5 Most Politically Incorrect 'Seinfeld' Moments
NBC's "Seinfeld" did far more than introduce "yada, yada yada" into the lexicon.
The show featured the kind of funny bits that might make Social Justice Warriors' heads explode. Yes, the bulk of the long-running series was pure comedy gold, the kind that few could find offensive. Who hasn't dreaded the "drop in" or wasting an entire night waiting for a restaurant table to open?
Other bits have proven more subversive over time.
Consider the following five comic sequences from the now-legendary show. They didn't seem button-pushing at the time. But who could have predicted a generation of easily offended snowflakes would deconstruct every joke a decade or so later?
It's especially rich given Jerry Seinfeld's later attack on our PC culture.
1. Master of Your Domain
The notion of the three main characters abstaining from self-love might rub some SJWs the wrong way. Why not Elaine? Was this simply old-school mansplaining?
Making matters worse? How Kramer ends his time in the contest. He ogles a naked woman from across the street and is soon "out."