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| runtime = 22 минути (оригинално)
| creator = [[Лери Дејвид]]<br>[[Џери Сајнфелд]]
| starring = [[Џери Сајнфелд]]<br>[[Ѓулија Луис-Драјфус]]<br>[[Мајкал Ричардс]]<br>[[ЃејсонЏејсон Александер]]
| executive_producer = <br> [[Larry David]] (Seasons 1-7) <br> Ben A. Scott <br> Howard West <br> [[George Shapiro]] <br> Andrew Scheinman <br> [[Jerry Seinfeld]] (Seasons 8-9)
| country = {{Verify credibility|date=March 2009}}
The show stood apart from other sitcoms of the time in that the characters are pointedly depicted as failing to learn moral lessons. In effect, the characters are often morally indifferent or callous. It was often said that the [[mantra]] of the show's producers was: "No hugging, no learning."<ref>{{cite news|title=About Seinfeld|url=http://www.tv1.com.au/Shows/Seinfeld/About/|publisher=[[TV1]]|accessdate= 2008-01-22}}</ref>
 
===MainГлавни charactersликови===
* '''[[Jerry Seinfeld (character)|Jerry Seinfeld]]''' ([[Jerry Seinfeld]])—Jerry is the show's central character, a stand-up comedian who is often seen as "the voice of reason" amid all the insanity generated by the people in his world. The character is a slight [[bacteria|germophobe]] and a [[compulsive behavior|neat freak]], as well as an avid [[Superman]] fan. Jerry's apartment is the center of a world visited by his eccentric friends George, Elaine, and Kramer.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.sonypictures.com/tv/shows/seinfeld/about/?sl=cast_and_characters&tab=jerry&type=char|title=Seinfeld Cast and characters - Jerry|publisher=Sony pictures|accessdate=2007-12-11}}</ref> Plot lines often involve Jerry's romantic relationships. He typically finds small, silly reasons to stop dating women; in one episode, he breaks up with a woman because she eats her peas one at a time; in another, it is because, although a beautiful model, she has overly-large "man hands."
 
* '''[[JerryЏери SeinfeldСајнфелд (characterлик)|JerryЏери SeinfeldСајнфелд]]''' ([[Jerry Seinfeld]])—Jerry is the show's central character, a stand-up comedian who is often seen as "the voice of reason" amid all the insanity generated by the people in his world. The character is a slight [[bacteria|germophobe]] and a [[compulsive behavior|neat freak]], as well as an avid [[Superman]] fan. Jerry's apartment is the center of a world visited by his eccentric friends George, Elaine, and Kramer.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.sonypictures.com/tv/shows/seinfeld/about/?sl=cast_and_characters&tab=jerry&type=char|title=Seinfeld Cast and characters - Jerry|publisher=Sony pictures|accessdate=2007-12-11}}</ref> Plot lines often involve Jerry's romantic relationships. He typically finds small, silly reasons to stop dating women; in one episode, he breaks up with a woman because she eats her peas one at a time; in another, it is because, although a beautiful model, she has overly-large "man hands."
* '''[[George Costanza]]''' ([[Jason Alexander]])—George is Jerry's best friend since High school. He is cheap, dishonest, petty and often jealous of others' achievements. He is often portrayed as a loser who is insecure about his capabilities. He frequently complains and lies about his profession, relationship, and almost everything else, which usually creates trouble for him later. He often uses an alias ("Art Vandelay"), when lying or assuming a fake identity. George was once succinctly described by Elaine as a "short, stocky, slow-witted, bald man". Despite these shortcomings, or perhaps because of them, George managed to date numerous women and achieved a successful career as Assistant to the Traveling Secretary for the Yankees. George's personality shortcomings usually make these successes short-lived. He fantasizes about being an [[architect]] and once pretended to be a [[marine biologist]].
 
* '''[[GeorgeЏорџ CostanzaКостанца]]''' ([[JasonЏејсон AlexanderАлександер]])—George isЏорџ Jerry'sе најдобриот другар на bestЏери friendдури sinceод Highсредното schoolучилиште. HeТој isе cheapскржав, dishonest, petty and often jealous of others' achievements. He is often portrayed as a loser who is insecure about his capabilities. He frequently complains and lies about his profession, relationship, and almost everything else, which usually creates trouble for him later. He often uses an alias ("Art Vandelay"), when lying or assuming a fake identity. George was once succinctly described by Elaine as a "short, stocky, slow-witted, bald man". Despite these shortcomings, or perhaps because of them, George managed to date numerous women and achieved a successful career as Assistant to the Traveling Secretary for the Yankees. George's personality shortcomings usually make these successes short-lived. He fantasizes about being an [[architect]] and once pretended to be a [[marine biologist]].
* '''[[Elaine Benes]]''' ([[Julia Louis-Dreyfus]])—Elaine is intelligent and assertive, but superficial. She sometimes has a tendency to be very honest with people, which often gets her into trouble.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.sonypictures.com/tv/shows/seinfeld/about/?sl=cast_and_characters&tab=elaine&type=char|title=Seinfeld Cast and characters - Elaine|publisher=Sony pictures|accessdate=2007-12-11}}</ref> She often gets caught up in her boyfriends' habits, her eccentric employers' unusual demands, and the unkindness of total strangers. A recurring theme for Elaine is her frustrating inability to find Mr. Right; she also goes through an on/off relationship with David Puddy throughout Season 9. She used to date Jerry, and remains his close friend. One of Elaine's trademark maneuvers is her forceful shove when she receives good or shocking news while using her [[catch phrase]] "Get out!"; Another is her memorable "[[The Little Kicks|little kicks]]". She is the only woman who is able to get along as one of the boys.
 
