The Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast
The Four Who Rule Podcast is a Seinfeld Podcast. Erin and Ashford of the Wright On Network will talk about and analyze each Seinfeld episode. Hopefully, we will give a fresh new take to this 90's television classic.
info_outline Episode 39: The Keys 03/02/2019
Episode 39: The Keys April and Ashford discuss The Keys by Larry Charles. Kramer goes West, while the other 3 who rule are disputing about the darn keys. Because this is the season finale, the show goes big, tapping Candice Bergen's Murphy Brown, L.A. location shots, and more!!! NBC/CBS crossover.
info_outline Episode 38: The Parking Space 02/09/2019
Episode 38: The Parking Space Oh, the angst of trying to find a parking space in New York City is where we are with this episode of Seinfeld, which is analyzed by April and Ashford of the 4 Who Rule. The Parking Space by Larry David and Greg Daniels.
info_outline Episode 32: The Suicide 10/21/2018
Episode 32: The Suicide April and Ashford discuss the episode, The Suicide. Yep, it is a comedy episode, but the problematic topic is not only broached, but made light of. George is full on George, and Elaine is given little, but does so much. Tune in and give us feed back at email@example.com
info_outline Episode 31: The Pez Dispenser 09/11/2018
Episode 31: The Pez Dispenser April and Ashford joined together on this podcast to discuss The Pez Dispenser. Elaine gets the giggles, George tries to get hand, Kramer gets and idea, and Jerry gets a Pez Dispenser out of the idea. Sorry for saying "get" so many times. What do you think about this episode? April and Ashford ranked this saga rather highly. E-Mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
info_outline Episode 30: The Subway 08/26/2018
Episode 30: The Subway April and Ashford discuss the Seinfeld episode entitled The Subway, which takes you back to 1990's New York...pre the Rudy Guiliani takeover. This is the first episode where we really see the gang with four separate story lines. E-Mail us at email@example.com. Visit our website: www.wrightonnetwork.com
info_outline Episode 29: The Red Dot 08/06/2018
Episode 29: The Red Dot Ashford and Delvin discuss the Red Dot by Larry David. Yep, this came in just in time for the holiday season. Gifts are being exchanged, folks are drinking and being merry, and George is starting to become the pitiful, despicable character we know him to be later in the show's run. We rated this one about a 3.6 Superman Shields out of 5. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for comments, you What Is The Deal?, or concerns.
info_outline Episode 28: The Alternate Side 07/18/2018
Episode 28: The Alternate Side On this episode of the 4 Who Rule, April and Ashford rate the story of Seinfeld, the Alternate Side, 4 1/2 Superman Shields, the highest rating thus far. An episode known for the line, "These pretzels are making me thirsty," but this saga is about so much more. This is one of the first episodes where Jerry exudes his personality as the character on television who couldn't be more aloof or self-centered, convincing the rest of the television audience and tv creators that this is the new wave. E-Mail us at email@example.com
info_outline Episode 27: The Stranded 07/04/2018
Episode 27: The Stranded April and Ashford discuss the Stranded. Yes, three of the gang of 4 trek to Long Island for a mature, adult party. Navigating through the adulting not only creates anxiety for our main characters, but the motifs of favors throughout this episode leads towards an unexpected climax. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
info_outline Episode 26: The Nose Job 07/01/2018
Episode 26: The Nose Job April and Ashford discuss the Seinfeld episode, The Nose Job. George is having issues with his new girlfriend's nose. Jerry is catching feelings in an elevator, and Kramer is trying to reach the end of his iconic jacket story arc. Write to us at email@example.com about your opinions and concerns.
info_outline Episode 25: The Tape 06/21/2018
Episode 25: The Tape April and Ashford discuss the Seinfeld episode the Tape. This is the one where a woman left a sultry message on Jerry's tape recorder while he was performing his stand up. After Jerry, George, and Kramer discover the true culprit, Elaine, the fellows are now looking at her in a whole new light. And George is calling China for a hair cream that cures baldness. That's right. He's calling China!
info_outline Episode 24: The Cafe 06/14/2018
Episode 24: The Cafe April and Ashford discuss The Cafe, which is a study in cringe worthy colonization. OK, perhaps that is too strong, but Jerry going into a person's establishment, telling him that he has it all wrong and suggesting what the owner should do...is just a bit much. Write to us your opinions of the The Cafe.
info_outline Episode 23: The Garage 06/02/2018
Episode 23: The Garage Erin and Ashford discuss Ashford's very first episode, the Garage by Larry David. This episode gives insight to the anxiety of being lost, not in a supermarket, but a parking garage. Check us out and write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
info_outline Episode 22: The Library 05/18/2018
Episode 22: The Library Larry Charles wrote a story where he had Kramer dress up like Joe Friday in Dragnet to retrieve a statue for Jerry and George. In the episode, the Library, Larry Charles writes a character name Mr. Bookman who is on the case to bust Seinfeld for an overdue book back in 1971. Will Jerry beat the case? Listen to Erin and Ashford discuss.
