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Regis and Kelly to Host 'Seinfeld' Reunion

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'Seinfeld' Cast of Characters (L-R) Kramer (Michael Richards),

George (Jason Alexander), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and last,

but never least, Jerry Seinfeld as himself.

Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa will host the four stars of "Seinfeld" for the entire hour of "Live With Regis and Kelly" on Wednesday, November 23. It will be the first time that 'Live' has devoted a full program to the cast of another show, Buena Vista Television announced today in a news release.

Philbin is "the world's biggest 'Seinfeld' fan," according to the release. "Seinfeld" ran on NBC from 1990-98. Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards will talk about the release of the DVDs, "Seinfeld Season 5" and "Seinfeld Season 6," which will be in store shelves on Tuesday, November 22.

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Tuesday, November 22

Exclusive: Jerry Seinfeld and Martha Stewart

Exclusive: A rare one-on-one with one of the funniest men in comedy, Jerry Seinfeld. Plus, Martha Stewart takes your calls. Tune in at 9 p.m. ET.

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"So, you're still Master of your Domain?"

"Yes, yes I am. Master of my domain. But I will tell you this: I'm going over to her apartment and I'm tellin' her to put those shades down!"

"Wait, wait wait... Whoa, whoa whoa-- what did you just say?"

"I can't take it any more! She's drivin' me crazy. I can't sleep, I can't leave the house. When I'm here I'm climbin' the walls. Meanwhile I'm datin' a virgin, I'm in this contest... something's gotta give!"

"Do you hear what you're saying? Can you hear it? This is a beautiful woman walking around naked, and you want to tell her to stop!? That's the *dumbest* thing I ever heard. I mean, it's incomprehens-- I'm not gonna let you do it!"

"Well, I'm doin' it. Get out of my way..."

"No, you can't! This is something that comes about once in a lifetime. When we were boys looking through our bedroom windows we would think, 'Why can't there be a woman out there taking her clothes off?' And now that wish has come true and you want to... pfffft... throw it away?!"

- Kramer and Jerry, fighting over the woman across the street, in "The Contest"

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HAPPY Festivus to all !!!!

Many Christmas's ago, Frank Costanza went to buy a doll for George. There was only one doll left and when he reached for it, so did another man. After struggling for the doll, he thought there could be another way. The doll was destroyed, but out of that, a new holiday was born. It was called Festivus. A Festivus for the rest-iv-us..

Festivus Information:

Celebrated December 23rd each year.

The Meal: What ever you want

During the last few weeks in December when Festivus takes place, families and friends get together at the dinner table and have something called "the Airing of Grievances". Durning this time, we share with family and friends all the ways they had disappointed over the past year.

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The Festivus Pole: The Costanzas' tradition begins with an aluminum-glass pole, which Frank praises for its "very high strength-to-weight ratio." During Festivus, the unadorned pole is displayed. The pole was chosen apparently in opposition to the commercialization of highly decorated Christmas trees, because it is "very low-maintenance," and also because the holiday's patron, Frank Costanza, "find tinsel distracting

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HAPPY FESTIVUS!

All of us here at ManTodd Industries look forward to celebrating Festivus. Below, you can find all the tools you need to make your Festivus Holiday a successful one.

History of Festivus

Many Christmas's ago, Frank Costanza went to buy a doll for his son. He went to reach for it because it was the last one, but so did another man and as Frank rained blows upon him, he thought there could be another way. The doll was destroyed, but out of that, a new holiday was born. He named it Festivus.

Festivus takes place during the last few weeks in December, families and friends gather at the dinner table and have "The Airing of Grievances". Durning this time, family and friends share all the ways they have disappointed each other during the past year.

After the Airing of Grievances, the "Feats of Strength" takes place. This is where the head of the household tests his/her strength with another friend or family member. The great honour is given out to a different person each year. Kramer was given the honor but passed it to George Costanza as he had an appointment. You can turn down a challenge if you have an appointment. Festivus is not over until the head of the household is pinned.

The Festivus Pole, is not a tree. It is a metal pole with no decorations. Frank Costanza believes that tinsel is very distracting. The pole is tall and silver.

