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October 21, 2001
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This Week On Seinfeld
Oct 21 Sunday - The Fix-Up
Oct 22 Monday - The Limo
Oct 22 Monday - The Invitations
Oct 23 Tuesday - The Good Samaritan
Oct 23 Tuesday - The Foundation
Oct 24 Wednesday - The Letter
Oct 24 Wednesday - The Package
Oct 25 Thursday - The Keys
Oct 25 Thursday - The Fatigues
Oct 26 Friday - The Parking Space
Oct 26 Friday - The Checks
Oct 27 Saturday - The Trip, Part 1
Oct 28 Sunday - The Trip, Conclusion
Oct 29 Monday - The Pitch (Part 1 of 2)
Oct 29 Monday - The Chicken Roaster
Oct 30 Tuesday - The Ticket (Part 2 of 2)
Oct 30 Tuesday - The Abstinence
Oct 31 Wednesday - The Wallet
Oct 31 Wednesday - The Andrea Doria
Nov 1 Thursday - The Watch
Nov 1 Thursday - The Little Jerry
Nov 2 Friday - The Bubble Boy
Nov 2 Friday - The Comeback
Go here to find scripts for these episodes:
Thanks to Ian's Seinfeld Scripts
NewsGuys Seinfeld Lists
Pick Of The Week
Thursday October 25
Kramer invades Jerry's life too much, so Jerry revokes his spare key privileges. Realizing that he has broken the " covenant of the keys" gives Kramer the realization he is now free to come out of the shadows. Kramer takes off for California to follow his acting dream. Jerry gave his spare keys to Elaine, then when he needs them, he goes with George to Elaine's (who has her keys) to search for his spare set. What they find is Elaine's show-biz project. Kramer finds adventure as he journeys across the country to LA where he gets a famous bit part on Murphy Brown.
Sound Of The Week
Well everybody, no real news to talk about this week. I have heard that Jerry is producing some skits to air in the VH1 broadcast of the New York Releif concert. Anyway, here is this weeks sound of the week. As Jerry would say, look to the cookie, look to the cookie. Well there you go Seinfeld fans! Have a great week!
What sound would you like to see featured?
E-mail me and I'll try my best!
The Top Ten Most Embarrassing Moments
10) KRAMER - "The Strike" - Kramer on strike. Kramer worked?!
Kramer: Great news! Yeah, the strike has been settled. I'm going back to work.
Jerry: What strike?
Kramer: Yeah, H&H Bagels. That's where I worked.
Kramer: Yeah. Look, see. I still have my business card. Yeah, we've been on strike for 12 years.
Elaine: Oh, I remember seeing those guys picketing out there, but I haven't seen them in a long time.
Kramer: Yeah, well, H&H wouldn't let us use their bathroom while we were picketing. It put a cramp on our solidarity.
Elaine: What were your demands?
Kramer: Yeah, 5.35 an hour. And that's what they're paying now.
Elaine: I believe that's the new minimum wage.
Kramer: Now you know who to thank for that!.. Alright, I've got to go.
Jerry: Why didn't you ever mention this?
Kramer: Jerry, I didn't want you to know I was out of work. It's embarrassing!
9) JERRY - "The Truth" - Jerry getting audited on a first date.
Kramer: I'm sorry. I thought it was a legitimate charity. I didn't know you'd get audited.
Jerry: I don't blame you. I blame myself.
Kramer: No, blame me.
Jerry: OK, I blame you.
Kramer: Don't blame me.
Jerry: What was I supposed to do? You knew I was on my first date with Elaine. You come barging in here asking me to contribute money for a volcano relief fund for krakatoa.
Kramer: It was supposed to erupt.
Jerry: I find the whole thing very embarrassing.
Kramer: You know what my feelings are about this. I don't even pay taxes.
Jerry: Yeah, that's easy when you have no income.
8) JERRY - "The Beard" - Jerry's little secret that he watches Melrose Place.
Elaine: Melrose Place?
Jerry: Yes. Melrose Place.
Elaine: I just didn't know you watched that.
Jerry: Well I do.
Elaine: I mean every time I mention it you never say anything or join in the conversation.
