Cravetv launches seinfeld just in time for festivus
It’s almost that time of year again, and no, we don’t mean Christmas time or Hanukkah. Thanks to George Costanza’s father Frank, Festivus has become a household tradition for fans of the hit sitcom, Seinfeld. The show didn’t just teach us about double dipping or to dance like no one is watching—it also taught us that celebrating Festivus means taking a break from the pressures of Christmas by coming together for a Festivus dinner, picking out the best looking aluminum pole you can find, airing our grievances and completing feats of strength.
CraveTV recently announced that on Tuesday, December 23 (the official date of Festivus) all 180 Seinfeld episodes will launch on the streaming service and to celebrate, we’re taking a moment to reflect on 2014 by airing our grievances in tribute to our favourite holiday, Festivus.
Check out our grievances from 2014 below and feel free to air yours in the comments!
MTV Announces Final Season of Snooki & Jwoww:
Kim Kardashian didn’t actually break the Internet:
Kim K may have had the entire Internet searching her name with jaws dropped but she failed to actually break the Internet. Heck, the Paper website didn’t even crash. You’ve let us down, Kim K :'(
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes welcome baby girl (Gosling officially off the market):
They may have started dating in 2011 but up until their baby girl arrived there was still a chance Gosling could be back on the market. Sadly, baby Esmeralda is the real deal and we don’t see this couple splitting anytime soon. Sorry ladies.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin Consciously Uncouple:
Sure, we learned all about conscious uncoupling, which was both interesting and educational, but we’re still sad to see these two moving on with minimal grieving, so we’ll grieve for them.
And Blue Ivy is simply too cute for words:
Leave it to Beyonce and Jay Z to create the most adorable human on the planet. We grieve for the fact that this power couple wins at EVERYTHING!
And to sign off, one last word from Frank Costanza: