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April 9, 2001
Sein Language
The Weekly Seinfeld E-mail Newsletter
And Internet Newsletter:
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Writers:

                        Ivy                    Seinfeld10|at|aol.com
                        Chris
                Seinlang|at|home.com
                        Vinney Dee
        VDiMattina|at|aol.com
                        Allie
                Allie52927|at|aol.com
                        Andy
                JohnTrvlt1|at|aol.com

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News
By: Ivy
TOP

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All I send you is: upcoming episodes for the next 2 weeks.
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Being it's a holiday week, we would like to wish everyone a Happy Passover and a Happy Easter.

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

Apr. 9 Monday - The Virgin
Apr. 10 Tuesday - The Shoes
Apr. 11 Wednesday - The Handicap Spot
Apr. 12 Thursday - The Pilot (Part 1 of 2)
Apr. 13 Friday - The Pilot (Part 2 of 2)
Apr. 14 Sat. or Apr. 15 Sun. - The Subway

Go here to find scripts for these episodes:
Thanks to Ian's Seinfeld Scripts
!!!
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Pick Of The Week
By: Chris

Apr. 10 Tuesday - The Shoes

Jerry and George struggle to keep their idea for a TV series alive, one of their problems is they don't know how to do the Elaine character. Jerry meets an old girlfriend he never could kiss, later Kramer gets the opportunity. The ex-girlfriend talks about Elaine's shoes, mainly because she wants them. George is caught staring at the cleavage of the daughter of the NBC executive who is approving their script. Elaine's cleavage provides a means to turn the tables on him.
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Seinfeld Site Of The Week

How To Make It In The Music Business

Not Seinfeld related, but I promised one of our subscribers I'd post it.
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Sound Of The Week
By: Chris

TOP

Hello loyal subscribers! Well I made it back from my spring break trip to Florida and I had a blast (if ya know what I mean) =). If any of you have some great spring break stories I would love to hear about them!  Maybe I can share a some of mine with you.  Anyway, this week's sound of the week is Jerry catching Kramer doing some reading
. Have a great week!

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!"

Top Ten Kramer Ideas

10) Insisting he deserves the $100 prize because a bank's everybody-gets-a-hello policy was violated when he got a "Hey" instead.
9) The Bro--a Bra for chesty men.
8) Training Little Jerry Seinfeld, his own cockfighting champion.
7) Hot Tub in his living room - "Oh, it's a beauty! It's got these high-volume aqua-sage jets oscillating and pulsating, soothing your every aching muscle. The water's gonna get over 120 degrees!"
6) Adopting a highway and cleaning it himself, even washing the traffic signs in Jerry's kitchen sink.
5) Putting Kramerica Industries to
work developing a rubber bladder for oil tankers to prevent oil spills. - "You see the idea is for a rubber ball inside the tanker so if it crashes, the oil wonâÄ™t spill out."
4) Levels - "I'm completely changing the configuration of the apartment. You're not gonna believe it when you see it. A whole new lifestyle."
3) Using butter as an aftershave moisturizer, then accidentially frying himself while sunbathing on the roof, thereby acquiring a special Newman-tormenting scent.
2) Reverse Peephole - "Our policy is, we're comfortable with our bodies. You know, if someone wants to help themselves to an eyefull, well, we say, 'Enjoy the show.'"
1) Make your own pizza - "Yeah, we give you the dough, you smash it, you pound it, you fling it in the air; and then you get to put your sauce and you get to sprinkle your cheese,and they - you slide it into the oven."....."It's all supervised!"


