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February 3, 2002
1010 Subscribers!!!

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                        Andy                Johntrvlt1|at|aol.com

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News
By: Ivy
TOP

I have a Mailing List...
All I send you is: upcoming episodes for the next 2 weeks.
(Great idea for those of you who are taping the show!)
To be added (If you are not already on) Click here
, then click yes.

Remember: Those who don't have AOL, can click:
Sein Language Online!

(will be on later monday night)

Hey guys!! We finally made it! We passed the 1000 mark! We now have 1010 subscribers!!! I can't believe it myself! Yippy!!!
Think we can get 1500 by the end of the year? Haha.
Anyways, this friday & saturday I'm seeing Jerry again and can't wait! This will be my second time in one year. I can't get enough of him!

As many of you already know....I've been working very hard on accumilating Jerry's new stand up. When I see him this week, I will have even more. March 3rd's (my b-day!!!) issue will be dedicated to Jerry's stand up. We will have be sending out two e-mails. Our usual newsletter, and another one to follow with Jerry's new stand up. This will include stand up from his tour and when he was on David Letterman. Hope you will all enjoy!  :o)

Larry Thomas (Yev Kasem aka The Soup Nazi) is currently on tour.
He is in the female version of The Odd Couple, starring Barbara Eden.
HuntingtonM10|at|aol.com

Reminder...
(The first week of the newsletter)
Monday night chat & Tuesday night chat (Feb. 4 & 5). Both at 9pm eastern.
Monday night will be held on my web page in the chat room.

Ivy's Seinfeld Page
(and click on chat room). It will be hosted by Dfrank1068 (Frank) and myself. It will be a Seinfeld chat and trivia.
Tuesday night will be held in a chat room on AOL. Yeah, sorry guys, this is only for AOL subcribers. It will be held in Arts and Entertainment - Seinfeld Trivia
. This too will be hosted by Frank and myself, but this will be ALL trivia! So, see you all then.  :o)

Again...
I need a favor from all of you. Well, this is actually to those who have seen Jerry live this past year. I am trying to gather as much of his new stand up as I can. I have quite a lot so far, but I would like more. As much as you could think of would be great, anything in detail. Take your time and try to remember. Please send anything you can think of to me! Thanks a bunch!

Once again...
MANY MANY MANY of you are asking me for Seinfeld episodes on tape. Now, I do have them, but I am not selling them nor taping them. I do not have the time. Sorry. However, there is a way we may be able to help, thanks to Chris. He made a so-called "trading club on yahoo." This is a great way for people from all over to trade/sell with one another. Here's the link:
Seinfeld Video Exchange


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If anyone has any news on Seinfeld or comments on the newsletter, we would love to hear them!

Thanks!
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This Week On Seinfeld
By: Ivy


Feb 3 Sunday - The Label Maker
Feb 4 Monday - The Abstinence
Feb 4 Monday - The Letter
Feb 5 Tuesday - The Andrea Doria
Feb 5 Tuesday - The Keys
Feb 6 Wednesday - The Little Jerry
Feb 6 Wednesday - The Parking Space
Feb 7 Thursday - The Comeback
Feb 7 Thursday - The Trip (Part 1 of 2)
Feb 8 Friday - The Money
Feb 8 Friday - The Trip (Part 2 of 2)
Feb 9 Saturday - The Van Buren Boys
Feb 10 Sunday - The Susie
Feb 11 Monday - The Nap
Feb 11 Monday - The Pitch (Part 1 of 2)
Feb 12 Tuesday - The Yada Yada
Feb 12 Tuesday - The Pitch (Part 2 of 2)
Feb 13 Wednesday - The Millennium
Feb 13 Wednesday - The Wallet (Part 1 of 2)
Feb 14 Thursday - The Muffin Tops
Feb 14 Thursday - The Watch (Part 2 of 2)
Feb 15 Friday - The Summer of George
Feb 15 Friday - The Bubble Boy
Feb 16 Saturday - The Butter Shave


