Put away the 18-pound turkey and giant box of wine, then turn off the home movies of George’s boyhood trip to Michigan because Fisher-Price just released a Little People Collector set featuring the core four-member cast of Seinfeld as toys—which you’re probably going to want to play with.
Look closely at the box and you’ll see a Festivus placard leaning on Jerry’s fridge, along with his Today Show puffy shirt and the marble rye he stole from Mrs. Choate. There’s also the éclair George ate out of the garbage (adjacent to refuse is refuse) and a piece of Kramer’s favorite chicken from Kenny Rogers Roasters. Even Fusilli Jerry is back for this one as Elaine has all the toilet paper without a square to spare. Whether you’re a Seinfeld noob or a grizzled veteran of Monk’s Diner, the packaging indicates this collector set is for ages 1–101.
Currently retailing for $25, you can pick up Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer from Mattel Creations or Amazon.com. You’ll also find Little People collections for a (slightly) more mature audience (maybe) with sets for the Rolling Stones, The Office and RuPaul’s Drag Race. Each figure stands roughly 2½ inches tall.
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Airing on NBC from 1989-1998, Seinfeld was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld. It won a total of 10 Emmys, including Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series in 1992 and 1993. Rolling Stone slated Seinfeld as the sixth greatest TV show of all time in 2022, while TV Guide ranked Seinfeld the absolute greatest show ever, ahead of I Love Lucy and The Honeymooners 20 years earlier in 2002. According to MovieWeb, a total of 76.3 million people tuned in to see the show’s finale.
Currently, you can watch Seinfeld on Netflix, which paid over $500 million for a five-year streaming deal that will run till 2026.