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April 2, 2002
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This Week On Seinfeld
Apr 2 Tuesday - The Cafe
Apr 2 Tuesday - The Pie
Apr 3 Wednesday - The Tape
Apr 3 Wednesday - The Stand-In
Apr 4 Thursday - The Nose Job
Apr 4 Thursday - The Wife
Apr 5 Friday - The Alternate Side
Apr 5 Friday - The Fire
Apr 6 Saturday - The Red Dot
Apr 7 Sunday - The Suicide
Apr 8 Monday - The Subway
Apr 8 Monday - The Raincoats (Part 1 of 2)
Apr 9 Tuesday - The Pez Dispenser
Apr 9 Tuesday - The Raincoats (Part 2 of 2)
Apr 10 Wednesday - The Boyfriend (Part 1 of 2)
Apr 10 Wednesday - The Opposite
Apr 11 Thursday - The Boyfriend (Part 2 of 2)
Apr 11 Thursday - The Hamptons
Apr 12 Friday - The Fix-Up
Apr 12 Friday - The Chaperone
Apr 13 Saturday - The Limo
Go here to find scripts for these episodes:
Thanks to Ian's Seinfeld Scripts
NewsGuys Seinfeld Lists
Pick Of The Week
Apr 3 Wednesday - The Tape
George is excited about a new potential baldness cure that was discovered in China. While listening to a tape of his previous nights show, Jerry hears the voice of a mysterious woman who talks dirty into his tape recorder and everyone becomes excited by the voice. Elaine shines in an entirely new light for George when he is let in on the her secret, she's the voice. He is later driven crazy when she plays around with him while goofing around in front of Kramer's new video recorder. George tries the bald cure. Kramer searches for the jacket.
Sound Of The Week
Hey everyone, this week's sound of the week is a classic line from Kramer about how is was living in a fantasy land in Jerry's apartment when he had his keys. Hope you all have a great week!
What sound would you like to see featured?
E-mail me and I'll try my best!
Top Ten Friends of Kramer
10) Maestro - Currently has a house in Tuscany where according to him, there is nothing else available:
Jerry: Nothing? I can't get a hotel? a sublet? a cot? Nothing?
Maestro: It's booked solid.
He's the conductor for the Policeman's Philharmonic Orchestra and he also borrowed the idea to not wear his pants before a performance. Also, Kramer borrowed something of his so that Kramer and Frank could play pool. When Kramer gets his burn, he gives Kramer a balm to try and help heal it.
9) Poppie - They were going to go into business together - Owner of Poppie's Restaurant. Staunch anticommunist (his adored mother was killed by them in Greece). Makes a nice duck! Urinated on Jerry's new couch. Served Jerry food after using the bathroom and did not wash his hands. He will not permit the lowly cucumber on the duo's make-your-own pizzas!
8) Slippery Pete - Kramer: You know, George, you're not gonna find an electrician like that in the yellow pages. Now, I know just the guy who can do this.....Oh, no, no, no. This guy is no friend. In fact, we don't even get along.....Oh, he's the best...and the worst....Believe me George, you can count on Slippery Pete.7) Soup Nazi - Native of Afghanistan who can make some excellent soup. Became good friends with Kramer. Gave Kramer an armoire when he heard that Kramer's friend had it stolen. Then only to find out the friend was the one he banned from his store for a year: Elaine. Eventually he was put out of business because of Elaine, finding his secret recipes. Testified against the group in the Finale.
6) Tor Ekman - Kramer: I'll tell you what to do, I'll tell you what to do. You go to Tor Eckman. Tor, Tor, he'll fix you right up. He's a herbalist, a healer.
5) Lomez - Usually organizes the Jewish singles night. Kramer states that Lomez is an Orthodox Jew, "Old School". He was in the Port-a-Potty. Lomez trades some steaks for stereo speakers. He also sold Kramer his hot tub.
4) Jackie - A very tricky and clever Attorney for Kramer and eventually the entire Seinfeld gang. Has connections with Dr. Bison and keeps getting Kramer an appointment with him. Also has a secretary named Suzie who seems to do all his personal matters. He has many "public humiliations" with Kramer. He seems to always get Kramer off, but Kramer always ruins it for him, money wise. But not to mention, he yells at Kramer about putting the balm on. Jackie also slept with one of Jerry's old girlfriends, Sindra (they're real and they're spectacular).
