Lawyers doing cross-examination and folks doing live TV are supposed to follow this rule: never ask a question you don't know the answer to.
I like this a lot: make the antitrust authorities abide by an adapted Prime Directive.
"Ryan’s timing is impeccable. Add to it those fantastic facial expressions and his 'shy' attitude and he comes out a winner every time. I have seen most of these stories multiple times and each time I laugh and just want to get to know him personally. His career will be timeless."
This is weird. This site plays Seinfeld episodes--I haven't checked, but it seems likely, as stated--24/7. You can't fast forward. You can't choose the episode. You can just . . . watch.
(Which given it's Seinfeld, you could do a whole lot worse.)
A convincing addition to earlier theorizing.
It sure looks that way. (Refers to the episode in which Kramer "won't wear the ribbon" in a gay pride march.)
Wow: talk about your "First World" problems. (AKA "We're so damn rich we have to complain about all the good TV there is to watch.")
Especially for fans of the late, great TV show, Seinfeld. I was surprised at just how many references there were. (11 minute video.)
"Los Angeles TV News Crew is doing a story about the most dangerous intersection in the area and witness an accident while live"
In case you missed it, this will be in the dictionary under "good timing".
But whether it's insurance or beer, they are still mostly dopey.