Tuesday, November 21, 2006

The power of Youtube

George Allen finished his career and lost the Senate for the Republicans.

John Kerry finished his chances as a Presidential candidate.

Now, Kramer (Michael Richards) of Seinfeld finished his standing as the most lovable, eccentric TV character I'd ever seen. To all Seinfeld fans - remember the episode where Seinfeld gets heckled at a comedy club, and then he returns to heckle her back?

7 comments:

Tabula Rasa said...

thanks for the link. i'd tried to watch it on youtube earlier today but it said i needed a password.

what's next? john cleese as a catholic priest?

bandafbab said...

All I can say to Kramer is - No Soup for You!

Sash said...

Ohmygod! He went crazy! Thanks for the link... I was wondering what he said that could be so offensive. I think, Americans are usually too politically correct but this is too much.

anshuman said...

Wow! he had a meltdown. What a jackass. Shit.. I am not going to be able to enjoy kramer on seinfeld anymore. Good thing I've already watched every episode about 10 times.

bandafbab said...

He really lost it, didn't he? I can already think of a couple of Seinfeld episodes related to heckling and losing one's temper.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, most of the characters in seinfeld were generally rude and selfish but its a lot more fun to see rude people on TV than in real life.

Anshuman

Shilpa said...

thanks for the link... i was reading the bleeped out versions in print but the effect on TV is obviously more. agree with anshuman - thank god i've seen the re-re-reruns, it's not going to be the same anymore...