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- by Adam Buckman , Featured Columnist, July 9, 2019
Source “The Contest” is the tenth episode of season four of Seinfeld, and the 50th episode overall. This episode first aired on November 18, 1992. It was written by Larry David and directed by Tom Cherones. George meets the rest of the gang at Monk's and admits that his mother 'caught him,' resulting in her falling over in shock and being admitted to the hospital. The gang makes fun of. I know what Joseph Ardito of Brooklyn will be doing Thursday night at 9. He'll be watching the finale of 'Seinfeld.' This isn't just a good statistical guess, like betting that the average subway. Hopefully, you'll be reminded of some all-time best episodes, and spend the weekend digging through your boxset to relive those '90s giggles. If you're a superfan, you'll have no trouble proving yourself as the head of the fan club with our Seinfeld quiz.
One of theinteresting things about “Seinfeld” is the almost aimless way it meandered onto TV at the beginning of its history.
The first episode of “Seinfeld” premiered on July 5,1989. And since the anniversary of that date just passed last Friday, you're seeing various commentaries and TV news features on the show and its legacy. TBS even ran a marathon of“Seinfeld” episodes over the recent holiday weekend.
Certainly, it is valid to consider this date in 1989 as the birthday of “Seinfeld.” But it is also true that theshow had another name on that day -- “The Seinfeld Chronicles” -- and it did not really become a full-fledged series until more than two years later, in September 1991.
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That wasthe start of what Wikipedia and other sources consider to be “Seinfeld’s” third season. But it also happens to be the first season in which the show had a season's worth of episodes-- 23 -- airing within the parameters of the fall-to-spring TV season (September to May).
In fact, the show's first “season” consisted of only five episodes that were stretchedover a period just shy of one year -- from the premiere of the first one in July 1989 to June 1990.
These are the episodes you encounter from time to time at the very beginning of the show'ssyndication cycle. It was the very beginning of “Seinfeld,” and the characters, and indeed the show’s style generally, were not yet defined.
Season Two, such as it was,consisted of just 12 episodes running from January to June 1991.
Various sources credit one-time NBC executive Rick Ludwin with being the principal champion behind the development andsubsequent survival of this sitcom that emerged from those first two short and very uncertain seasons to become one of the top two or three most storied shows in all of television history.
Onequestion about “Seinfeld” that still persists 30 years after it was born is this: What explains the show’s continuing popularity (as reflected in the fact that it is still a stapleof syndication and streaming here in 2019)?
Like many another popular TV show, “Seinfeld” is looking more and more dated as the years go by, from the fashions to the socialcustoms. Perhaps more to the point, the culture of computers, cell phones and social media is absent in the day-to-day lives of these characters from the 1990s.
Today, 21 years after“Seinfeld” had its finale in May 1998, these three icons of our modern world are firmly entrenched. They are technologies almost everyone encounters and uses every single day for, amongother reasons, watching (and commenting on) TV shows.
“Friends” -- a contemporary of “Seinfeld” from the same era on NBC -- also remains popular today. It is saidto even be gaining in popularity among a generation of younger Americans who were not even born when the show's episodes first aired on NBC (1994-2004).
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That show also can be seen as a relicfrom the pre-social media age. And there are those who argue that “Friends” is even more timeless than “Seinfeld,” and easier to take today, because of the warmth that existsbetween the six main characters.
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As most people familiar with “Seinfeld” know well, the writers of “Seinfeld” purposely avoided the kinds of warm relationships thatwere typical of network sitcoms at the time in order to take their show in different directions than what was typical at the time.
Perhaps both shows continue to be popular at least in partbecause they do not feature their characters constantly yakking into, or staring at, smartphones. Instead, the characters are seen relating to each other personally.
Indeed, a number of themix-ups on “Seinfeld,” in which the four friends missed appointments to get together with each other, would not even be possible today in the era of constant cell phone communications.Simpler times? Maybe.
In the final analysis, one measure of cultural impact -- especially where a TV show is concerned -- is the money it made. It has been estimated that“Seinfeld” has made more than $4 billion in syndication.
That's a lot of something, for a show about nothing.