3) Mickey Abbott - Short, cute actor (jobs included All My Children and Punky Brewster stand-in and department store elf). Very competitive and feisty (he's taken on offenders twice his size); tendency to heighten (add lifts); successfully portrayed the Hamlet of diseases, bacterial meningitis. His parents look suspiciously like Robert Wagner and Jill St. John. He gets upset easily - Kramer by marrying Karen (who really wanted Kramer) instead of Julie (who wanted him).
1) Bob Sacamano is a friend of Kramer who we never get to see.
Bob tried to undergo shock treatments but they didn't work because his synapses were too big. He went in for a hernia operation and now he talks with a very high pitched voice. He worked at a condom factory. Bob had rabies. Bob also sold fur hats. He had a party, which Elaine was invited to, three weeks before. Bob once stayed with Kramer for 1 1/2 years Bob also decided to attach a piece of elastic to a paddle and rubber ball.
1) Newman - Kramer's mistevious friend who is Jerry's worst enemy. Newman, Elaine and Kramer got arrested for kidnapping a loud dog. He caught Jerry on an insurance fraud and George in "some sort of mail pornography ring." Had an unbelievable Birthday wish hot streak, wish included getting a supermodel as a girlfriend. He's a lazy, Postal worker known as The Fat Man, Two-Legged Weasel, Mojambo. He loves Drake's Coffee Cakes, and would eat "Baked Kramer." His areas of expertise includes climbing trees, eating, and lying. Some of his phobias are Publisher's Clearinghouse Day, Jerry (will do anything to get him mad!), fruit (he won't eat the stuff), and broccoli. He also lives in apartment 5E. He's pure evil, wrapped in a twinkie.
Do you have of a good top ten idea you'd like for me to do, please e-mail me!
The Stand In
Last Week By: LdyLara
This Week By: nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
"That's a lot of potatoes"
"I flew too close to the sun on wings of pastrami"- George
"I'm Cosmo Kramer, The Ass Man!"- Kramer
"He's a male bimbo, he's a mimbo!"- Jerry
"You're mature. Stupid!" -Puddy, to Elaine.
"Thats a shame" - Jerry
"Get out!!! - Elaine
"Giddy up!!!!!" - Kramer
Thanks again LdyLara!!!
Nirbraves chose to do a Top Ten!
Top Ten U.S. Cities
10. Seattle "The Busboy"
Jerry: Everyone's moving to Seattle.
George: It's the Pesto of cities.
9. Detroit "The Implant"
George: It's an expensive flight.
Kramer: Get a death in the family fare. Tell ya what, I'll go with you, tell them there's a death in my family. I'll split it with you. I get the bonus miles and you get to Detroit for 1/4 of the price.
8. Yakama "The Busboy"
Jerry: He's from Yakama? Right?
7. Atlantic City "The Chaperone"
Jerry: I'm going to Atlantic City this weekend. You're not working this weekend, why don't you come down?
George: Yes! I will go to Atlantic City, put me down, baby, I'm down!
6. Edison "The Fix-up"
Kramer: You know my friend Bob Sacramento?
Jerry: The guy from Jersey?
Kramer: Yeah, he got himself a job in a condom factory in Edison. Look at! He gave me a gross!
5. Kennabuckport "The Suicide"
George: He was doing stand-up comedy in Kennebuckport, ME. It was a really ominous nightclub, the stage was on a really high cliff and the audience was throwing all the comics off.
Jerry: I think I've played there!
George: Then a lot of other paranormal stuff happened to me.
Jerry: You're a little paranormal.
4. Atlanta "The Robbery"
Man # 1: Get this. I got a call from Gilmore this morning. They're restructuring the organization in Atlanta and I gotta be there the first of the month.
Man # 2: What are you going to do with the apartment?
Man # 1: What can I do? Give it up.
Jerry, George, and Elaine: What's the rent?!
3. El Paso "The Merv Griffin Show"
George: They're flying in the tiny instruments from El Paso.
Kramer: El Paso, I spent a month there one night.
Newman: Ha Ha! El Paso!
2. Los Angeles "The Trip (2)"
Kramer: What do you want me to say? That I'm struggling? Barely able to keep my head above water? That Los Angeles is a cold place even in the middle of summer. That it is a lonely place even when you're stuck in traffic on the Hollywood Freeway. That I'm no better than the screenwriter driving a cab, the starlet turning tricks, the producer living in a house he can't afford. Is that what you want me to say?
