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It's been an astonishing 25 years since the show about nothing - Seinfeld - first hit screens and forever changed how we felt about soup kitchens, pretzels and white sneakers. But what are they up to now? How have they fared over the years? For a while, their inability to shed their TV alter-egos and find new work was called The Seinfeld Curse. But in recent years, they've gone onto varying degrees of success. Well, except Michael Richards. After Seinfeld ended, the show's star and co-creator, now ridonkulously wealthy and probably with no need to work again, returned to the world of stand-up comedy and adding to his Porsche collection he reportedly owns
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Seinfeld is a situation comedy which ran from July 5, to May 14, One of the most popular and influential TV programs of the s, it epitomizes the self-obsessed and ironic culture of the decade. The show was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld. It stars Jerry Seinfeld playing " Jerry Seinfeld ", a character based largely on himself, and is set predominantly in an apartment block in Manhattan's Upper West Side see Geography of Seinfeld. The show has been famously described as "the show about nothing" a self-referential phrase from an episode describing Jerry and George's attempt to create a sitcom idea , as most of the comedy was based around the largely inconsequential minutiae of every-day life, and often involved petty rivalries and elaborate schemes to gain the smallest advantage over other individuals.