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Seinfeld: The Podcast About Nothing | Jennifer Armstrong Seinfeldia Interview

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Rob and Akiva interview the author of the best selling book Seinfeldia, Jennifer Armstrong

 

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Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino) and Akiva Wienerkur (@Keev26) the author of the best selling book Seinfeldia, Jennifer Armstrong (@jmkarmstrong).

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  • TarafromLI

    More like this please, if possible. Thoroughly enjoyable.

    • Craig

      Me too. I really enjoyed hearing her talk about how she likes to write books about tv shows. That’s something I would love to do but never knew she could. I find Jennifer Armstrong to be really inspiring. I’ll definitely look up the book.

  • Suzi!

    This sounds awesome! Can’t wait to listen ~
    I would like to ask LD & Jerry why they didn’t get a funnier guy to play the judge in the finale.
    The idea of bringing back all those characters was a great one, but that judge seemed so out of place in a comedy, especially a finale to one of the greatest shows ever.

    • Hornacek

      I think in those scenes, the judge had to be a serious character. The only funny thing about him should have been his name.

      • Suzi!

        Like the judge in the case where Newman is trying to get out of a ticket with Kramer on the stand…he was funny. Subtly funny. He was serious at the same time. The finale judge was very bland.

        • Hornacek

          Yes, but Newman’s judge was meant to have some laughs because Newman was so blatant in his attempts to defend himself. In the finale, the whole point is that the witnesses are testifying about how awful the core-four are. The judge is not meant to be funny, he’s meant to be outraged at the core-four’s behavior. He’s bland, but he’s meant to be.

  • Hornacek

    Really enjoyed this interview. Hope there are more like this with applicable authors/writers/guest to come.