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Week 3 Recap Of The 1990s TV Draft: Seinfeld's Off The Board

Week 3 Recap Of The 1990s TV Draft: Seinfeld's Off The Board

For the full sha-bang of the 1990s TV Draft, listen to Episode 18Episode 19 & Episode 20 of The Keystone Cast.

Week 3 is in the books and all of the "Four Horsemen" of Seinfeld have now been selected. Who came out "Master Of Their Domain" this week? Is someone the CEO of Vandalay Industries? Did Zack rebound after his horrible Kel Mitchell pick? All lies below, but first, there was a bit of change to roster size after Episode 20. It was boosted up to one additional spot: instead of drafting just two SNL cast members, each team must draft at least one SNL cast member AND one In Living Color cast member with one additional spot to draft a second of either. That there makes 28 roster spots total. Just for consistency, the updated list of rules is below:


The Keystone Cast: “1990s TV Draft” Rules

Rule #1: 27 character roster must have:

  • 4 Sitcom Male Characters

  • 4 Sitcom Female Characters

  • 4 Drama Characters (Male or Female)

  • 4 Nickelodeon Characters (excluded from all other categories; can be Nicktoons, game show hosts, personalities, show characters)

  • 4 Cartoon Characters (Nicktoons do not count)

  • 4 On-Air Personalities (TV hosts, game show hosts, news anchors, sports announcers, pro wrestlers)

  • 3 SNL or In Living Color Cast Members (must have at least one from each)

  • 1 Utility Player (a character from one of the shows that was already drafted)

Rule #2:  A team can only draft one TV character from one show with the exception of the utility player (ex: if you draft Frasier from Frasier, you can't draft Niles)

Rule #3: Draft in whatever order you want as long as the roster spots are filled

Rule #4: Show must have had the majority of it’s run in those years.

Rule #5: No reality TV stars or hosts of a reality TV show (game shows not included)

Rule #6: Cartoon comedy duos (Nicktoons or other network) count as one pick (ex: Ren & Stimpy or Two Stupid Dogs)


"1990s TV DRAFT" ROUND 7 (EPISODE 20)

Pick #19: Will Ferrell

SNL or In Living Color Character (Marcus)

Pick #20: Dr. Douglas Ross

E.R. - Drama Character (Dominic)

Pick #21: Tim Taylor

Home Improvement - Sitcom Male (Zack)


"1990s TV DRAFT" ROUND 8 (EPISODE 20)

Pick #22: Elaine Benes

Seinfeld - Sitcom Female (Zack)

Pick #23: Jesse Katsopolis

Full House - Sitcom Male (Dominic)

Pick #24: Jean-Luc Picard

Star Trek: The Next Generation - Drama Character (Marcus)


"1990s TV DRAFT" ROUND 9 (EPISODE 20)

Pick #25: Andy Sipowicz

N.Y.P.D. Blue - Drama Character (Marcus)

Pick #26: George Costanza

Seinfeld - Sitcom Male (Dominic)

Pick #27: Arsenio Hall

The Arsenio Hall Show - T.V. Personality (Zack)


"1990s TV DRAFT" ROUND 10 (EPISODE 20)

Pick #28: Kevin Arnold

The Wonder Years - Drama Character (Zack)

Pick #29: Batman

Batman: The Animated Series - Cartoon Character (Dominic)

Pick #30: Cosmo Kramer

Seinfeld - Utility Player (Marcus)


That's it for week three. Hopefully you can read the teams below as I converted a PDF to an image (maybe click and save the image if you can't. Who are you? Hans Moleman?)

Who do you think is winning so far? Who is drafting the worst? Do you even give a solitary thought to this, people? Sound off in the comments or shoot us an email at thekeystonestatement@gmail.com.

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