Starts: 12/19/16 #Festivus - Seinfeld: "The #5DaysofFestivus! Tune in Monday through Friday to watch the Festivus episode every night this coming week!" : twitter  #Seinfeld #Festivus #gif

Starts: 12/19/16 #Festivus - Seinfeld: "The #5DaysofFestivus! Tune in Monday through Friday to watch the Festivus episode every night this coming week!" : twitter #Seinfeld #Festivus #gif

Festivus Women's Dark T-Shirt. As I rained blows upon him, I realized there had to be another way. Out of that, a new holiday was born. A festivus for the rest of us! My favorite Frank Costanza quote from the Seinfeld #festivus episode

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Festivus Women's Dark T-Shirt. As I rained blows upon him, I realized there had to be another way. Out of that, a new holiday was born. A festivus for the rest of us! My favorite Frank Costanza quote from the Seinfeld #festivus episode

SEINFELD ~ Festivus episode. Happy Festivus! December 23.

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I find your belief system fascinating. A funny Kroger quote from Seinfeld during the Festivus episode. Magnet and other gifts here: http://www.cafepress.com/epiclove/11810759 #seinfeld

I find your belief system fascinating. A funny Kroger quote from Seinfeld during the Festivus episode. Magnet and other gifts here: http://www.cafepress.com/epiclove/11810759 #seinfeld

In a 1997 episode of the popular television comedy, Seinfeld, #Festivus was brought to the masses when Frank Costanza (played by Jerry Stiller) explains he invented Festivus in response to the commercialism of Christmas.

In a 1997 episode of the popular television comedy, Seinfeld, #Festivus was brought to the masses when Frank Costanza (played by Jerry Stiller) explains he invented Festivus in response to the commercialism of Christmas.

Festivus is both a parody and a secular holiday celebrated on December 23 as an alternative to the pressures and commercialism of the Christmas season. Originally a family tradition of scriptwriter Dan O'Keefe, who worked on the American sitcom Seinfeld, Festivus entered popular culture after it was made the focus of the 1997 episode "The Strike".

Festivus is both a parody and a secular holiday celebrated on December 23 as an alternative to the pressures and commercialism of the Christmas season. Originally a family tradition of scriptwriter Dan O'Keefe, who worked on the American sitcom Seinfeld, Festivus entered popular culture after it was made the focus of the 1997 episode "The Strike".

And now it's time for the airing of grievances #festivus

Warren Whitlock on

December 23th is Festivus, it's a holiday that was created by writer Dan O’Keefe as a way to celebrate the holiday season without buying into its commercialism. Festivus was immortalized when O’Keefe’s son wrote an episode about it for the popular TV show Seinfeld. The episode, called The Strike, aired in December, 1997. A traditional Festivus celebration includes a plain aluminum pole in lieu of a Christmas tree, the annual “Airing of Grievances,” the Festivus dinner, and Feats of Strength.

Festivus

December 23th is Festivus, it's a holiday that was created by writer Dan O’Keefe as a way to celebrate the holiday season without buying into its commercialism. Festivus was immortalized when O’Keefe’s son wrote an episode about it for the popular TV show Seinfeld. The episode, called The Strike, aired in December, 1997. A traditional Festivus celebration includes a plain aluminum pole in lieu of a Christmas tree, the annual “Airing of Grievances,” the Festivus dinner, and Feats of Strength.

THE STORY OF FESTIVUS CHAPTER 4 THE AIRING OF GRIEVANCES AND FEATS OF ST...

THE STORY OF FESTIVUS CHAPTER 4 THE AIRING OF GRIEVANCES AND FEATS OF ST...

Izzy Mandelbaum, or the delightful Lloyd Bridges, on Seinfeld episode 17, 1997.

Izzy Mandelbaum, or the delightful Lloyd Bridges, on Seinfeld episode 17, 1997.

‘Stop Crying And Fight Your Father’: ‘Seinfeld’ Writers Explain The True Meaning And Origin Of Festivus

‘Stop Crying And Fight Your Father’: ‘Seinfeld’ Writers Explain The True Meaning And Origin Of Festivus

My Dad doesn’t really celebrate Festivus, he’s just a die hard “Seinfeld” fan!  In 1997, “Seinfeld” aired “The Strike,” one of the show’s most popular episodes, in which George Costanza’s father, Frank, explains the origins of the nondenominational holiday Festivus.

My Dad doesn’t really celebrate Festivus, he’s just a die hard “Seinfeld” fan! In 1997, “Seinfeld” aired “The Strike,” one of the show’s most popular episodes, in which George Costanza’s father, Frank, explains the origins of the nondenominational holiday Festivus.

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