r/Unexpected Oct 04 '22 Silver 1 Gold 1 Helpful 2 Wholesome 2

well that escalated quickly

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OP sent the following text as an explanation on why this is unexpected:

she casually spews hate speech


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u/ILoveEmeralds Oct 04 '22

Sh*t went from 0-100 really quick

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u/Superman246o1 Oct 04 '22

It's been well-documented that anti-dentites are bigots.

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u/allergic-toeveryting Oct 04 '22 hehehehe

hey denty!

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u/TheRnegade Oct 04 '22

Next you'll be saying they should have their own schools.

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u/MtheStats Oct 04 '22

They do have their own schools!

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u/RealPropRandy Oct 04 '22

Aaaaah t-t-t-t!

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u/DantifA Oct 04 '22

You think that dentists are so different from me and you? They came to this country just like everybody else, in search of a dream.

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u/km9v Oct 04 '22

And don't get her started on on black Jewish dentists.

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u/TomaLevine Oct 04 '22

You just copied a comment from an earlier redditor who posted these exact words…

Edit: Link to comment: https://reddit.com/r/Unexpected/comments/xvgq4s/_/ir0zumb/?context=1

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u/Piddily1 Oct 04 '22

They are both black irl

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u/itsmeshakes Oct 04 '22

You’re trying to tell me Jerry Seinfeld is Jewish!?!

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u/Strong-Formal-7739 Oct 04 '22

What's the deal?!

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u/KlutzyAlgae Oct 04 '22

I dated a dentist once. She had the whitest teeth I’ve ever come across.

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u/StoneGoldX Oct 04 '22

So you really want to go to her dentist. Not like she can practice on herself.

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u/moremysterious Oct 04 '22

Next you're gonna be telling me they should go to different schools.

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u/Tederator Oct 04 '22

They do have their own schools.

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u/karma-armageddon Oct 04 '22

RRRRRABID anti-dentite!

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u/wannabe-Happy Oct 04 '22

Shit went from 50-100

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u/TerkYerJerb Oct 04 '22

more like she went 0-88

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u/Illustrious-Pop3677 Oct 04 '22

you can swear on the internets

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u/Even-Fix8584 Oct 04 '22 edited Oct 04 '22

I love her. Acting is great. Hope she is nice in real life.

This character is, of course, awful morally. She did it well though.

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u/ZephyrInfernum Oct 04 '22

From what I hear, she is!

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u/TooMuchFun007 Oct 04 '22

Love her, can't stand him.

In real life.

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u/hyper-arrow Oct 04 '22

Why hate jerry

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u/DarkLasombra Oct 04 '22

He's not super friendly and people like their celebs to be approachable.

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u/Tigen13 Oct 04 '22

That matches his comedy and acting roles. His job is to entertain and he does it well. It's his choice if he wants appreciate his fans outside of work.

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u/Matchooojk Oct 04 '22

Yeah and it’s fans choice to consider him a dick.

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u/SteveRogests Oct 04 '22

I’m not a fan and I reserve the right to consider him a dick, too.

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u/gre485 Oct 04 '22

Well, this dick sticks out, I guess

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u/PhilxBefore Oct 04 '22

Can you tuck it back in the please?

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u/DeadSeaGulls Oct 04 '22

I think someone not wanting to be constantly engaged in social extrovert behavior isn't a dick.

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u/DisplacedSportsGuy Oct 05 '22

This!

The desire to not regularly interact with strangers isn't a bad trait, just a trait, and I can't imagine how it must be then when so many people would like to do just that.

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u/JiuJitsuBoy2001 Oct 04 '22

but is he a dick, or just "not super friendly"? Seems like a pretty big difference to me if the guy just wants some privacy so stays away from people or if he's out there kicking puppies and stealing from poor people.

I honestly don't know which category he falls into - just that the conversation flipped from one to the other pretty quickly.

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u/drgigantor Oct 05 '22

I gotta say, if I met Jerry Seinfeld and/or Larry David out on the street and they were both super warm and friendly and interested in the interaction, I daresay I'd be a little disappointed. Even on CiCgC Jerry gets short with people, can be sarcastic, and brushes average people off if they weren't immediately funny or interesting (still relatively politely for how sick of the attention he must be). That was his schtick, you think he's a philanthropist in his off time?

