Top 10 Seinfeld Characters
Absolutely funny. From anger-fueled complaints to serene monologues, there is no sitcom character - besides George - who managed to perfect these qualities to the extent of Jason Alexander's portrayal of them.
George cracked me up a lot. I remember this one scene where he opened a window and just started yelling at the street below. I don't know about you, but that cracked me up.
Best character in Seinfeld, whether sleeping under his desk or referring to himself in the third person and getting upset.
I think Kramer is the funniest character on Seinfeld. The show would not have been the same without him. I like that he is unique from Jerry, George, and Elaine. I like how, in the Friars Club episode, he tried to sleep only three hours every 20 minutes.
Kramer shakes around so much. It's so funny. And it's hilarious when he gets angry over the stupidest things. It's absolutely hilarious.
He is the best. Everything he says is funny, and his brutal honesty is great.
These pretzels are making me thirsty.
How is Jerry ahead of Elaine? Elaine is absolutely the best, especially in the later seasons!
She's amazing, and I always thought she was the funniest of the group.
Elaine is the most underrated of the main characters.
I think Jerry is my favorite. He is such a nice guy to his friends, especially with someone like George and Kramer.
Jerry is funny.
When he doesn't care, he just doesn't care.
When he has thoughts and narrations, it's always funny.
Jerry Seinfeld is so funny.
"Do you want a piece of me?"
Pair of bear claws, please!
I'm a big fan of Newman.
He is pure evil!
Yes! Wish he was around longer or had a spin-off series.
"You're going to hell."
The Soup Nazi rules.
"My wallet is missing! My wallet is missing!"
Aside from all the main characters, Estelle is my favorite! It's so entertaining when she argues with Frank, especially when she was talking about George being a hand model, saying, I said they were milky white.
Best Johnny Cochran parody ever, plus this actor had his own legal credentials.