Seinfeld: "Nothing" supercut shows what a show about nothing really would have been -- watch. (VIDEO)

If Seinfeld Was Really About Nothing, It Would Have Been More Like This

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March 12 2014 11:46 AM

If Seinfeld Was Really About Nothing, It Would Have Been More Like This

The video above, called, simply, “Nothing,” was made by LJ Frezza, who explains that it is made up of “scenes from Seinfeld (1989–98) where nothing happens. A supercut of empty shots. A New York without people.”

Bleak, perhaps, but arguably more in keeping with Costanza’s vision than Seinfeld itself. It starts with a lot of similar exterior shots, but give it time.

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David Haglund is a senior editor at Slate. He runs Brow Beat, Slate's culture blog.

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