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亚博棋牌取款秒到采用百度引擎1(Baidu 5)这样表现的云游戏,相信已经可以驱动玩家产生体验的冲动了。只需下载大约50兆的腾讯先游云游戏App,无需下载游戏,就能一键秒玩超过100款正版游戏大作,如《王者荣耀》《和平精英》《火影忍者手游》等等,甚至不用担心自己的手机的配置和内存,没有人能够不为之吸引。

1. 亚博棋牌取款秒到
《传送门骑士》这款游戏是一款具有极高自由度的冒险手游,在游戏中击杀怪物跟完成任何不一定要拿起武器肉搏,你也可以尝试制作陷阱,制作各种工具来过关,玩家被传送在随机生成的世界,完成任何后玩家就可以重新被传送到另外一个随机世界中。 兄弟冰雪传奇手游,在里面每天战斗都可以赚到收益,自由精彩的战斗玩法以及游戏模式都是玩家喜欢的,每天在兄弟冰雪传奇中都可以赚到超多的收益,精彩的玩法以及游戏模式都很自由,玩家也比较多,升级就有很多福利可以领取,推荐兄弟冰雪传奇手游给大家下载一起玩!
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2. 公平游戏环境
We know the first episode will revolve around Geralt and Ciri’s journey to the Witcher fortress. And from clips unveiled during the September Tudum event, it’s clear the pair will spend at least one night as Nivellen’s keep before they arrive at Kaer Morhen.On a more macro level, the Northern Kings will have either won the war against Nilfgaard or remained in a saber-rattling stance after witnessing the Battle of Sodden Hill from afar. Considering a second war with Nilfgaard breaks out in the narrative of the novels, we expect the television show may just turn the two conflicts into one – a war they can actually dramatize (budget permitting) as Ciri continues her training.(Photo by The Witcher season 2 - Netflix)Meanwhile, the trailer released at the end of WitcherCon seemingly resolved Yennefer’s disappearance. Nevertheless, her next move will no doubt inform the tensions outside Kaer Morhen. For one thing: the Brotherhood is still up for grabs, even if there is considerable support of Nilfgaard at this point. But Yennefer may not rejoin that conflict at first. She’s captured [and] she has to survive being a prison of war, Chalotra teased during the TCA event.Hissrich also added Yennefer’s journey is one of self-exploration. It was a note Chalotra agreed with. The choices she makes in Season 2 will resonate with people a lot more, she said. She makes some unlikely alliances and it changes her way of thinking. It really changes her. It remains to be seen, though, how much material The Witcher plans to cover in its second season. Considering the first year covered many of the short stories and Ciri’s recollections of life on the run following the Nilfgaard attack, we can safely assume Season 2 will follow the shape of Blood of Elves — the new additions to the cast almost guarantee it.Read Also: The Witcher Showrunner Tells Us How To Build a Monster SeriesThen again, events from the stories and novels have already been remixed and there is no guarantee we ll see all of Ciri s time at Kaer Morhen or the Temple School before season 2 concludes.But no matter what map the series follows in its second year, one theme has been virtually guaranteed by Hissirch — the waning of monsters. As in the novels, fantastical creatures are becoming rarer as the Continent (a loosely European realm) marches closer to modernity. The disappearance of monsters also means Witchers are becoming fewer in number. And while referenced in passing during the first season, this change in the world will be addressed in the upcoming episodes.Who Will Direct Season 2 of The Witcher?(Photo by Katalin Vermes/Netflix)As with season 1, the second year will consist of eight episodes — the seeming new standard for genre shows on streaming services. Directors include Umbrella Academy’s Stephen Surjik, Cursed’s Sarah O’Gorman, The Last Kindgom’s Ed Bazalgette, and Meet the Patel’s Geeta Patel. Hissrich remains the program’s showrunner and executive producer.During WitcherCon, Netflix provided most of the episode names. Only the final title was held back, but the others suggest the timelines may be more or less aligned throughout the season.Episode 1: “A Grain of Truth”Episode 2: “Kaer Morhen”Episode 3: “What Is Lost”Episode 4: “Redanian Intelligence”Episode 5: “Turn Your Back”Episode 6: “Dear Friend”Episode 7: “Voleth Meir”Episode 8: “????”Some of the titles, like A Grain of Truth   Kaer Morhen and Redanian Intelligence are quite evocative for Witcher fans, while What Is Lost and Turn Your Back offer fewer clues in terms of plot. Splitting the difference, Dear Friend appears to be a pointed reference to Yennefer s sarcastic use of the term following Geralt s own use of it while writing a letter asking for her help training Ciri. Voleth Meir apparently refers to a new character who will reportedly play a big role in Ciri s ongoing story. And the name of the finale? Feel free to guess.When Does Season 2 of The Witcher Premiere on Netflix?