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We’ve learned a lot from Seinfeld, but somehow Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer have managed to keep one secret from us for all these years. Until now.

In fact, this is a biggie as far as secrets go. Maybe you had your suspicions and didn’t tell anyone. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.) But we would’ve liked to know. So, you can stuff your sorries in a sack for not sharing this vital piece of information with the Seinfeld-loving public.

Writer Spike Feresten spoke to The Huffington Post about “The Chinese Restaurant” (Season 2, Episode 6) and revealed that the famous line “Who’s Cartwright?” wasn’t just some random thing.

Because, let’s be serious: Anyone and everyone knows “Costanza” sounds absolutely nothing like “Cartwright.” But “Costanza” does sound like “Bonanza” and, well, you following us so far?

Apparently, Bonanza = Cartwright!

So, if you were savvy enough to equate George Costanza to the classic Western and the family it follows, bravo you. Your theory has just been proven and now you can celebrate.

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