Seinfeld Quiz: How Much Do You Know About the 'Show About Nothing'?

After years and years of sneaking snippets of Seinfeld reruns at the gym, the “show about nothing” is finally coming to our computers in easily streamable, easily bingeable form.

Thanks to a $180 million deal with Sony Pictures Television, every episode of Seinfeld will be on Hulu starting June 24, and we’ve already planned a couple of sick days for the occasion.

Celebrate Seinfeld's Huge Hulu Streaming Deal with the Cast and Their Younger Selves

Seinfeld is finally coming to a computer near you.

According to Variety, Hulu has signed a subscription video-on-demand deal with Sony Pictures Television that will bring all 180 episodes of the comedy to the streaming service starting in June.

Saturday Night Live's Michael Che Blasts Bill Cosby: 'Pull Your Damn Pants Up'

Saturday Night Live took on the Bill Cosby scandal this weekend by turning one of his own famous lines against him.

“Hey Bill Cosby, pull your damn pants up,” Weekend Update anchor Michael Che said. “I’ve always wanted to say that.”

Seinfeld Turns 25: Compiling the Best Advice About Everything from the Show About Nothing

The very first episode of Seinfeld was broadcast July 5, 1989.

There’s a lot of digital ink to be spilled over the show’s legacy and impact, but let’s face it: The moment you saw that S-word in the above headline, your mind immediately recalled two things – the show’s theme and about a half-dozen of your favorite lines.

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Seinfeld Says Michael Richards 'Still Feels Bad'

Jerry Seinfeld says his former Seinfeld costar Michael Richards is still haunted by his racist outburst during a live standup show last November but is hopeful he can eventually return to show business.

Speaking to Larry King on CNN Thursday night, Seinfeld, 53, said Richards, 58, is doing better than he was – but continues to deeply regret what he said.

Michael Richards to Meet Men He Insulted

The four African-American comedy club guests Michael Richards insulted on Nov. 17 will meet with the former Seinfeld star in person to receive his apology.

A retired judge will mediate at the face-to-face, at a time and place to be decided, the Associated Press reports. The mediator will also determine whether any further action should be taken in the matter, according to Richards’s spokesman and an attorney for the men.

Mel Gibson: I Feel Bad for Michael Richards

Mel Gibson feels Michael Richards’s pain.

“I feel really badly for the guy. He was obviously in a state of stress,” Gibson tells Entertainment Weekly for its Dec. 8 issue, referring to the former Seinfeld star’s racial outburst. ” You don’t need to be inebriated to be bent out of shape. But my heart went out to the guy.”

As for Richards’s critics, “They’ll probably torture him for a while and then let him go. I like him,” says the 50-year-old Apocalypto filmmaker.

Michael Richards Apologizes for Racist Slurs

Just hours after an online video surfaced of his racist tirade at a comedy club, former Seinfeld star Michael Richards appeared on CBS’s Late Show with David Letterman Monday night to apologize.

“I lost my temper on stage. I was trying to do my act and I got heckled. I took it badly and went into a rage and said some really nasty things to some Afro-Americans,” Richards told Letterman via satellite (view the clip here). “I’m really busted up over this. I’m really, really sorry.

Seinfeld's Michael Richards Has Racist Outburst

Michael Richards, a.k.a. Kramer from Seinfeld, hurled racial epithets at black audience members who apparently heckled him at a standup show in L.A. on Friday night.

The Web site posted a video of the incident on Monday. It shows Richards, 57, taunting the men for interrupting his show. “Shut up! Fifty years ago we’d have you upside down with a f—— fork up your a–,” he yells.

He paces the stage, then continues: “You can talk, you can talk, you can talk, you’re brave now mother——. Throw his a– out. He’s a n—–!”