(Photo by Netflix)The long wait is nearly over. The Witcher returns December 17 on Netflix. It will feature more monsters, more intrigue, and more songs. But, according to Cavill, it will not have another bath scene like the one pictured above. He teased the season will have more manflesh on display, though.What About Season 3?During its TUDUM even on September 25, 2021, Netflix announced the program will continue for a third season. Lost’s Javier Grillo-Marxuach took to Twitter the same day to reveal he will join the program as a producer and writer for the third year. Hopefully, that season will arrive a little bit quicker than Season 2.THERE’S A THIRD SEASON OF THE WITCHER AND THANK GOD SINCE I AM ONE OF THE NEW ADDITIONS TO THE WRITING STAFF! https://t.co/XjsfPQuEkc javier grillo-marxuach (@OKBJGM) September 25, 2021Season 2 of The Witcher premieres on Netflix on December 17, 2021.亚博棋牌取款秒到不仅如此,挂机问题仍未解决,使命召唤手游也出现了新的问题,BUG。由于这款游戏涉及的玩法很多,但内存最终还不到2G,因此使命召唤手游目前的BUG是数不胜数,虽然FPS游戏多多少少会有BUG的问题,但使命召唤手游的BUG数量确实超过了我们的想象,花屏、卡墙都已经是家常便饭,我自己玩的时候确实经常卡在墙上,玩了几天后果断弃坑。

3. 激战团竞模式
身为一名冒险家,本职工作自然是要踏遍名山大川、探访险境秘境、收集珍宝藏品。《天谕》手游将这些内容纷纷做到了游戏中,打开冒险手册,就可以清晰看到玩家走过的景点、遇到过的怪物、收集到的珍宝和对外交际情况。根据玩家的表现倾向,系统还会给玩家一个冒险家的定位,让人充满了继续探索的动力。

4. 呼朋唤友 随心所欲
赏金猎人厄运小姐MF:手游LOL里面MF的q改成了非指向性技能,端游MF的q是指向性技能来着,这样的改动更加符合手游端的设计,让玩家自行选择一段q的目标角度用q二段去溅射敌人,更加灵活适用手机端的同时也有对应的弊端,如果你角度选择不对的话会空q的。增强了游戏的趣味性

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使用強大的百度引擎6建构,提供丰富详尽的资讯、逼真的特效和广阔的HD地图,营造出惊人的战术动作游戏体验。高品质音讯和3D音效让您身心完全投入枪火轰鸣的火热战斗。

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Although superhero shows make up the bulk of Comics on TV options, the format can get a little tiresome at times. Whether it be repeated plot points or uninspired antagonists – we’re looking at you, Ricardo Diaz – the grind of a superhero show can lead to a certain amount of fatigue. This goes double for a casual viewer less interested in the crossover potential of the Arrowverse or the late, lamented Marvel universe on Netflix.But the first half of 2019 has seen a number of startling and well-produced superhero shows redefine and revitalize what the genre can be. Instead of season-long big bads strung across 22-episodes, the heroes face existential crisis in shorter seasons. And in at least one case, Amazon’s adaptation of The Boys, the supers are anything but heroes. In fact, the series, and its unique take on super-powered people, has revitalized the superhero show as a whole in just 8 episodes thanks to its adventurous storytelling.So let’s take a look at some of the ways it uses capes, heat vision, PTSD, and old-fashion love stories to give the superhero genre a fresh perspective.Spoiler Alert: The following discusses plot points from the entire first season of Amazon series The Boys. Stop now if you haven t watched every episode.It Adapts Finite Source MaterialOne of the key things setting The Boys – and some of the other 2019 debuts, in fact – apart from an Arrowverse or a Marvel show is its source material, the 72-issues series (and some special releases) by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. The finite nature of the original comic book makes it more like a novel than the never-ending battle in the pages of The Flash or X-Men. This means the show has a sense of direction even the Marvel series on Netflix could not necessarily claim beyond the first season of Jessica Jones and, to a certain extent, the third season of Daredevil. And it is the sort of thing unheard of in the shows of the Distinguished Competition.Knowing the shape of the full story ahead of time means the chance to properly plot it. In the case of The Boys, this is best illustrated in the way Hughie (Jack Quaid) comes to know the other members of Billy Butcher’s (Karl Urban) team, how they all meet the Female (Karen Fukuhara), and how most them come to rely on a super in critical moment. It is different from the books, but it delivers characters precisely when they are need — particularly Frenchie (Tomer Capon). Yes, not every plot point is expertly timed across the first season, but for the most part, The Boys asks questions and answers them with a rare precision.It Knows When To Walk Away From That AdaptationModern finite comics share more in common with novels than the ongoing travails of Superman and Spider-Man. It is a definite benefit to comic book storytelling overall, but it means fans of titles like The Boys will expect certain moments to appear in the series almost verbatim. When Rotten Tomatoes talked to executive producer Eric Kripke about key scenes, he said balancing those expectations with the understanding that TV is a different format is key to producing a good adaption.