Go here to find scripts for these episodes:
Thanks to Ian's Seinfeld Scripts

NewsGuys Seinfeld Lists
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Pick Of The Week
By: Chris

Feb 15 Friday
The Summer of George

George discovers he has a severance package from the Yankees that should last him about 3 months. He decides that he is going to take the summer off. Jerry is going to the Tony Awards and so is Kramer. Jerry has a real seat; Kramer is a seat filler. Elaine critiques a co-worker who walks with no arm movements and is accused of being "catty." Jerry's picks up his date, only to find out that she has a man living with her. Kramer gets a Tony Award for a musical in which Raquel Welch is the star. Elaine tries to work things out with her co-worker, to no avail. Kramer uses his Tony as a ticket into a place he really shouldn't be, Sardi's, where the producers of "Scarsdale Surprise" have a proposition for him. Jerry's date decides to commit to him. Elaine's complaints to men about her co-worker only seem to pique their interest in the possibility of a cat fight. Jerry's girlfriend begins to wear him out; she is always on the go. George suggests that perhaps they team up to handle Lanette. To keep his Tony award, Kramer must fire the non-arm swinging Raquel Welch from the production. Jerry goes on a date and needs George to handle the invitations for Lanette's party. He is not to skimp, this time. Kramer does his duty and pays a price. A mad Raquel walking down the street gets into a cat fight with a woman who she thinks is making fun of her, Elaine. George gets distracted and slips on an invitation. Twenty-two episodes later the gang is back where they were a year ago, only this time George is the one in a hospital bed.
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Sound Of The Week
By: Chris

TOP

This week's sound of the week is a classic in my book.  When Jerry and Kramer switched aparements for a bit, and Jerry turned into Kramer. Then ELaine had the problem with the Russian hat. So this is Jerry helping with that. Also, unfortunately it is in RealPlayer format so you will have to be able to use that Program. Have a great week all!

What sound would you like to see featured?
E-mail
me and I'll try my best!
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Sein Language's
"Top Ten!"
By: Ivy

Top Ten Fake Movies

10) Chunnel
9) Cry, Cry Again
8) Ponce De Leon
7) Brown-Eyed Girl
6) Agent Zero
5) Rochelle, Rochelle
4) Checkmate
3) Sack Lunch
2) Death Blow
1) Prognosis Negative

Do you have of a good top ten idea you'd like for me to do, please e-mail me!
Ivy
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The Stand In
Last Week By: Shembee05
This Week By: Johnberlau


Last Week
Trivia - Subject:  Relationships


1) Said Jerry was "bad naked"
-Melissa
2) Dated either a high or low talker
-Elaine's friend/Kramer
3) Obsessed with song "Desperado"
-Brett
4) Had "Man hands"
-Gillian
5) Was Miss Rhode Island
-Karen

Winners
NONE!


Thanks again to Shembee05|at|aol.com!!!

