December 23 means one thing and one thing only for ‘Seinfeld’ lovers: it’s Festivus! See the hilarious tweets from celebrating fans.
Don’t expect a ‘Seinfeld’ reunion episode any time soon. Jerry Seinfeld revealed in a recent interview that someone had made an offer to do a live reunion episode, but he gave the idea a hard pass. C’mon, Jerry!
Could you imagine how ‘Seinfeld’s Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer would have reacted to the tragic 9/11 attacks? Well, now you don’t have to. Sure, the show ended years before the disaster hit the Big Apple, but comedian Billy Domineau wrote a spec script, imagining such a scenario. And now, it’s gone viral!
Bring out the aluminum pole — it’s Festivus time people! Today ‘Seinfeld’ fans everywhere will be celebrating the faux holiday and we’re going to show you how you too can get in on the action. From the ‘airing of grievances’ to the ‘feats of strength,’ here’s everything you need to know about celebrating Festivus!
Not feeling inspired to celebrate the holidays in the traditional sense? Then Festivus is for you! More commonly recognized as “a Festivus for the rest of us,” the faux holiday was first introduced to the world by Seinfeld‘s Frank Costanza in the ’90s and has continued to be celebrated every Dec. 13 since then. Now, in honor of the pop culture holiday, we’re going to to show you how to celebrate Festivus like the best of us. From the proper decorations to the Constanza family traditions, here’s everything you need to know about Festivus.
‘Seinfeld’ may have been a show about nothing, but to James Anthony Calder, it meant the world. As he was dying of cancer, the sitcom’s cast — including Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Patrick Warburton and more — sent James Anthony touching birthday messages of love and support. Click to see.
This is no case of “yadda-yadda-yadda.” This might just make you cry, as the cast of Seinfeld gave James Anthony Calder the greatest present for his 67th birthday. The stars of the show, from Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 54, to Patrick Warburton, 51, to even Wayne Knight, 60, recorded heartwarming birthday greetings, wishing him a happy birthday. Even the Soup Nazi was there!
The decision to kill off George Costanza’s (Jason Alexander) fiancee, Susan (Heidi Swedberg), in the Season 7 finale of ‘Seinfeld’ was a pretty bold move! And now, 19 years later, Jason is opening up about rumors that he feuded with Heidi on-set, and reveals the real reason the actress was written off the show.
There’s no bad blood here! Although it was always assumed that Heidi Swedberg, 49, didn’t get along with the Seinfeld cast during her run as Susan Ross on the show, Jason Alexander, 55, now admits the real reason his charter’s fiancee shockingly died in the Season 7 finale — she was simply impossible for him to act with!
Our favorite cast is back together! The ‘Seinfeld’ men reunited for a charity event hosted by Jerry Seinfeld himself on March 4, and the pics really make us want to grab a cup of coffee and ‘yada yada yada!’
Seinfeld, how we’ve missed you! Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards reunited at the inaugural Los Angeles Fatherhood Initiative Lunch on March 4 to benefit nonprofit organization, Baby Buggy. Their giddy pics warmed our hearts and made us reminisce on the good ol’ days of the funny men doing nothing!
Some genius out there (with perhaps too much time on their hands) decided it would be a good idea to create a mashup of Limp Bizkit’s signature song ‘Break Stuff’ with, obviously, the theme song from ‘Seinfeld.’ The result? Check it out inside!
Thanks to someone who has a weirdly keen ear, we have been blessed with what might be the oddest mashup of all time– and yet it totally works! Master masher upper, JJ P, took the liberty of swapping out the background track of Limp Bizkit‘s “Break Stuff” for the bouncy Seinfeld theme song music to create a brand new creation. Kramer would approve!
After a photo of Jason Alexander at the iconic ‘Seinfeld’ restaurant set the internet ablaze, the show’s star said we can expect a reunion in the near future.
We’ve got big news about nothing! Jerry Seinfeld put a smile on every Seinfeld fan’s face Jan. 30 when he confirmed that a reunion “of sorts” is in the works for the iconic ’90s sitcom. During an interview on WFAN’s Boomer & Carton show, Jerry said we can expect to see several member of the gang together “very, very soon.”
The Seinfeld star, comedian, singer and dad is celebrating his birthday today!
Jason Alexander, better known as George Costanza on the sitcom Seinfeld, is no stranger to the screen or stage. He is a Tony Award-winning actor and the father of two sons, Gabriel, 18, and Noah, 14, with wife Daena E. Title. This year will bring him closer to the things he loves and a healthier lifestyle. He is currently playing the title role in the musical They’re Playing Our Song at UCLA’s Freud Playhouse and is a celebrity spokesperson for Jenny Craig alongside Valerie Bertinelli. Jason has lost around 30 pounds! What a great way to start off your year, Jason!