In order to promote the fact it is now streaming all nine seasons of Seinfeld, Hulu has created a pop up exhibit at Milk Studios in the Meatpacking District, complete with a meticulous replica of Jerry's apartment. Standing inside the apartment probably felt a little different for us than it did for Jerry, since it was better lit, there was no ceiling, the side where there would have been cameras was a big street window, and it was filled with people asking questions to the man who played the Soup Nazi, but all that aside it was really very cool. If you want to feel what it's like to stand in the apartment yourself, check out this 360 degree virtual tour (or just head over to the exhibit yourself—it's open through Sunday).
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