Jerry and George: Yeah.
Kramer: I'm not saying that! Things have gone pretty well for me here. I met a girl.
Jerry: Kramer, she was murdered!
Kramer: Yeah, well, I wasn't looking for a long-term relationship. I was on TV.
George: Yeah, as the suspect in a serial killing.
"The Finale (1)"
Kramer: Jerry, it's LA, nobody leaves. She's a seductress, she's a siren, she's a virgin, she's a horror!!!
and number 1
New York City "Good News, Bad News"
Jerry: She said she couldn't find a decent hotel room.
George: A decent hotel room.
Jerry: Yeah, a decent hotel room. Would it be terribly inconvienient if she stayed at my place?
George: You can't be serious! This is New York City, there are 11 million decent hotel rooms!! What do you need!? A flag?! This is the signal, Jerry, this is the signal!!!
If you would like to do the Stand In section, please e-mail me!
Silly Little Bios
Lou Fillerman--He's new here
A retired, old grouch. Kindhearted, yet utterly corrupt. Guilty of trashpicking and shoplifting, with a prior conviction for a "crime of passion." Adores Jerry, but not as much as cousin Jeffrey. Believes in an anti-Semitic conspiracy. Blew off his eye brows. Always shows up at Jerry's at inconvenient moments. Snitches to Jerry's parents, killing him with kindness. Would not give Helen Seinfeld $50 he owed her since 1941.
Do you know who this is? If so E-mail me with your answer!
Responses must be received by Wed., Apr 17th.
The Lucky Person is...
MRBBALL727 got interviewed this week!
Seinfeld10: Thank you Chris for taking the time to do this interview with me.
MRBBALL727: Thank you for choosing me.
Seinfeld10: Sure thing! So, tell me....who is your favorite character on the show, why, AND what is your favorite quote by them?
MRBBALL727: This is extremely tough, but I am gonna have to chose George. It is extremely close between all of them, take anyone away and the show just isn't the same. But George because of his hilarious things he gets into. I love his quote "Back it up, back it up, beep, beep, beep. Tractor story?" and also, from the same episode "Abort, Abort" and one more..."I flied too close to the sun on wings of pastrami".
MRBBALL727: and another great one is "I want to dip my bald head in oil and rub it all over your body" I can go on and on.
Seinfeld10: Great answer and all are great quotes! ok...we're going to try somehting alittle different in this interview....play word association. ready? :o)
Seinfeld10: Soup Nazi :o)
MRBBALL727: No Soup for you
Seinfeld10: Muffin Stumps
MRBBALL727: Top O the muffin
Seinfeld10: Good one, hehe....Ok....how about......Cereal
Seinfeld10: Ok, one more.... Christmas Card
MRBBALL727: Remember when George was upset about not getting a card and Elaine rubbed his face in her chest.
MRBBALL727: That was another great George moment.
Seinfeld10: Hehe, yeah it was....Ok so tell me Chris, what is your favorite episode and why? ONLY ONE!
MRBBALL727: That is tough........
Seinfeld10: Yup :o)
MRBBALL727: I have to say the glasses because it is hillarious how George gets womens frames and then cons a blind man into trading frames with him.
MRBBALL727: but there are so many great episodes that it is very hard to choose just one.
Seinfeld10: I saw it by squinting!!! Hehe
MRBBALL727: Yea, when he spotted the dime and Jerry was like "I think you planted that thing"
MRBBALL727: That was hillarious
Seinfeld10: Ok, now this next question may be even harder....ready? :o)
MRBBALL727: Ok I am ready for it
Seinfeld10: what is your ONE favorite moment? A scene that you remember so well, that everytime you see it, it cracks you up...JUST ONE!
MRBBALL727: Wow..... ummmmmmmm.
MRBBALL727: It has to be the scene when Jerry is on a date with a deaf lady and George is there and he wants to know if the lady can read lips at a pary for George, and Jerry and George are covering their mouthes by doing different hilarious things like taking a drink and stretching. It's really funny.
Seinfeld10: Yeah, that's a good one! And she says, "sure, I'll do it." LOL
Seinfeld10: Well, I think that about does it for the interview. Is there anything you'd like to say to the subscribers out there? :o)
MRBBALL727: Seinfeld is the greatest show ever made and the greatest show that will ever be made. Jerry George Kramer and Elaine are the best foursome of actors ever to be on a sitcom.