“Luckily, I m a huge fan of the material, so the scenes that are important to the fans, and that the fans love, I love too,” he explained.At the same time, it was important to break down the comic and determine “what scenes fit in the particular version of the story we re telling and fit the tone and fit the style.” Kripke expected at the time that “there will inevitably be fans that are unhappy with some things that I didn t include. But, he continued, “it s my responsibility to tell the best story that I know how to tell, and I try to use as many of the pieces of the book as I can, but some of them just don t fit in our version of the story.”Sometimes, elements of a story change for more practical reason, like Butcher’s dog Terror. Glimpsed in one or two flashbacks on the television series, Terror was almost an extra appendage of Billy’s in the comic. But when facing the realities of having a dog on set among all the other technical challenges of a superhero show, Kripke made a tough decision. “It literally would have been impossible to finish the show on our schedule with our ambition if, on top of everything else we were doing, we had a dog,” he explained.Of course, at Comic-Con, Kripke suggested there may be a chance for Terror to be part of Billy’s present-day life in season 2.Beyond purely practical concerns regarding Terror, readers of The Boys will note a change in tone. The darkness and despair beautifully rendered by Robertson in the pages of the comic book have been toned down for a brighter world. It also introduces Starlight (Erin Moriarty) in a position of strength, re-casting her as the story s heart from the get-go. That greater focus on the light in the initial episodes counterpoints the darkness in the hearts of characters like Homelander (Antony Starr) and A-Train (Jessie T. Usher), while making Hughie’s entry into Butcher’s world more inviting. At least, inviting to viewers ready to look at the violence Hughie witnesses with a more satirical slant.It Quickly Complicates the CharactersThanks to that strong sense of direction, characters accrue a level of complication at A-Train’s pace. Consider how corrupt he seems at the onset or when he kills his secret girlfriend. But the sense he is a one-note character is soon shattered when a reality show producer asks him to omit the painful gang-related truth in his origin story. And as his body continues to break down from the effects of Compound V, we see he is as much of a victim of Vought’s machinations as Annie (Moriarity) or Hughie. Sure, a viewer might walk away from the season still hating A-Train’s guts, but at least it comes from a richer understanding of his situation. He is getting ground inside the machine.As the season progresses, we see the caricatures of episode 1 give way to more complex characters with each passing scene. Queen Maeve (Dominique McElligott) goes on an odyssey to realize her lost optimism. She may not resemble the hero Annie is turning into, but even those few words of encouragement she offers at the end of the season indicate a positive change. Or, at least the sort of positive change we can hope to see from these characters. But that also means Maeve could easily fall back into her old ways when we see her again next year.Meanwhile, Butcher defies traditional classifications of hero and anti-hero. He’s doing this all in memory of his wife, but at some point, one gets the impression he just needed the excuse in order to start killing. He may not grin the way Homelander does while offing an enemy, but a similar satisfaction is present. And considering the season ends with the two of them at the same place, we can expect some discussion of their commonalities during an uncomfortable backyard barbecue.

