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I'm trying to read the script for the Seinfeld pilot (don't ask), and the website looks like it was last updated like 12 years ago. Do people not seek out Seinfeld scripts online for recreational reading?
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I wish studios would offer scripts for digital sale (and even print-on-demand) as a regular course of business. One of the best I've read is "Creepshow" by Stephen King, mainly because of the writing style employed on it (can't get away with that nowadays with Hollywood gate-keeper readers).
You've got me interested, though (if I'm thinking of the correct episode - not sure if this was the first episode or if the actual pilot came later in the first season, not really an expert on the program - I believe it was pretty good). What is the site? And yeah, for some reason, all those sites are stuck in the past.
I'm not sure if it's the "Pilot" Pilot, but they say the episode was released in 1989 so I'm positive its the real Pilot.
Here's the site where the script (or transcript, it doesn't look like a script to me, maybe it was reformatted?) is: https://www.seinfeldscripts.com/TheSeinfeldChronicles.htm