It’s been 14 years since everyone’s favorite show about nothing went out in a blaze of ratings glory. After more than a decade, Seinfeld’s Soup Nazi, sponge-worthy men, and post-pool shrinkage still figure prominently in pop culture conversation. Don’t lie — you celebrate Festivus, just like the rest of us.
If you’ve been bemoaning the death of television worth watching since the show made its final run, get ready to relive the good times Friday when Jerry Seinfeld brings his side-splitting brand of observational humor to the Hard Rock Live (1 Seminole Way, Hollywood).
Since the show went silent, Jerry has been busy making Bee Movie, calling the occasional Mets game, and undoubtedly enduring everyone, from Starbucks baristas to his proctologist, quoting from the series. Maybe you can be the 236,878th person to ask him to reveal his “move.”
Fri., Jan. 4, 8 p.m., 2013