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New York comedian Jerry Seinfeld

The series Seinfeld, which is about the unfortunate and funny events that happened to and his friends, started to be broadcast in 1989. Described as the best sitcom of all time and one of the series that fans watch over and over again. Seinfeld

We have compiled 18 interesting facts about that you probably did not know.

Note: Due to the content of this article spoilers contains. If you haven’t watched Seinfeld and are planning to watch it, we recommend that you watch it and then read it.

18 interesting facts about the legendary sitcom Seinfeld you haven’t heard before:

  • Seinfeld was actually going to be a movie
  • Seinfeld’s credits are different in every episode
  • Actually Kramer’s name was going to be Kessler
  • Kramer wore the same shoes for nine seasons
  • Someone else was considered for the George character
  • George character was sure that the directory would not work
  • We do not see the character of George in only one episode in the series
  • The person who inspired George Costanza sued the show
  • The main female character will be someone else instead of Elaine
  • A motto that dominates the whole series has been determined
  • There is a canceled section
  • In the Man Hands section, really male hands are used
  • One of the episodes was inspired by the play
  • Jerry Seinfeld’s favorite scene belongs to George
  • Jerry Seinfeld’s favorite side character was Newman
  • Jerry Seinfeld rejected a large sum for season 10
  • Seinfeld starts and ends the same way
  • Seinfeld will be on Netflix soon

Seinfeld wasn’t actually going to be a series:

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Actually Seinfeld will not be a series, but a 90 minutes long at a time. stand-up show

It was designed as .

The opening theme of each Seinfeld episode is different from each other

The bass and mouthed ‘pop pop’ sounds in Seinfeld’s credits are different for each episode. Composer of the song Jonathan Wolff explained that he did each credits separately according to the monologue that Seinfeld would do at the beginning of the series that week. In an interview with Vice in 2015, he said, “Yes, it’s hard to produce separate credits for each episode, but if Jerry Seinfeld is producing something new in every episode, I thought why not. ” he said.

Kramer wasn’t actually going to be Kramer

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Jerry Seinfeld’s crazy neighbor in Seinfeld Kramer

The character wasn’t actually going to be named Kramer. In the pilot episode of the series, Kramer’s name was Kessler. Because the former neighbor of series creator Larry David Kenny Kramer, hesitant about using his name in the series. Then he changed his mind.

Kramer wore the same shoes for 9 seasons

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Playing Kramer in Seinfeld Michael Richards, two pairs of black during the series’ nine seasons Doc Marten did not wear any shoes other than brand boots.

Someone else was considered for the George character

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Can you imagine Jason Alexander not playing Seinfeld’s George Costanza? Originally the character of Jerry Seinfeld Costanza Jake Johannsen. In fact, in an interview he gave last year, Jerry Seinfeld said that he begged Johannsen to accept the role. However, Johannsen turned down the role.

The actor who played the character of George thought that the series would not be successful.

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as George Costanza Jason Alexander, passed out after reading the script for Seinfeld. Even though he was very happy, the probability of the show’s success seemed a little low to him! In an interview he gave in 1992, he said exactly:

“As soon as I saw the script, I knew then that it would be one of the greatest works I’ve ever been a part of. That’s why I decided that more than one episode would not be broadcast… Because the audience of this series could only be someone like me. I’m not one to watch TV either. So I might be one of the people most surprised by Seinfeld’s success. ”

George Costanza never appeared in just one episode

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Seinfeld’s 172 part

There was only one episode throughout where we didn’t see the character of George Costanza. It is also the third episode of the third season. “The Pen”. In the episode, Jerry and Elaine were visiting Jerry’s family in Florida. Jason Alexander, who didn’t like the idea of ​​not being on the show for even one episode, told Larry David, “If you do this again, you’ll leave me permanently. ” said.

