4: “Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That” – Seinfeld
“Seinfeld” is the most successful and arguably the most beloved sitcom of all time. But how do the antics of TV’s favorite self-absorbed foursome hold up today?
In this episode of WHEN WE WERE YOUNG, we take a look back at the 90’s hit series to see how it holds up nearly two decades after its polarizing finale. Are the show’s views on sexuality, gender and race antiquated, or was it ahead of its time? And most importantly, is “Seinfeld” still funny? Grab your Junior Mints and throw on your puffy shirt, because we’ve got a whole lot to say about the “show about nothing!”
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