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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Thunderbird91, Mar 16, 2006.
I love it. Possibly my favorite show.
What do you think of it?
Amazing writing, but it's only after not seeing an ep of it for several years and then watching it again that I realize how incredibly raunchy the show was.
hmmm... raunchy? explain.
Would probably be my favorite show if not for the Star Treks in the Next Generation universe.
Down here we used to get it on endless re-run. I never really watched it, then started to and I enjoyed it. The one where Kramer had the golf clubs in the boot was very funny.
The one where they got lost in the carpark was cool too.
Even my most foulmouthed, non-religious friends would be a little more circumspect when speaking about sexual matters.
People from East Asia watch Seinfeld and Friends reruns and think that America must be the most oversexed country in the world, which it ain't by a long shot. (Brazil, Denmark, I'm looking at you. )
Seinfeld was a great TV show in more ways than one. Even if Bob Sacamano didn't really exist.
Do you enjoy "Curb Your Enthusiasm" too? It's far more risque, but you can definitely tell that its written by the same guy.
can't stand it.
Yeah, can't stand that show either.
"CYE" makes me suspect that if I met Larry David, I wouldn't know whether to shake his hand or rip out his larynx. Possibly both!
I don't have HBO, but Larry David is a funny guy. I'd give it a shot.
Seinfeld is it for me. I don't like sitcoms, but this is the exception. I really, really like the show.
One of the many examples of why I unplugged my TV a decade ago.
thats a shame. well if it was a decade you only missed the last two seasons.
Show them some family guy.
Family Guy is like The Simpsons on crack--with everything that such a characterization entails, positive and negative.
While it had a couple of funny episodes, I personally have had funnier experiances at the dentist. Compared to good comedy like old SNL or Laugh In, they got nothing.
I think it takes some people a while to "get" Seinfeld. This is not to impugn anyones' intelligence or sense of humor...it's that the Seinfeld style of humor is not for everyone, and with many it takes time. I used to think it was "OK", but that's about all. Now I think it is F'in brilliant, especially after seeing some of the DVD extras and really understanding where Larry David is coming from. My girlfriend doesn't "get" Seinfeld (she thinks it's pointless and juvenile)...I'm trying to get her to let it grow on her, but it's a hard sell.
Maybe it's a "guy" show....