MRBBALL727: Actually I should say Jerry Jason Micheal and Julia
MRBBALL727: I am sure you all agree
Seinfeld10: Very true...Hey, one more for the road....how about - High Five!
Seinfeld10: hehe. Thanks again Chris, had fun. :o)
MRBBALL727: yes me too. Thank you.
MRBBALL727: Seinfeld rules!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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LAST WEEKS TRIVIA - George's Fake and Real Jobs
1) To impress a woman, George passes himself off as what?
2) George always wishes he had what occupation?
3) Where did George tell the unemployment agency he worked at?
4) George's dad got George a job interview for what position?
5) George had a job working for Sid, what was it?
Where did George work as a teenage?
THIS WEEKS TRIVIA - Seinfeld cast away from the set
1) What Disney animated blockbuster hit of 1999 did Wayne Knight (Newman) provide a voice for... he played "Big Al?"
2) What SNL skit-turned-movie did Jason Alexander star in opposite Dan Akyroyd as the neighbor of a "foreigner from another land?"
3) What hit movie featured Michael Richards as an escaped, bow-tie-wearing prisoner who kidnaps a wife and kids from John Ritter?
4) Which of the National Lampoon's "Vacation" movies featured Julia Louis-Dreyfus as the neighbor to Chevy Chase's legendary "Clark W. Griswold?"
5) Which popular modern teen horror flick featured Patrick Warburton (Puddy) as a bodyguard-turned-victim?
On what former television show did Jerry himself have a brief, 3-episode stint opposite the legendary Robert Guillaume... before the show was cancelled?
Respond to the trivia by sending E-mail to Andy
Responses must be received by
Wed., Apr 17th.
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
How many current or former SNL cast members have appeared on Seinfeld?
Brian Doyle-Murray, Janeane Garofalo, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jon Lovitz, Rob
Schneider, Molly Shannon, Chris Parnell
She walks with her arms straight.
Who was she?
Send answers to: Chris
by Wed., March 13th.
What is the name of the Chinese Food Delivery boy that Elaine hits?
Sorry, but all winners were lost.
Mr. Costanza is terrified of what animals?
Send answers to: Allie
Wed., Apr 17th.
Remember the Time When...
Kramer thought George's "winking" meant yes?
Kramer: Ah, Mr. Weatherbee.
George: You got the Yankee envelope?
Kramer: Sure do.
Kramer: Here you go.
George: Hey, hey..
Kramer: You'll be pleased to see what's inside.
George: What is this?
Kramer: You're cut of the loot. Stubs gave me 200 dollars for the autographed birthday card that was inside.
George: Who told you to sell the card?
Kramer: You did.
George: No I didn't!
Kramer: No, not in so many words but I believe we had an understanding. (winks)
George: I was not winking you idiot. That was the grapefruit. It's like acid. I need that card back. It's Mr. Steinbrenner's. I was responsible.
Kramer: Well Stubs has already sold it to some guy who's kid's in the hospital .
George: Well get it back! It's very important. (winks)
Kramer: Look, do you want me to get it back or not?
George: (holds eyes wide open) Get it back!
Thanks to Zup999|at|aol.com
If anyone has any ideas to make this better or moments that they want "remembered," e-mail me.
Last Week's Question:
Ok, now that you've seen "Watching Ellie," what do you really think of it?
the first half was histerical but when she got to the club, not so funny. i don't like the whole she's a mistress thing. by the way she's much prettier than her sister
I would have to watch it another time or two before I decide if I am going to commit to watching it or not. The show was funny at times and the concept is pretty interesting.
awful. plain awful.
I was excited b/c it 's a former cast member of seinfeld. i don't reaaly like it, but i watch it b/c odf julia. i think they need better writers, and they should have two stories going on at the same time, that somehow intertwine. But hey - the first few episodes of seinfeld weren't that funny either - and look how good that show turned out to be!!!
This Week's Question:
Based on what you've seen and heard, do you think there's any difference between the TV Jerry and the real-life Jerry?
Send all poll responses to: Andy
by Wed., Apr 17th.
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!
Kramer (Michael Richards) was in Problem Child? He played a prisoner.
Michael Richards also played in the movie - Trial and Error?
