Public Service Announcement
Last December, I wrote about some of my favorite classic Christmas TV episodes. I mentioned three excellent Seinfeld episodes, all making sport of the social and cultural obligations presented to us over the holiday season: “The Pick,” “The Red Dot,” and “The Strike” (AKA “Festivus”).
Here is some amazing news for the cable-less among us: Crackle TV is streaming all three of them! They all expire January 1, so get yourselves in gear.
(P.S. I don’t patronize Crackle too often, but their deal with Seinfeld seems to be that every month they cycle through ten new episodes, one or two from each of the nine seasons. This month they are also streaming non-holiday classics like the one with the marble rye, the backwards-narrative one in India, and the one where Jerry and Elaine get stranded at Michael Chiklis’s house in Long Island. This is a seriously good deal.)