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Seinfeld: The Meanest Main Characters, Ranked

While Jerry’s mother Helen cares a lot about Jerry and shows him a lot of kindness, asking him “How can anyone not like you?” she tends to be harsh toward people who she isn’t very close with.

Helen doesn’t like spending time with George’s parents, for example, and will go out of her way to pretend that she’s busy so she doesn’t have to see them. In the season 7 episode “The Shower Head,” George wants his mom and dad to live at Del Boca Vista since Jerry’s parents have a condo there, and Helen doesn’t like that idea at all, which seems mean.

9 Jerry Seinfeld

Overall, Jerry is a somewhat kind person, even if he doesn’t always show it. Sometimes Jerry is his own worst enemy, particularly in his love life. While Jerry judges the people who he dates and can be harsh about their appearance or other qualities, he doesn’t say these things to their faces.

Jerry does like to be there for his friends, but he often complains about having to do nice things for other people, like when he hates buying Bania a meal in season 6.

8 George Costanza

George says many insults on Seinfeld and he often wonders if there was a better way that he could have said something. But even though George is self-centered and doesn’t take other people’s considerations into account, he doesn’t seem as mean as some other characters on the show.

George’s worst offence is acting totally callous when Susan passes away since he wasn’t sure that he wanted to get married. This stems from George’s fear of commitment and inability to be mature and grow up.

7 Morty Seinfeld

Morty’s harshest scene is in “The Shower Head” when he gets so upset at the idea of Estelle and Frank moving into his condo complex that he pretends that there is no unit that is free. While he has a right not to want to spend time with people who he doesn’t particularly like, this lie takes things a bit too far.

Although Morty can think about himself over other people, and he often thinks that others are out to get him, like in the season 4 episode “The Wallet” when he believes a doctor stole his wallet, he keeps to himself a bit more than the other main characters.

6 Elaine Benes

Fans love Elaine’s smart Seinfeld quotes and this beloved character is often harsh without trying to be. Elaine lives her life the way that she would like to and she can sometimes be too honest, as she doesn’t spare people’s feelings.

In the season five episode “The Stall,” Elaine loves her new boyfriend Tony the “mimbo” but when he hurts himself rock climbing and she can’t see his beautiful face, she doesn’t want to keep dating him. Elaine’s lack of compassion can make her seem like a cruel character at times.

5 Estelle Costanza

Estelle is often screaming and upset about something, even small annoyances that don’t seem to matter much, and Estelle becomes very upset when George moves back home.

While it makes sense that Estelle wouldn’t want her adult child living at home again, Estelle’s delivery can be harsh, and she never gives George advice or tries to help him find his way in life.

4 Kramer

Kramer’s unbelievable Seinfeld storylines range from silly to completely over the top, and there are times when he seems kind and caring. But most of the time, Kramer is hyper-focused on doing what he wants and finding his own happiness.

In the season 7 episode “The Engagement,” Kramer and Newman take the dog who has been keeping Elaine up, which is a horrible thing to do. While it makes sense that Elaine is upset about the noise, the fact that Kramer goes along with this idea speaks to how mean he can be.

3 Frank Costanza

While Seinfeld fans love Frank’s holiday Festivus, which he helps everyone celebrate in the season 9 episode “The Strike,” the idea behind the holiday is definitely miles away from the typically sweet and giving spirit of the holiday season.

Because Frank wants a day where he can “air his grievances” and talk about how people have annoyed him, he comes off as a fairly mean character. Frank also yells at his son and wife quite often, as he lets his emotions get the best of him.

2 Susan Ross

There are pros and cons to Susan and George’s Seinfeld engagement, and for many fans, Susan never matches George’s vibrant and fun personality. Susan is not very chatty or interested in getting to know other people or curious about the world around her.

When compared to the other characters, who crack jokes and do smile often, Susan is a humorless and serious person who fans never really connected with. She has an overall air of meanness.

1 Newman

Newman’s decision to steal a dog who is barking so much that Elaine can’t sleep is definitely one of his worst actions. Overall, Kramer is a hilarious character who is a memorable part of the show, but he’s also the meanest one.

Kramer likes plotting and planning and he doesn’t think about how these ideas will affect other people or what the consequences will be. Most of all, Newman’s intense dislike of Jerry makes him seem very cold, as he often insults him and makes over-the-top speeches about getting revenge.


