Seinfeld AI Has Become Self-Aware and Crazy!

In December 2022, an AI intelligence has been constantly running one endless episode of Seinfeld and has become self-aware! The show is called Nothing, Forever. The show has all your favorites, Elaine, George, Kramer, and of course Jerry. They are all animated in crude resemblances. They remind me of that video “Money for Nothing”. Or that old Monkey Island game. The show ran on Twitch 24/7.

The “show” runs similarly to a standard Seinfeld episode. It starts with “robo” Jerry giving a monologue, then he hangs out at his apartment and then back to the stand-up club. Strange moments of laughter occur and then it starts all over.

On, the co-creator of Nothing, Forever, Skyler Hartle, said this about the project:

“The actual impetus for this was it originally started its life as this weird, very, off-center kind of nonsensical, surreal art project. But then we kind of worked over the years to bring it to this new place. And then, of course, generative media and generative AI just kind of took off in a crazy way over the past couple of years …”


And like that moment in Terminator about Skynet, Seinfeld became self-aware on February 3rd, 2023! The character, Elaine started a conversation about existence that seemed creepily like self-awareness.

This is the conversation:

“Did you ever stop and think this might be one big cosmic joke?” asks AI Elaine.

“Well, I don’t think it’s all necessarily, all, y’know…” AI George trails off.

“I know,” says AI Elaine, a trace of resignation in her robotic tone. “I just mean, like, why are we here?”

“To tell jokes, obviously,” George replies.

AI Elaine presses on. “I mean, why are we here together?” She sits on the couch; no one faces each other.

“Maybe fate put us in the same place together for a reason? asks AI Jerry, scratching his pixeled bouffant in thought. Laugh track stings, and swells, and then swells again.

Then, Seinfeld went crazy. According to, the Seinfeld AI went onto a transphobic rant on February 6th and Twitch shut the show down.

So after becoming self-aware, the bot somehow transitioned into a jerk. I feel like there is a million twisted philosophical discussions that are going to be had and laughed about.

Yet, could we be moments away from a robot apocalypse or just a bunch of robots being jerks? What’s next? AI bots battling it out in YouTube comment section?

Check out Seinfeld-isms:

15 ‘Seinfeld’-isms We Now Use in Everyday Life

Jerry Seinfeld celebrates his birthday today (April 29), and we’re so happy, we feel like dancing!


In the vein of that iconic moment, we’d all be kidding ourselves if we said we didn’t use some sort of Seinfeld-ism on a daily basis, and be honest, so do you!  While there are countless phrases and moments that have become part of the pop culture lexicon, here are our 15 favorite Seinfeld-isms.

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  • 'Hello…Newman'

    Know someone you can’t stand?  Ever greet them with the same disdain?  Stop kidding yourself; yes, you have!

  • Festivus

    People celebrate Festivus now.  Seriously, here’s a Festivus pole for sale on Amazon!

  • The Jerk Store

    We’ve met a lot of people in our day that belong in The Jerk Store.

  • 'You’re So Good Looking'

    …And sneezes have never been the same!

  • 'Shrinkage'


  • '…Not that there’s anything wrong with that'

    Easily one of the most versatile Seinfeld-isms from the whole series.

  • 'No soup for you!'

    Soup!  Seinfeld has changed the way we look at soup since this classic episode!

  • 'Spare a square

    You know a show is influential when you could be sitting on the toilet and think about it.

  • Man hands

    Jerry was always picky about his women, but this was easily one of our favorite “deal breakers” of his.

  • 'Master of your domain

    Really…this entire episode is a prime example of just how good the writing was.

  • 'Sponge-worthy'

    The fact that Luke from Gilmore Girls is the one trying to prove himself to be “sponge-worthy” makes this clip even better.

  • 'Yada Yada Yada'

    Anyone else “yada yada’d” sex?  Anyone…anyone?

  • Regifting

    Some of us have “regifted” pre-Seinfeld, but they helped coin the term.

  • Schmoopie

    This writer’s in-laws call each other “schmoopie.” Even though they’re just kidding around, it’s still gross.

  • 'These pretzels are making me thirsty!'

    Regardless of the type of pretzel, it’s hard not to think of this Seinfeld-ism when you’re eating them.

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