Kids Are Sure To Love Mattel’s ‘Seinfeld’ Little People Collection

Twenty-five years after its weird series finale, Seinfeld is still holding on to life thanks to streaming services and the adult collectors market. However, today’s collectibles are not the typical fare. If you thought your Seinfeld collection was missing baby toy versions of the show’s main cast, Mattel has something just for you.

The company’s Fishher-Price Little People line of Seinfeld figures is perfect for people aged 1 to 101. Yes, we all know there’s a booming market for toddlers who are also fans of the show about nothing. In fact, it was on many Christmas gift lists. Kids cannot get enough of an unemployed George Costanza or Kramerica Industries CEO Cosmo Kramer.

The set includes all the kids’ favorites: Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer. They even come in a box replicating Jerry’s apartment. Can you spot all the callbacks from the show’s nine seasons?

This perfect gift for the little Festivus celebrator in your family will only set you back $25.

Photo Credit: Mattel
Photo Credit: Mattel
Photo Credit: Mattel
Photo Credit: Mattel

Fans of the Emmy Award-winning TV series Seinfeld can bring home their favorite foursome with this special edition Little People Collector figure set from Fisher-Price. This must-have collector set features 4 Little People figures styled like the main characters, including Jerry Seinfeld, Cosmo Kramer, Elaine Benes, and George Costanza. The display-worthy package features familiar scenes from the series, including Jerry’s apartment and a stand-up comedy stage.​

Elaine, oddly enough, does not come with some deep-cut accessory. At least George arrives with the garbage éclair. I would have also accepted Kramer if he went with a Mackinaw peach.

If you’ve ever wondered what Seinfeld would have been like as a 1980s computer game, check out the Flash Tub cartoon Bitcoms below:

I’m not one to talk because I’ve got the LEGO version of Jerry’s apartment sitting on my dresser next to the LEGO Ghostbusters Firehouse. But the Little People seems like a weird collectible for adults. Is it just me? Let me know in the comments below.

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