info_outline Episode 21: The Dog 05/13/2018
Episode 21: The Dog Ashford and Erin are your hosts for the the episode, The Dog, by Larry David. Jerry meets a gentlemen that is not at full capacity to take care of his dog, so Jerry is burdened with providing shelter for this guy's canine. Meanwhile Elaine and George are trying to figure out their roles together when Jerry isn't around. And what do they resort to? Making fun of Jerry, of course. E-mail us at email@example.com We would love to hear your responses.
info_outline Episode 20: The Pen 04/29/2018
Episode 20: The Pen The Pen by Larry David really did not move the two hosts of the Four Who Rule, Ashford and Erin. Without Kramer and George, this episode is truly depended on the double act of Jerry and Elaine, which is quite good, but with the retirement home bickering and rumors, things get annoying rather quickly. What do you think about the Pen?
info_outline Episode 19: The Truth 04/21/2018
Episode 19: The Truth George is going out with a woman whom he deems as pretentious. Although George believes that the Truth maybe the way to go, this causes a conflict of interest with Jerry, for the Pretentious Patrice, George's dating friend, has Jerry's records, helping him with a Tax Audit situation. And on the other side of the mountain, Kramer is dating Elaine's roommate, which leads to some strange bed fellow follies. Listen to Erin and Ashford discuss The Truth by Elaine Pope. Write to us a firstname.lastname@example.org Share a "What is the Deal?" with us. We would love your take on dealing.
info_outline Episode 18: The Note 04/13/2018
Episode 18: The Note The season opener for the 3rd series is the Note, written by Larry David. Receiving a massage from a man, George really questions himself, while receiving no help or support from his friends. Great open to the season. As a viewer, one can really tell that the show took a leap forward. Even Jerry in the opening scene, giving virtually a routine/bit/monologue to the massage therapist, scares her off with his morose, creep factor banter about abducted children. Seinfeld's performance while giving the monologue was quite good. Let us know your "What is the Deal?" And when is the last time you got the "Hook Up"? e-mail Erin and Ashford at email@example.com
info_outline Episode 17: The Bus Boy 04/06/2018
Episode 17: The Bus Boy Erin and Ashford discuss the season finale of season 2, the Bus Boy, written by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David. Not meaning to, George causes the firing of a Bus Boy, hence the title. Feeling responsible for this unfortunate event, George tries to make up for it, only causing more grief for the character he is trying to appease. Meanwhile, Elaine is trying to get rid of her "nice guy" man friend. He was great for a weekend, but for a full blown week...a bit much. This is the episode where the Elaine character is given some material where she could display her chops. We gave this one a 2 out of 5 Superman Shields. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
info_outline Episode 16: The Chinese Restaurant 03/23/2018
Episode 16: The Chinese Restaurant Going out to eat is such a human act. Attending a place where others will serve you your food is quite a unique trait of the human race compared to other species of the animal kingdom. The Four Who Rule minus one attends a Chinese Restaurant where the wait time is like purgatory...without the magazines. Sorry, I don't know where I was going with that one. Elaine, Jerry, and George are attending a bad b-movie, and I'm not talking about the Bee Movie. But before the movie, they want to fill their bellies. Erin and Ashford discuss on episode 16 of the Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast.
info_outline Episode 15: The Baby Shower 03/15/2018
Episode 15: The Baby Shower Erin is out, but don't worry, she will be back next episode. And you can also reduce any anxiety you might have, for Ashford is not flying solo. Oh no. Delvin has agreed to make a guest spot to discuss The Baby Shower, for the classic hit television show, Seinfeld. Illegal cable, Kennedy references, Russians, and a Baby Shower. Heck of a combination. E-Mail us at email@example.com
info_outline Episode 14: The Deal 03/11/2018
Episode 14: The Deal Friends with benefits. Can it be done? Is the mere attempt a study in hubris? Elaine and Jerry try to draft a constitution for the two to remain friends, yet still engage in extra recreational activities. Let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org Or on Twitter @4ThatRule
info_outline Episode 13: The Heart Attack 02/26/2018
Episode 13: The Heart Attack Erin and Ashford discuss The Heart Attack, which really goes into poking fun of new age types, explores George's neurosis/quirks, and solidifies the character, Kramer, as a force on the show. Please e-mail us at email@example.com or contact us on Twitter @4ThatRule. We also have a Facebook page: The Four Who Rule: A Seinfeld Podcast.
info_outline Episode 12: The Revenge 02/20/2018
Episode 12: The Revenge Ashford and Erin discuss the Revenge, and its problematic plot, dealing with slipping people a drug that makes them not aware of their faculties. Played for laughs in the early 90s and 80s, but under the "wokeness" of today's climate, quite disturbing to say the least. Yes, George wants to slip his sexist boss a drink containing a "mickey". No harm no foul, right? But we have to question one of our main characters having a "mickey" hook up without question why his mickey hook up has mickey concoctions in the first place.
info_outline Episode 11: The Statue 02/03/2018
Episode 11: The Statue The Statue really starts the ball rolling with all four characters involved with the plot, and the creators thoughts and hostility towards the highfalutin are quite evident with our guest characters, an aspiring thespian/academic type and an aspiring writer. Kramer has more to do, Elaine's career is given more light and George and Jerry are more school boy childlike than ever.