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Seinfeld Fans Weigh In On The Cartooniest Moment Of The Series

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“Seinfeld” is just one of those shows where when you ask multiple fans to list their personal favorite moments, the choices tend to be wildly different depending on who you ask. That’s because the show gave us too many hilarious classic scenes to count. However, there are a few scenes where reality has stepped a step or two over the limit. These cartoon scenes have fans on Reddit who agree the authors sometimes went a little too far.

An example of this comes in season 9, episode 18 (“The Frogger”) when George Costanza (Jason Alexander) tries to keep his high score by buying the Frogger arcade machine before it shuts down. With just a few minutes of battery life, George must carry the heavy machine across the street, paralleling the frog’s goal in the arcade game itself by avoiding being crushed by a car. u/DontAskTheQuestion complained, “These people are just going to slowly run over a man in the street and not stop? For real?”

But there is one moment in “Seinfeld” that many fans would agree is one of the funniest of them all. In Season 9, Episode 6 (“The Merv Griffin Show”), Kramer stumbles across broken pieces of the set from the classic talk show “The Merv Griffin Show” and decides to recreate it in his living room. With Newman as a sidekick, Kramer has Jerry as a guest — in front of no audience. While fans still found the situation humorous, it also felt like overstatement on the part of the writers. “It’s so incredibly silly and unrealistic (even for a Kramer plot) but it’s great fun to watch him do it,” said u/Broadnerd.



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