Seinfeld was a show about nothing. But what does this mean? How can a show be about nothing? When pitching the "Jerry" pilot to NBC, in The Pitch, George describes the concept: "nothing happens on the show. You see, it's just like life. You know, you eat, you go shopping, you read.. You eat, you read, You go shopping." The show about nothing was a show that dealt with every day life. Take The Parking Garage, for example. Here is an entire episode that takes place entirely in parking garage, as Jerry, George, Kramer, and Elaine search for the car. Similarly, The Chinese Restaurant is an entire episode spent waiting for a table at a restaurant. It was a show about nothing!