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Mondays, 7:00 PM EST on NBC
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9 Seasons, 180 Episodes
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Seinfeld is an Emmy Award-winning United States based television sitcom that originally aired on NBC from July 5, 1989, to May 14, 1998, running a total of nine seasons. Many of its catchphrases have entered into the pop culture lexicon. The show was one of the most popular sitcoms of the 1990s, leading the Nielsen Ratings in its sixth and ninth seasons.


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Seinfeld S9E13
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Kramer's brutal honesty, gets Jerry in trouble with Susan's old college roommate, Sally Weaver. Elaine obsesses over the meaning of a cartoon that appears in The New Yorker. Elaine and later Kramer comments that George's new girlfriend looks a lot like Je

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by Lolli123456

Aug 14, 2018

I liked the two characters these actors played on Parks and Recreation, so it is nice to see them doing another show together, and although they are not playing the P&R characters, some of that does come through in this Arts and Crafts competition show.

Unlike other lets-get-6-creative-people-together-to-build-something shows, this one primarily focuses on craft type of constructions. There is an abundance of felt and paper creations that are something that you or I could have easily created ourselves. Its more of an amatuer ESTY type of show, and even has one of the judges is from ETSY.

The twist to this show is that it adds a Survivor 'Voted Off The Island' aspect, so each episode has one of the lousier crafters get the boot. Since the creations are so lousy to begin with, choosing someone to vote off does not seem too hard for the judges.

I decided to stop watching after 2 episodes as it is very formulaic and the hosts' banter isn't as fun as I thought it was going to be.

Make It! ...yawn....

by web4real

Aug 15, 2018

Nick and Amy are great as the hosts (a lot of punny jokes and great one-liners). Basically a Parks and Rec spinoff with a more relaxed Ron Swanson and a more level-headed Leslie Knope critiquing crafting projects. It's great that the contestants are all rooting for one another even though they want to win, and the judging seems to be fair and based on the work done and not playing favorites. It's refreshing to watch a reality competition show where it isn't cutthroat and the contestants aren't being heavily produced to create drama. It proves that regular people showing off their skills and doing what they enjoy can make for entertaining TV. Doesn't hurt that they make some pretty amazing crafts and the challenges are fun to watch. An all-around feel-good competition show.

by guavalove

Apr 24, 2020

Such fun! Amy and Nick are great hosts and some of the projects the contestants come up with are truly amazing. It's really inspiring to watch.

by PlantGoddess

Aug 31, 2018

It's adults doing craft projects meant for Kindergartners. They literally use felt, glue and Popsicle sticks. The hosts are the best part, very funny. Other than that, everything about the show is remedial.