I didn't count, but it's a long article, so they do seem accounted for all of them.
Dana Carvey doing on his best bits. (Not for sensitive souls.)
Seinfeld pretty much ruined all the rest of comedy TV for me. ("Not that there's anything wrong with that.")
Interesting. But if you're rewatching Seinfeld, I suggest you start with season three.
I hope he gets the weekday slot.
Economist Bryan Caplan's "top social science insights" from the show. (But he's wrong about the ending.) (Link via Marginal Revolution.)
And here again, I think--I believe I've already linked to it but I didn't find it looking quickly--is probably the show's single best scene: Carmela gets what she richly deserves.
One of the very best five-minute sequences from Johnny Carson's Tonight Show.
Just on the edge of corny, but still far better than the other car ads I see these days. (1:30 minute video.)
Carrey at his very best. (2 minute video.)
An interesting interview with the creator of Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, and Mork & Mindy.