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post Aug 2 2019, 05:10 PM
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post Aug 25 2019, 03:43 AM
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post Aug 27 2019, 12:25 AM
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Why 'Seinfeld' is superior to 'Friends'

Opinion by Melissa Blake
Updated 1232 GMT (2032 HKT) August 23, 2019


Perhaps it's easiest to start with how the two shows are similar, since, arguably, their list of similarities is shorter than George's resume. Both shows follow the lives of a group of friends living and working in New York.

But that's where the similarities end.

Where "Friends" suffered from simplistic and generic storylines, "Seinfeld" remains one of the smartest and most unique sitcoms. In the 21 years since its finale, few, if any, shows have ever been able to replicate that same level of magic and ardent fandom. And what about its many contributions to the American lexicon? Do you ever say "yada, yada, yada?" Do you celebrate "Festivus?" Thanks, "Seinfeld."

Where "Friends" gave us unrealistic expectations of life in our 20s -- a sort of hyperreality -- "Seinfeld" was just real. On "Friends," all the characters were airbrushed, beautiful people living in massive New York City apartments that far exceeded what even successful bankers could've afforded. On "Seinfeld," however, the characters had messy -- or not much -- hair, dressed in jeans and T-shirts and lived in more normal apartments. (Though given how little they worked, it was hard to imagine how they afforded even those.)


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Oh my, Iím posting in the Seinfield thread

Netflix have secured the rights to show Seinfield from 2021 in an eyewatering half billion dollar deal

so bye bye all your mid-high budget shows that donít attract tonnes of publicity
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