Japanese-style animation or anime is more popular than ever – and more accessible.In 2017, Sony Television has purchased popular anime streaming service Funimation and Amazon has folded its Anime Strike VOD service into Prime Video. Crunchyroll, one of the largest producers of anime content in the world, is now owned by AT T. And since 2018, Netflix has doubled down on its production of original anime content and launched @NX, a social media presence dedicated to its fantasy, genre, animation, and anime titles. Although many people are familiar with major anime titles, like Ghost in the Shell and Death Note, the sub-genre of horror anime has been growing in popularity. Horror anime is usually bloody, mildly suggestive, and almost always very creepy. The veneer of animation can make these works less terrifying than live-action horror movies, yet the best of the horror sub-genre often boasts incredible storylines as well as high-quality animation and voice acting. Curious? Here are nine anime horror series that you can stream just in time for Halloween.Tokyo Ghoul 100% What it is: This epic series is set in a world where ghouls – monsters that survive by eating human flesh – live on the outskirts of human society, secretly killing and feeding to survive. The series is the origin story of Ken Kaneki, a human teenager who becomes a half-ghoul after a transplant operation; he now has become his own worst nightmare and has to learn to navigate a world where neither side wants him.Why you should watch: Part horror, part existential think piece, Tokyo Ghoul offers one of the best character arcs since Daenerys Targaryen (and one that feels far less rushed).Episodes: 48Watch time: 19 hoursStreaming on: Hulu, FunimationJunji Ito Collection  What it is: Junji Ito is regarded as the greatest horror mangaka ever. He is known for his freakishly detailed artwork and nightmare-inducing short stories, and this anthology series adapts several of his works for the small screen. Ito’s work is terrifying because it makes horror from the everyday: a girl gets sick at school and suddenly grows a giant slug out of her mouth, for example, and a murderous knife-wielding puppet controls an entire family. It’s freaky stuff. Why you should watch: The collection offers psychological thrills in small bites and an introduction to Ito’s work.Episodes: 14Watch time: 5.5 hoursStreaming on: Crunchyroll, Amazon Prime VideoDemon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba 100% What it is: In feudal Japan, a boy returns home to find his entire family viciously killed by a demon. The only survivor is his sister, who apparently has been turned, but still retains conscious human thought and cognizance — except when she’s hungry! The boy learns the ways of demon hunting in order to find a cure for his sister and to save others that are threatened by the demon horde.Why you should watch: Demon Slayer’s incredible animation makes it one of the most beloved anime series out right now.Episodes: 26Watch time: 10.5 hoursStreaming on: Crunchyroll, Hulu, FunimationParasyte: The Maxim What it is: Wormlike alien creatures invade Earth and begin body-snatching, turning their hosts into cannibalistic monsters. Their delivery method of choice? Drilling themselves into human flesh while potential hosts sleep and heading straight for the brain. However, Shinichi Izumi is unique, because he wakes up during an attack and stops the alien from burrowing through his body. The alien (now living in his hand), becomes sentient and begins communicating with him and together they save the world.Why you should watch: It’s the body-horror buddy cop anime you never knew you needed.Episodes: 24Watch time: 10 hoursStreaming on: HuluAnotherWhat it is: Kōichi Sakakibara transfers to a new school in a town where a young girl has died some 20 years prior. He soon meets Mei, a quiet girl with an eyepatch whom both the teachers and students seem to ignore. When students and relatives start dying in a variety of strange and bloody ways, the pair soon realize all the incidents are connected and try to get to the bottom of the mystery before anyone else gets killed.Why you should watch: It’s Final Destination, anime-style, and a lot of fun.Episodes: 12Watch time: 5 hoursStreaming on: CrunchyrollAjin: Demi-Human What it is: Kei Nagai is an aloof pre-med student who is hit by a truck and killed on his way to class one day. Moments later, his body resurrects and Kei realizes that he is Ajin, a demi-human with limitless regenerative powers. Those qualities have attracted