From Soup Nazis to Nuts: 100 Best 'Seinfeld' Characters

Close talkers, braless wonders, library cops and bad tennis pros: we rank the most memorable members of the 'Seinfeld' universe

Bob Sacamano
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28. Bob Sacamano

Best-known episode: "The Heart Attack"
Entire lists could be written about Seinfeld's often-referred-to-but-completely-unseen characters, and none of them would be complete without Bob Sacamano. We first hear about him when Kramer describes a routine hernia surgery gone wrong that apparently left his buddy "sitting in a chair by the window" with a high, squeaky voice. From then on, Sacamano becomes a jack of all trades, having at various times manufactured defective condoms that nearly make George a father, sold Russian hats made out of nutria in Central Park and offered knock-off "Wizard" personal organizers that end up costing Kramer a condo board election. Apparently "Bob Sacamano" was the name of Seinfeld writer Larry Charles' real-life friend, though no word on whether the real-life Sacamano also had rabies. CADY DRELL 

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