Elaine has been surpassed by Selina, the comedian is now an acclaimed dramatic actress, and the nineties were a long time ago.
This week's Quote Quiz tests your recall of the best lines from Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer.
For one thing, tread lightly when it comes to quick cancellations.
For the finale's fifteenth anniversary, everything from ball boy to used-record salesman to cock fighter.
The ones that knock you out, or make you stand up and applaud.
Tales of network executives pushing each other over to raid the comedy clubs. Is that irrational exuberance coming back?
Look closely and you might even be able to spot Marlee Matlin.
Who's more messed up: the Starks or the Bluths?
Can you spare a square?
Who will go against Cheers in the finals, Jerry or Homer?
Battle of the sexually active New York quartets!
Two generations of New York stand-ups: one who feels, and one who doesn't.
We kick off our Sitcom Smackdown, a bracket that pits Cheers, The Simpsons, 30 Rock, Arrested Development, and twelve more comedy greats against each other to find the ultimate champion.
We're holding out for the Elaine jumpsuit.
Larry David, are you listening?
Which one's Newman?
George to Community, Kramer to Kirstie Alley's new pilot.
Well, they got Kramer right.
We love your wormy and manipulative ways, James!
What's the deal with those scabby lasagnas?
Seriously. Just take a look!
The Vulture Transcript: Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Veep, the Joys of Swearing, and How Female Pols Are Picked Apart
"That they’re pulled apart in that way is highly unjust."
Free Doug Slate!
With a bonus solution for how Seinfeld should have ended, too.
Funny, that's what we look like, too, every time Skrillex comes on.