In business, politics and even sports, some people will go to great lengths to gain an advantage. Any advantage.
Even taking part in dirty little tricks. At least that's what one New York star athlete found out this week.
A Fox affiliate in Green Bay, Wis., home to the Green Bay Packers, has said "No Seinfeld for you" to New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who is a big fan of the show. He's in football-crazy, cheese-head Wisconsin, preparing for the NFC championship game against the Packers Sunday night and a chance to make it to the Super Bowl.
In a video on the affiliate's Web site, General Manager Jay Zollar points at the camera and says, "Eli, no Seinfeld for you!"
The station pulled its regularly scheduled 5:30 p.m. Saturday rerun of the syndicated comedy in an effort to throw off Manning's preparation for the big game.