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Welcome to Totally Seinfeld, the Web Site Totally devoted to the best comedy on TV, Seinfeld. Whether you're an avid follower or if you're just looking, you are guaranteed to find something here that will take your interest. I've compiled a large collection of pictures, sounds, movies, scripts and anything else I could find and put it all in one location with everything at your fingertips.

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A Little About Seinfeld
Seinfeld first screened in the US on July 5th, 1989 and was called "The Seinfeld Chronicles".  The first season was run almost a year later with four episodes before the Pilot was re-run.
Since then Seinfeld, created by comedian Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, has shown more than 150 episodes over 9 seasons.  During these nine seasons special guest appearances have been made by Lloyd Bridges, Jon Voight, Rudolph Giuliani and Keith Harnandez.
Over the years, Seinfeld has become increasingly popular and with a more diverse range of viewers.  The show brought many avid followers who followed every episode right down to the one and a quarter hour final episode.
When the final episode was written, everybodyon the seinfeld team made the vow that the circumstances of the final episode would be kept under wraps until it was due to be aired.
With the popularity, media interest and general hype the show and it's creators had brought on companies were paying $1.5 to $1.7 million for a 30 second commercial.
The final episode brought almost every character that had been on the show in the past back to do one last stint, to "sein-off".
The one hour of seinfeld memories that preceeded the finale helped the less devoted of followers understand the constant referral to previous episodes.  The final episode was certainly one to go down in the history books and become one of televisions best farewells and one of Seinfeld's best episodes.