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Cosmo 87

PostPosted: November 12, 2004 11:04 PM 

Seinfeld is getting a lot of recogniton right now. Someone posted on here I think that NBC's gonna start showing repeats, which would mean lik TBS, FOX, UPN, and NBC all showing A SHOW THAT ENDED OVER 6 YRS. AGO. That's awesome. Plus, the new DVDs and AOL is giving that a lot of attention right now with like voting for best scenes ever and lots of other stuff. Not to mention shows that everyone in the world seems to have caught on to like "yada, yada, yada" and "no soup for you!"

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PostPosted: November 12, 2004 11:13 PM 

It's definitely become a HUUUUGE part of modern pop culture...from "Yada Yada' to "Not that there's anything wrong with that"...and a million other expressions...But I wouldn't get too excited over the fact that they're showing a show that's 6 years old...I mean "All in the Family" is about 30 years old and i still it...Many of the "Lucy" are 40+ years old and they still play...If Seinfeld is still playing in 2030, then we'll have something to talk about...6 years is nothing.


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PostPosted: November 13, 2004 5:32 AM 

I love Loooocy........ the Loooooocy show.........Here's Looooocy....

Cosmo 87
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PostPosted: November 14, 2004 3:44 PM 


Cosmo 87
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PostPosted: November 14, 2004 3:46 PM 

It's on so many stations, though, the old ones are just on TV land, aren't they? But I guess in 30yrs., that's where Seinfeld will be.

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PostPosted: November 14, 2004 10:47 PM 

Hahahaha - Jimmy: "On this particular Tuesday, you could have watched 6 hours of looocy."

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