This Week
A THEME SONG FOR SEINFELD
BY
JOHN BERLAU

"There are no words to the Seinfeld theme song," notes Greg Gattuso in his book "Seinfeld Universe." "No sixty-second lyrical introduction of the plot, the characters or the setting. Nothing to tip off the newcomer as to what he or she is in for over the next twenty-two minutes."
In fact, the theme music can't even be properly called a theme song, because it is not a real song. Instead it is, in Gattuso's words, "just an amalgam of synthesized horns, a digitized slap-bass, a keyboard thing, and a series of orchestrated sighs, gasps, and lip pops" Yet Gattuso argues that, in the context of this unconventional show about nothing, this "loosely associated group of elements" that is the theme music "somehow … makes sense."
Well, maybe for now. It's true that Seinfeld-mania is still going strong almost four years after the characters were all sent to prison in the final episode. Reruns are showing in probably every major city in the country.  "Yada yada yada" is in Webster's dictionary, thanks probably to the boost the phrase received in one well-remembered episode of the show.
But what about ten years from now? Every TV show, no matter how well done, fades from our collective memory somewhat as the years go by. Plus, there will be a whole new generation of TV watchers who would never have seen the first-run episodes. Given the short attention span of teenagers and young adults, will the youth of tomorrow be willing to sit through the show long enough to give it a chance?
This is where the lack of a theme song may be a problem. Viewers flipping channels may pass by a show that doesn't begin with a tune to give them at least a clue as to what the program is about. Moreover, as popular new shows replace Seinfeld as the subject of water cooler talk, even the most diehard fans may not be able to instantly recall individual episodes about Moors and Moops and the like.
But, for some strange reason, theme songs of even the blandest shows tend to stick in people's minds. People who have never seen an episode of "Mr. Ed" are familiar with the musical phrase, "A horse is a horse, of course of course." Shows that are arguably of much lower quality than Seinfeld, such as "The Brady Bunch" and "Gilligan's Island," have stayed popular in part due to the catchiness of their theme songs, which provide a quick synopsis to the shows. As John Javna writes in his book, "The TV Theme Song Sing-Along Book," the purpose of theme songs is "to preserve memories of America's favorite TV shows, and remind you of all the fun you had watching them."
Luckily, I have come up with a solution. I have written lyrics to an unofficial Seinfeld theme that I have put to the tune of one of the catchiest TV theme songs ever. It started one morning in 1998, around the time of the final episode of Seinfeld. I was in my shower and about to sing, as I often do when I'm showering, the lines, "Flintstones, Meet the Flintstones" But because I was thinking about Seinfeld going off the air, out popped the words, "Seinfeld, Jerry Seinfeld." Amazed at how those lines and the tune seemed a perfect fit, I began writing and refining other verses for about a year. I thought about things like the equivalent phrase on Seinfeld for "Yabba Dabba Doo." All of a sudden, "Yada Yada Yada" came into mind.
I have registered my song, "Meet Jerry Seinfeld (A Parody)," at the copyright office of the U.S. Library of Congress. My hope is that this will become the unofficial theme song for Seinfeld fans, and they can sing this together to remember all the good times they had watching it and to help introduce new generations to a wonderful show about nothing.
You can sing this without instrumental accompaniment, but you might want to use a kazoo between verses for extra fun. Enjoy and have a Yada Yada Yada time or just a gay old time (not the there's anything wrong with that).

John Berlau writes about politics and culture for various publications.

words to Meet Jerry Seinfeld (A Parody)

Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld
With Kramer, George and Elaine
From the town of New York
It's the comedy to ease your pain

Someday maybe George will keep a job
Kramer will quit acting like a slob

When you're watching Seinfeld
Have a yada yada yada time
A yada dada time
We'll have a gay old time

Yada yada yada yada
Boam boam boam boam
We'll have a gay old time
(Not that there's anything wrong with that)

Copyright 1999  Meet Jerry Seinfeld (A Parody) by John L. Berlau

If you would like to do the Stand In section, please e-mail me!
Ivy
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Silly Little Bios
By: Chris
TOP

Last Week
Darren (not Dayrl, but i still gave that to you)

Winners

rcasper|at|eden.rutgers.edu
Tingrin1884|at|aol.com
JujjyFruit|at|aol.com
five55_filk|at|hotmail.com
mabissy|at|yahoo.com
RhodeDawg|at|aol.com
Arniekins1|at|aol.com
AofSpades7|at|aol.com
tdigiano2|at|yahoo.com
Zup999|at|aol.com
chrisburger21|at|hotmail.com
colinofsmeg|at|hotmail.com
SayVandelay1|at|aol.com
Shembee05|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
AmyClem2|at|aol.com
Stephie0385|at|aol.com
MSimon6986|at|aol.com
BFS07|at|aol.com
FHGAGeno|at|aol.com
MKadlub|at|aol.com


This Week
He is friend of Kramer's. He's a big fan of the genre. Loves candy, and doesn't mind sharing.....although he licks his fingers. Gets cramps from eating too much candy. "Serves him right!" He's a movie bootlegger, sells movies on the streets, and carries a gun. "He's quite a character." He thinks Jerry did a beautiful work of bootlegging Death Blow. He can get very upset if things don't go his way. All in all "he's a reasonable man, but he's insane!"

