'The Marriage Ref' Begins Tonight On NBC! Would YOU Take Marriage Advice From Jerry Seinfeld?

Sun, February 28, 2010 4:36pm EDT by 3 Comments
Courtesy of NBC

Courtesy of NBC

We’ve obsessed about celebrity marriages for years, and now it’s their turn to judge US!

It’s been 12 years since Seinfeld aired its series finale, and now Jerry Seinfeld is back with a new show, The Marriage Ref. Premiering at 10:30 p.m. tonight after the Olympics on NBC, The Marriage Ref turns the tables and allows celebs to judge the marriages of everyday men and women. And Jerry’s got a pretty impressive roster of stars chiming in with their opinions. From Sarah Silverman and Eva Longoria to Alec Baldwin and Larry David, tons of stars will be letting these couples know exactly what they think!

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phil

Posted at 4:31 PM on March 11, 2010  

So now it is 100% failure rate for the stars on Seinfeld. You had a show with such success where everyone was perfectly cast. And then, one by one each have ventured in oblivion by launching one failure after the other. And finally it is the funny man himself who is no longer funny. How could the brass at NBC not know what is known by any dude with a beer. I got through the show without up-chucking, but it was not easy. There will not be a second opportunity. Anything would be better.

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ellen moran

Posted at 7:55 AM on March 5, 2010  

I’m a great Seinfield fan, but he needs to stick to “Seinfeld” Marriage Ref was stilted, unfunny and I was uncomfortable watching it. I guess because my expectations were high, but there seemed to be tension between Tina and Eva, maybe they just don’t like each other, so that was bothersome. And the seating arrangement, they should have been sitting in a comfortable scenario like a family room on a couch instead of perched on uncomfortable bar stools… It was not as realistic as I had hoped seeing you chose a husband who had metrosexual overkill which is rare in my circle of friends. I couldn’t relate to this “problem” on any level…I’ll try watching one more time to see is things change.

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Terry and Nancy

Posted at 11:03 PM on March 4, 2010  

…one word: duhhhUUHHHHHHH. oh, sorry, I meant DUHHHD. they’d have been funnier if they’d done 20 minutes of stand-up. yeeesh. I’m going back to CBS. byeee!

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