Airing of Grievances

No Festivus is complete without the Airing of Grievances. Use the sheet below to make sure you have all your grievances listed.

List of Grievances Worksheet

Festivus Fruitcake

The Festivus Fruitcake is a yearly tradition. Start yours today! Use the tag below to make sure your victim....I mean recipient is aware of the "tradition".

Festivus Fruitcake Tag

Feats of Strength

You can't end Festivus without the Feats of Strength. Get the challenge card here.

Official Challenge Card

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"Believe it or not George isn't at home. Please leave a message at the beep. I must be out or I'd pick up the phone. Where could I be? Believe it or not, I'm not home." --George

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This just in...

"Seinfeld: The Lost Episode" just discovered!

Click Here to view on line.

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Ouch! It's amazing how they found all the episode clips to splice together. It's funny, yet sad at the same time.

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Me too........Nobody's perfect :ph34r:

He'll always be Kramer :lol:

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"A guy who's about five foot eleven, he's got uh, a big head and flared nostrils."

- Kramer, describing Jerry, in "The Movie"

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I never understood why this show was considered so funny. I met Jerry Seinfeld once where I worked and he was a total self entitled creep.

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Hi Everyone....Seinfeld is definately the most hilarious show to ever hit the airwaves. As for the last post I went to see Jerry in person in a very small theatre. He was most definately not a self centered creep. Maybe you intimidated him in someway...not purposely...but celebrities do have to be careful. I don't know the circumstance so am not in a position to judge. He may have just been having a bad day. But it seems strange that their has never been any bad press about him acting in this manner to anyone. He usually gets glowing press about his attitude and grace towards fans and press. I would give him the benefit of the doubt. I'm sure it hurt your feelings and I feel bad for you. I know I would be devastated.

I also like some earlier posts forgive Micheal Richards for his outburst. He apologized for it and I think all should forgive him. Frankly had it been white people heckling him nothing would have been made of it. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have their noses stuck in everything that is racially motivated. Look at what they did to Imus. I think it is a terrible double standard that people can get on TV or any medium and run down and make fun of whites all day every day which they do...but when an incident happens that something bad is said of an african american Jesse and Al are all over it in a new york minute. If you think about it...its very true. I mean to offend no one I just think there is such a double standard in this country that you have to walk on egg shells if you are white of what you say or do to anyone of another race.

And I am not racist. I just believe Micheal had gotten extreme aggravated at the heckling and lost it. People should be Christians and move on.

All of the cast on Seinfeld just fit so well together. It was like magic. Even the ones not seen every episode like the parents, Uncle Leo, Newman etc they just all clicked.

Speaking of clicking I thought that was hilarious in the episode the Kiss Hello...Where george goes into pay his bill at that Lady with the strange hair to pay his bill and the receptionist keeps clicking her mouth after she says everything...then George does it too. She says something like will you be here for your appt tommorrow? He says I guess I have to its less then 24 Hrs....click...LOL. Earlier in the show they try to get Kramer to tell her to change her hair....he stares at her and tells her how lovely it is. She says I've been thinking of changing it. Kramer: Don't do that you'd be a damn fool nobody wears it like that! Also funny George calls her a delicate genius.

I thought another really funny episode is the pledge drive...with the high talker.Jerrys grandma writing those bad checks and Kramer thinking the high talker is in love with Jerry when he comes to the TV station. Uncle Leo showing up there saying why didn't you tell me you were a little bit short. That whole show is funny.

The next one is hilarious too still with Noreen...I'm thinking it might be the Chinese women but not sure.Jerry and Elaine see Frank in town with a man in a cape. That whole episode is side spliting.

I think my all time favorite is the one where they reopen the Movie Theatre and Georges old friend from school thinks hes losing his mind. Its the one where they write in the clerk from the coffee shop. I'm trying to think of the name of it...I think its the Gum

Festivus is a riot. I have sweatshirt and I wear it about all winter long. People look at me and say what the heck is festivus? I can't believe that many people really don't know Seinfeld.

But I guess when you are true fans like Art Vandeley and I its a whole different world I guess!!!

Almost all of them are so funny....there are a few I don't like as well. I was going to look on here to see if anyone had a least favorite episode of Seinfeld catagory. If not we should have one.

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