Jerry: Well maybe I was a little embarrassed.
Elaine: You mean this whole time we could have been discussing Sydney and Michael and Jane...
Jerry: And Billy and Jake and Allison, yes we could have discussed it.
Elaine: Why? Why were you so embarrassed?
Jerry: The point is I'm going to be taking this lie detector test and that needle's going to be going wild.
Elaine: That is so stupid. Why don't you just confess?
Jerry: It's too stupid to confess. Look at what I'm confessing to.
7) ELAINE - "The Bookstore" - Elaine and the drunken office makeout.
George: You, uh, didn't dance again, did you?
Elaine: No, I found a better way to humiliate myself. There was this guy, and we had a few too many..
George: You went home with him?
Elaine: Worse. We made out at the table like our plane was going down.
Jerry: Ah, the drunken make-out. An office classic. Did you end up xeroxing anything?
Elaine: Do you know how embarrassing this is to someone in my position?
Jerry: What's your position?
Elaine: I am an associate.
6) JERRY - "Junior Mint" - Making out with a woman and not knowing her first name.
George: Now let's try "breast"... Celeste... Kest...
George: Rest... Sest... Hest...
Jerry: Hest? That's not a name.
George: What, you should've just asked her.
Jerry: I know, I should've asked her.
George: What're you gonna do now?
Jerry: I dunno. I can't ask her now; I've already made out with her. Once you make out with a woman, you can't ask her her name.
Jerry: Alright, that's enough.
5) GEORGE - "The Stranded" - Ava wants to sleep with George.
In response, George says, "I long for you."
4) ELAINE - "The Pick" - Elaine, A Christmas Card, and a Nipple.
Jerry: Oh, volunteer work!. See that's what I like about the holiday season. That's the true spirit of Christmas. People being helped by people other than me. That makes me feel good inside. Look at what we have here. A Christmas card from Laine. You didn't have to go to all that trouble.
Elaine: It was no trouble. My assistant did the whole thing.
Jerry: I didn't even see the picture. How did it come out?
Elaine: Well, you know. It's a picture?
Jerry: Oh yeah. Look at that. Looks good. Kramer did a good job.
Elaine: Yeah, well. How hard is it to take a picture?
Jerry: ... um ...
Jerry: Did you look at look at this picture carefully?
Jerry: Because I'm not sure and and and correct me if I'm wrong but I think I see ... a nipple.
Jerry: Here. Take a look. What, what is that?
Elaine: Oh my God! That's my nipple.
Jerry: That's what I thought.
Elaine: That's my nipple. My nipple's exposed. I sent this card to hundreds of people! My parents. My boss. Uh, Nana and Papa.
Jerry: DIDN'T YOU LOOK AT THE PICTURE?
Elaine: Oh God I didn't notice. Oh, what am I going to do? You know your whole life you go through painstaking efforts to hide your nipple and then BOOM, suddenly hundreds of people get their own personal shot of it.
3) GEORGE - "The Chinese Restaurant" - George tells Jerry about his mishap with Tatiana.
Jerry: So what happened with Tatiana?
George: I shouldn't even tell you this.
Jerry: Come on...
George: Well, after dinner last week, she invites me back to her apartment.
Jerry: I'm with you.
George: Well, it's this little place with this little bathroom. It's like right there, you know, it's not even down a little hall or off in an alcove. You understand? There's no... buffer zone. So, we start to fool around, and it's the first time, and it's early in the going. And I begin to perceive this impending... intestinal requirement, whose needs are going to surpass by great lengths anything in the sexual realm. So I know I'm gonna have to stop. And as this is happening I'm thinking, even if I can somehow manage to momentarily... extricate myself from the proceedings and relieve this unstoppable force, I know that that bathroom is not gonna provide me with the privacy that I know I'm going to need...
Jerry: This could only happen to you.
George: So I finally stop and say, "Tatiana, I hope you don't take this the wrong way, but I think it would be best if I left."
Jerry: You said this to her after.
George: No. During.
2) ELAINE - "The Stall - Elaine needs a square in the restroom.
