Seinfeld is traditionally known as a "show about nothing," primarily because of its mundane or superficial source material. But as video editor LJ Frezza's newest viral video proves, something isn't nothing—nothing is nothing.
Titled, of course, "Nothing," Frezza's video is a supercut consisting of all the Seinfeld scenes where nothing actually happens. So, at first glance, it's more or less a 6-minute-long video of the interiors and exteriors of Manhattan apartments—that is, if not for the funky Seinfeld slap bass that crashes over itself as scenes transition.
Frezza describes the video as "a New York without people," which more or less is a good description. A better one, though, is "six minutes of mounting existential dread.
Check out the video below:
Can't see the video? Click here.