Wiser guys

Schwarzbaum, Lisa; Winters, Dan
February 1996
Entertainment Weekly;2/2/96, Issue 312, p18
Features the television program, `Seinfield.' Seinfield as the top-rate sitcom in the United States; Number of airing stations; Actors and actresses; Earnings per episode; Plot.


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