Elaine: What a dope! uh..excuse me. umm.. I'm sorry this is.. this is kind of embarrassing but.. there's no toilet paper over here.
Jane: Are you talking to me?
Elaine: Yeah.. I...I just forgot to check so if you could just spare me some.
Jane: No, I'm sorry.
Jane: No, I'm sorry, I can't spare it.
Elaine: You can't spare it??
Jane: No, there's not enough to spare.
Elaine: Well I don't need much, just 3 squares will do it.
JANE: I'm sorry I don't have a square to spare, now if you don't mind.
Elaine: 3 squares? You can't spare 3 squares??
Jane: No, I don't have a square to spare, I can't spare a square.
Elaine: Oh is it two-ply? Cause if it's two-ply I'll take one ply, one ply, one, one puny little ply, I'll take one measly ply.
Jane: Look, I don't have a square and I don't have a ply.
Elaine: No no, no no, don't don't, I beg you.
1) (Look at the "Remember the Time When" section)
Do you have of a good top ten idea you'd like for me to do, please e-mail me!
The Stand In
This Week By: Amit
Thanks again to Tim for The Top Twelve Movies Mentioned!
Hey everyone, for this week's issue of the stand-in, I chose to remake a section of SeinLanguage that I really miss. It's from the old games section (but with new questions...I think). What you do first is answer each one of the ten trivia questions.
Then I will tell you one letter to take from each trivia answer. Just put the letters together to make the one final answer. (I didn't jumble them this time). Oh, by the way, if the answer is more than one word, the space does NOT count as a letter.
Good luck SeinFans!
1) Who's new sofa did Poppy pee on? (Take the first letter)
2) What would George's Name Be if he were a porno star? (Take the second letter)
3) What did George want to name his baby (spell it out)? (Take the fifth letter)
4) Elaine is an anti-fur vegetarian who sometimes eats what? (Take the second letter)
5) What did Jerry call his favorite T-Shirt? (Take the second letter)
6) George can't carry a pen because he's afraid it will puncture his what? (Take the third letter)
7) What was on Kramer's personalized liscense plate? (Take the fourth letter)
8) What other personality does George have besides Relationship George? (Take the first letter)
9) Who was the "chunky that left these chunkies?" (Take the sixth letter)
10) Newman says, "When you control the mail, you control" what? (Take the eighth letter)
When you have taken all of the specified letters and put them together in order, you will come up with a two-word item that pertains to Seinfeld. What is it?
FINAL ANSWER: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
HINT: I believe all the answers can be found somewhere at Ivy's Seinfeld Page (gotta love those shameless plugs)
Respond to the trivia by sending an E-mail to Amit
Responses must be received by Wed., Oct. 31st.
P.S.: If you get stuck, e-mail me what you have so far,
and I'll be sure to e-mail you back with a little help. Oh, and please
send me both your trivia answers and your final answer. Thanks.
Silly Little Bios
She was a roommate of Elaine's and even dated Kramer at one time. She's a waitress-actress. She got some part in some dinner-theater production of a Chorus Line. She has Lyme disease in addition to Epstein-Barr. She doesn't mind a windshield as a glass coffee table and she keeps track of everything that is hers in the fridge. She likes to dance to Tribal music and loves to make out, "she likes the couch." She can be very rude and nasty to Elaine at times, but doesn't mind borrowing her jewelry without permission. Elaine wanted to move out, but couldn't b/c she had a lease! When she eventually moved out, Elaine kept sub-letting the apartment from her.
Do you know who this is? If so E-mail me with your answer!
Responses must be received by Wed., Oct. 31st.
The Lucky Person is...
KWeiler854 got interviewed this week!
Seinfeld10: Thank you Ken for taking the time to do this interview with me.
KWeiler854: Your most welcome and I look forward to the opportunity.
Seinfeld10: I usually work late on Tuesday nights and haven't been able to see Jason's new show, were you able to catch it, and if so, what are your opinions of the show?
KWeiler854: I too have not seen it, and I'm hesitant to do so, considering how badly Kramer's show went. Not a good precedent.
Seinfeld10: I heard he talks a lot about sex on the show. And a lot of Seinfeld fans are disgusted with it.
