Seinfeld is the most red pill sitcom I know of. Aside from being incredibly smart and witty, Seinfeld offers up lots of red pill truth in a very entertaining format. Its been branded a show about nothing, but in fact Seinfeld successfully reflects a reality of life and social interaction that few comedies have been able to replicate. Men can learn a lot from watching Seinfeld.
Jerry Seinfeld himself is a red pill man to admire. From CelebrityNetWorth.com:
Jerry Seinfeld is an American comedian and TV star who has a net worth of $800 million. Jerry Seinfeld spent almost 15 years grinding out a career as a stand-up comedian before hitting it big in TV. He was a successful comic, the kind that regularly appeared on the Tonight Show and David Letterman. It’s true that the nine years he spent writing and staring along with co-creator Larry David and starring in his own television series Seinfeld was no cake walk. It takes hard work to create the most successful television show of all time. Of course the last ten years of family life and semi-retirement have been busy, and not always relaxing.
5: Newman helps Kramer pick up
4: The cashier
3: George stops having sex
2: The opposite
1: Kramer dissects marriage
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