Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Judge tosses defamation suit brought by real-life "Kramer"

Not that there's anything wrong with that.

So ruled a New York judge who dismissed a defamation suit this week brought by the real-life inspiration for the oddball “Seinfeld” character Cosmo Kramer against a former writer for the classic sitcom.
It was the rare legal case that revolved around a “Seinfeld” catchphrase — specifically, the line “not that there’s anything wrong with that.”

Kenny Kramer, who runs a tour company that takes riders to various New York City sights popularized by the series, filed suit against comedian Fred Stoller over a book he published last year.

Article here. 

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