Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by Azzurri, Jul 25, 2009.
Man, you are the Whiz! and nooooooooooooooooooobody beats him
lol. i liked that one.
LOL. Classic episode. Remember this scene?
I wish they included more of Banya and Babu..."bery bery bad..."
Remember Crazy Joe Divola?
Tim Watley was okay. He wasn't as funny a personality as the others.
Yes, it's when Jerry dates that adorable, perfect girl that apparently has no friends, never gets phone calls, and every one of Jerry's friends and family seems to think is a complete loser. Yet she's really just perfect.
They were at Monk's when George said that to Jerry. Not the Bizzaro episode. I didn't like that one all that much.
and Kramer was not allowed to tell his stories after he sold them to Peterman...great stuff.
Ya, he invites his friends to the bar on the occasion of his 'financial upturn' but he is stopped midway through his pants story since it was peterman who sat in mud, not kramer.
i think that girl is christine taylor, ben stiller's wife. she is also in curb your enthusiasm.
banya = soup obsession
babu goes from saying jerry is a very kind man to shaking his finger at him and calling him a very very bad man (for asking him to setup the paki restaurant and not giving him his immigration papers on time).
crazy joe davola was great in the opera episode. they show his wall which is full of voyeuristic images of elaine, including one in the shower!
"Are you still afraid of clowns?"
Ok, another trivia question: Who was Harry Fong?
"Could you keep it down to a low roar? Some of us have to work in the morning" -Kramer
"She had man hands............"
Bizarro World episode now playin, classic!
Yeeeeeeeeeees! I had a little trouble with this one, but got it: It was Georges "old friend" who he sells his opera ticket to, outside the Pagliacci, right?????
finally got one right (i think)
yup, and if i remember right harry was a friend from high school..
how much was george trying to sell his tickets for? how much was harry trying to buy them for?
Yup. But not necessarily an old friend. He never said that. He just told Susan: "Who, that? That was... Harry... Fong. Yeah, Harry's a big opera buff...... Enjoy the show Harry!"
I'm going from memory, but I think he sold the tickets for $150, which was way lower than Kramer could have gotten for them earlier.
I agree. I think George was trying to get $300 and ended up with $150.
Seinfeld is awesome. Got first 7 seasons on DVD, they never ever get old. I've rewatched episodes multiple times and always end up laughing or being amused.
I should stop reading this thread at work. I'm so close to cracking up.
probably the greatest ending to an episode was done by accident. one of the earlier ones where they were stuck in the mall parking lot looking for kramer's car the whole episode........after spending the whole episode looking for it and finding it, the car won't start. lol...if you watched the extras on dvd you'll know that wasn't actually planned, but just happened by accident...it's a great comedic twist at the end of the episode...even better than if it were to start. the bloopers show it in length and everyone's cracking up inside the car..
another one of those seinfeld created terms: anti-dentite
Someone took the time to make up a Seinfeld dictionary:
Yes, that's definitely one of the most fortuitous endings ever.
However, the episode where George was going to have Jerry answer his phone "Vandelay Industries" (a latex manufacturer) while he was in the bathroom was classic. He came running out with his pants around his ankles and tripped, ended up lying on the floor.
Jerry comes in and says, "And you want to be my latex salesman!?"
Ok, who can tell me who Bobby Colby is?
That was a great one as well...and another improv moment. That line wasn't originally in the script.
Another ending that follows the same kind of humor is the one in the chinese restaurant where they're waiting for a table the whole episode and when they finally leave, the entrance server guy says "Seinfeld, 4!"
A very useful thing I learned from George: "Jerry, just remember, it's not a lie if you believe it." Gold, Jerry, Gold.
How many of you are also fun of Curb? That's show it's pretty, pretty, pretty good.
Haha such an obscure reference..luckily I saw that episode recently or I would have no idea. All he wanted to do was go home..at least he got to :lol:
^^ Curb is awesome, I laughed during "The Doll" more than maybe anything I've ever seen on television - great show and in the next season all the Seinfeld main characters will be making appearances together apparently.
The last season was the best thanks to the Leon character. How about Leon asking Larry to get into the a***ole and spray paint his name there!
he went home all right-with a crater in his colon the size of a cutlet.
Haven't seen the Doll... I've started watching from the fourth season... I've got a lot of catching up to do!
Another favorite episode of mine is "the bro" or "manssiere"
kramer referring to frank costanza's moobs, "these were real hooters"
The essence of Seinfeld:
I have the "Kramer" in a frame. When people see it, they just stare at it.
I had that poster in on one of the walls in my office. It was replaced by a Fed. poster.
What is Jerry's cousin Jeffery's favorite animal, and Why?
I've had to goggle it so I don't think my answer would be valid :?
Poll: Who's the hottest girl in Seinfeld? My vote goes for "Sidra" "they're real, and they're spectacular!"
Giraffes for the long necks? Can't remember if that's from this show or something else..
I liked seasons 2 and 3 the best, too many classic episodes there to let any other season top them. Leon was a great character though, it must be impossible to do scenes with him without losing it every once in a while - his facial expressions put it over the top.
1.) Journalist who wrote about Jerry and George being gay, don't remember her name.
3.) Model from the airplane who broke up because of the nose pick
4.) Rachel (made out during Schindler's List)
Because he likes the spots.
You must have forgotten Tawny Kitaen. She was a wanna-be actress and kept making Jerry read lines with her. But the sex was unbelievable. (I can't remember her Seinfeld character name, shame on me.) That was the episode where his brain and his penis were having a chess match.
Second best had to be the blonde model (again, I forget her name) that Jerry met up with at the airport at the end of the show where he got kicked off the plane because he was bothering the pilot. That was the episode where Jerry kept getting bumped from his set at his old high school and his manager booked him for an entire 2-hour assembly.
I think you're right with #3, the model who broke up with him because of "The Pick."
Here's a trivia question: Who had a "Jesus Fish" on their car? And what happened to it?
Puddy. This was in the 'burning'. elaine took it. she also reprogrammed his stations. they also go to a priest who tells them that they're both going to hell for pre-marital affairs.
I also liked one of the first girls who appeared on the show - Marlene who spoke with a southern accent and dated george first.
beat me to it
Trivia Question....(i think this will be easy)
What word does George think is "really not that bad of a word?"
Nice one! I agree, she was hot. But I couldn't tell if her accent was fake or not.
"I saw your act. To be honest, it just didn't do it for me. Jerry, I can't be with someone if I don't respect what they do."
"But you're a cashier!"
Yup. The episode offered some good one-liners, such as:
"Don't boss me! See, this is why you're going to hell!"
"Ahh, relax. It'll only FEEL like an eternity."
What kind of women's frames did George buy from the optical store?
frames for old ladies who play canasta, is that right?
Alrite, I got one:
Seinfeld Trivia: Who is Eddie Sherman?
i mean that actual brand of the glasses.
^of course! now I got it: Gloria Vandervilt!
Separate names with a comma.