Louis C.K. picks up where Seinfeld left off
It's not true that Seinfeld was a show about nothing, says Haaretz's Alon Idan.
It's not true that “Seinfeld” was a series about nothing. In fact, it was a series about a great many things, whose aim was divesting them of content. The concept of the “relationship,” for example, was punctured from every direction. The way Jerry found defects in every potential female partner cast the search for a perfect relationship in an absurd light; Elaine made a...
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