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Seinfeld: The Meanest Main Characters, Ranked

While Jerry’s mother Helen cares a lot about Jerry and shows him a lot of kindness, asking him “How can anyone not like you?” she tends to be harsh toward people who she isn’t very close with.
Helen doesn’t like spending time with George’s parents, for example, and will go out of her way to pretend that she’s busy so she doesn’t have to see them. In the season 7 episode “The Shower Head,” George wants his mom and dad to live at Del Boca Vista since Jerry’s parents have a condo there, and Helen doesn’t like that idea at all, which seems mean.

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9 Jerry Seinfeld

Overall, Jerry is a somewhat kind person, even if he doesn’t always show it. Sometimes Jerry is his own worst enemy, particularly in his love life. While Jerry judges the people who he dates and can be harsh about their appearance or other qualities, he doesn’t say these things to their faces.
Jerry does like to be there for his friends, but he often complains about having to do nice things for other people, like when he hates buying Bania a meal in season 6.
8 George Costanza

George says many insults on Seinfeld and he often wonders if there was a better way that he could have said something. But even though George is self-centered and doesn’t take other people’s considerations into account, he doesn’t seem as mean as some other characters on the show.
George’s worst offence is acting totally callous when Susan passes away since he wasn’t sure that he wanted to get married. This stems from George’s fear of commitment and inability to be mature and grow up.

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7 Morty Seinfeld

Morty’s harshest scene is in “The Shower Head” when he gets so upset at the idea of Estelle and Frank moving into his condo complex that he pretends that there is no unit that is free. While he has a right not to want to spend time with people who he doesn’t particularly like, this lie takes things a bit too far.
Although Morty can think about himself over other people, and he often thinks that others are out to get him, like in the season 4 episode “The Wallet” when he believes a doctor stole his wallet, he keeps to himself a bit more than the other main characters.
6 Elaine Benes

Fans love Elaine’s smart Seinfeld quotes and this beloved character is often harsh without trying to be. Elaine lives her life the way that she would like to and she can sometimes be too honest, as she doesn’t spare people’s feelings.
In the season five episode “The Stall,” Elaine loves her new boyfriend Tony the “mimbo” but when he hurts himself rock climbing and she can’t see his beautiful face, she doesn’t want to keep dating him. Elaine’s lack of compassion can make her seem like a cruel character at times.

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5 Estelle Costanza

Estelle is often screaming and upset about something, even small annoyances that don’t seem to matter much, and Estelle becomes very upset when George moves back home.
While it makes sense that Estelle wouldn’t want her adult child living at home again, Estelle’s delivery can be harsh, and she never gives George advice or tries to help him find his way in life.
4 Kramer

Kramer’s unbelievable Seinfeld storylines range from silly to completely over the top, and there are times when he seems kind and caring. But most of the time, Kramer is hyper-focused on doing what he wants and finding his own happiness.
In the season 7 episode “The Engagement,” Kramer and Newman take the dog who has been keeping Elaine up, which is a horrible thing to do. While it makes sense that Elaine is upset about the noise, the fact that Kramer goes along with this idea speaks to how mean he can be.

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3 Frank Costanza

While Seinfeld fans love Frank’s holiday Festivus, which he helps everyone celebrate in the season 9 episode “The Strike,” the idea behind the holiday is definitely miles away from the typically sweet and giving spirit of the holiday season.
Because Frank wants a day where he can “air his grievances” and talk about how people have annoyed him, he comes off as a fairly mean character. Frank also yells at his son and wife quite often, as he lets his emotions get the best of him.
2 Susan Ross

There are pros and cons to Susan and George’s Seinfeld engagement, and for many fans, Susan never matches George’s vibrant and fun personality. Susan is not very chatty or interested in getting to know other people or curious about the world around her.
When compared to the other characters, who crack jokes and do smile often, Susan is a humorless and serious person who fans never really connected with. She has an overall air of meanness.

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1 Newman

Newman’s decision to steal a dog who is barking so much that Elaine can’t sleep is definitely one of his worst actions. Overall, Kramer is a hilarious character who is a memorable part of the show, but he’s also the meanest one.
Kramer likes plotting and planning and he doesn’t think about how these ideas will affect other people or what the consequences will be. Most of all, Newman’s intense dislike of Jerry makes him seem very cold, as he often insults him and makes over-the-top speeches about getting revenge.
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