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August 12, 2001
Sein Language
The Weekly Seinfeld E-mail Newsletter
And Internet Newsletter:
Sein Language Online!

(For NON AOL Subscribers!)
www.Seinlanguage.com

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Writers:

                        Ivy                    Seinfeld10|at|aol.com
                        Chris
                Seinlang|at|home.com
                        Vinney
                VDiMattina|at|aol.com
                        Allie
                Allie52927|at|aol.com
                        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)

Has anyone seen Jason and his new KFC commericals? "There's fast food, and then there's KFC." - Jason. Well, his show is still scheduled for the fall, hopefully it won't be bad and cancel like Michael's. But who are we kidding.
It's not a show without the four of them.

What else, ah, Bubble Boy, lol. I can't believe they made this movie! It looks kinda funny though. A boy in a plastic bubble, haha. It comes out the 24th.


Reminder: Just for the summer, we will be sending the newsletter out bi-weekly. Many of us are busy and have things to do so we don't have much time to work on the newsletter. Sorry.

And 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


My boyfriend Mark has a FRIENDS newsletter. I write for it too. If you would like to subscribe, please e-mail me (Seinfeld10|at|aol.com) or Mark (CHINAND0L0R B0NG|at|aol.com).
Thank you!


Wishing you a happy b-day!
Sein Language would like to wish YOU a Happy Birthday!
If you would like to receive a birthday greeting on your special day, please e-mail Seinfeld10|at|aol.com
(or click here) with your first name and your b-day.

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


Aug 12 Sunday - The Understudy
Aug 13 Monday - The Face Painter
Aug 14 Tuesday - The first half of highlights from the first 100 shows
Aug 15 Wednesday - The second half of highlights from the first 100 shows
Aug 16 Thursday - The Strike
Aug 17 Friday - The Engagement
Aug 18 Saturday - The Postponement
Aug 19 Sunday - The Maestro
Aug 20 Monday - The Secret Code
Aug 21 Tuesday - The Pool Guy
Aug 22 Wednesday - The Sponge
Aug 23 Thursday - The Gum
Aug 24 Friday - The Bizarro Jerry
Aug 25 Saturday - The Little Kicks

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

"The Face Painter"--Tuesday, August 14

George and his girlfriend discuss toilet paper and he is in love. Elaine's boyfriend paints his face and his behavior at a hockey game, disturbs Jerry, Elaine and a passing priest. A monkey throws a banana peel at Kramer, when he throws it back, the monkey becomes depressed and the zoo demands an apology. George tries to tell his girlfriend that he loves her, but her reaction surprises him. Jerry refuses to give the "necessary" follow-up courtesy thank you for the hockey tickets and Kramer is outraged.
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Sound Of The Week
By: Chris

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This week I have some major news! Saturday night I went to see Jerry Seinfeld live doing his new comedy act. And let me tell you it was everything I could have ever dreamed it would be!  His new stuff was just like his old stuff, and to tell you the truth I don't want to give too much away. And to actually see him was such a treat! So after the show I waited outside to see if I could get a glimpse of him getting into his limo. So I waited for like an hour or so and he finally came out to sign some autographs.  I had my little pad of paper ready and a letter I had written him about our little online cult following. So as he was working his way down the line he finally got to me at the end and looked me straight in the face and gave me an autograph  I tell you I was in shock, there was this idol that I had looked at and loved for many years looking right at me! So after he signed my letter I shook his hand and gave him my little piece of fan mail and he moved on. All I could say was "Thanks for everything Jerry!" I was literally shaking and I couldn't believe what had just happened! It was like I was just frozen! I couldn't believe it!  I was also surprised that I was looking him in the eye too. I'm only 6 ft tall and he looks taller than that. So anyway, if you have ever have a chance to go see him Live I HIGHLY recommend it!  It is just the best experience ever! So, that's my little life altering experience for the day. 

Anyway this week's sound of the week is Jerry and the gang talking about the huge ball of oil
.  Have a great week SeinFans!!

And PS.  We didn't get a "Hello Newman" during the question and answer segment!  I was really upset! :)  But I still loved it!


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!"