Do you know who this is? If so E-mail
me with your answer!
Responses must be received by
Wed., Feb 13.
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The Lucky Person is...
No one got interviewed this week!
By: Ivy
TOP

Due to the long Stand In, no interview this week!

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

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Trivia
By: Andy
TOP

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 - Places
1) Where did Sue Ellen Miskie plan to get married?
- India
2) Where did the gang plan on going in The Final?
- Paris
3) Where did Elaine want to go?
- Russia
4) Where did Babu get deported to?
- Pakistan
5) Lloyd Braun gave Jerry gum, where was it from?
- Chinatown (Or China)

Winners
PT Money7|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
Zup999|at|aol.com
OleMissReb|at|aol.com
Rock3023|at|aol.com
tdigiano2|at|yahoo.com

mabissy|at|yahoo.com
RhodeDawg|at|aol.com
BFS07|at|aol.com
lfountain|at|ips-inc.com
JujjyFruit|at|aol.com
OsTRaiN316|at|aol.com
FarleyZ 57|at|aol.com
SugarPlumbFairyJ|at|aol.com

PHOXZI85|at|aol.com
PKeenoy|at|aol.com
ranonsen|at|yahoo.com
Tingrin1884|at|aol.com
MKadlub
|at|aol.com

IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION
What is the pesto of cities, where everyone is moving?
- Seattle

Impossible Winners

PT Money7|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
Jmm509|at|aol.com
tdigiano2|at|yahoo.com
RhodeDawg|at|aol.com
BFS07|at|aol.com
lfountain|at|ips-inc.com
JujjyFruit|at|aol.com
FarleyZ 57|at|aol.com
SugarPlumbFairyJ|at|aol.com
PKeenoy|at|aol.com
ranonsen|at|yahoo.com
MKadlub
|at|aol.com

Trivia Masters

PT Money7|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
tdigiano2|at|yahoo.com

RhodeDawg|at|aol.com
BFS07|at|aol.com
lfountain|at|ips-inc.com
JujjyFruit|at|aol.com
FarleyZ 57|at|aol.com
SugarPlumbFairyJ|at|aol.com
PKeenoy|at|aol.com
ranonsen|at|yahoo.com
MKadlub
|at|aol.com

THIS WEEKS TRIVIA
1) What team did George work for?
2) Elaine was wearing a baseball cap and was threatened to take it off, what team was it?
3) What hockey team does Puddy like?
4) At the hockey game, who is the team that Puddy likes, playing against?
5) In The Limo, Jerry and George thought they were going to a basketball game. Name one of the teams that were playing?

Impossible Question
The Bus Boy had a poster of what sports team hanging in his apartment?



Respond to the trivia by sending E-mail to Andy
Responses must be received by
Wed., Feb 13.
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.

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Celebrities on Seinfeld
By: Chris

Last week
What "Office Space" and "News Radio" star played a minor role in Seinfeld who was the bank teller who gave Kramer $20 for the guy saying "Hey" and not "Hello?"

Answer
Steven Root

Winners
Ktbyrnie|at|aol.com
LdyLara|at|aol.com
TBNThug316|at|aol.com
MKadlub|at|aol.com


This Week
She played Russel's (NBC President) daughter.
Who was she?

Send answers to: Chris

by Wed., Feb 13.
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Guess?
By: Allie

Last Week
From what MUSICAL did George keep singing in front of Elaine's father?