government interest, which has been quietly experimenting and torturing Ajin in an effort to exploit their immortality. Kei is thrown into a world he never knew existed and must choose to fight for survival as a demi-human or fight for the entire human race.Why you should watch: Ajin gets the blood pumping with big scares and thrilling action, packing both into its intriguing central mystery. Episodes: 26Watch time: 10 hoursStreaming on: Netflix %What it is: Keiichi Maebara moves to a small rural town he quickly comes to love, but soon learns the village has a very dark secret. The series’ story is told in multiple arcs with a repeating timeline that differs based on who is telling the story. Don’t let the cuteness of the first episodes fool you – this series is so twisted it will leave you wondering if you ever learned the truth about any of the characters at all.Why you should watch: It’s a twisty psychological thriller with a lot of violence and blood, if that’s your thing. Episodes: 26Watch time: 10 hoursStreaming on: HuluNote: There are many versions and series called When they Cry. This is referring to the first anime series.Devilman Crybaby 89% What it is: Akira is your average sensitive teen who hasn’t seen his buddy Ryo since they were childhood besties. One day Ryo suddenly pops back into town and drags Akira to an underground rave orgy where he commences stabbing people. But that’s not the crazy part: The scent of blood makes some of the ravers transform into beasts themselves – including Akira, who becomes a human-demon hybrid. Convinced by Ryo that this is his true calling, Akira’s innate sensitivity transforms him into a rare breed: A demon with a human heart, or Devilman. That doesn’t make him any less violent, as his teenage desires and new body ratchet both his demon-hunting skills and his sex drive up to 1,000. Oh yeah, and he cries. A lot.Why you should watch: One of Netflix’s most violent and sexually explicit series ever produced. You’ll love the retro animation and over-the-top gore and violence. NSFW.Episodes: 10Watch time: 10 hoursStreaming on: NetflixHellsing Ultimate  What it is: Integra Fairbrook Wingates Helsing is the new leader of the Helsing family. She commands the largest military fighting force dedicated to the eradication of the undead in England under Her Majesty the Queen. Her secret weapon is Alucard, a vampire who kills his own and his charge, a police officer named Seres. They all must fight the monsters of the night as well as the evil Nazi group Millenium, intent on destroying the world in this over-the-top vampire series.Why you should watch: If you like blood, gore and punching Nazis, you’ll be very happy.Episodes: 10Watch time: 8 hoursStreaming on: HuluLike this? Subscribe to our newsletter and get more features, news, and guides in your inbox every week.
(Photo by Sarah Shatz/©Columbia Pictures/courtesy Everett Collection)50 Movies With Epic Parties To Stream Right NowIn these days of six-feet-apart distancing, the idea of throwing/attending/completely humiliating yourself at a wild party is out of the question – no matter how much you might currently be fantasizing about doing just that. We here at Rotten Tomatoes have been feeling the itch for company of late too, and with that in mind decided to help bring the party home to you – with the help of some of the most out-of-control gatherings ever committed to screen. Start streaming one of the films below and – voila – you ll be surrounded by booze, music, and friends. (Bonus: Your friends might include Kirsten Dunst, Seth Rogen, and Dave Chappelle.)There s something for everyone here: a ton of house parties for those looking for a Solo cup vibe; decadent bacchanals for those who want to live fancy (Romeo + Juliet, The Great Gatsby, Marie Antoinette); office parties for those missing their colleagues (The Apartment, Office Christmas Party); and a sci-fi rave (The Matrix: Reloaded), a period ball (Pride and Prejudice), and some kink (Eyes Wide Shut) for good measure. (Note: We decided to leave some epic parties out, because, well, we didn t like how the ended – looking at you Carrie and Scream.)With that said, it s now time to do our hair, grab something from mom s liquor cabinet, and call an Uber – er, we mean, plonk ourselves on the couch. Party s about to start and you don t want to be unfashionably late.Let us know your favorite movie party in the comments – and which movie characters you d have on your party guest list. To see where to stream each movie, click into the title for more details.