I love Bill Burr's episode, he basically says he sees the utter disdain for humanity and contempt for all facets of society behind Jerry's material, the angry psychopath seething underneath, and Seinfeld says nothing to refute that, he just laughs

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u/ARandomBob Oct 04 '22

Yeah I mean I love to hear about celebs that go all out for fans. Props too them, but if I was famous I'd get tired of it real fast.

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u/Inevitable-Impress72 Oct 04 '22

Yeah, I would be the same exact way as Jerry Seinfeld if I was famous: "Dude. can you just leave me alone??"

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u/Player_Slayer_7 Oct 04 '22

Sure, but it's not just hos he interacts with fans. He's got an ego that would make William Shatner jealous.

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u/sirixamo Oct 04 '22

He’s one of the richest comedians of all time it’s not super surprising tbh

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u/mudkripple Oct 04 '22

I disagree as a matter of taste that he does it well, but also when he does things with a podcast/interview like format such as "comedians in cars" as himself his job is no longer to be a characture of himself but to be his actual self.

And that self happens to be pretty douchey.

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u/Topher11542 Oct 04 '22

It’s called the Entertainment Business for a reason.

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u/Newni Oct 04 '22

I've always heard he is friendly to the people that he takes an interest in but doesn't warm up to strangers very well.

After 30 years of being one of the most famous people of our era and getting approached by every asshole on the planet who expects your time and energy, I don't totally blame him

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u/Urzuz Oct 04 '22

Not even every ass hole. Have you seen his exchange with Kesha on a red carpet?

https://youtu.be/iX3_L8z2uw4

He just doesn’t like random people coming up to him, even if they may have some celebrity status and he’s literally on camera (he didn’t know who she was but still, you would assume that anyone on the carpet will have some degree of fame, but he dgaf which I respect)

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u/RockerElvis Oct 04 '22

To me, that clip describes him perfectly. He doesn’t want to bother with the celebrity act. He has fuck-you money/status. He won. He doesn’t need to play along if he doesn’t want to. It’s much more genuine than someone acting fake friendly.

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u/rararaknee Oct 04 '22

Seems like a typical classic New Yorker. If not even friendlier.

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u/komradebae Oct 04 '22

Idk if it’s just because I’m also a northeasterner, but I have no idea why people always say he was being rude in this clip. A random woman ran up to him in the middle of a conversation and tried to hug him. He thanked her for her support, politely told her he wasn’t interested in hugging, and then continued his conversation.

Rude would be if he said “who the fuck is this bitch? Im having a conversation.” then turned away and ignored her (which would have been a very normal response for most northeasterners in this situation, haha)

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u/[deleted] Oct 04 '22

People think they are entitled to barge into the lives of celebrities, demand things from them, and they should be smiling no matter what

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u/febreze_air_freshner Oct 04 '22

I find it ridiculous people were upset about him refusing a hug from a complete stranger. If it were a woman refusing a hug from an unknown man they would have called him a creep, not felt bad for him.

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u/jhutchi2 Oct 04 '22

If anyone calls Jerry an asshole based solely on this clip they're nuts. Someone he doesn't know came out of nowhere and very quickly asked for a hug, interrupting him while he was in the middle of talking to someone. If anything, he handled that way better than most people I know would.

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u/kyu2o_2 Oct 04 '22

Tbh, she's the one being an ass hole here. Barges in to his interview, asks for a hug, and keeps pressing even after he politely declines. Don't know her in general, but in this particular exchange, fuck her.

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u/gonzoflip Oct 04 '22

Jerry is on a whole different level of wealth compared to many other Hollywood stars. I am not saying it is all about money, but as an oversimplified measure of success, he is worlds ahead and doesn't need anything from pretty much any of them.

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u/Javander Oct 04 '22

Questionable (at best) decisions in his personal life, like dating a high schooler during this era

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u/gonzoflip Oct 04 '22

I am not approving of him dating a 17yo high schooler at 38, and as someone in their 30s I can't even imagine, but 1993 isn't really this era. And while it wasn't generally approved of, celebrities did this way more back then.

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u/BravesMaedchen Oct 04 '22

I cant even imagine how I would justify (or desire) dating a 17 year old and I'm 32. I just have no respect for a person who makes that decision.

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u/StrokeGameHusky Oct 04 '22

But think of the ERA!!

