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High my name is George, I'm unemployed and I live with my parents.

In Rememberance of James W. Brennan Sr. 1924-1982. Dad, thanks for everything you did for me.

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Vandelay!!! Vandelay industries!!!

He's in the export business, but now wants to get into the import business.
What does he export?
Potato chips.

In Rememberance of James W. Brennan Sr. 1924-1982. Dad, thanks for everything you did for me.

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Are you saying there is not one house for rent in Tuscany, not in all of Tuscany?


You a bad man, Jerry. Very bad man!!

In Rememberance of James W. Brennan Sr. 1924-1982. Dad, thanks for everything you did for me.

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Response to "I live with my parents" is "Hi, I'm Victoria"

He exports potato chips, and imports wooden matches (and that's worth a punch in the face).

It's the Maestro (Bob Cobb, but don't call him that) who tells Jerry there are no vacancies in Tuscany.

Nobody answered my trivia question, so: the first to walk out on Jerry was the Dockers Girl. When she found out that Jerry told both George and Kramer that she liked the Dockers commercial, she bolted. It was the beginning of an endless procession of bad relationships for Jerry.

edited to add- Jerry's best line to Babu Bhatt- Babu, I don't often do this, but could you take back the shrimp- it's a bit stringy.

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Okay. I was thinking the blonde girl panties episode. You win that one.


George's girlfriend's name from this episode;
'Were having some problems with Barry... Seems he's curtailed his autoerotic activities.'

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That's a tough one. I know she can't hear well in one ear, so George has to twice tell her he loves her. And Barry the monkey spits at Kramer. But I don't know her name. I think I could look it up, but that's cheating.

In what episode does George Stephanopoulous's (sp) wife appear in?

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Old 01-12-2007, 01:17 PM
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Sienna, George is dating a crayon.

I don't know the stephanopolis wife episode, but take a look at this old SNL clip.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-7410847819313895002&q=seinfeld

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Old 01-12-2007, 01:26 PM
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Thanks for that link. Actually, I've seen it several times before. I'm an SNL freak too. Anyway, George Steph. is married to Alexandra Wentworth, who was Schoompie in the Soup Nazi episode. She was also a regular on "In Living Color." And Sienna (sp), now I remember. That was a toughie.

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Ahh schmoopie sheila. She wasn't one of Jerry's typical hi-quality lookers. What was George's pet name for Susan?

5 cups chopped Porcine mushrooms,
1/2 cup of olive oil,
3 pounds celery.

Recipe for____________?


Seinfeld runs three times a night here, but the missus allows me to watch one episode only. Any more and she gets annoyed as I often speak the next lines.

I just hope the VBC membership can show more restraint.

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Yipes. These are getting tougher. I can picture George all over Susan at the coffee shop (I see you are both sitting on the same side, that seems a little odd) but what did he call her? And that recipe...hmmm, all I can picture is Newman smelling his soup and yelling:...mulligatawny!!

Elaine has a lot of soup experience, having fed her sick boyfriend yankee bean soup.

Seinfeld is on here three times a day in the early evening, and once late which I don't watch. My wife gave up on my TV addiction, so I have free rein (Simpsons and Curb Your Enthusiasm are other favorites).

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One last tidbit and I'm taking a break;

Remember George's girlfriend who looks exactly like Jerry, and George has all these issues to deal with? The actress is Tracy Nelson, daughter of Rick Nelson and granddaughter of Ozzie and Harriet.

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Posted By: Josh Adams

Steve,
That's my receipe for Wild mushroom!

I like the bizaro episode, when Kramer gets the job at Brandt and Leland.

The whole bit about Kramer going to work, and being the "corporate guy."

Kramer: C'mon buddy, you know this is my busy time of the year.
Jerry: It's your third day.


Also from that episode,
Jerry: Kramer, what's in the briefcase?

Kramer: ___________

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My lunch (or was it crackers?).

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Crackers!!

What do you do down there Kramer?
TCB. Yeah, takin' care of business.

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Old 01-13-2007, 03:56 AM
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*Kramer to Elaine, 'No no see, you two have got to work on trust... Then and only then, can there be a fair exchange of sex and discounts.'

Who was the dress Designer in this episode?

*Jiffy Park episode








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Completely stumped. Don't even recognize the line!

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Old 01-13-2007, 06:57 AM
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Posted By: Josh Adams

Was it Nicole Miller? When Kramer gets the Joseph coat, and at the end gets arrested and cries, "I'm not a pimp!"

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Josh you nailed it. don't leave us hangin though. post another

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Old 01-13-2007, 07:06 AM
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What was the name of the song Elaine guessed to win Mr. Pitt a spot in the Thanksgiving Parade holding Woody Woodpecker?

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Posted By: Tom Boblitt

LOVE Curb Your Enthusiasm.........
Took a couple years to really get into it but the last 3-4 season have really been superb. My favorite from last year was the Japanese Kamikaze episode.....now THAT was funny.....

There'll never be another Seinfeld.....the 'REALITY' tv show has de-throned the sitcom as the show of choice....

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Old 01-13-2007, 07:25 AM
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Next stop pottersville!.. good one.

That same episode, at the party. Who's teeth marks were in that pencil?

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Old 01-13-2007, 07:31 AM
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Posted By: barrysloate

It was Jon Voight's teethmarks.