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(Photo by © Columbia TriStar Television/ Courtesy: Everett Collection.)It s been 22 years since the final episode of Seinfeld, aptly titled The Finale, first aired on May 14, 1998. It was one of the most highly anticipated hours of television ever broadcast, attracting a record-breaking 76 million viewers. But when all was said and done, the finale drew the ire of fans and critics alike. There was no happy ending here — and television audiences just weren t having it. In the 20-plus years since The Finale aired, the sitcom has evolved in complexity and ambition, and the show s co-creator, Larry David, has pioneered the cringe-comedy genre with Curb Your Enthusiasm. Comedy fans credit Seinfeld as the start of much of that growth – even as they lament the disappointing way the series wrapped up. Now, to celebrate the 22th anniversary of the show s end, we re here to say the finale wasn t all that bad. In fact, hear us out, here: the Seinfeld series finale was actually pretty darn great.In The Finale, Jerry and George (Jason Alexander) receive some fantastic news when their sitcom Jerry — which was shelved five years prior — is given the green light by NBC. To celebrate, the duo, along with Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and Kramer (Michael Richards), take the network s private plane on a trip to Paris; of course, they never make it to France. After a Kramer-led mishap, the aircraft is forced to make an emergency landing in the fictional town of Latham, Massachusetts. While waiting for the plane issue to be fixed, the gang goes into town and ends up witnessing a carjacking. Instead of intervening to help the overweight victim (played by late comedian John Pinette), they stand on the sidelines, take a video of the crime on Kramer s camera, and make fat-shaming jokes about the victim, to boot. Minutes later, the group is hauled away to jail for violating the town s new Good Samaritan law, which basically makes it illegal to do nothing when witnessing a fellow citizen in crisis.(Photo by © Columbia TriStar Television/ Courtesy: Everett Collection.)What follows is a highly-publicized court case that puts Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer (aka The New York Four ) on trial for their crime. And to fully drive home how guilty the gang is, the prosecuting attorney brings in a load of cameo witnesses from the show s nine-season run, among them: the Soup Nazi (Larry Thomas), Leslie The Low Talker (Wendel Meldrum), Elaine s ex David Puddy (Patrick Warburton), Jerry s ex Sidra Holland (Teri Hatcher), and New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner (voiced by Larry David). The cavalcade of witnesses gives audiences one last satisfying plot point in each of these characters story arcs, and acts as a hard-to-swallow reminder that the heroes they spent the last nine years with were actually anything but. After years of self-centered behavior, of not caring at all how their actions impacted any, and every, one they came in contact with — from Jerry assaulting and stealing a loaf of rye bread from an elderly woman named Mabel (Frances Bay) to George s deflating Trivial Pursuit mishap with the Bubble Boy — the group is found guilty for violating the Good Samaritan law and are put in jail for a year s time. The final moments find them behind bars, without any show of remorse, continuing their signature meaningless banter, as the camera pans away and eventually fades to black.People were not happy with this choice. Entertainment Weekly called it off-key and bloated, USA Today referred to the episode as dismal, giving it one-and-a-half stars, and Newsday asserted that The Finale was a major comedic disaster. The ninth and final season is Seinfeld s only Rotten season according to the Tomatometer, and the Critics Consensus – which reflects the sentiments of the critics – speaks to fans disappointment in its final flourish: the cynical show about nothing goes out defiantly on its own terms – even if means alienating fans who may have wanted things to end differently. (Photo by Joe Del Valle / ©Castle Rock Entertainment / Courtesy Everett Collection)Those assessments may have been somewhat correct at the time, but hindsight has proven the episode had way more going for it than Larry David walking away into the sunset with his middle finger held high. And it has a lot to do with going out defiantly on its own terms. I think the thing about finales is everybody writes their own finale in their head, whereas if they just tune in during the week to a normal show, they’re surprised by what’s going on, David explained to Grantland about the seemingly-impossible mission of satisfying expectations. They haven’t written it