The top 5 most iconic moments from 'Seinfeld'

The Best Scenes from Each 'Seinfeld' Character as the Show Heads to Hulu
The Best Scenes from Each 'Seinfeld' Character as the Show Heads to Hulu



It has been 17 years since the season finale of "Seinfeld." Debated by TV people near and far, "Seinfeld" has been dubbed the best sitcom of all time, "not that there's anything wrong with that."

The series left such a stamp on pop culture, that it is difficult to go throughout your day without some kind of "Seinfeld" reference. Everything from the Festivus pole to the black and white cookie, it is tough to NOT find an instance where a "Seinfeld" reference is applicable.

Take a look at a few of the things we've miss from the iconic sitcom about nothing.

5.) When everyone says, "You gotta see the baby!"
In "The Hamptons" episode, the gang visits their friends in the Hamptons who've just had a baby coining the hilarious phrase, "You gotta see the baby!"


4.) When Kramer says, "These pretzels are making me thirsty!"
In "The Alternate Side" episode, Kramer gets a small role in a Woody Allen film that is filming on his block. His one line is "these pretzels are making me thirsty," which has thus gone down as one of the most quotable moments from the series.


3.) When Jerry's girlfriend says, "They're real, and they're spectacular"
In "The Implant" episode, Jerry accuses his girlfriend, played by Terri Hatcher, of having implants. She responds with the epic statement, "they're real and they're spectacular."


2.) When Elaine says, "I don't have a square to spare!"
In "The Stall" episode, Elaine enters the bathroom stall of the movie theater realizing there is no toilet paper. She politely asks the woman next to her to spare a square, and she refuses, leading to an incredibly awkward and amazing "Seinfeld" moment.


1.) When George's girlfriend says, "Yada Yada"
In "The Yada Yada" episode, it is hard to pick one moment. You've got Tim Whatley, Jerry's dentist and played by the amazing Bryan Cranston, converting to judaism for the jokes, and thus being referred to by Kramer as an anti-Dentite. Then Kramer and Mickey can't decide which women to date. But the best of all is when George's new girlfriend fills in her stories with the expression, "yada-yada."


So, for as sad as it may be that "Seinfeld" hasn't had a new episode since May 14, 1998, just remember that they are coming to Hulu!

In the meantime, click through the gallery below to take a look back at the momentous sitcom:


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