Post-'Seinfeld' syndrome

Post-'Seinfeld' syndrome

There are 51 comments on the Newsday story from May 9, 2008, titled Post-'Seinfeld' syndrome. In it, Newsday reports that:

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end the hate

Brooklyn, NY

#1 May 9, 2008
i feel so untouched
Get real

Jamaica, NY

#3 May 9, 2008
I really miss Seinfeld.

A show about four neurotic, self-absorbed, complaining, useless baby boomers feeling sorry for themselves once a week?

I mean, heck, they all lived in nice apartments in the world's greatest city, made decent livings (three of them at dream jobs), had good health and still found reasons to remind themselves and each other that life sucked.

What could be more loveable and inspiring?
Lynn

Hialeah, FL

#4 May 9, 2008
yada yada yada...
Chip Saunders

Brooklyn, NY

#5 May 9, 2008
O'Hurley will alway's be Peterman. Loved the Bosco episode.
Chip Saunders

Brooklyn, NY

#6 May 9, 2008
What's the deal with Newman,what's he up to?
Observant

New York, NY

#7 May 9, 2008
How come they never show that episode anymore where George is about to get down with a woman in her studio apartment but he needs to take a dump and he can't since the bathroom is right off the studio and there's no "buffer zone"? That always made me laugh, and I've never seen it in like 8 years.
Ed Burke

Coram, NY

#8 May 9, 2008
Hello, Neuman ! Looks like Jerry's dislike of this character held true all the way to ignoring him in the 'retrospective' article.
Chip Saunders

Brooklyn, NY

#9 May 9, 2008
Ed Burke wrote:
Hello, Neuman ! Looks like Jerry's dislike of this character held true all the way to ignoring him in the 'retrospective' article.
So true Ed,"Newmie" was one of the best characters on the show.IMO.
Chip Saunders

Brooklyn, NY

#10 May 9, 2008
PlusNewman was a wonderful Tennis player,according to Jerry.
Brian Fellow

Corinth, ME

#11 May 9, 2008
Whatever you wankers claim, you'd all trade 20 years of your lives to have half the success of Seinfeld et al. Does it make you feel better about your mediocre lives to mock those who've worked hard and accomplished something?
Cant Stands Ya

East Hampton, NY

#12 May 9, 2008
What about Mickey (Kramer's little friend), Babu Bhatt,Bubble Boy,Jack Klompus,The Drake, Crazy Joe Davola, Kenny Bania,Mr. Bookman, Mr. Pitt, Poppie, Susan Biddle Ross ....?
John

Ronkonkoma, NY

#13 May 9, 2008
A truly great show. It relates to everyday life, the common interactions with friends and family. Don't forget about one of Elaine's boyfriends, Putty.
Lynn

Hialeah, FL

#14 May 9, 2008
Cant Stands Ya wrote:
What about Mickey (Kramer's little friend), Babu Bhatt,Bubble Boy,Jack Klompus,The Drake, Crazy Joe Davola, Kenny Bania,Mr. Bookman, Mr. Pitt, Poppie, Susan Biddle Ross ....?
I loved Mr. Pitt! Elaine had to remove the salt from his pretzels...lol! And when she took Putty's jesus fish!
Lynn

Hialeah, FL

#15 May 9, 2008
Chip Saunders wrote:
PlusNewman was a wonderful Tennis player,according to Jerry.
"He needs a three hundred-dollar Bruline to beat Ethel Kennedy?"

It was a great show!
cosmo

Sunbury, OH

#16 May 9, 2008
I was so repulsed by the man hands that i find i must inspect a woman's hands before i will let her give me a hand ....
Chip Saunders

Brooklyn, NY

#17 May 9, 2008
Brian Fellow wrote:
Whatever you wankers claim, you'd all trade 20 years of your lives to have half the success of Seinfeld et al. Does it make you feel better about your mediocre lives to mock those who've worked hard and accomplished something?
Get over yourself Junior,so far,we have all been talking positive about the show.
Kera

Hialeah, FL

#18 May 9, 2008
Cant Stands Ya wrote:
What about Mickey (Kramer's little friend), Babu Bhatt,Bubble Boy,Jack Klompus,The Drake, Crazy Joe Davola, Kenny Bania,Mr. Bookman, Mr. Pitt, Poppie, Susan Biddle Ross ....?
Hate the drake!!:)
Too Bad

New Hyde Park, NY

#20 May 10, 2008
Too bad that Seinfeld himself turned into such a pompous @ss. Has to steal someone else's wife and then call a woman crazy on Oprah.

I love the show but have zero respect for the man. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Lynn

Hialeah, FL

#22 May 10, 2008
Too Bad wrote:
Too bad that Seinfeld himself turned into such a pompous @ss. Has to steal someone else's wife and then call a woman crazy on Oprah.
I love the show but have zero respect for the man. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Maybe he went insane from having to fuel up all of his cars?:-)
Brian Fellow

Corinth, ME

#23 May 10, 2008
Chip Saunders wrote:
<quoted text>Get over yourself Junior,so far,we have all been talking positive about the show.
Thanks Dad, but, I think I was referring to "end the hate" and "get real". How about you take your own advice?

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