Do you have of a good top ten idea you'd like for us to do, e-mail us.
Ivy   Chris   Vinney   Allie   Andy
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Silly Little Bios
By: Chris
TOP

Last Week
Mike Moffit

Winners

Seinfeld10|at|aol.com

PoetAlOrlando|at|aol.com

LauLiPoP114885|at|aol.com

Shembee05|at|aol.com

smuckers55|at|hotmail.com

RhodeDawg|at|aol.com

JohnTrvlt1|at|aol.com

RUDY4523|at|aol.com

Pasta36685|at|aol.com

Spongwrthie|at|aol.com

Feelalrite1|at|aol.com

tdigiano2|at|yahoo.com

Stephie0385|at|aol.com

TSnyder752|at|aol.com

Pqgrassa|at|aol.com

AnGeLz105|at|aol.com

ClumsyShyBoy|at|aol.com


This Week
For this weeks mystery man you're going to have to think back in the early Seinfeld days. This guy dated Elaine for a while. Jerry thought that it wasn't right for Elaine to be going out with him, even though he is a famous writer. Later in the episode he collapses on his way up to Jerry's apartment. They call 911, but the ambulance couldn't get there because of "Some short guy running around parking cars." Later in the episode, Elaine is back at his apartment helping him with his chores. Elaine tells him, "I love paying your bills, doing your laundry. Good stuff! Good stuff!" But she breaks up with him because it is just to much for her. Later she sees him in the Subway and finds out that he only used her for sex.

Do you know who this is? If so E-mail
me with your answer!
Responses must be recieved by
Friday, April 13th
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The Lucky Person is...
DFrank1068 got interviewed this week!
By: Chris
TOP


Seinfeld10:    Thank you for taking the time to do this interview with me Frank...now, the world is dying to know...what is your favorite Seinfeld episode?
DFrank1068:    I honestly have a hard time picking out one particular show, but  when forced to answer that question I would say The Boyfriend with Keith Hernandez
Seinfeld10:    That's the first time anyone has ever said that episode. Why do you like that one so much?
DFrank1068:    Well I'm a big sports fan (West Coast teams) and I can identify with the idea of meeting one of your sports heroes and becoming friends with him.
Seinfeld10:    Yeah, I guess I can see that, haha. So tell me...this is a hard one, but what is your favorite Seinfeld quote?
Seinfeld10:    It can be from any character
DFrank1068:    I've always liked "That's a shame." used by Jerry numerous times during the history of the show. It's not one of your big wave type quotes but I laugh whenever I hear it & use it whenever I see something dramatic or unfortunate happen. 
Seinfeld10:    I agree. Althought I like, "Alright!" A lot. Especially when he does that thing with his arm, it's hilarious.
Seinfeld10:    So tell me Frank, what do you think of Jerry's new stand up seen on Letterman?
DFrank1068:    I thought he looked fresh and re-energized. The material was classic Seinfeld, yet new as promised. The only thing that bothered me was his hair. It looked like he got hit by one of those "low flow" showerheads again . I guess it's just getting a little thin up there. (Maybe he'll catch George!!) . 
Seinfeld10:    Yes, he does look like he's aging fast, but I guess that's also because of the new baby. 
Seinfeld10:    Which is sooo cute, by the way!
DFrank1068:    You didn't think Jerry was going to have an"UGLY" baby did you?
Seinfeld10:    no way! haha...I was waiting for Jerry to say to Letterman, "David, You gotta see the baby!"...."Isn't she breathtaking?" LOL
DFrank1068:    I wonder if Dave would have gotten the joke?
DFrank1068:    I know the millions of fans would have.
Seinfeld10:    Only if he watches the show!  :o)
Seinfeld10:    She will be some lucky kid!
Seinfeld10:    I wonder if he'll make his kid watch the re-runs, lol
DFrank1068:    I wonder what she will think of the show when she gets of age to watch it ?
Seinfeld10:    "Hey, you know my dad is one funny guy." lol
DFrank1068:    I get the strange feeling that Jerry does not "treasure" the show like the fans do. 
Seinfeld10:    i know, that's the sad thing :o(
Seinfeld10:    I just hope the re-runs will be on a looong time!
DFrank1068:    I think it's the stand-up comedian in him. You only as good as your last performance. Last week, last year are history. 
Seinfeld10:    I really like his new stand up a lot.
DFrank1068:    I'm sure the re-runs will be here for along time. The down-side of that is that DVD box sets etc will take many many years before they are available. 
Seinfeld10:    Well, they are slowly putting some shows on Seinfeld. I know they already have Friends...I'm sure they will have Seinfeld on DVD soon. Maybe not all the eps, but I'm sure a Top Ten DVD.
DFrank1068:    That will be nice especially if they are un-cut.
Seinfeld10:    and bloopers!
DFrank1068:    I've heard the quality of the blooper tapes going around is very very poor- video and even audio portions
Seinfeld10:    Well, Frank, that's about all the time I have. Thank you again for taking this time to do the interview. Is there anything you'd like to say to the subscribers?
DFrank1068:    I hope all the Seinfeld fans will stay the course and keep the show alive in society. It truely is one of the best sitcoms ever to come across your tv screen...
Seinfeld10:    I agree! Thank you again.
DFrank1068:    I'm outta here!! (Always go out on a high note!)


