BEVERLY HILLS, CA - MARCH 04:  Actor Michael Richards attends the Inaugural Los Angeles Fatherhood Lunch to Benefit Baby Buggy hosted by Jerry Seinfeld at The Palm Restaurant on March 4, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Baby Buggy)
TV - Movies
Seinfeld Fans
Agree On The
Show's Most
Moral Character
Measuring the amount of moral fiber that the characters from our favorite shows possess has been a topic that has dominated subreddits and various other internet forums since the dawn of the world wide web. A recent subreddit fan poll for the character with the most moral on the iconic sitcom "Seinfield" produced a surprising winner.
Out of nearly 900 votes cast on Reddit for the most moral Seinfeld character, the winner goes to none other than Cosmo Kramer. At first, you might be asking yourself how so many people could elevate Kramer to this status, but when you analyze the way he responds to certain events, you'll come to understand that his reactions come from a moral compass that is pointing straight ahead.
Kramer stands out compared to the other selfish and almost sociopathic characters in "Seinfield." He attracts the friendship of a variety of characters, and whether it's his friends' parents or the misunderstood restauranter known as "The Soup Nazi," he has a way of forging relationships with many folks that others might cast aside.