* '''[[ElaineЕлејн BenesБенес]]''' ([[JuliaЃулија LouisЛуис-DreyfusДрајфус]])—Elaine is intelligent and assertive, but superficial. She sometimes has a tendency to be very honest with people, which often gets her into trouble.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.sonypictures.com/tv/shows/seinfeld/about/?sl=cast_and_characters&tab=elaine&type=char|title=Seinfeld Cast and characters - Elaine|publisher=Sony pictures|accessdate=2007-12-11}}</ref> She often gets caught up in her boyfriends' habits, her eccentric employers' unusual demands, and the unkindness of total strangers. A recurring theme for Elaine is her frustrating inability to find Mr. Right; she also goes through an on/off relationship with David Puddy throughout Season 9. She used to date Jerry, and remains his close friend. One of Elaine's trademark maneuvers is her forceful shove when she receives good or shocking news while using her [[catch phrase]] "Get out!"; Another is her memorable "[[The Little Kicks|little kicks]]". She is the only woman who is able to get along as one of the boys.
* '''[[Cosmo Kramer]]''' ([[Michael Richards]])—Kramer is Jerry's "wacky neighbor" and friend. His trademarks include his humorous upright pompadour hairstyle, vintage clothing and his energetic sliding bursts through Jerry's apartment door. Elaine refers to him as a "hipster doofus." At times, he acts naive, dense, and almost child-like, yet randomly shows astonishing insight into human behavior. Indeed, his oddities aside, Kramer is often the only main character acting with any sort of apparent conscience, and is typically the only one to lobby for maintaining social decorum in order to appease acquaintances. Though he never seems to have held a 'real' job, Kramer's wacky schemes, among other unknown sources of money, leave him without any apparent financial issues. He often dreams of ridiculous schemes to make money, some of which include a [[pizza]] place where "you make your own pie", a [[cologne]] that smells like "the beach", authoring a [[coffee table book]] about coffee tables (for which he appeared on ''[[Live with Regis and Kathie Lee]]''), and designing a [[brassiere]] for men called the ''"Bro"'' (or ''Manssiere'' according to [[Frank Costanza]]).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.sonypictures.com/tv/shows/seinfeld/about/?sl=cast_and_characters&tab=kramer&type=char|title=Seinfeld Cast and characters - Kramer|publisher=Sony pictures|accessdate=2007-12-11}}</ref>
 
* '''[[CosmoКосмо KramerКрејмер]]''' ([[MichaelМајкал RichardsРичардс]])—Kramer isКрејмер Jerry'sе "wackyоткачениот neighborсосед" and friendна. His trademarks include his humorous upright pompadour hairstyle, vintage clothing and his energetic sliding bursts through Jerry's apartment door. Elaine refers to him as a "hipster doofus." At times, he acts naive, dense, and almost child-like, yet randomly shows astonishing insight into human behavior. Indeed, his oddities aside, Kramer is often the only main character acting with any sort of apparent conscience, and is typically the only one to lobby for maintaining social decorum in order to appease acquaintances. Though he never seems to have held a 'real' job, Kramer's wacky schemes, among other unknown sources of money, leave him without any apparent financial issues. He often dreams of ridiculous schemes to make money, some of which include a [[pizza]] place where "you make your own pie", a [[cologne]] that smells like "the beach", authoring a [[coffee table book]] about coffee tables (for which he appeared on ''[[Live with Regis and Kathie Lee]]''), and designing a [[brassiere]] for men called the ''"Bro"'' (or ''Manssiere'' according to [[Frank Costanza]]).<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.sonypictures.com/tv/shows/seinfeld/about/?sl=cast_and_characters&tab=kramer&type=char|title=Seinfeld Cast and characters - Kramer|publisher=Sony pictures|accessdate=2007-12-11}}</ref>
 
===Secondary characters===
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