Do you like to laugh; maybe a lot? Well if you do, I highly encourage you to watch Seinfeld. If you do watch, you will experience something amazing: laughter!
The “plot,” or main theme of Seinfeld hardly exists, due to the lack of structure and story. The only real structure of the films, are the relationships and unexciting adventures the characters experience. However, almost every episode introduces a new “plot” in which the characters focus all of their energy on. In the show, the four friends always meet in the apartment of Jerry Seinfeld were they debrief about their days. The topics discussed are always light and never venture further then what they ate for lunch, but in no shape of form does the show need an intellectual boost. What makes the show so hysterical, is the character exchanges and genius plots. In many ways, it is the shows “boring” theme, with a combination of incredible writing that has made Seinfeld so attractive for audiences from ages 13 to 100.