"It's a show about nothing." But, who's going to watch that? Well, apparently everybody. "Seinfeld" was an instant hit from its release in 1989 to its finale in 1998, and it is considered to be one of the funniest and influential sitcoms that ever hit the TV screen. But, how much do you really know about the main character, Jerry Seinfeld? While you may still sit back and watch countless reruns, there's a good chance you won't be able to finish this quiz without giggling.
This quiz will test you in ways you can't imagine, and we assure you, all these questions... "They're definitely real... and they're amazing"... from Jerry's favorite superhero to the name of his dentist. Hopefully, you're not eating Jerry's favorite cereal when you take this quiz, or else you might choke and vomit all over the place. By the way, can you recall the last time Jerry upchucked a cookie?
"Seinfeld" reads like the book, "War, What Is it Good For." It has its ups, its downs and its complete fiction. It's been over twenty years since Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer graced "Seinfeld." How much could you possibly remember? So, "Yadda, yadda, yadda," give it a try, you might surprise yourself!
The late Bernie Martin, who died in 2005.
According to Jerry, he converted for the humor of the Jews.
Valets play a significant role in both Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Superman was a TV show after a comic, starring George Reeves.
War and Peace is considered one of the classics of all time in the literary world.
Tom Pepper is the actor hired to play Cosmo Kramer in the pilot of Jerry. He astonishes the crew with his resemblance to Kramer.
The role of Marla was played by Jane Leeves, an English actress.
He is never seen in any of the episodes, but through Cosmo Kramer's accounts, he is the source of bizarre anecdotes, and is known to frequently give esoteric information and harebrained ideas.
She was played by Lucy Lawless.
People from NYC who stayed in Florida just for the winter were are called “snowbirds.”
Larry David has consistently use “hygiene” as a basis for humor in his shows.
It was a Saab 900
This is a fictional movie, along with others cited in Seinfeld.
Grodin starred in the original Heartbreak Kid.
Pitching sitcoms was an element in the early episodes of the show.
At the party, Jerry was given the job of telling the guest not to tap the glass of the aquarium.
This restaurant really existed in NYC.
When Julia Louis Dreyfuss hosted Saturday night live, she did a sketch based on yada yada yada with Larry David.
Divola is noted for stalking, Jerry, for whom he developed a pathological hatred.
Mike is the guy who calls Jerry a phony.
Jerry also attended that high school.
It was a black-and-white cookie that caused the upheaval.
It was double the amount George gave Elaine for her birthday.
Jerry actually scratches off the real number so he claims to wear 31, and he’s certainly skinny enough to pull it off.
These were illegal cable installers.
The teacher is the one who started the race with Jerry’s bitter rival.
They unwittingly put up Jerry’s parents while giving Elaine a job interview.
The passenger was a sick airline traveler.
It was Apartment 5A.
It’s a funny bit because the book is noted for its graphic sex.