When Jerry and the gang sat down to watch TV on Seinfeld (a tricky proposition, as that couch could never sit all four of the main cast), we all knew there was a wall behind the unseen television set, correct?
Here's something that makes us redefine the phrase "television set" altogether, and it's just one of a series. Behold, the plans for Jerry's modest but well-used Upper West Side apartment from Seinfeld.
The sketch is by a Spanish artist Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde, who goes by the nickname Nikneuk, and who specializes in taking the homes shown on television shows and movies (from I Love Lucy to Up to the Big Bang Theory.)
One of his popular pieces is a creation of the neighbouring apartments on Friends, which fuels the debate on how, exactly, Monica and Rachel were able to afford a spread like that in the West Village on the salaries of a starting (and sometimes unemployed) cook and a coffee shop employee. Ah, television!