Have a fact? Please e-mail me!
News/TV/Taliban - Maybe I'll turn on the t.v., maybe I'll watch the news. I'll be able to figure it out....they use too many words that you've never heard before. Every news broadcast has words that you've never heard before. When I first heard the word taliban, I thought it was the quit smoking people. One thing that amazes me about Taliban is their band on kites, flying. It's against the law. Flying a kite in Taliban is illegal. Kite flying. What can they possibly worry about? What's the worse that can happen? Maybe they're afraid someone will discover electricity. Maybe someone will invent an electric beard trimmer. I don't even know what's so bad about kites
Lip Liner - There are certain plans I look forward to coming to an end, ladies. The dark outline around the lipstick! We've had enough of that one. I wish I can say it to all the women on behalf of the men on planet earth, we see your lips! We're aware that you have lips! We don't need ground marks. We're not parachuting in. They are just lips. It's not a dead body at a crime scene. Then there are the women that take the lipstick and for some reason, I don't know what goes through their heads, they're putting the lipstick on, and they just decide: they go BEYOND the end of the lip! Where are you going?! When the lip stops, you stop! Do not draw in features wherever you wish to have more lips!
When you're doing nothing people try to find little things for you to do. They think you have a lot of time. To me the most annoying little job that people give each other to do is, "Would you please say hello for me?" "Oh, you're going to see Carl? Oh, is Pam going to be there? Oh, say hello for me. Give them my best, send them my regards, send them my love." How about....no. How about...I'll say hello for me, and if you should ever summon the strength to get off your ass and contact somebody, that'll be your opportunity to say hello for you. Give them by best...Is this really your best? Sending your friends off on foot with this meaningless ancient Greece, Hello from Dave!
The worse one, have you ever had someone follow up on 'a hello for me?' "Hey, when you saw Steve, did you say hello for me like I asked you to?" This is huge balls! This is colossal balls! In fact, give my regards to your ball because you've really got a pair!
Last week's Quote Finisher
"You got a question...."
"...you ask the 8-ball."
This Week's Quote Locator
"This isn't good naked."
Send answers to: Andy
by Wed., Apr 17th.
Seinfeld's Good Manners
When flying on a plane, make sure not to get up while they are serving the meals.
George - Driving 2 hours to the hamptons when he didn't really have a place there and wanted to see how long it would be before the Rosses would admit he is lying.
Thanks to bougie331|at|rogers.com
Kramer - Wanting to sell his stories to Peterman.
Terms & Phrases
Comedians' Revenge - when a comedian, who has been heckled by a member of the audience, takes revenge on that person by going to their place of work and heckles them back
When Jerry first ate at Babu's restaurant, what did he order?
Sorry, but all winners were lost.
What does George do to cover his nervousness when he calls a woman?
What does he eat?
Send Food Answers to: Allie by Wed., Apr 17th.
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)
These are kind of a rhetorical questions; I'm not a New Yorker... After watching "The Stall," two things: 1) are there hills/rocks like the one George, Kramer and Tony climb? And how close to the city? 2) Don't you think that Jane comes out of the bathroom rather quickly without any absorbing agent?
In "The Frogger," Elaine ate sugar at Jerry's for her 4:00 sugar rush. At this time, Elaine told Jerry to go over to his girlfriend's house to break up with her. However, when Jerry and his girlfriend break up, she says it's 9:30 and Jerry says, "we've been breaking up for 10 hrs?" Which means he would of went over at 11:30 in the morning, not after 4:00 in the afternoon.
Ivy Chris Vinney Allie Andy
Vinney's Picks (or No Pick)
"From what I heard, the Serbs are fanatics about their showers." --Newman
"Not from the footage I've seen." - Jerry
"A bra is for ladies. Meet the bro." - Kramer
From the Fans
"Take the pen Jerry. Take the pen"!- Jack Klompas
"Tony, Tony...hey ...hey...hey....pretty boy....hunky Tony."-Jerry
"I want to dip my bald head in oil and rub it all over your body."-George
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"And you want to be my latex salesman. I don't think so"! -Jerry
What was the name of the latex company of this perspective salesman?
This was a piece of cake or babka.
It wasn't one of Fortune 500's- It was Vandelay Industries
"I can't believe you liked that commercial."-Jerry
What was the commercial?
E-mail me with your answer!
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