**NOTE: If I have talked to you about doing an interview and we haven't worked out a time yet, please e-mail me at seinlang|at|home.com or look for me online AOL SN:  SeinfeldLang. Thanks all!**

What to be the next person to be interviewed?
Send a e-mail to Chris

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Trivia
By: Andy
TOP


HEY, DO YOU HAVE IDEAS FOR TRIVA QUESTIONS? SEND THEM TO ME!


LAST WEEKS TRIVIA
(Thanks to ranonsen|at|yahoo.com)
1. WHat song did Kramer sing with Mel Torme at the AMCA benefit dinner?
-When you're smiling/The whole world smiles with you.
2. What does AMCA stand for? 
Able Mentally Challenged Adults
3. What was the name of the man who ran into the woods and dug a hole and sat in it anytime he got upset (who got Jerry the van)... I need a first and last name.
-Frankie Merman
4. What was the one downside to the brown suede jacket that Jerry wore to dinner with Elaine's father.
-It had white and pink stripes on the interior lining.  He looked like a circus freak when he turned it inside out. And when it started snowing, Jerry wanted to turn it inside out.
5. What's Elaine's father's full name?
-Alton Benes.

Winners
Shembee05|at|aol.com
Cpz28|at|aol.com
Spongwrthie|at|aol.com
Stephie0385|at|aol.com
Creed5075|at|aol.com

IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION
(Thanks to KRDYLAN|at|aol.com)
What is the exterior color of David Puddy's car (that he lent to Elaine)? 
-White.

Winners

Shembee05|at|aol.com
Stephie0385|at|aol.com
Spongwrthie|at|aol.com
ClumsyShyBoy|at|aol.com


Trivia Masters

Shembee05|at|aol.com
Stephie0385|at|aol.com
Spongwrthie|at|aol.com

THIS WEEKS TRIVIA - Baseball themed since the baseball season just opened
1. What was George's official job title with the Yankees?
2. What team's executives did George entertain and "curse with" in "The Hot Tub?"
3. Why did George Steinbrenner take George's desk apart?
4. Who beat George out to the Mets job?  (I need a name on this one)
5. How many years was George with the Yankees?

IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION
How did George get his job with the Yankees?
(Give an explanation and I'll judge if it's correct.)


Respond to the trivia by sending E-mail to Andy
Responses must be recieved by
Friday, April 13th
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
Many presidents have been mentioned during Seinfeld, in fact a total of 14 presidents without mentioning Martin VanBurean. How many can you name?

Answer
Abraham Lincoln
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Gerald Ford
Grover Cleveland
James Knox Polk
John F. Kennedy
Lyndon B. Johnson
Martin Van Buren
Millard Fillmore
Ronald Reagan
Richard M. Nixon
Teddy Roosevelt
William Jefferson Clinton
Woodrow Wilson

Winners
Seinfeld10|at|aol.com

Oren567|at|aol.com

Shembee05|at|aol.com


This Week
Keeping with the leader of government theme: Name as many of the world leaders as you can (HINT: there are 9 total)

Send answers to: Chris

by Friday, April 13th
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Guess?
By: Allie

Last Week
In "The Limo" what book did O'brien write?

