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Seinfeld episodes to be screened on the LIC waterfront this Saturday


Aug. 4, 2016 Staff Report

Three Seinfeld episodes and a new Seinfeld documentary will be screened at Hunters Point South Park this Saturday.

The event, which is being organized by Hulu and the Hunters Point Parks Conservancy, was originally scheduled for July 28 but had to be rescheduled due to rain.

Hulu, which retains the exclusive streaming rights to the comedy, will be showing three iconic episodes of the sitcom as well as the theatrical premiere of the documentary short They’re Real & They’re Spectacular: Seinfeld Super Fans and the Summer of George.

The event is a homecoming celebration for Jerry and George, who both grew up in Queens, and the borough is heavily featured in the show.

Hulu will be screening the Season 8 finale “The Summer of George” and two episodes voted on by fans on Hulu’s social media.

The event will also feature Hulu collectible giveaways, “frolfing” (frisbee-golf), a Seinfeld cast look-alike-contest complete with Elaine dance-off, show-themed food, photo opportunities and more.

The first 200 guests will also receive a Seinfeld limited edition art print.

The event is free and is open to all. The festivities will start at 6 PM and screenings begin at dark.

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