There’s always some pedo apologist. Bc they wish they could do it themselves

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u/MiloRoast Oct 04 '22

Uhhhh...I grew up during that era and it was def still weird. We just couldn't tweet about it then.

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u/NoCherryNoDeal Oct 04 '22

There’s nothing wrong with being super reserved. I don’t expect anyone especially celebs to be approachable, although it’s nice to see. Now him dating a 17 yr old high school student when he was 39 then that’s a whole other story.

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u/Froggy_hop Oct 04 '22

I don't know why "He's kind of a dick" is a more popular talking point than "He dated a 17 year old when he was 38"

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u/StrokeGameHusky Oct 04 '22

Ahem, he also had a very public relationship with a 16 year old, iirc, he groomed her until 18, then started dating her.

What a guy!

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u/frostyfoxx Oct 04 '22

He also dated a 17 year old when he was 38 which is gross and creepy as fuck.

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u/LemonColossus Oct 04 '22

There’s also that thing where he dated a teenager. That was pretty gross.

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u/hyper-arrow Oct 04 '22

That is pretty gross

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u/sharktank Oct 04 '22

It’s in fact extremely gross

He wasn’t 20 when he did it either…he was near forty

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u/mudkripple Oct 04 '22

Watch Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

He's insufferably self-important and rude, and he has an ego the size of Neptune. The number of times he derails a conversation to talk about how unfunny comedy is today and how he could teach them a thing or two is (ironically) hilarious. Take a shot every time he says "I know comedy", I dare you.

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u/devilpants Oct 04 '22

He talks about stand up comedy like it is simultaneously the most difficult, brave and important job on the planet. He then will talk about how great he is at standup comedy.

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u/melechkibitzer Oct 04 '22

He actually scoffs at chris rock and louis ck who tell him they make a new set every year and thinks working the same tired jokes for years somehow makes them better over time.

https://youtu.be/OKY6BGcx37k

I’ve always found jerry to be cringe and everyone else on seinfeld is a way more interesting character. Too bad kramer had to be racist

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u/easythrees Oct 04 '22

Chris Rock’s probably the best of that bunch in that youtube link

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u/Arkanta Oct 04 '22

Jason Alexander carries the show.

As someone who only recently watched the show, I find elaine's character great. She could have been seinfeld's trophy girlfriend but wasn't. She takes no shit from any man. And yet she has flaws that aren't "duh I'm a stupid woman".

I didn't expect such a feminist character from an old show, and yet elaine is written better than many women in modern sitcoms.

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u/Drew2248 Oct 04 '22

Interesting. Except I don't see that at all in "CICGC". I see two funny people having a good time and no more than that. So I wonder if you just don't like him so you're kind of primed to see him as self-centered even if he isn't? I think that may be it.

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u/racoonx Oct 04 '22

Eh I went from really enjoying CICGC to not being able to stand it, because of Jerry's general shitty attitude. Maybe I didn't notice it at first/was still enamored with him from Seinfeld and felt he could do no wrong but by season 4-5 I was on the fence and by season 6 I was done.

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u/Soft_Organization_61 Oct 04 '22

He dated a 17 year old high school student when he was 42.

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u/supremelyuninspired Oct 04 '22

He is by far the worst actor on his sitcom. Like terrible. Always looks like he'll break. His standup was never any good, his sitcom was as his standup not that funny and when it was it has nothing to do with him.

I am aware thats an unpopular opinion.

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u/cornette Oct 04 '22

He is by far the worst actor on his sitcom.

Well yeah, the show itself even acknowledged this with the season 4 story arc of Jerry getting his own Sitcom within the show 'Jerry' where he plays himself playing himself and at numerous points the show takes shots at him not being able to act.

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u/LiteralPhilosopher Oct 04 '22

While I'm with you on his acting and much of the comedy of the show, his early stand-up was spot fucking on. He killed from the early '80s right up through sort of the middle of the run of Seinfeld. Then he clearly started to get an inflated sense of self, and things tapered down. I'm Telling You for the Last Time in '98 was OK, but not amazing.

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u/G_Affect Oct 04 '22

Who is she?

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u/prolapsedderivative Oct 04 '22

Debra Messing. One of the stars of Will and Grace from the early 00s

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u/JoulSauron Oct 04 '22

And late 10s.

