Seinfeld sex scene

Duration: 4min 18sec Views: 1577 Submitted: 15.10.2019
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Although Seinfeld was supposed to be the "show about nothing ," it often revolved around the relationships of its characters. For Jerry, that meant a string of explicit bits about his romantic conquests, some of whom were one-night stands, and some who stuck around for an obnoxiously long amount of time. For George, relationships were usually built on luring attractive women to have sex with him, then realizing that he wasn't fooling them. Elaine and Kramer also had various romantic dabblings, but these were often more comedic than informative.

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For nine seasons and episodes, Seinfeld was essential viewing for fans of comedy the world over. Some episodes prompted widespread complaints, while others were simply scrapped before they even made it to broadcast. Strange things were also known to happen during filming, while the line between fiction and reality was blurred from the off. There was method in the madness though, with this crazy combination of characters and scenarios ultimately combining to create something as funny today as it was back in the s.
The episode centers on protagonists Jerry Jerry Seinfeld and Elaine Benes Julia Louis-Dreyfus who decide to have a sexual relationship, with a set of ground rules. However, as their "relationship" progresses, they experience difficulties maintaining their original friendship. Series co-creator Larry David wrote the episode in a response to NBC's continued efforts to get the two characters back together.