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.
(Via Laughing Squid.)
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