You may think you know everything about Seinfeld, but you probably don't. There are some facts, behind the scenes trivia, and fun Easter eggs from the series that even the biggest fans of the show don't know! There's no denying Seinfeld is one of the best TV shows of all time, but there are plenty of interesting tidbits to learn about Jerry, Elaine, Kramer, George, and even more!
Seinfeld ran for nine seasons and 180 episodes on NBC in the '90s, and though Jerry was offered around $110 million dollars for a 10th season, he opted to bow out. Maybe you knew that already, but how about where the puffy shirt is today, or which famous singer died during the airing of the Seinfeld series finale? Did you know Newman wasn't always white? What about why Elaine's dad wasn't seen as often as the writers had originally planned?These facts and more are compiled on this list of Seinfeld trivia, detailing the most interesting goings on from behind the scenes on this excellent, timeless, and iconic sitcom about nothing. So upvote the Seinfeld facts that you find the most interesting below, and get ready to give everyone the scoop on just how much it cost to be an extra in Monk's.
Once the audience started loving Kramer's entrances, producers had to tell the live audience to stop screaming and applauding for him when he entered, because it ruined the scenes.Also, did you also know that originally Kramer's first name was not Cosmo? It was Conrad! That was supposed to be revealed in the episode with the gun that was scrapped. They changed it to Cosmo years later.