What is the Deal With Watching Seinfeld Online?

Thanks to the TV-on-the-Internet site Crackle, Seinfeld fans across the nation can now free up their Netflix queues of all kinds of space. The Hulu competitor unveiled today that it will release 10 episodes of  the show about nothing each month, and by theme. This month's motif? "Most Iconic" -- not entirely sure what that means, but, yes, "The Junior Mint" is there. Or right here, actually:

You can watch other episodes by clicking here. (via Punchline Magazine). TBS.com also has a select few available for online viewing.

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Lol Cavewoman. That was great and classic :).
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Netflix? Gotta find out what this is. do we get it in the UK?
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Seinfeld on TV and the Internet?? You have no idea of the magnitude of this thing. If this show is allowed to infiltrate the Internet world, then Seinfeld as we know it ceases to exist. It will kill Independent Seinfeld. A show divided against itself cannot stand!
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This is fantastic news! Nothing is better than Seinfeld online. My workdays just got a lot more interesting.
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