In television, the ending used to mean everything. A series finale could make a break a years-long favorite program. You could tell what kind of person you were meeting just by asking them if they thought Tony was dead, or if Jack and Sawyer and Desmond - were also dead? Actually that’s a bit odd. W… read more
On May 18, 1998 over 76 million people gathered to see how the show about nothing ended. Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer finished the legendary run in a most unexpected and yet completely predictable way. For the last show about nothing, it was surprisingly long.
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