It's a Drinking Game About Nothing
A show many have labeled "ahead of its time", it was in many ways the anti-sitcom. Plot threads revolved around small, even non-existent slights. Conversations would often derail completely. Scenes lasted for sixty seconds at the most. And all four of the main characters were legitimately terrible people. It's a miracle it got picked up, and even more miraculous that it ran for nine seasons to critical and popular acclaim.
I found making a drinking game for this show difficult, which shouldn't have come as a shock considering how unpredictable each episode became, especially season to season. "Seinfeld" threatened to break my tried and true game-making methods. Once again, we watched five episodes, none of which resembled any of the others. And we gazed upon mid-nineties New York City with shock and awe, and as we drank the same question burned in all of our minds:
"How far away from this are we?"