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Seinfeld Quiz : Are You Sponge Worthy?

Seinfeld quiz

When the television series, Seinfeld, first aired in 1989, there weren’t many people that had confidence in how well it would do with audiences. It was unlike any other sitcom on television since there really wasn’t a storyline with the characters. Jerry Seinfeld has done a number of interviews regarding how the show came about and he’s always maintained that the series was actually a show about nothing.

Little did the Peacock Network know that eponymous star Jerry Seinfeld and his co-creator Larry David’s little “show about nothing” would become their benchmark sitcom for the next decade, redefining primetime comedy in the process.

The adventure begins and ends with a conversation about a button on a dress shirt, but even for “The Show About Nothing,” a lot happened over the course of its nine-year, nine-season, 180-episode run.

Think you know all there is about close talkers, shrinkage and the jerk store? Then see if you’re spongeworthy by taking this Seinfeld quiz.

Seinfeld Quiz

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Best Seinfeld Quotes That Are Still Popular Today

25. Jerry : We’re not gay. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

While at Monk’s Café, Elaine notices a woman in a nearby booth eavesdropping, and as a prank speaks to Jerry and George as if they were a closeted gay couple. Jerry and George strenuously deny that they are gay, conditioning their denials with “Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

24. George : Was that wrong? Should I not have done that?

When Mr. Lippman accuses George of having sex with the cleaning lady in the office, he comes up with this epic response.

23. George : I’m a great quitter. It’s one of the few things I do well. I come form a long line of quitters. My father was a quitter, my grandfather was a quitter… I was raised to give up.

George boasts that quitting runs in his family.

22. Elaine : I once broke up with someone for not offering me pie.

Elaine sets her priorities right.

21. George : My name is George. I am unemployed and I live with my parents.

This quote comes from an episode called “The Opposite,” in which big-time loser George Costanza decides to do the opposite of his every instinct, since his instincts have lead him nowhere in life. So, he walks up to a hot lady in the coffee shop and announces his loser-dom.

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