beforehand, they don’t know what the show is. But for a finale, they go, Oh, well this should happen to George, and Jerry and Elaine should get together, and all that. They’ve already written it, and often they’re disappointed, because it’s not what they wrote. Seinfeld changed the sitcom game when it arrived on the TV scene. But the program, which was marketed as the show about nothing, revealed itself over time as something more. It was a show filled with dark humor and bleak topics immersed in the everyday minutiae of city life; it was a program where a self-centered comedian and his privileged friends were unaffected and unchanged by the world around them. Seinfeld wasn t a program about nothing; the series explored the lives of a group of borderline nihilist New Yorkers who learned absolutely nothing and never ever changed, as those around them grew.As part of the plan that Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld put into place, their show, which prompted NBC to build its Must-See TV lineup, was never about teaching life lessons or handing out moral epiphanies. There was absolutely no character growth here. This all makes sense when you remember the two important rules the show s writers had to follow: no hugging and no learning.While the central crew may not have evolved into better people throughout the series nine-year run, the show taught television viewers that comedy could exist in a multitude of lanes. Sitcoms may still operate on the formula of dishing out morals and supplying growth to their lead characters, but there was something a bit too relatable about the way Seinfeld handled its final bow. We see it in the way The Finale depicts the highly-publicized trial as a televised spectacle not that different from the O.J. Simpson court proceedings that kicked off the Court TV trend just five years prior. The inclusion of the Johnnie Cochran–esque lawyer, Jackie Chiles (Phil Morris), and Geraldo Rivera as himself, commentating on the event, really helped bring to life the ridiculousness of the media circus. Did Seinfeld stay true to its formula through its nine-season duration? Maybe. When you view the series as the completely character-driven story that it was, then that changes things. Without each and every quirky role introduced on the series — and the endless supply of quotable lines the show birthed into the pop-culture vernacular — Seinfeld wouldn t have been such a success. And given that this was a show inspired by Jerry Seinfeld s life as a comedian, where his stand-up routines so famously picked apart the mundane details of everyday life, the lack of interest in digging under the surface and figuring out how any of these people tick makes even more sense. Remember: No hugging and no learning.According to Grantland, David was not interested in an emotional ride, and neither was Jerry. The show maintained protocol from episode one. Yearning for some sort of epiphany that would ve wrapped things up in a happily-ever-after bow is understandable, but that was never part of the plan. Jerry s postal-worker nemesis and neighbor Newman (Wayne Knight), who gets some oddball justice in the finale after his request to join the gang on their trip to Paris is turned down, ends up foreshadowing the events that transpire. In typical Newman fashion, he passionately delivers a vengeful, Pulp Fiction–style tirade: “Hear me and hear me well. The day will come. Oh yes, mark my words, Seinfeld — your day of reckoning is coming. When an evil wind will blow through your little play world, and wipe that smug smile off your face. And I’ll be there, in all my glory, watching – watching as it all comes crumbling down.” Jerry s smile may not have been ultimately wiped from his face — we see him doing stand-up in prison as the credits roll — but he, along with George, Elaine, and Kramer, do end up actually learning that there s a limit to bad behavior, even for these four.And so do we.As the guilty verdict is read, and the sentence is handed down, Judge Arthur Vandelay (Stanley Anderson) eloquently puts their crimes against humanity into perspective: Your callous indifference and utter disregard for everything that is good and decent has rocked the very foundations upon which our society is built.  In today s fast-moving disconnected age of social media and fake news, the impact of these words have only grown in relevancy. Who knew at the end of the day, that this show about nothing would actually have something important to say? The writers may have honored the no hugging rule, but when all was said and done, there was a bit of a lesson to be had after all. The series finale of Seinfeld,  The Finale,  first aired on NBC on May 14, 1998.
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