KWeiler854: That's too bad. I find situation comedys like Seinfeld do best when all the characters share in the show, each one adding their particular comedy, personality and timing. Alone, they don't seem to do so well.
Seinfeld10: Exactly! They can't do a show, "Alone." It's just not a good show. And being that George is my favorite character, I have no interest in watching his new show either. But then again, that's just me.
KWeiler854: I also have a theory about the characters on the show, would you like to hear it?
Seinfeld10: Sure! :o)
KWeiler854: OK, here it is.
KWeiler854: Jerry is the closest to a "normal" person in real life and the show and his little world or universe revolves around him.
Seinfeld10: It really does. He's the show and without him, there could never be another "Seinfeld."
KWeiler854: Elaine comes next. She represents what the world thinks a "New York women" is, a little zaney, off the wall, sexy, sexual, hip and thinks she is in control of her life, but is really seeking control wherever she can find it.
KWeiler854: Your right, he's the "center of the universe" of the show, the core.
KWeiler854: George comes next.
KWeiler854: George is one of the more elipitic "planets" on the show.
KWeiler854: He's is coping with a mal-formed childhood, overbearing parents, sexually fustrated, immature and looks up to Jerry as a role model, confidant and pal.
KWeiler854: He is very vulnerable and this fun to watch everyone on the show take advantage of this, and his reaction, especially when he trusted the person who "abused" him with the joke or situation.
KWeiler854: Then, finally there's Kramer.
KWeiler854: I think Kramer does not exist as an actual person.
Seinfeld10: I didn't find Kramer very funny and I think he tried too hard.
KWeiler854: He is representative of what New York City life is all about, never too real, usually crazy, as Elaine once described him as a Hipster Dufis, do you remember that line?
Seinfeld10: Yeah, who could forget?! LOL.
KWeiler854: In the early days he did try too hard, but in the later episodes he settled down and found his "groove".
KWeiler854: Kramer is the "sizzle" of life in Gotham, the never too serious, always on the stylistic cutting edge of everything that's going on, always in the know, but never learning from it.
KWeiler854: Well, that's my show philosophy, what do you think?
Seinfeld10: It's good, I like it! So tell me Ken, who is your overall favorite character?
KWeiler854: The most complex of them all, George.
KWeiler854: Compared to George, we all look so good!
Seinfeld10: Do you ever find yourself in situations like George?
KWeiler854: Growing up, quite frequently, especially when referring to high school situations, remember "Tropic of Capricorn"?! Was the dress blue or orange? Developing that body in secret! Great lines!
Seinfeld10: He does have some really great lines, and the messes he gets himself in are unbelievable!
KWeiler854: Yes, the person or persons who do the writing for him are the best on the show.
Seinfeld10: Yup, a great cast! Hey, do you have a favorite episode?
KWeiler854: Remember, "Vandelay Industries! Vandelay Industries! Tell than it Vandelay Industries!" And Jerry's wonderful response, "And you want to be my latex salesman?"
KWeiler854: The one with the lines I just mentioned.
KWeiler854: Tell me Ivy, do you think they will ever get together again and make a Seinfeld II?
Seinfeld10: Nope! Not at all. :o(
KWeiler854: Too bad. I think it would really work. Anyway, anything else tonight?
Seinfeld10: Um, I think that's a wrap! Any last words you'd like to say to the Sein fans out there? :o)
KWeiler854: Just a few.
Seinfeld10: Ok, Shoot!
KWeiler854: Keep the faith, keep watching the re-runs, it shows the fans interest is still there and perhaps there will be enough interest from the actors and advertisers to do a new series.
KWeiler854: That's all from me.
Seinfeld10: Good! Thanks again Ken, and have a good night! :o)
KWeiler854: You too, I enjoyed it. Good night.
What to be the next person to be interviewed?
Put me on your buddy list and IM me anytime after 9 (eastern time).
Send a e-mail to Ivy
HEY, DO YOU HAVE IDEAS FOR TRIVIA QUESTIONS? SEND THEM TO ME!