Answer

The Big Game

Winners
Feelalrite1
|at|aol.com
JujjyFruit
|at|aol.com
Glu snifr
|at|aol.com
Oren567
|at|aol.com
Shembee05
|at|aol.com
Pqgrassa
|at|aol.com
ClumsyShyBoy|at|aol.com


This Week
What is the full name of the cashier at Monk's Coffee Shop?

Send answers to: Allie
Friday, April 13th
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Remember the Time When...
By: Ivy

Jerry and George argue over whose parents are crazier in "The Puffy Shirt"

Jerry: My father has never thrown out anything ever.

George: My father wears his sneakers in the pool. In the pool!

Jerry: My mother has never set foot into a natural body of water. (walks to table. George grabs him)

George: Listen closely. My mother has never laughed, never giggled, never te-heed, never went ha!

Jerry: Smirk?

George: Maybe!! And I'm moving back in there!!

(Thanks to nirbraves|at|yahoo.com)


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:
As we all know, Jerry and the gang came up with a about a million bizarro reasons for dumping their "significant others" (i.e. she had manhands, he's a regifter, she's a two-face, she's got the jimmy legs, etc.)... this week I want you to pick one of the four, and come up with a bizarro reasons for them to break up with their significant others... but, it has to be a reason that was never used in any show.

"Jerry, he has two left feet." - Elaine
"Can I possible date someone that doesn't like to be clean?" - Jerry
"She never had food in her house for me." - Kramer
"She likes to sleep with stuffed animals." - George
Seinfeld10|at|aol.com

Elaine: "It was already two weeks since I broke up with Puddy and I dont want to make  a long committment."
Zup999|at|aol.com

"she sleeps sitting up!!"
CMorri0419|at|aol.com

Jerry breaking up with a woman because her apartment is too messy, or because she hates Superman or cereal.
Shembee05|at|aol.com

I would break up w/ my girlfriend if she refused for me to refer to her as "Lainey" in the bedroom.
Buckphila|at|aol.com

Jerry breaks up with a girl because she's allergic to milk....hence, she can't enjoy a good bowl of cereal
Kramer breaks up with a girl because she's a hairdresser and she wants to tame his locks
George breaks up with a girl because she likes his parents
Elaine breaks up with a guy because he's a gum snapper
YaadahYada|at|aol.com


This Week's Question:
This week's poll is easy and fun. Just send in the quotes.  They can be your favorite quotes, catchy quotes, quotes you find yourself reciting all the time- they can be short ones, long ones, soliloquy quotes, etc. Send as many or as few as you like. This poll will be used in conjunction with next week's Top Ten List: Top Ten Seinfeld Quotes. Giddy-up!

Send all poll responses to: Andy

by Friday, April 13th

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

Remember when Kramer worked at H&H bagels, well they're a real bagel company, they sell frozen bagels...not the greatest though

Oren567|at|aol.com


Alec Berg worked on the show and they used his name for the character that gave out the New Jersey Devils playoff tickets in The Face Painter.
CMorri0419|at|aol.com
Cpz28|at|aol.com


Have a fact? Please e-mail me!

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Stand Up
By: Chris
TOP

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!
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Character Bios!
By: Ivy

The Woman Behind Laura the Lip Reader (Marlee Matlin)...

