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I miss Seinfeld. The only comedy show I've seen recently that is as creative is It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, but it's not as good.


First - Happy Birthday, Rob!!!!
The last episode of Seinfeld was a non-event for me. I got tired of the show about 4 years in and had moved on. I also did not mourn the passing of old blue eyes who was referred to our NJ home as "that bum from Hoboken." My mother never like him because of his assumed ties to the mob. Too many people outside NJ think everyone in NJ is in the mob - which is why I never appreciated The Sopranos either. There are two shows that broke my heart when they ended - The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The West Wing. Just great writing, casting, funny and insightful in their respective eras. Another great potential classic was "Mad About You" but they "jumped the shark" when the baby's first word was schmuck. It was wonderful until that whincing moment. Now I hope "Modern Family" finds its audience before ABC kills it prematurely like they did "Pushing Daisies." We watch too much TV anyway.


Yeah, my mother was never a fan of Sinatra's ... nor Tony Bennett. And not to worry about "Modern Family" since it's ratings are much, much better than that of "Pushing Daisies". In fact, it's one of the highest rated of the new shows this season.

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