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Seinfeld or Friends?
Seinfeld 67.6%
Friends 32.4%
37 votes

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14 comments for Seinfeld or Friends?


Pat said:

2006-12-02 21:46:26, posting from

"Hello, Newman."


Jeremy Stockwell said:

2006-12-03 04:42:41, posting from

I often relate to the world through Seinfeld. I often say, "this reminds me of an episode from Seinfeld," and then go on to explain why to uninterested acquaintances. My Boss relates through the Andy Griffith Show. Sometimes, I'll tell which episode of Seinfeld and he'll follow with a related episode of Andy Griffith, or vice versa. Good times good times.


Chris B said:

2006-12-03 07:06:21, posting from

Seinfeld. Not that there's anything wrong with Friends.


Says Randy, the This or That? administrator:

2006-12-03 07:13:19

You'll notice that the words "Seinfeld" and "Friends" are clickable links. When you submit topic ideas, feel free to include links for the choices (especially if it's something obscure).


Mark Jackson said:

2006-12-03 08:16:09, posting from

This causes me no end of derision from friends who are evidently much hipper than I am, but I never really "got" Seinfeld. His stand-up is funny... but I just can't get involved in the stories or the characters.

OTOH, there are any number of Friends references ("Pivot!" "Mrs. Chanandler Bong" "Just the one divorce in '99!") that reduce me to a giggling mass of humanity.


Says Randy, the This or That? administrator:

2006-12-03 10:27:02

Mark, you don't "get" Seinfeld? I used to think we could be great friends...


paul fankhauser said:

2006-12-03 16:40:21, posting from

Got here from Jeremy's blog . . . and after much thought and nervous hovering over the Vote button, I chose Seinfeld.

Actually, I didn't really have to think about it. Both shows were funny but over the long haul Seinfeld stayed more consistent. You never saw a commercial that began, "This week, on a very special episode of Seinfeld . . ."


Jeremy Stockwell said:

2006-12-03 17:06:39, posting from

Exactly, Paul. One of the foundational principles of Seinfeld was "no hugging, no learning." For the most part, they stuck to that pretty closely.


Jeremy Stockwell said:

2006-12-03 17:17:19, posting from

Holy smoke! That was Paul Fankhauser!! Hi Paul!


Says Randy, the This or That? administrator:

2006-12-03 19:23:20

Yes! I was hoping that ToT? would have the power to reunite people. I'm weeping on my keyboard!


Dave C said:

2006-12-05 17:48:15, posting from

What can I say? "Friends" was the Sitcom equivilent of nails on a chalkboard.


That Jewish Lady said:

2008-05-10 19:43:00, posting from

OK, so a year and a half after this poll was posted, I'm bored. So I may as well make the comment count even. LOL


Ninjer said:

2008-06-24 13:23:01, posting from

LOL! And i of course had to come here and make it odd. :D


That Obsessive Compulsive Jewish Lady said:

2008-06-24 15:23:15, posting from

Ninjer . . . hey, I just noticed your "j" is lower case, when did this begin?

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