The Top Ten Superman References
(Taken from the FAQ)


10) "The Caddy" - Jerry refers to Sue Ellen Mischke as "Elaine's Lex Luthor".
9) "The Switch" - Jerry, talking about the woman who would not laugh at his jokes, "...jokes kept bouncing off her like Superman."
8) "The Stock Tip" - George and Jerry discuss whether Superman's hightened senses included a heightened sense of humor.
7) "The Strongbox" - when Elaine dates a poor man, Jerry refers to her as Lois Loan", a reference to Superman's girlfriend Lois Lane.
6) "The Lip Reader" - George compared knowing a lip reader to having Superman as a friend.  Jerry then compared the power to X-ray vision.
5) In "The Marine Biologist" - when Jerry was concerned with getting Testikoff to admit he threw the organizer out the window to help the woman it hit:
Elaine: Why are you so interested, you want to take her out?
Jerry: You know when Superman saves someone no one asks if he's trying to hit on her!
Elaine: Well you're not Superman.
Jerry:  Well you're not Lois Lane.
4) "The Secret Code" - Jerry's Bank card PIN number is "Jor-El", the name of Superman's father.
3) In "The Tape" - when George orders the baldness cure from China, Jerry says, "Imagine no baldness. It'd be like a nation of Supermen."
2) "The Seven" - Jerry, referring to the woman who wears the same dress every day, "Does she wear the same dress every day or does she have a bunch of them like Superman?"  Jerry also called her apartment "the Fortress of Solitude".
1) "The Face Painter" - When George learned that his unreturned "I love you" was not returned because the woman he said it to may have been hard of hearing, he said, "It's like Superman flew around the world and reversed time."

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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Silly Little Bios
By: Chris
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Last Week
Gary Fogle

Winners

BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com

JohnTrvlt1|at|aol.com

PoetAlOrlando|at|aol.com

SayVandelay1|at|aol.com

ranonsen|at|yahoo.com

anachloe|at|zaz.com.br

victoriadiboye_suku|at|hotmail.com


This Week
Gets sprayed with cherry binaca by Elaine, dated Elaine, transformed his apartment into a creepy shrine to Elaine. Stalked Jerry, Kramer, and Elaine - threatened them with violence. A t.v. writer, chemically unbalanced, obsessed with Elaine and opera, sensitive to party slights, prone to quoting John Wilkes Booth.

Do you know who this is? If so E-mail
me with your answer!
Responses must be received by
Friday, Aug. 24th.
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The Lucky Person is...
SMP3385 got interviewed this week!
By: Ivy
TOP


