- 53 Times Elaine Benes Was The Biggest Hot Mess On Television
- 'No hugging, no learning': 20 years on Seinfeld's mantra still looms large
- After 30 Years, We Still Owe Elaine From 'Seinfeld' So Much
- The Good Samaritan
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'No hugging, no learning': 20 years on Seinfeld's mantra still looms large
It was July 5, —30 years ago this week—when a TV show about nothing introduced America to one of the greatest female characters in sitcom history. - Seinfeld, the nine-season juggernaut, built its brand by being nothing like anything else on air in the early 90s.
After 30 Years, We Still Owe Elaine From 'Seinfeld' So Much
Seinfeld is, to this day, the greatest sitcom that was or ever will be on television anyone who thinks otherwise is completely bonkers. I could go on and on about what made it the epitome of amazing; the nothingness that was actually everything, the cooky and sometimes ridiculous but always endearing relationship dynamics, the humor in the mundane and the ultimate relatablility factor.
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It first aired on March 4, It was written by Peter Mehlman and was directed by Jason Alexander. He debates whether or not to turn her in. When Jerry learns that the victim of Angela's hit and run is the beautiful woman from across the street, a woman that Jerry has had a crush on for some time, Jerry goes to her apartment to apologize, and to pay for the damages. The woman, Becky Gelke , thanks Jerry, but thinks he was the one who hit her car. Later, Angela threatens Jerry not to tell anyone about her hitting that car.