George Costanza may have thoughts about the latest baby naming data from the Social Security Administration.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus "worked hard to be that bad," tweeted Alexander. “I feel like these are his best moves."
Wayne Knight apparently reprises his character to deliver a message about voting from your friendly local mail carrier.
The hit NBC sitcom was still a ratings darling when it went off the air.
“Women hated me,” the "Seinfeld" star revealed.
The senator was promoting federal relief for small entertainment venues hurt by the coronavirus — and, yes, he should keep his day job.
The “Veep” star relentlessly joked about President Donald Trump while hosting the last night of the Demoratic National Convention.
Santoni, who was perhaps best known as the hygiene-averse pizza maker on the classic sitcom, also starred in "Dirty Harry."
His first acting role was in the 1970 film, "Hercules In New York."
The comedian perfectly summed up the answer to an often-asked question on Howard Stern's radio show.