****NOTE: ANSWERING JUST THE IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION DOES NOT MAKE YOU A TRIVIA MASTER, SO PLEASE RESPOND TO ALL TRIVIA, NOT JUST ONE QUESTION! IF YOU DON'T RESPOND TO ALL TRIVIA, I CAN'T GIVE YOU FULL CREDIT. (I WILL SEND BACK HINTS IF ANSWER(S) ARE INCORRECT, SO TAKE A SHOT). THANKS!
LAST WEEKS TRIVIA
1. Why did George have to give his new secretary a raise?
-While sleeping with her, he shouted out, "I'm giving you a raise!"
2. How much was George's secretary's raise?
3. Who did Kramer sell his suit to in Barney's?
4. What did Jerry try to retrieve from his dry cleaner (without the ticket which was in Kramer's pocket)?
5. Why did Elaine have to buy the dress she wore out of Barney's, when she walked out of the store to get an outsider's opinion of how she looked in it?
-Salt Stains from the snow
Name one of the ways that Jerry drugged Celia to make her fall asleep so he can play with her toys. NOTE: There were 4 of them.
-He gave her the wrong medicine, Too much turkey gravey (triptaphen - causes sleepiness), He gave her a lot of wine, made her watch George's home movies of his boyhood trip to Michigan, four hours!
THIS WEEKS TRIVIA
1. Which of the 12 steps did Jason Hanky skip?
2. Who did George trade his "girly" glasses frames with?
3. Who did George and Kramer think double-parked and blocked them in in "The Dinner Party?"
4. What did Kramer use to write down Uma Thurman's phone number?
5. How did Elaine get Rabies in "The Glasses?"
What color was the suit that Kramer sold to Bania in the Barney's dressing room?
Respond to the trivia by sending E-mail to Andy
Responses must be received by
Wed., Oct. 31st.
Remember: you need to get ALL trivia right!
Don't just answer one, if you need help, e-mail me and I'll be more than happy as to give you hints.
Celebrities on Seinfeld
He's very picky when it comes to SOCKS!
Ian Abercrombie as Mr. (Justin) Pitt
He parks his car in HEAD FIRST!
Who was he?
Send answers to: Chris
by Wed., Oct. 31st.
What charity did Jerry get audited for contributing to?
Volcanic Relief Fund for Krakatoa
What celebrity did Susan have a crush on?
Send answers to: Allie
Wed., Oct. 31st.
Remember the Time When...
Jerry was trying to talk dirty along with his girlfriend?
1) JERRY - "The Cheever Letters" - Jerry and his dirty talk.
Jerry: So, we're.. uhh, drinkin' and talkin', and uhh, so, she starts rubbing my leg.
George: Wo-hoah! What did you do?
Jerry: Have you ever told a woman to stop touching your leg?
George: Yeah, right.
Jerry: I mean, I know it's the wrong thing to do. She works in Elaine's office. I know it's wrong - but I can't get that hand off my leg. I mean, I'm looking at the hand, and I'm thinking, "That hand should not be on my leg." But I can't make my brain to get my mouth to say the words, "Would you mind?!"
George: Yeah, woman have no problem getting the hand off. How do they do that?
Jerry: I don't know, they're working on a whole other level..
George: Alright, so, go ahead.
Jerry: So we go back to my apartment..
George: Woah. Whoa! Woah!
Jerry: So, we're, uh, foolin' around there.. you know, it's getting a little passionate.. and, uh, she starts with the dirty talking.
George: Alright, alright, hold on! Time out! Woah, woah! What did she say?
Jerry: Oh, you know, the usual..
George: No, I don't know. How do I know the usual?
Jerry: Typical things.
George: What typical? Gimme typical. Gimme some typical.
Jerry: She says, uh.. (mumbles something)
George: That's very dirty.That's absolutely filthy.
Jerry: ..And then she starts talking about her panties.
George: Gonna need some water here!
Jerry: So I said something.
George: Ok, what did you say?
Jerry: Now, bear in mind, I am just trying to keep up.
George: Of course.
Jerry: Okay? So, she's taking about her panties, so, uh.. So, I said, "You mean the panties your mother laid out for you?"
George: The panties your mother laid out for you? What does that mean?
Jerry: I don't know! It just popped out.
