The "Seinfeld" Club

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  1. user92626

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    What about the model sitting in the first class with Jerry?

    The girl who does everything naked is, too.

    I like the "Chinese" Chang girl. She looks like Bridget Fonda!
     
  2. Azzurri

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    I still don't think Kramer knows what a write off is.
     
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    "No, I don't." "But they do. And they're the ones writing it off."
     
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    Kramer: Jerry, George got arrested.
    Jerry: What?
    Kramer: Yeah. He went down at the Beekman, he tried to lam, but they cheesed him.
    Jerry: Oh now I see.
     
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    Jerry: You can't buy half a can of soda.
    Kramer: Well, why not.
    Jerry: Well, I don't wanna get into the whole physics of carbonation with you here, but you know the sound a can makes when you open it?
    Kramer: Yeah.
    Jerry: That is the sound of you buying a whole can. And the same goes for this, okay...
    (Jerry holds up an apple, from which has been taken one large bite.)
     
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    Also love Mr. and Mrs. Costanza's accents. When they yell-reminds me of my late grandparents.

    The episode where George is trying to teach New York Yankees Bernie Williams and Derek Jeter (?) how to improve their batting, and one of them says "aren't you the guy who put us up in the Ramada in Milwaukee?"-LOL
     
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    Seinfeld is definitely the best show of all time. Seen every episode so many times. For side characters, loved the library cop, love Kenny Banja "Gold Jerry Gold" LOLLLLL.

    I liked Elaine much better in the earlier years. George too, at the end he just started getting too many hot women and was just not as pathetic anymore.

    Frank Costanza was genius, "Who does the Rooster have sex with??"
     
  8. Azzurri

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    Yes, pathetic loser George was awesome. The "opposite" George is perfection.
     
  9. Azzurri

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    He has sex with all of them...hysterical.
     
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    I agree it's the best show, but tied with Monty Python.

    Among my favourites: the antidentite episode (yada yada) the one were Kramer and Newman are traveling to Michigan for deposit money on bottles, George in the wheelchair, the Soup ****, The old guy in Florida who hurt his back weightlifting and later became Jerry's personal fitness coach. 'I'm taking it up a notch'.
    And many more.
     
  11. Azzurri

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    It just hit me...Dr. Wattley is Walter White...yes?
     
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    Yes, Bryan Cranston. And he is an anti-dentite accuser and a re-gifter. :)

    Was also the annoying neighbor on King of Queens and Ted's boss on How I Met Your Mother.

    "The old guy in Florida who hurt his back weightlifting and later became Jerry's personal fitness coach."

    I want to say Izzy Mendlebaum (played by Lloyd Bridges). It's GO TIME !!!
     
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    Sweet Fancy Moses!
     
  14. sphinx780

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    Mendlebaum Mendlebaum Mendlebaum
     
  15. Azzurri

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    Re-gifter? It's rare I don't recall a Seinfeld situation. I remember the term, but forget what he re-gifted.
     
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    A label maker.
     
  17. Azzurri

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    Oh...lol. That's right. Forgot about that.
     
  18. Overdrive

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    Seinfeld's on right now.

    Crazy Joe Dovola! ;)
     
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    Art Vandelay!
     
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    Importer/Exporter or Architect?
     
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    Library Cop. HAHAHAHAH oh that episode kills me everytime.
     
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    "You're not giving away our waterpik!"
     
  23. Azzurri

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    What did he import and what did he export?
     
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    Wasn't it sknething bizzare like match books? Lol
     
  25. Azzurri

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    I don't recall which. I believe chips and those match sticks...anyone know?
     
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    What happened was Susan caught George in a lie. Elaine told Susan Art Vandelay imports potato chips and exports diapers. Then George told Susan that Art imports long matches. So Susan
    cold-cocked him.
     
  27. Azzurri

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    Ha ha...that's right. Elaine got involved in his crazy lies. Poor Susan, she died because of George's cheapness.
     