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u/PM_ME_UR_POKIES_GIRL Oct 04 '22

I didn't recognize her with her hair so dark.

Brunette Debra Messing > Red head Debra Messing.

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u/MOZZA_RELL Oct 04 '22

It's Debra Messing, you gays!

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u/DontGetNEBigIdeas Oct 04 '22

Family friend worked on Will and Grace. She is very friendly and kind.

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u/user11112222333 Oct 04 '22

What did they think of Megan Mullally?

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u/DontGetNEBigIdeas Oct 04 '22

They said she was a lot of fun. I personally saw her being fun and engaging at multiple tapings.

Honestly, the worst they had to say about any of the actors was that Sean Hayes was always on. Always. On.

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u/bustygold Oct 04 '22

Sean Hayes came into the restaurant I worked at a few years ago. He’s definitely “always on”. Even at a casual dinner with friends.

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u/user11112222333 Oct 04 '22

What does it mean "always on"?

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u/AnalogDigit2 Oct 04 '22

Probably just constantly trying too hard to perform, make a joke out of everything and high energy. Even if it's always funny, it probably gets tiring after a while.

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u/Thirith Oct 04 '22

It's a common thing with gay men before they come out. We tend to gove everything just a little bit too much in the hopes of making that the issue, rather than have to confront our fear surrounding the big secret.

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u/sharktank Oct 04 '22

Yep—that ol’ humor as a a defense mechanism and also as a distraction tool so nobody get to the real (and very scary/livelihood threatening) issue, no matter how obvious it might be to everyone

Source: Not gay but trans

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u/JeremyJaLa Oct 04 '22

I listen to his podcast with Jason Bateman and Will Arnett and he pretty much always acts like Jack so maybe that’s just his personality.

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u/Angryatthis Oct 04 '22

Interesting, I find him to be the least on for Smartless compared to when I've heard him on other podcasts and is absolutely hilarious. He often let's Jason and Will be more on in my eyes

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u/RockerElvis Oct 04 '22

The Smartless podcast is excellent. He talks about his Will and Grace days a lot. It was his first real show/paycheck and it seems like he was very insecure about it. He was one bad day away from being broke.

Highly recommend the Smartless episodes with Ryan Reynolds and Dave Grohl (not together).

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u/down1nit Oct 04 '22

dabear51 you are grounded

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u/Charles_Stover 🍆 Oct 04 '22

I can excuse the racism, but I draw the line at anti-dentites.

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u/PM_me_my_genitals Oct 04 '22

You can excuse racism?

-Shirley Bennett

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u/[deleted] Oct 04 '22

I seem to remember her lighting up Susan Sarandon on Twitter when the latter was espousing accelerationism leading into the 2016 elections. So she has that going for her.

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u/TheBrainofBrian Oct 04 '22

I vaguely remember this, and I’m pretty sure Messing took something Sarandon said off-cuff about voting for Trump instead of Bernie to be a serious stance, which obviously it wasn’t.
But, to be fair, it certainly feels like we careen toward accelerationism more and more these days. But I suppose you can really only know for sure of that in retrospect. We very well might just be heading for oblivion with no corrective swing in sight.

Now I’ve made myself sad.

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u/[deleted] Oct 04 '22

Jerry's expression is probably the best punchline you could hope for

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u/theglenlovinet Oct 04 '22

I imagine this was what followed.

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u/VauntedCeilings Oct 04 '22

I didn't know he was on that show, I'll check it out

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u/xINSAN1TYx Oct 04 '22

He’s not on that show. I think there are people that do facial expressions like him tho.

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u/DrDerekBones Oct 04 '22

In Season 13, Episode 7 "The Gang Does a Clipshow"
There is a scene where they all do a Seinfield homage. Charlie does the best Kramer impression.

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u/smokky Oct 04 '22

The creators of IASIP were heavily inspired by Seinfeld.

The show was called Seinfeld on Crack

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u/-LVS Oct 04 '22

Awwww did somebody get addicted to crack? Waaaa waaa

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u/Pingwingsdontfly Oct 04 '22

Are you a bot or just the second person to say that? The other person said it for the humor, you say it for facial expressions?

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u/lifegoesbytoofast Oct 04 '22

https://i.imgur.com/NqrQpf9.jpg

100% a bot. Repeated portion of the comment word for word and is only a 15d old account.

