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Man Pleads Guilty to Returning Non-Returnable Cans, Owes Michigan $400,000
Man Pleads Guilty to Returning Non-Returnable Cans, Owes Michigan $400,000
Man Pleads Guilty to Returning Non-Returnable Cans, Owes Michigan $400,000
We've heard a story like this before. On Seinfeld, Kramer and Newman famously used a mail truck to bring returnables from New York to Michigan. Today, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced that a Flint man has plead guilty to returning 10,000 or more out-of-state non-returnable beverage containers. The man owes Michigan $400,000 in restitution.
Quiz: Who Said It: Donald Trump or George Costanza?
Quiz: Who Said It: Donald Trump or George Costanza?
Quiz: Who Said It: Donald Trump or George Costanza?
Last week, Republican candidate Donald Trump was called to account for a tape that had leaked to the Washington Post. In it, Trump is heard bragging, in extremely lewd terms, about his treatment of women. Trump dismissed this conversation, which was recorded on an open microphone moments before an interview for Access Hollywood which he was fully aware was about to occur, as “locker room talk.”
The Lost Episode Of ‘Seinfeld’ That No One Has Ever Seen (and Never Will)
The Lost Episode Of ‘Seinfeld’ That No One Has Ever Seen (and Never Will)
The Lost Episode Of ‘Seinfeld’ That No One Has Ever Seen (and Never Will)
During the second season of ‘Seinfeld’ – on Wednesday, December 12, 1990, to be more exact – the cast sat down to read through the script for what would be the fourth episode of the season and only the ninth episode of a series that would go on to produce a total of 180 episodes. The episode was titled ‘The Bet.’ Sets for the episode had been built. Guest characters had been cast. ‘The Bet’ would never air.
July 5, 1989: ‘Seinfeld’ Debuted 25 Years Ago Today!
July 5, 1989: ‘Seinfeld’ Debuted 25 Years Ago Today!
July 5, 1989: ‘Seinfeld’ Debuted 25 Years Ago Today!
What were you doing 25 years ago today? Watching the very first "Seinfeld Chronicles?" Probably not. Not many did that first few episodes. Only when a year later, the "Chronicles" was dropped and it got a better timeslot did the show start to catch on. By the time "The Chinese Restaurant" aired in 1991, the show was on it's way.
Super Bowl Commercials: ‘Seinfeld’ Reunion with Jerry and George for ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ [Video]
Super Bowl Commercials: ‘Seinfeld’ Reunion with Jerry and George for ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ [Video]
Super Bowl Commercials: ‘Seinfeld’ Reunion with Jerry and George for ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’ [Video]
It's real! The Super Bowl has already brought us some incredible promo spots from the likes of 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier,' 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' and 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' but nothing quite so glorious as the long-awaited 'Seinfeld' reunion between Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander. Jerry himself may have told a white lie, as the full reunion spot has emerged as an epi
Eat at Tom's
Eat at Tom's
Eat at Tom's
I have been transported back to 1996! A picture shows Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander and Larry David walking into Tom's Restaurant (a.k.a Monk's Diner) to have lunch and talk about some big show biz deal. But they all look the same as from the old "Seinfeld" show, which aired on NBC-TV from July 5, 1989, to May 14, 1998, and is now in syndication.
Today Is “Nose Picking Day”…Really?
Today Is “Nose Picking Day”…Really?
Today Is “Nose Picking Day”…Really?
Yes it's true. Today is Nose Picking Day. Come On, you have all picked your nose. And probably in public. AND probably have been caught too. You know it's a real day AND something worthwhile when there's a TV show with an episode devoted to it. Jerry Seinfeld was the master of the subtle pick. Really.

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