Seinfeld

Seinfeld

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Seinfeld is an American sitcom television series. Set predominantly in an apartment block on Manhattan's Upper West Side, the show features a host of Jerry's friends and acquaintances, including George Costanza, Elaine Benes and Cosmo Kramer.

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While the Seinfeld is set in New York City, the apartment building they show in the cut scenes is located in Los Angeles.
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In addition to Jerry Seinfeld staring in the ad, we see the Soup Nazi, and Jerry says he owns all the characters from the show.

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There are several clips of Seinfeld including Jerry, Kramer, and Newman.
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It is referred to by these television episodes...

Oz:
Season:  6  / Episode:  4 
A Failure to Communicate

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
In the opening scene, Augustus recites John 1:1, "In the beginning there was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.". He then goes on to say that once man came along, communication wasn't enough. Man wants the gossip page and phone sex and reruns of 'Seinfeld'.

Oz:
Season:  1  / Episode:  8 
A Game Of Checkers

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
"Sure, we'll put them on right after Seinfeld."

Curb Your Enthusiasm:
Season:  1  / Episode:  7 
AAMCO

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Mike Duffy, the 'Aamco guy', is at the dinner party hosted by Larry and Cheryl. He tells Larry that he and his wife didn't watch 'Seinfeld' when it was originally on TV, but now that it's in re-runs, they watch it. He asks Larry if he gets paid every time 'Seinfeld' re-runs are aired on television.

Curb Your Enthusiasm:
Season:  1  / Episode:  8 
Beloved Aunt

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Larry has been kicked out of his house for the night, and after a misunderstanding with Jeff's mother, he has been kicked out of Jeff's house for the night as well. He ends up at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, only to discover they have no available rooms left. Larry asks the front desk clerk if she's ever watched the 'Seinfeld' show, possibly as an attempt to use his celebrity to get a room, but he is interrupted by Craig (Chery's cousin Becky's newly ex-boyfriend) coming into the lobby, with a new woman on his arm.

Family Guy:
Season:  11  / Episode:  10 
Brian's Play

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Stewie criticizes Brian's play, saying there's a line in the play stolen from 'Seinfeld'.

30 Rock:
Season:  4  / Episode:  15 
Don Geiss, America and Hope

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Jack announces that this is an exciting time for NBC. "Not Seinfeld, Friends and ER exciting, more like 3-D episodes of Merlin exciting.".

The Simpsons:
Season:  22  / Episode:  1 
Elementary School Musical

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld

Mr. Robot:
Season:  2  / Episode:  1 
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This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Elliot's new friend Leon talks about Seinfeld a lot

The Simpsons:
Season:  22  / Episode:  20 
Homer Scissorhands

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
While Homer is cutting Reverend Lovejoy's wife's hair, she complains about her husband, telling Homer that she keeps telling him to stop writing his sermons to be like episodes of 'Seinfeld'.

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt:
Season:  1  / Episode:  8 
Kimmy is Bad at Math!

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Kimmy is excited to have found the fountain from the opening of the television series 'Friends'. After she sees the fountain, she spots a Hasidic Jewish man and a black man standing together, and thinks they are "Jerry" and "George" from 'Seinfeld'.

The Simpsons:
Season:  22  / Episode:  2 
Loan-a-Lisa

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Lenny starts to pull the plastic film away from Homer’s expensive TV, saying “With this protective plastic overlay, I can’t tell if I’m watching an old ‘Seinfeld’ or an old ‘Old Christine’.

Entourage:
Season:  8  / Episode:  3 
One Last Shot

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Phil reminds Drama that just because a show tests well, it doesn't mean it will do well on the air. He reminds Drama of a show called 'Concrete Heat' that tested well, but got cancelled after one week. Drama says that the reason it was cancelled is because it was put up against 'Seinfeld' and didn't stand a chance.

Community:
Season:  1  / Episode:  1 
Pilot

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
The woman in the cafeteria refers to Jeff as "Seinfield" and he corrects her by saying, "It's Seinfeld."

Lady Dynamite:
Season:  1  / Episode:  1 
Pilot

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
When Patton Oswalt learns that Maria plans to incorporate some of her stand-up in her television show, he warns against the idea, saying it's already been done too many times, listing 'Seinfeld' and 'Dave Chappelle' as examples.

Entourage:
Season:  6  / Episode:  11 
Scared Straight

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Terrance wants Ari to buy him out, saying he will back end on 'Seinfeld' and 'Friends', keeping him in green for decades.

30 Rock:
Season:  2  / Episode:  1 
SeinfeldVision

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Kenneth gets in the elevator with Jerry Seinfeld. Star struck, Kenneth sings the theme song from the television series 'Seinfeld', but Jerry is less than impressed.

The Office:
Season:  2  / Episode:  2 
Sexual Harassment

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Michael says that the office is like the show 'Friends', noting that he is both Chandler and Joey, Pam is Rachel, and Dwight is Kramer (Kramer is a character from the tv series Seinfeld).

Curb Your Enthusiasm:
Season:  2  / Episode:  8 
Shaq

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
While Seinfeld is a common subject in Curb Your Enthusiasm, this episode talks about it numerous times because supposedly it is Shaq's favorite TV show. Larry also delivers a copy of ever episode of Seinfeld ever made to Shaq's hospital room to apologize for tripping him.

American Dad!:
Season:  4  / Episode:  15 
Stanny Slickers II: The Legend of Ollie's Gold

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Roger (disguised as "Luke") asks a co-worker "Did you see that episode of Seinfeld last Thursday 10 years ago?"

The Simpsons:
Season:  26  / Episode:  19 
The Kids Are All Fight

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
At the end of the episode, in a flashback, Grandma Flanders has been taken to the hospital. Dr. Hibbert comes out to the waiting room to tell the family that she's going to be all right. The music that plays is a fusion of the theme songs to both 'Seinfeld' and 'The Simpsons'.

Orange is the New Black:
Season:  3  / Episode:  7 
Tongue-Tied

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
When the inmates find out that a rabbi has been brought in to the prison, they fear their kosher meals might be coming to an end if it is discovered that they are not actually Jewish. Cindy looks for "Jewish movies" to try and learn how to convince the rabbi that she is Jewish. After looking through the VHS tape collection in the recreation room, she says she needs to watch some 'Seinfeld' episodes to help her out.

How I Met Your Mother:
Season:  3  / Episode:  2 
We're Not From Here

This Television Episode refers to Seinfeld
Barney and Ted pretend to be from out of town, in an effort to pick up some New York girls, after seeing how effortless it is for Gael. Ted and Barney are in a cab with two girls, heading to a party when Ted asks the Taxi driver why he's taking a particular route. In an effort to cover for Ted and convince the girls they are not from NYC, Barney says, "Now he knows all the streets! He's been watching too many "Steinfeld" episodes!"

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Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything
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This Book refers to Seinfeld
This show is mentioned in Chapter 6 as an example of one of the most popular TV shows in history, but which which is quite unpopular with certain races.

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