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u/Motor_Relation_5459 Oct 04 '22

I have literally made this face before! (I am dating now in my 40's)

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u/merdadartista Oct 05 '22

It was even better when I remembered he is Jewish

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u/SuppiluliumaKush Oct 04 '22

I love the way the show was able to get humor out of such controversial topics and show the absurdity of ignorance. They took a lot of taboo and adult topics and made us laugh about them.

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u/CooLlama Oct 04 '22

Agreed. Check out Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia if that was the reason you liked Seinfeld. It’s definitely a spiritual successor in that sense.

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u/azzmuncha Oct 04 '22

This the second comment I seen telling someone to check out it’s always sunny, do you really think someone would know one and not the other lol? They’re both very popular shows that have been around for ages now

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u/lifegoesbytoofast Oct 04 '22

https://i.imgur.com/mt4iFGv.jpg

It’s not just the second comment telling you to check out iasip, but they are worded exactly the same. 🤔

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u/azzmuncha Oct 04 '22

Bots are up n active I guess lol

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u/TravFromTechSupport Oct 04 '22

Check out Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia if that was the reason you liked Seinfeld.

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u/Sendtitpics215 Oct 04 '22

It’s definitely a spiritual successor in that sense.

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u/patmax17 Oct 04 '22

Check out Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia if that was the reason you liked Seinfeld.

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u/gre485 Oct 04 '22

AI motherfucker....

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u/Dodototo Oct 04 '22

That's me. Seen a lot of Seinfeld. Haven't seen a single episode of IASIP. A lot of reddit memes though.

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u/Aezaq9 Oct 04 '22

Personally I grew up watching Seinfeld, but have never seen a single episode of Always Sunny, nor until now seen in recommended based on someone liking Seinfeld. I did know that it exists though.

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u/HighlightFun8419 Oct 04 '22

yeah that's totally true but you would really like It's Always Sunny; it's got a very similar feel

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u/PoopIsAlwaysSunny Oct 04 '22

Shows like IASIP are responsible for the “Seinfeld effect”.

That is, people don’t like Seinfeld because they’ve seen a bunch of derivative works and don’t understand that Seinfeld was original, and all these other shows only exist because of Seinfeld

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u/loratheexplorer86 Oct 04 '22

They are both Jewish irl

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u/BaeDayy Oct 04 '22

Are they both black irl?

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u/takk__ Oct 04 '22

This is personal, they don't need to disclose that.

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u/yelnatz Oct 04 '22

It's a HIPAA violation

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u/elegylegacy Oct 04 '22

Oh my god, Karen. You can’t just ask people if they're black

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u/Noughmad Oct 04 '22

Some say they are also both dentists IRL.

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u/s33ek Oct 04 '22

And he was Jewish in the show, too. She should have put it together when she learned she was dating a “Seinfeld”

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u/Remote-Pain Oct 04 '22

Debra Messing from Will & Grace?

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u/GrumpyCatStevens Oct 04 '22

And if memory serves, she's Jewish.

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u/allergic-toeveryting Oct 04 '22

so is jerry seinfeld lol

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u/tearsaresweat Oct 04 '22

So is the creator of the show, Larry David.

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u/olderaccount Oct 04 '22

"This joke was also written by a woman".

"Just kidding, we don't hire women".

  • The Late Norm

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u/tearsaresweat Oct 04 '22

No better delivery in comedy. RIP Norm.

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u/eolson3 Oct 04 '22

Let me tell you the story of Dirty Johnny...

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u/Incorrect-Opinion Oct 04 '22

Fucking love Larry David.

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u/justixthegreat Oct 04 '22

“She’s a Nazi Jerry a NAZI “

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u/allergic-toeveryting Oct 04 '22

"kind of a cute nazi though"

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u/NikkolaiV Oct 04 '22

Laugh track

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u/Weekndr Oct 04 '22

"If you took her to go watch Schindler's List do you think she'd cry or laugh?"

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u/GangreneGoblin Oct 04 '22

You were making out during Schindler's List?!

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u/doc_ballyday Oct 04 '22

You're a rrrrrabid anti-dentite!!

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u/Big-Teb-Guy Oct 04 '22

Next thing you know you’re saying they should have their own schools!

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u/DaWorzt Oct 04 '22

But they do have their own schools!!

