The signal-to-noise ratio of online content sure seems like it is at an all-time low these days, but every once in awhile we will encounter something that briefly restores the faith. This supercut of short-lived Seinfeld girlfriends – who never seemed to last more than one episode – set with DMX’s “What They Really Want” may not be technically accurate with the names, but is exquisite nonetheless.
Somehow this video has been sitting out there in the wild with under 3,000 views, but AV Club picked it up yesterday and if there is any justice in the universe this clip is destined for major virality.
If you landed here and are looking for something else to do, I had a good conversation last year with Peter Mehlman, who was a head writer of Seinfeld credited with creating words like “shrinkage” and “spongeworthy,” which are now regular parts of the American vocabulary. He also wrote for Howard Cosell, and the Washington Post sports section: