Seinfeld (1989–1998)
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The Dinner Party 

En route to a dinner party, Jerry and Elaine stop off at a bakery and get held up when the bakery runs out of what they want to purchase. Meanwhile, George and Kramer, en route to said ... See full summary »

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En route to a dinner party, Jerry and Elaine stop off at a bakery and get held up when the bakery runs out of what they want to purchase. Meanwhile, George and Kramer, en route to said dinner party, stop off at a liquor store to buy a bottle of wine and have a hard time picking one out. Written by Anonymous

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The Middle Eastern actor who played "Saddam Hussein" had a thick accent and his lines were deemed incomprehensible. His voice was dubbed over by Larry David putting on an English accent. "Hussein" originally asked Kramer and George for directions. See more »

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Jerry is eating a "black-and-white" cookie. In different angles of the shot, the colors of the cookie keep flipping from one side to the other, and the size of the bites out of it change inconsistently. 'The Seinfeld Coffee Table Book', released in the November 2007 complete series package, reveals that this was a goof. See more »

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Jerry Seinfeld: And a black and white Cookie for me, peace.
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Featured in Seinfeld: Highlights of a Hundred (1995) See more »

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Seinfeld Theme Song
Written by Jonathan Wolff
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What Seinfeld is about
9 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

It may not be the funniest episode but it sure captures what The Show About Nothing is really about. And what it is really about is taking ordinary social situation and taking them to extremes only to show how ridiculous they are.

On this particular case, the gang is invited to a party and they decide to bring a cake and some wine. You can guess what happens throughout the episode. And it happens so smoothly you don't see it. Just as the episode begins to wrap up you realize how crazy and clever this one is. As I said, it's not filled with gags or memorable scenes, it's just a perfectly rounded episode with a much deeper point of view of how "the fabrics of society works".

Similar to other classic Seinfeld episodes, it proves that they can achieve great things with so little.


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