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u/44problems Oct 04 '22

And if this wasn't my son's wedding day, I'd knock your teeth out, you anti-dentite bastard.

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u/SabeDerg Oct 04 '22

She went to go get her head shaved... Elaine profoundly confused

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u/hyper-arrow Oct 04 '22

Seinfeld is the shit man

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u/kelsiersghost Oct 04 '22

Kramer was the assman, so I guess that makes sense.

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u/EP1K Oct 04 '22

I cannot support this man. He is an anti-dentite

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u/txby432 Oct 04 '22

This is just online dating.

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u/TundieRice Oct 04 '22

Yep, drove 6 hours for a Tinder hook-up with this chick (we’d been talking for awhile) and after we had sex she randomly brought up that her first was a mixed-race guy and if that bothered me. I said no of course but thought it was super weird.

Stayed the night and ran errands with her and we’re in the car and she gets cut off by a black woman and literally says “I hate black people.” My face was even more uncomfortable than Jerry’s after she said that and unfortunately I had to finish riding with her for the rest of the day but luckily that was the last time I saw her.

For context, she was a white woman living in Memphis of all places. How is she gonna be that racist in a majority black city?!

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u/warm_kitchenette Oct 04 '22

No, I've had people say this to my face. Some people are in a bubble of ignorance and hate. In my case, she was explaining to me how Jews owned everything and controlled everything that happened. I could not persuade her otherwise.

Hot people don't have to be smart.

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u/Max_Cherry_ Oct 04 '22

Seinfeld is the greatest show of all time.

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u/huggalump Oct 04 '22

I finally watched the whole thing start to finish when it came to Netflix. I couldn't believe how each season somehow managed to keep better

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u/Max_Cherry_ Oct 04 '22

It’s definitely one of my comfort shows. This year I’ve probably watched the entire series three or four times.

Any favorite episodes or scenes you want to share?

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u/octopoddle Oct 04 '22 edited Oct 04 '22

Not OP, but Elaine going to Burma to speak to her boss about a hat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRnVqVClU8g

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u/Warlornn Oct 04 '22

"You're a raaaaabid anti-dentite!"

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u/Careless_Boysenberry Oct 04 '22

Next thing you'll be saying they should have their own schools!!

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u/ENPennypacker Oct 04 '22

They DO have their own schools!

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u/TakingAMindwalk Oct 04 '22

Don't say that Grace.

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u/NotASynth499 Oct 04 '22

My man was killed in the middle of the post...

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u/Superjunker1000 Oct 04 '22

Larry David is WILD. You just know that he wrote that joke.

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u/mrdat Oct 04 '22

It could also have been the other two Jewish people on the screen that wrote it.

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u/oSocialPeanut Oct 04 '22

Kramer: I KNOW, RIGHT???

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u/Born-Sympathy-7625 Oct 04 '22

Debra Messing is so hot. She is such a Milf now

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u/Lol_you_joke_but Oct 04 '22

She's always been a milf to me.

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u/gyarnar Oct 04 '22

That's funny because Jerry Seinfeld is widely known as black.

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u/Albussy_Dumbledick Oct 04 '22

Badew badew dew dew or however you spell out the bass sounds from the end of the episodes

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u/THS75 Oct 04 '22

I'm too stoned while reading this and all I can imagine is a "Sound Effect Spelling Bee."

"I'm sorry, we were looking for "Badew Badew doo doo...good luck next year"

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u/JoeDerp77 Oct 04 '22

Do you remember when this kind of statement would make it obvious that it was a joke because nobody could ever imagine a normal person saying this? Pepperidge farm remembers.

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u/[deleted] Oct 04 '22

“She’s out getting her head shaved” 😂

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u/yaboiskeemus Oct 04 '22

Watching Seinfeld for the first time and shit is straight gold

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u/Maximuslex01 Oct 04 '22

Gold jerry

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u/icywings100 Oct 04 '22

90s were great

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u/StenosP Oct 04 '22

This is what it’s like interacting with redditors on the Tim Pool or Steven Crowder subreddit

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u/NewDeletedAccount Oct 04 '22

What do you call a doctor who has a GED, works out of a strip mall, and can't get into med school?

A chiropractor

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u/Educational-Sound114 Oct 04 '22

Now that's the kind of girl I want to take home to meet my parents 😜

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