Nitpicking ''Seinfeld'' -? A tally of the most commonly repeated events and reference throughout the series
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One of the reasons we buy in to the eccentric and unpredictable world of Seinfeld is because it is so grounded in minutiae and recurring obsessions. You want nit-picking? We added up 168 episodes’ worth of the most commonly

26

22

16

14

Meetings at Monk’s Cafe

286

Kramer entrances
(BOTH FEET MUST BE OVER JERRY’S DOORSTEP)

284

Opening of Jerry’s fridge

125

Jerry on his phone

120

Jerry, Kramer, George, or Elaine driving a car*
(IRONICALLY, THERE ARE ONLY EIGHT SCENES IN A SUBWAY)

105

Rings of Jerry’s buzzer

56

Baseball references

51

Jerry, Kramer, George, or Elaine watching the tube

44

Superhero references
(INCLUDING SUPERMAN, BATMAN, THE GREEN LANTERN, ELASTIC MAN, WONDER WOMAN, AQUAMAN, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, SPIDER-MAN, AND RUBBER MAN)

37

Scenes in a doctor’s office/hospital

34

Chinese-food references

Cigars smoked by Kramer

Scenes in a plane/airport

21

Bowls of cereal eaten

19

Jacket-related incidents

”Get out!” or shoves from Elaine

Nazi/Hitler references

13

Kennedy references
(INCLUDING JOHN F. JR. AND SR., ETHEL, AND JACKIE O.)

10

Art Vandelay references

7

Three Stooges references

4

George has sex in an inappropriate place

4

Jerry’s and George’s boardwalk epiphanies

3

Jerry loses money
(PLUS, A TV, A STEREO RECEIVER, TWO CHARTER TICKETS TO PARIS, A BMW, TWO MEALS AT MENDY’S, AND NUMEROUS AMOROUS VISITS FROM A MAID — ACTUAL VALUES UNKNOWN

$34,275.50

*SCENES IN L.A. NOT INCLUDED

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