Larry David's recent version of Bernie Sanders and four others.
As Keanu might say, "Woah."
A few interesting items about an excellent movie.
(And the article doesn't even mention how much South Park's Cartman sounds like Benicio del Toro's character. Deliberate or coincidence? You decide.)
It uses an interesting metric, but since I've seen only one of the top-rated ones and only two of the lowest-rated ones, I can't judge.
The television critic of the Los Angeles Times explores the enormous problem that there's "just too much good TV".
(My take: yes, TV today is better than in years past. But that doesn't fully compensate for the decline in movies. How's that for a complaint?)
Especially if you're new to the glories of Seinfeld, it's a fine list.
Or if you prefer Kramer--the "hipster doofus"--to Jerry, here's a list of his ten essential episodes.
This is an excellent compilation (6 minutes). Many, many outstanding ones shown. But, as usual, there are at a few significant omissions.
Stand and Deliver: "If you don't have the ganas, I will give it to you because I'm an expert."
The Right Stuff: "Let's light this candle!"
Gandhi: Tie between "General, how does a child shot with a 303 Lee-Enfield 'apply' for help?" and "Mr. Kinnoch, I beg you to accept that there is no people on Earth who would not prefer their own bad government to the good government of an alien power."
Three Days of the Condor: "How do you know they'll print it?"
An Officer and a Gentleman: "My grandmama wants to fly jets!"
The Verdict: "Who were these men? Who were these men?"
And, of course, from Young Doctors in Love: "Old man, don't you think you've pissed enough?"
Also about movies: "The Ultimate Film and TV Spoiler Guide".
Ol' Billy Bob is talented as heck, but he's a little unusual.
For fans of Seinfeld--and maybe even for those who are not--I highly recommend this utterly charming video. (17 minutes long.)
"Beaucoup" sounds right.
And here's an interesting, recent hour-long interview with Seinfeld. It gives some behind-the-scenes details of his Web series. And the man clearly relishes proving the "smart" people wrong.