    As many of us know, Marlee Matlin has gained fame in the world of big screen acting as an accomplished, hearing impaired actress.  Her most renowned role to date would have to be her Oscar-winning turn as the deaf student of William Hurt in the classic tale "Children of a Lesser God."  Her accomplishments in the film alone are accolades enough to distinguish her from many other members of the acting community- not to mention the rare accomplishment of receiving a best actress Oscar in her feature film debut and becoming the youngest actress (at 21) to receive such a stupendous honor.  However, it is probably her remarkably clever lip-reading skills, and the way they were honed in this classic Seinfeld episode, that Marlee will truly be remembered for by us Seinfeld enthusiasts.     
       Born and raised in Morton Grove, Illinois, Marlee started acting at the age of seven in the role of Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz" at a children's theatre company in Chicago. After performing on stage throughout Chicago and the midwest, Marlee was discovered in a stage production of Mark Medoff's Tony Award-winning play, "Children of a Lesser God," and, following an extensive international search for the lead role of Sarah Norman, the producers of the film version selected her to star opposite William Hurt.  Marlee followed up her work on 'Children' with another feature "Walker" costarring acclaimed screen star Ed Harris.  At that time, while filming in Nicaragua, Marlee took time to visit hearing and hearing impaired children, as she has done throughout her travels to Australia, Yugoslavia, England, Italy, Germany, Russia, Mexico and Canada.
       Her other major film credits include the French Film "The Man in the Golden Mask" (1992), "The Linguini Incident" (1992), "The Player" (1993), and "It's my Party" (1996).  She has also starred in several cable and TV movies including "Freak City" (1998) for Showtime, "Bridge to Silence" her 1989 TV debut on CBS, "Against Her Will: The Carrie Buck Story" (1994) for which she was nominated for a Cable Ace award for Best Actress, and "Where the Truth Lies" (1999) for Lifetime. 
       Her career has not been limited to big screen and TV movies, as she has also  found renowned success as a small screen actress.  Aside from guest roles on ABC's "Spin City" opposite Michael J. Fox, HBO's former "The Larry Sanders Show," NBC's "ER," CBS's "Judging Amy," guest spots on Sesame Street and several MTV and Nickelodeon specials, and the honor of signing the national Anthem at Superbowl XXVII, Marlee has had regular roles on well-known TV shows including a two-year stint on "Picket Fences" she experienced a phenomenon only experienced by Lucille Ball 45 years ago- she gave birth in real life on the same day that her character gave birth on her respective show.
       Marlee has even made guest appearances in a few music videos, including Billy Joel's memorable anthem "We Didn't Start the Fire," and the legendary country singer Garth Brooks' "We Shall Be Free," (whom she also performed with at Superbowl XXVII).  Marlee has been nominated for numerous awards (including a guest starring Emmy for her memorable Seinfeld performance), and has received numerous accolades over the years for her work on the big and small screen; but it is perhaps her undying devotion to worthwhile causes offscreen for which Marlee is considered a true hero. 
       In 1994, Marlee was appointed by President Bill Clinton to the Board of Directors for the Corporation for National Service. The Board, which was confirmed by the Senate, oversees Americorps, which involves nearly a million Americans a year who volunteer in their communities.  In 1995, she served as Honorary Chairperson for National Volunteer Week on behalf of President Clinton and was honored at a ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House.          Marlee currrently serves as the national spokesperson for VITAC, the largest provider of television closed captioning and has spoken on behalf of closed captioning throughout the world including Russia, Australia, England, France and italy. She also serves on the boards of a number of charitable organizations including Very Special Arts, the Startlight Foundation, the TRIPOD School, as well as those charities which primarily benefit children.      
       Marlee makes her home in the greater Los Angeles area. She and her husband, law enforcement officer Kevin Grandalski, welcomed their first child, Sarah Rose, in January, 1996.
       But we'll always remember George's most unusual request of her lip-reading abilities ("Look it's a skill, just like juggling, she probably enjoys showing it off.")

Thanks to Andy

Is there someone you would like to know more about? Please e-mail me.
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"Quote" Finisher
By: Andy

Last Week
"But I did; my boyfriend said I got gonorrhea from...


Answer
"...riding the tractor in my bathing suit." (Sophie, the "it's me" girl, revealing the truth of the tractor story in "The Burning."

