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20 Fun Facts on Seinfeld’s 25th Anniversary

Seinfeld, which debuted on July 5, 1989, turns 25 years old today. In honor of the series’ anniversary, here are 20 fun facts about the show about nothing: 1. The majority of the series was shot at the CBS Studio Center in Studio City, CA. 2. Jerry’s address is mentioned in the show as 129 W. 81st St., though in an error, his apartment building exterior says 757. 3. The character of George Costanza was based off of co-creator/producer, Larry David. 4. There was only one episode without George (season 3, episode 3, “The Pen”). 5. Larry David’s former neighbor Kenny Kramer was initially paid $1,000 to allow the use of his name. After the series ended, he began touring as the host of Kramer’s Reality Tour and Kramer’s Reality Road Show. 6. The name Costanza comes from Jerry’s former friend Mike Costanza, who sued Jerry, Larry David, and NBC for $100 million, citing defamation and invasion of privacy. Costanza lost the case, but has since written a book entitled “The Real Constanza” in which he claims that the character is based …