The real George Costanza sues the creators of Seinfeld for $100 million

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Like the character of Kramer, the character of George Costanza is named after a real person: a former colleague of Jerry Seinfeld. Michael Costanza. Michael Costanza sued Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David for $100 million for breaching his privacy. Michael Costanza in his book The Real Seinfeld “George is bald. Me too that. George is stocky. Me too that. George and I both attended Queens College with Jerry. George’s high school teacher told him, “Can’t stand ya. He’s wearing the nickname ” (I can’t stand you). Me too. ” says. However, the court decided that George was inspired by Larry David and sided with the producers of the series.

Seinfeld’s female character wasn’t actually going to be Elaine

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Actually the main female character in Seinfeld Elaine, but the one who works at the coffee shop where ours always hangs out. The waitress named Claire

It would be . portraying Claire Lee Garlington said in an interview, “I was actually going to be the female character in Seinfeld, but I don’t know why but they didn’t continue with me. ” he said. There are different explanations for why this is so, but Jason Alexander explained that such a thing happened because Lee changed Garlington’s words in the script. Jerry Seinfeld, on the other hand, says they eliminated Claire because they were looking for a more dominant character.

Seinfeld’s unchanging motto: No hugs, no lessons

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What usually happens at the end of the episode? Characters who bond with each other over time hug/show love to each other or change by learning something from the events they experienced in that episode. This is definitely not the case in Seinfeld. very strict about it. Larry David, “Most people see Seinfeld dark series doesn’t understand. If you look at the events in the series; characters lose their jobs; someone is breaking up with someone who has had a stroke; someone says “you need to get your nose done”…” he says.

There is a canceled Seinfeld episode

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Looking at the series as a whole, it may seem like there is nothing sensitive for the creators of Seinfeld to avoid, but The Bet

An episode called written for the second season of the series has been cancelled. Jerry Seinfeld replied at an event he attended on Reddit, “We started filming the episode and in the middle, “No, this is not going to happen. ” we said. We messed around a bit more and canceled. A lot of things happened, but making the ending of that episode funny wasn’t fun at all. ” said. The Bet section The Phone Message (George leaves weird messages on his girlfriend’s answering machine and then regrets it and looks for ways to delete it without listening to his girlfriend).

Man hand used for Seinfeld’s boy-handed girlfriend

Seinfeld’s The Bizarro Jerry

In his episode , Jerry has a girlfriend with boy-like hands. In close-ups, the woman’s hands really look like a man’s. Because it already is. Those hands belong to James Rekart, where Jerry Seinfeld took acting lessons. James Rekart’s Twitter profile still has a reference to that episode.

An episode of Seinfeld was inspired by a play

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The eighth episode of the ninth season of Seinfeld. The Backwards, Harold Pinter by the English playwright The Betrayal

Inspired by his game . In the episode, our folks are on their way to India to attend a wedding. Jerry betrays George by making love to a potential girlfriend. Kramer grapples with an ominous wish. This episode also explains why Sue-Ellen Mishkie’s fiancé is named Pinter.

Jerry Seinfeld’s favorite scene in the show does not belong to him

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In an interview with Uproxx, Jerry Seinfeld explains his favorite scene from the show: The Marine Biologist

The scene with George pulling the golf ball at the end of is my favourite. ”

Jerry Seinfeld’s favorite side character was Newman

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Jerry Seinfeld’s favorite side character, according to a response he gave at a Q&A event on Reddit. Newman

It was .

Jerry Seinfeld rejected a large sum for season 10

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Jerry Seinfeld, who wants to leave the adventure with its nine beautiful seasons, for the 10th season. a considerable sum rejected it. $5 million was offered for each episode of season 10. Thus, Jerry Seinfeld turned down the possibility of winning a total of 110 million dollars.

Seinfeld starts and ends the same way

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You may have to have watched episodes of Seinfeld back to back to realize this, but the first conversation Jerry and George had in the pilot episode of the series and the conversation in the last episode of the series is about a button that doesn’t sit properly.

Let’s close with good news: Seinfeld is coming to Netflix

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Good news for those who want to try Seinfeld or those who want to watch it on and off because it tastes good. The exact date is unknown but Seinfeld is finally Netflix

Coming to . It has been announced that Seinfeld will be added to Netflix in September 2021 and will stay on the platform for 5 years.

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