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If you've always thought the show that claimed to be about nothing actually had a deeper meaning, then get to Astoria this Wednesday.

Writer and bioethicist Elizabeth Yuko has previously taken on reality TV and “Golden Girls” as part of her “Let’s Get Ethical!” pop culture discussion series. On Aug. 10, appropriately at Q.E.D., Yuko will gaze into the hearts of Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer in “Seinfeldian Ethics: Learning Something from the Show about Nothing.” The way she sees it, the show had plenty to say over the course of its nine seasons about issues as weighty as reproductive rights and bodily autonomy — though, don’t all New Yorkers basically have an honorary degree in that?

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After she makes her case with a multimedia presentation, a panel of experts including Josh Gondelman, who runs the Modern Seinfeld Twitter account and “Seinfeldia” author Jennifer Armstrong will also weigh in. Get ready to learn something about nothing beginning at 7:30 p.m.; tickets are $6.

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