Yes, I'm a Curb Your Enthusiasm junkie too. Watch tonight's episode, "The Wire", if you get HBO comedy. It is one of the best ones. And "Kamikaze Bingo" was funny, with Teriyaki Chicken Boy.

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Posted By: Chris Bland

The teeth marks belong to John Voight the dentist, not Jon Voight the actor, much to George's consternation...

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The missus likes CYE, too intellectual for my liking. Don't watch too much TV since the Sein-off. Though I'm getting to like The Office and Steve Carell's non-pc behavior. Dwight K Shrute may be my substitute Costanza.

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Steve,
Great way to describe Dwight. I don't think he really will quit for good, do you?

I'm a huge Curb fan as well, love the plot with the resturante, and the cook who was the "survivor."

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Yes, but Jon Voight the actor bit Kramer, so they had a fresh set of teethmarks for comparison purposes...I've always been amazed by the writing in the show, which of course was what made it so great. That someone could write a sitcom about teethmarks, and make it funny, is really an art. And nobody does it better than Larry David. I think he is simply the great genius comedy writer of alltime (the Babe Ruth of sitcoms).

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Posted By: Chris Bland

Yep you are right Barry - Jon Voight did leave bite marks in Kramer, but technically, the bite marks in the pencil belonged to John Voight the dentist. Jerry discovered the pencil and pointed out the true previous owner of the car to George upon discovering the chewed on pencil in the glove compartment.

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Posted By: peter ullman

Kramer walks in to Jerry's apt in his typical manner and says, "Hey Jerry, check out this e90-1 Peaches Graham card I just found in the trash."

Cheesh guys, I love seinfeld as well, but you guys should be comitted!

pete in mn

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Posted By: barrysloate

Peter- that's the most intelligent thing anyone has said on this thread.

What movie did Elaine want to see instead of "The English Patient"?

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Sack Lunch!!



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Good one, Josh. The four of them always went to see the worst movies- "Ponce de Leon", "Prognosis Negative", and that granddaddy of them all- "Rochelle, Rochelle" (a young girl's journey from Milan to Minsk), later made into a Broadway musical, god only knows why, starring Bette Midler.

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Posted By: Josh Adams

Let us not forget Chunnel!

"well you've made a long journy from Milan to Minsk, Rochelle, Rochelle...."

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Peter, that Graham isn't considered trash if it's above the rim.

We should try to stay on topic. There is a display of old cards including Goudey's and T205's just outside the door of George's office of the Evil Empire.


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Posted By: Chris Bland

Also cant forget "Death Blow" where Jerry had to take over filming duties for Kramer's sick friend...

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After "Death Blow", Jerry was given a second project of "Cry, Cry, Again." After Elaine erased some of it when she recorded her spastic dance, Jerry responded "First you cry, and then when you look at the tape, you cry again."

To get back on topic, name all the major leaguers who appeared on the show. I can think of five players plus one manager.

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A; jeter, b. williams, tartabull, hernandez, mcdowell, buck Showalter

How do they make that alcoholic chicken anyway?

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Paul O'Neill was on, and I forgot about McDowell.

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there must have been a second spitter out by the _______ _______.??

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Grassy knoll? I forget the term. But there was even a guy with a movie camera a la Abraham Zapruder... That was one magic loogie!

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Gravely Road!

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That's it. Best line from Newman: "I despise Keith Hernandez."

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Posted By: Josh Adams

Ok, here's one.

What type of tennis raquet does Elaine loan to the executive at the publishing company in order to play against Ethel Kennedy?

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Is it a Breulein, or something to that effect? She eventually borrows Newman's racquet (who doesn't look to be very athletic).

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Okay- they are a little tougher now:

There is a scene where Jerry and Elaine are in a video store trying to pick out a birthday gift for Elaine's friend (Oppenheimer, Bennett, Taft, something) and they decide perhaps on an adult video. What is the significance of that scene?

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Posted By: steve f

Elaine establishes the fact that she and Jerry were once a couple?

Vanessa, very nice. Man, he sure scored some lookers.

Simon, Bennet, Robbins, Oppenheimer, Taft. Simon, Bennet, Robbins, Oppenheimer, Taft.
Simon, Bennet, Robbins, Oppenheimer Taft.



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Posted By: barrysloate

Sort of. It marked the debut of Julia Louis Dreyfus as Elaine Benes. It was her first appearance on the show, in Episode 2, "The Stakeout".

What are Elaine and George's middle names, and what is the significance of George's?

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marie, Louis!

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Posted By: Josh Adams

George's middle name is Louis.


GLC= his initials for the frogger machine high score.

Barry, good call on the Brueline.

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Posted By: barrysloate

Well done! The Louis was Jerry's tribute to Lou Costello, his comic idol. In fact, if you remember the old Abbott and Costello show, where they never worked and lived in a rooming house with Stinky, Hillary Brooke, and Mike the Cop, that show was the model Seinfeld used to develop his show. A & C's landlord was Sidney Fields, who they always owed back rent to; when Jerry, George, and Elaine volunteer to help old people, Jerry's client is Sid Fields, another tribute to the show. If you remember the Stinky character he was fat and evil; well, so is Newman. Seinfeld has spoken often about how that show helped influence his with its timeless humor.

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Oh, you got a big problem Barry... 'I never met a man that knows so much about nothing.'

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