Answer
Les Miserables
"Master of the House"


Winners
Glu snifr
|at|aol.com
Sanmich
|at|aol.com
SugarPlumbFairyJ
|at|aol.com
JujjyFruit
|at|aol.com
rcasper|at|eden.rutgers.edu

AmyClem2
|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com

Arniekins1
|at|aol.com
Stephie0385
|at|aol.com
tdigiano2|at|yahoo.com

Zup999
|at|aol.com
Shembee05
|at|aol.com
BFS07
|at|aol.com
LCCNTRYROX
|at|aol.com

This Week
What was the name of the homeless man who stole Kramer and Newman's rig shaw?

Send answers to: Allie
Wed., Feb 13.
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Remember the Time When...
By: Ivy


Jerry gets his car and it smells?

Jerry: Boy, do you smell something?
Elaine: Do I smell something? What am I, hard of smelling? Of course I smell something.
Jerry: What is it?
Elaine: I think it's B.O.!
Jerry: What?
Elaine: It's B.O. The valet must have had B.O.
Jerry: It can't be. Nobody has B.O. like this.
Elaine: Jerry. It's B.O.
Jerry: But the whole car smells.
Elaine: So?
Jerry: So when somebody has B.O., the "O" usually stays with the "B". Once the "B" leaves, the "O" goes with it.

If anyone has any ideas to make this better or moments that they want "remembered," e-mail me.
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Reader's Poll
By: Andy

Last Week's Question:
What is your favorite stand up bit that Jerry does and why?

I think it's his bit on Tide laundry detergent.
"After 30 years, they're still working on Tide. This has to be the most challenging project the laundry industry has ever tackled. They must be thinking ..."How come we can't get this right?" "Maybe if we sharpen the granules,  ...it'd get into the dirt more."
It's my favorite because it represents Jerry's uncanny ability to examine the absolute minutia of daily life, and yet, still raise a valid point.
I mean, can "research and development" still bamboozle anyone into thinking they're actually working on this project?  It's been 35 years, people!  Tide is pretty much as good as its ever gonna get. If it's not your laundry detergent of choice, it never will be.
My 2nd choice would have been his bit on old people living in NY. White pants, white belt. Okay, drop the snow shovel, pops! You're coming with us!  They're moving to Florida. They didn't want to move to Florida, but they're in their 60's, and that's the law.
BFS07|at|aol.com

My favorite stand up is the one Jerry does at the end of "The Watch":
The main difference between the men's wallet and the women's wallet is the photo section. True? Women carry with them, a picture of every person they've ever met every single day of their enitre lives since the beginning of time. And every picture is out of date. You know? Here's my cousin at 3 years old. She's in the marine's now. Here's my dog, he died during the Johnson administration. Get stopped by a cop, no license, no registration, here's 56 people that know me. Cop goes, "Alright m'am, just wanted to make sure you had some friends. Routine pal check."

nirbraves|at|yahoo.com


hey kids whats the deal with homework- you're not working on your home
Zup999|at|aol.com

This Week's Question:
Whose parents are your favorite?
Jerry's
or George's?

Send all poll responses to: Andy

by Wed., Feb 13.

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!
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Did you know? Seinfacts!
By: Allie

Kramer walks into Jerry's appartment 284 times.
poorgirl_89|at|hotmail.com


Festivus came out last year. It is only on the shelves around the holidays.
JujjyFruit|at|aol.com

Have a fact? Please e-mail me!

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Stand Up
By: Chris
TOP

So I move into the center lane, now I get ahead of this women, who felt for some reason I guess, that she thought that I cut her off. So, she pulls up along side of me, and gives me...the finger. It seems like such an...arbitrary, ridiculous thing to just pick a finger show it to the person. It's a finger, what does it mean? Someone shows me one of their fingers and I'm supposed to feel bad. Is that the way it's supposed to work? I mean, you could just give someone the toe, really, couldn't you? I would feel worse if I got the toe, then if I got the finger. 'Cause it's not easy to give someone the toe, you've gotta get the shoe off, the sock of and drive, get it up and uh look at that toe, buddy. I mean, that's really insulting to get the toe, isn't it ?
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"Quote" Finisher/Locator
By: Andy

Last week's Quote Locator
"You're not giving away our Waterpik!"