Winners
PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
YaadahYada|at|aol.com
LauLiPoP 114885|at|aol.com
BklynRat|at|aol.com
Zup999|at|aol.com
Shembee05|at|aol.com
Oren567|at|aol.com
FlorecitadeRock|at|aol.com
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SwtBabe84|at|aol.com
RUDY4523|at|aol.com
Pasta36685|at|aol.com
KelSpirit12|at|aol.com
Spongwrthie|at|aol.com
Feelalrite1|at|aol.com
Stephie03852|at|aol.com
AmyClem2|at|aol.com
AnGeLz105|at|aol.com
Seinfeld10|at|aol.com
CshMoNy699|at|aol.com


This Week
"You tell that son of a bitch that no Yankee is ever comin to Houston- not as long as..."

NOTE: Remember that above all, I'm looking for the quote to be finished- which means that only one person is speaking a line, and you have to finish that line;  If someone else says something in response to that line, that's not what I'm looking for, I'm just looking for the quote to be finished, not answered. Then if you can tell me who said it and what episode it came from, that would be nice too. GOOD LUCK!

Send answers to: Andy
by Friday, April 13th
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Games
By: Chris
TOP

Last Week
Ok, one more poem, but this time I want you to use break ups.
Think of the best  3 to 5 break ups mentioned on the show and use them in a poem.


Responses
She's too tan, she's too good, she wasn't my type,
For nine straight seasons we got all the hype.
He's a regifter, she had jimmy legs, She had hands like mine,
She laughed like Elmer Fudd, she eats her peas one at time.
Got gonorrhea from a tractor, gave me the it's me,
Wouldn't let me break up with her, talks to her split peas.
Why are the four of us single, because we all we do is pick..
No not our noses, that's a different episode.
JohnTrvlt1|at|aol.com

(Great Poem!)

This Week
How many Seinfeld related words can you make out of:

Elaine Marie Benes

Rules:
Words must be Seinfeld related
Words must contain more than three letters
You can not use the same letter more than once


Send answers to: Chris
by Friday, April 13th
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Ivy's Stuff

Seinfeld's Good Manners
Don't prepare a dinner in the shower, it's germs!  :o)

Crazy Ideas
Kramer - Pretending to be a business man (T.C.B.)

The Gang - The Contest (tisk tisk)  :o)

Terms & Phrases
Magic Loogie - when someone spits at someone else in contempt, and the following happens; the spit hits the first person, then makes a right turn in midair (mind you) and hits a second person in the shoulder, causing him/her to drop their baseball cap.
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Food Trivia
By: Andy
TOP

Last Week
Where are the Macinaw peaches from?

Answer

Right, the ones from Oregon that are only ripe for 2 weeks.

Winners
Spongwrthie|at|aol.com

This Week
What food of Jerry's does he not want George eating with his bare fingers?

Send Food Answers to: Andy by Friday, April 13th
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 Opposite," Kramer tells Regis and Kathie Lee that he thought of the idea for his coffee table book while skiing.  However, he really thought of the idea in George's house after Jerry put a coffee stain on George's parents' coffee table.
Shembee05|at|aol.com

How could Kramer stay in the shower all day and night and not run out of hot water in "The Apology?" Especially in a New York City apartment. That hot water would probably be out in like a half hour at the most.
JohnTrvlt1|at|aol.com


Know of a spoof, any mistake you found on Seinfeld?
Please e-mail them to anyone of us, thanks!


Ivy   Chris   Vinney   Allie   Andy
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Seinfeld Quotes
By: Vinney Dee
TOP

Vinney's Picks (or No Pick)
"I discovered something better than make-up sex- fugitive sex." - George

"You can't deliver the mail." - Newman
"Why not"? - Jerry
"It is just walking putting it in boxes." - Newman

"We're not gay. Not that there's anything wrong with that." -Jerry

From the Fans
George: I need an outlet.
Slippery Pete: What?
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"What's my problem? Punks like you, that's my problem. And you better not screw up again Seinfeld, because if you do, I'll be all over you like a pit bull on a poodle."

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Answer
It was Lieutenant Bookman of the library police.

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