convinced Seinfeld to participate in a game of 20 questions, and you won’t believe what came out.
The guys were all fired up to see him and Jerry was equally excited to see them. Jerry is a big fan of the show and the station, and he shared some great stories of his relationship with WFAN.
I want to introduce Mike Woodson to someone. His name is George Costanza. He once devised a theory that would do Mike Woodson a lot of good today: do the opposite.
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.
This is worse than the second spitter! Seinfeld says there’s nothing funny about the way some All-Stars were treated Tuesday night.
Real life will imitate a “Seinfeld” episode in about a month, as a group encourages New Yorkers to spend a day wearing nametags.
The poll asked respondents to choose between “Seinfeld,” “The Honeymooners,” “Friends,” “Cheers,” “Arrested Development,” “Mary Tyler Moore,” and “30 Rock.”
Both Miguel Cabrera and Mike Trout have had historic 2012 seasons, but only one can take home the AL MVP.