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I was musing on this recently and came to the conclusion that Vic & Sade had Sienfeld beat by over 50 years!!! There was never a serious moment on V & S, like Sienfeld... it was all about the ha-ha!!! It was all about the minutia that happens to the main characters throughout their daily lives (George Costanza's pitch for "Jerry" to the NBC execs)... Vic was Jerry, who owned the house were a good deal of said discussions about that minutia took place... Sade is Elaine, who often was the serious one while the "boys" were engaged in idiocy, and Rush is Kramer... he always has some wacky scheme brewing, he tells "tall tales" and he has a group of oddly named friends whom he constantly talks about, but nobody ever sees!!!