What's the deal with your hopeless devotion to all things Seinfeld? Are you really still throwing quotes at me from episodes that originally aired when Jordan's Bulls were destorying Barkley's Suns? Moops! Anti-Dentite! No Soup For You! Shut up!
No, I was unaware that the only episode title that does not start with the word "The" is "Good News, Bad News." Fascinating. No, I did not know that the Wikipedia article entitled "The Soup Nazi" is roughly 10 times longer than the page entitled "Larry Thomas." Yes, I imagine that it's tough for poor Larry to go anywhere without being politely asked for some jambalaya. Are you listening to yourself?
I'll do you a solid, because I'm that kind of guy. Here are some TV shows that you don't watch, but I do. I think you'll enjoy them. Let's let go of Seinfeld together. And by the way, if you are new to any of the shows below, you absolutely must rent/buy/steal an entire season of the show in order to fall into the tone of it. There's no other way.
30 Rock completely surprised me. As great as Tina Fey(who plays Liz Lemon) and every member of the cast is, nobody shines brighter than Alec Baldwin, who plays the sharp, ultra-conservative NBC Executive, Jack Donaghy. What's so brilliant about Baldwin in this role is that he makes me completely forget the fact that I couldn't stand him before I saw him on 30 Rock. I'm not alone here. The Baldwins are not a well-liked family, and the fact that Alec has pulled this 180 is a testament to the writing on the show and to his comedic ability. You absolutely must watch 30 Rock.
Liz:Why are you wearing a tux?
#2: It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
#3: American Dad