Answer
The Serenity Now

Winners
BFS07|at|aol.com
Stephie0385|at|aol.com
Shembee05|at|aol.com
Arniekins1|at|aol.com
mabissy|at|yahoo.com
SugarPlumbFairyJ|at|aol.com
five55_filk|at|hotmail.com
Zup999|at|aol.com
JujjyFruit|at|aol.com
FarleyZ 57|at|aol.com
ranonsen|at|yahoo.com
MKadlub
|at|aol.com

This Week's Quote Finisher
"I once had a dream...."


Send answers to: Andy
by Wed., Feb 13.
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Ivy's Stuff

Seinfeld's Good Manners
When parking your car in a garage, make sure you write it down!!

Crazy Ideas
Kramer - Having a hot tub in his living room.

George - Eating an eclair out of the garbage can.

Terms & Phrases
Germophobe - a person who is very susceptible to another person's germs, and is very fanatical about it (especially against people who sleep around, rub certain body parts against computer keyboards, or prepare dinner while simultaneously taking a shower)
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Food Trivia
By: Allie
TOP

Last Week
What fruit from Oregon is only ripe for 2 weeks?

Answer

Mackinaw Peach

Winners
SONROSS
|at|aol.com
Sanmich
|at|aol.com
daniel_cueto|at|yahoo.com

OsTRaiN316
|at|aol.com
JujjyFruit
|at|aol.com
lfountain|at|ips-inc.com

RhodeDawg
|at|aol.com
AmyClem2
|at|aol.com
Powerfulone2121
|at|aol.com
PierceMeAgain10
|at|aol.com
LCCNTRYROX
|at|aol.com
Shembee05
|at|aol.com
rcasper|at|eden.rutgers.edu

Tingrin1884
|at|aol.com
ranonsen|at|yahoo.com

XliapiaX
|at|aol.com

This Week
What flavor italian ice did Bette Midler want in "The Understudy?"

Send Food Answers to: Allie by Wed., Feb 13.
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
)
Thanks!
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Spoofs!
TOP

In "The Virgin," Elaine reveals to Jerry the Marla the Virgin that she uses a diaphragm as a form of birth control. However, in "The Sponge," it is revealed that Elaine uses the sponge and can't use anything else.
Shembee05|at|aol.com

In the episode where Newman stops at a farmer's house for refuge, Newman is kicked out for touching his daughter. While Newman is running away she calls out, "Norman!" Was she mistaking his name Newman for Norman OR is Newman's full name NORMAN NEWMAN? Or maybe even Newman Norman? Gotcha!
KelSpirit12|at|aol.com

Ivy   Chris   Vinney   Allie   Andy
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Seinfeld Quotes
By: Vinney
TOP

Vinney's Picks (or No Pick)
"Cause I'm like ice, buddy. If I don't like you, you've got problems." - Kramer

"Alright, fine, you sit there and you watch while Newman takes over the world. But he'd be a horrible leader. And you know who's going to suffer? The little people. You and George." - Kramer

From the Fans
"I don't want to be a pirate!!" - Jerry (from Tingrin1884|at|aol.com)

Send in your quotes! Click here.


Last Week

"I just thought of a great name for myself if I ever become a porno actor." -George

What was the "great" name?

Answer
How about Buck Naked?

Winners
LCCNTRYROX|at|aol.com
JujjyFruit|at|aol.com

ranonsen|at|yahoo.com
rcasper|at|eden.rutgers.edu
FarleyZ 57|at|aol.com
OsTRaiN316|at|aol.com
five55_filk|at|hotmail.com

MKadlub|at|aol.com
Ktbyrnie|at|aol.com
SugarPlumbFairyJ
|at|aol.com
Arniekins1
|at|aol.com
AofSpades7
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