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Michael Richard’s role as Kramer in “Seinfeld” was one of the most iconic characters of the ’90s. The show has something of a cult following, and it’s ranked with “Cheers” and “Friends” as one of the most popular sitcoms in history.

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The only thing that’s funnier than the show itself are the bloopers, of which there are many. With the zany plots and kooky situations that writers Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David cooked up, it was hard for any of the actors to stay serious–even Seinfeld himself.

But in that whirlwind of hilarity was Michael Richards and Kramer, a stoic outsider who seemed to operate on a different plane of reality. Since the end of filming “Seinfeld,” Richards has fallen from the spotlight after he rent on a racist tirade during a stand-up set. But, at least Kramer is still funny. |