I don’t expect realism from Seinfeld, not in the least, but I do expect well-crafted ludicrousness, and this is not it. There’s a lot of individually funny stuff going on here, it’s just that the episode relies so much on its denouement, and the dovetailing just doesn’t totally work.Newman gets an epic moment of triumph, though, in a sweaty interrogation scene that may or may not be a very loose Basic Instinct parody and features a colleague of his acting as a human slide projector.
" Jerry, George, and Kramer worked at the the puzzle: Celeste? In an early episode, one of Jerry’s comedy routines addresses the fact that Nazis in World War II movies had "like two separate ‘heils.' They had like the regular ‘heil,’ and then when they were around the offices, they had like this casual ‘heil.’" There was no way to avoid a faithful translation in that case: Seinfeld made the Hitler salute as he spoke.
It returned two years later at AM, then 6PM, then PM.
As Dutch TV researcher Van Cassel noted in a study that examined ’s lack of traction with Dutch and German audiences, programmers’ "indecision seems to be more of a consequence than a cause of the lack of interest displayed by the viewers.
I am really quite charged up to be moving there.' The show - which features Seinfeld chatting with guests in classic cars and coffee shops - has streamed on Sony-owned Crackle since its debut in 2012.
It has been nominated for three Emmy awards and has been streamed more than 165 million times.
When Sebastian’s episodes started airing in 1996, they amassed a small, cult-level following in Germany.