  28. Overdrive

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    Not exactly. The people who worked at that store should have trashed those old envelopes. George should have sued that place for wrongful death and emotional distress (even though he barely displayed any emotion when she died).. Also, I didn't get the dark humor either. The situation becomes awkward and melancholy after the episode ends..

    No one ever brings it up either.. I guess Seinfeld, Larry David, and the other writers just forgot about it..
     
  29. sphinx780

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    They do bring up her death again in multiple references but I would have to really search to remind myself. The season ender the year after ended up in the hospital with the same doctor and some one muttering...this seems oddly familiar.
     
  30. Overdrive

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    Yeah, they did. Episodes such as "The Foundation" were examples. Remember? The Van Buren Boys? Flash the sign- the number that assigns him as the 8th president :lol:

    I meant how George is blamed for Susan's death when it really wasn't his fault..
     
  31. sphinx780

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    Ah, got it. I am pretty sure all references were assuming George as the guilty party.
     
  32. Overdrive

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    Yeah, his soon-to-be parents-in-law hated him because of it. Oh wait, they 'disliked' him. I guess that was an understatement.. I think they attended the trial on the series finale.

    Too bad it wasn't a three-part finale. I they edited the segment where the 'victims' testified. Remember, they brought the characters from the most famous episodes such as the Soup N*zi.

    On another note, the complete series is out on DVD. It would be an awesome gift to any Seinfeld fan. :)
     
  33. Azzurri

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    Amazing how I can visualize and hear george's voice for that scene. One of the best.
     
  34. Azzurri

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    Lol..jerry could barely contain himself. It was easy to see how often he held in a laugh.
     
  35. Azzurri

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    It didn't have something to do with being cheap?
     
  36. Overdrive

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    It did. However, the people who worked at the store knew that those envelopes had dangerous chemicals. They still it to him anyway..

    One thing that puzzled me was why didn't Susan buy some adhesive glue and pasted it on the envelopes instead of licking dozens of them? This was out of character because she was pretty bright..

    I personally think that the writers ran out of ideas for the character, and they killed her off because the show would be over if George got married.
     
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    ...as I rained blows upon him, I thought to myself, 'There must be a better way.'


    Happy Festivus everyone!
     
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    Happy Festivus!
     
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    I got to page 3. I don't have time to read all pages now… plus drinking way too much wine! Great thread. Love Seinfeld. Someone posted about the episode where George says, "Its not a lie, if you believe it." Classic!!

    The episode where George runs over kids and the old lady when he thought there was a fire at the party… Love it.

    I just watched one where Jerry says, "Moses smell the roses". lol
     
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    Someone should have replied: "It's a deception". All three characters do some of the most bone-headed things.. eating an Eclair from the trash? Gross! D:
     
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    It's all the character's facial expressions that kill me. Jerry's look of WTF as George or Kramer deliver just idiotic statements some times.

    The Eclair…. something about "it was still in the cylinder or something."
     
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    How about the "marble rye" episode…. Rusty the horse. Beefarino!
     
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    Love the episode when George quits his job and decides to go back the next day pretending that he was joking.
    It was based on when Larry David quit SNL because they heavily edited his skit. Larry went back to work the next day and nobody said anything.
     
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    TIMMY: Did...did you just double-dip that chip?
     
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    ^ You know that is wrong, right?
     
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    I find your belief system fascinating.
     
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    GUYS, I have to know..

    can you pull in forward or must one back in to a spot??????



    :razz:
     
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    ELAINE: Well, uh, I'd watch the third base coach if I were you 'cause I don't think he's waving you in.
     
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    That Kenny Bania..

    I wonder why the writers never explained the rivalry between Newman and Seinfeld. I guess if they did explain it, it wouldn't be as humorous? Eh, I'm not sure. They could've done an 'origin' story where Jerry explains it to someone (a girlfriend or something)..
     

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