All right, let's face it. What did America expect for the Seinfeld series finale? A bunch of mushy crap with hugging and kissing, maybe one of the gang leaving as everybody cries when they walk out the door -- despite the "no hugging, no learning" rule that the writers instituted. What did we get? One of the most original and innovate series finales in television history, where the (despicable) main characters actually get what they deserve and there's none of that BS which television sitcoms are riddled today. And thank god for that. Seinfeld managed to keep up its bitter, dry, sarcastic edge up until the very end. There was only one way that a show like this one could have gone out -- kudos to Larry David for successfully capturing that.