George: Well, how did she react?
Jerry: She flipped out! Just left.
George: Well, that's not offensive. It's abnormal, but it's not offensive.
If anyone has any ideas to make this better or moments that they want "remembered," e-mail me.
Last Week's Question:
Just tell me who you think most deserved to go to jail in "The Finale," Jerry, George, Kramer, or Elaine?
This Week's Question:
Who has the funniest facial expressions of the fab four?
Jerry, George, Kramer, or Elaine?
(CLICK ON A NAME)
Send all poll responses to: Andy
by Wed., Oct. 31st.
Note: The Seinfeld NL writers have the right to edit any poll responses that we do not feel are appropriate for the Newsletter.
Do you know of a poll you would like seen on here?
E-mail me and let me know!
Did you know? Seinfacts!
DID YOU NOTICE THAT THE SWEATER THAT CARRIE SOKOL WORE ON HER SECOND DATE WITH GEORGE WAS THE SAME SWEATER WORN BY JERRY AND KRAMER IN "THE SNIFFING ACCOUNTANT"?
Have a fact? Please e-mail me!
I had a parakeet that used to fly around the house and crash into these huge mirrors my mother put in. Ever heard of this interior design principle, that a mirror makes it seem like you have an entire other room? What kind of jerk walks up to a mirror and goes, "Hey look, there's a whole other room in there. There's a guy that looks just like me in there." But the parakeet would fall for this. I'd let him out of his cage, he'd fly right into the mirror. And I'd always think, "Even if he thinks the mirror is another room, why doesn't he at least try to avoid hitting the other parakeet?"
Last week's Quote Finisher
"If she is allowed to infiltrate this world, then George Costanza...."
"...as you know him, ceases to exist."
This Week's Quote Locator
"No. I don't want you stretching out the neckhole."
What episode did this come from?
Send answers to: Andy
by Wed., Oct. 31st.
Seinfeld's Good Manners
When riding on a subway, don't fall asleep.
George - Trying to pretend he's a Nazi leader.
Elaine - Trying to "think" she can dance good!
Terms & Phrases
Nip - a nickname given to a woman who has Christmas cards with her picture printed up, but doesn't realize that one of her nipples is exposed in the picture
What kind of food did the Constanza's bring to the Ross's that they did NOT serve?
A Snitzers Marble Rye
In The Library, what did Mr. Bookman want to drink, but Jerry didn't have?
Send Food Answers to: Allie by Wed., Oct. 31st.
Please - no descriptions (if asked the name of an episode).
Send me the episode title.
Here's an episode guide that may help (Episode List)
In "The Outing", George and Jerry explain how they met each other in high school when George fell off a rope onto Jerry's head. However, in "The Betrayal" we are told that Jerry beat George up in fourth grade.
In "The Ex-girlfriend," George made Jerry go to his ex-girlfriend's house to get some books for him. But, George hates reading, which is shown many times, like when he wanted to get a book on tape because he didn't want to read a book for work.
Know of a spoof, any mistake you found on Seinfeld?
Please e-mail them to anyone of us, thanks!
Ivy Chris Vinney Allie Andy
Vinney's Picks (or No Pick)
"You're extremely attractive, you're gorgeous. I'm looking at you, I can't even remember my name." - George
"Cat fight"! -Kramer
From the Fans
"You know what you are? You're a ribbon bully."- Kramer
Send in your quotes! Click here.
"The four of them made a wager to see if they could
.to see who could go the longest without gratifying themselves! It was horrible! Horrible!"
It was that closet organizing virgin-Marla.
"The jokes kept bouncing off her like Superman." - Jerry
E-mail me with your answer!
Responses must be received by Wed., Oct. 31st.
GBA (God Bless America) guys!!!!!
Dr Kramer's Page
The Page of The Wiz
The Bizarro World
Ivy's Seinfeld Page
All Pursuits Seinfeld
Ian's Seinfeld Scripts
Charlie's Seinfeld Page of Sounds and Stuff
The Seinfeldest Site On The Web
Swisher's Seinfeld Site
The End (A Seinfeld script)
What Went Wrong - And How It Should Have Ended
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