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Seinfeld's Theme Song

It's only fitting that Seinfeld — the show about nothing — had a theme song that was basically nothing. Composer Jonathan Wolff, who has written theme songs for over 44 shows, not only created the theme, but played slight variations thereof for every episode to match the flow of Jerry's opening monologue. Wolff describes his process for creating the iconic music, and how it almost didn't make it into the show.

  • How the NES Zapper Works

    We all want to believe in magic. But like so many things from our childhood, there are concrete explanations of how the things that used to mystify us work. A prime example is the Nintendo Light Gun. The 8-Bit Guy explains how the closely related NES zapper and lesser-known Commodore 64 Light Pen use relatively simple electronics to perform functions that were ahead of their time.

  • Bright Lights

    Within a day of her passing, Carrie Fisher's mother, actress and icon Debbie Reynolds, passed away. The two were all but inseparable, and had two lifetimes of living in the Hollywood spotlight between them — along with the highs and lows that came with it. An intimate portrait that captures a rare bond between mother and daughter, Bright Lights premieres January 7, 2017 on HBO.

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