Seinfeld10:   Thank you Sean for taking the time to do this interview with me.  
SMP3385:   What's going on?
Seinfeld10:   Lets start off with the most common question, what is your favorite episode and why?
SMP3385:   My favorite episode is "Nonfat Yogurt" because it, more than any episode shoved the envelope.  I think that's funny.
Seinfeld10:   Yeah, that is a good one. "This is so !|at|#$ good!"
SMP3385:   Yeah. I think that's my favorite.
Seinfeld10:   So please tell me Sean, who is your favorite main and non main character on the show and why?
SMP3385:   I'd have to say George is my favorite main character becuase he's a scum bag!  I haven't seen scum like that since I went to the dentist. Gerorge is the guy you would hate in real life, but LOVE in a sitcom.
SMP3385:   My favorite non-character is Jackie Chiles. For obvious reasons! He's pretty much Johnny Cochrine isn't he?
Seinfeld10:   Good Answers, yeah, I too love George, but Jerry has his funny moments too. Jackie, yeah, funny funny.
Seinfeld10:   Speaking of George, how do you think Jason's new show will be?
SMP3385:   Most likely? Terrible. Just because of the contrast. I'll bet if it was just another actor in the show, it'd be okay. But since Jason's in it, everyone'll expect the brilliance of Seinfeld, and it's not going to happen. He did such a great job in Seinfeld that that will actually hurt his next show. Ironic but true.
Seinfeld10:   I agree, but isn't that what people that of the Michael Richards show? They were expecting the same thing.
Seinfeld10:   They were expecting for it to be a "seinfeld" type thing.
SMP3385:   Exactly. And if Jerry were to do another show it'd be the same thing.  And same with Julia.  This was their only sitcom, all of them.
Seinfeld10:   Julia, wasn't she also suppost to have a show?
SMP3385:   I'm not sure. If she does have a show, don't blink because you'll miss it.  That show'll be off the air faster than Bonds to 49 homers this year.  And again, it's now her, it's the greatness of "Seinfeld."
SMP3385:   It's NOT her, not "it's now her."
Seinfeld10:   Haha, it's just not a show without the four of them. That's a show! Jerry said. When we all have no jobs, and we are all out of money, we'll make another show, LOL.
Seinfeld10:   Gee, how long will that be? haha.
SMP3385:   I don't think they will ever get back together to do another show. I think Jerry, although outnumbered 5 billion to 1, thinks that that's enough of "Seinfeld."
Seinfeld10:   Unfortunatley, that's very true. But Jason is doing some KFC commericals. I'm not sure if you've seen that. But his humor in the commericals remind me of him being on Seinfeld. Just like when Jerry does his American Express commercials. 
SMP3385:   Well, yeah. Just because they're all good actors (Jerry is arguable) doesn't mean they aren't the same people. You think they resemble their characters because they look, talk and have mannorisms just like their characters. And with Jerry, his humor ANYWHERE is going to be similar to the show because the show was based on his comedy!
Seinfeld10:   And it seems to me that everyone wants the show back. Even though it won't be, writers all over are trying to somehow keep the show "alive." What about this new movie, The Bubbleboy. I mean come on, where else do you think they got this from?  :o)
Seinfeld10:   Which by the way looks like a very funny, but stupid movie, LOL.
SMP3385:   Well, "Seinfeld" is a monumentally influencial show. You've got the Bubbleboy, you've got people saying "Yada yada yada." I could name more.  "Seinfeld" has changed the way people live and talk!  That's a pretty big impact wouldn't you say?
Seinfeld10:   I can just see in now...People years from now will open up their History books and will learn all about Seinfeld, LOL. Yeah, huge impact of course. I don't go one day without saying something that refers to Seinfeld. 
SMP3385:   Exactly! Yesterday I called my friend a "re-gifter" because he loaned me a beach towel that someone else had left there!
Seinfeld10:   haha. And for me...My boyfriend came back from New York and bought me a hat...About a week later, he asked for it back!!! I called him an "Indian Giver." LOL.
SMP3385:   You mean... A person who... Umm... Gives you something and then...  umm.. Tries to uh... tries to take it back.
Seinfeld10:   LOL. Man, I can go on all day...haha. Well, Sean thank you again for taking the time to do this interview with me. It was a lot of fun and a lot of laughs. Any last words to the readers out there?
SMP3385:    Try to honestly think of the last time you actually laughed watching Seinfeld. You might say, "I laugh all the time, it's halarious." It is halarious, but I find that some people are so wrapped up into the show, and love the show so much that the comedy is not what they are focusing on. They love the characters so much that they forget what it is, a comedy! So, remember, although "Seinfeld" is a monumentally influencial show and it's original in so many ways, all it is, is a half hour sitcom. So keep it in perspective, watch it for the comedy, because it's just a show, there's a lot better things to love in life than a TV show.
SMP3385:   Thanks.
Seinfeld10:   Thank you!


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

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Trivia
By: Andy
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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) Where did Elaine's luggage end up when she offended the baggage handler in "The Airport?"
-Hawaii
2) In "The Red Dot," what was Elaine drinking that her alcoholic boyfriend picked up by mistake.
-Vodka and Cranberry Juice
3) When Kramer barged in on Jerry when he was with Sidrah in "The Implant," what did he want to borrow from Jerry?
-Bathing suit
4) During what movie did Jerry & Rachel make out for 3 straight hours?
-Schindler's List
5) Why did the used clothing store salesman burn all of Frank Costanza's cabana clothes?
-They had moths in them.

Winners
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com
ranonsen|at|yahoo.com
JEFF PETE 808|at|aol.com
KRDYLAN|at|aol.com
PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
ABassCube|at|mac.com
Cdavo|at|aol.com
KelSpirit12|at|aol.com
shazam|at|ptd.net

IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION
Name one of the 4 items George had to buy from the newsstand in order to break his $100 bill in "The Dinner Party."
-Gum, Newspaper, Clark Bar, Penthouse Forum

Winners

BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com
Arniekins1|at|aol.com
ranonsen|at|yahoo.com
Mattstrb09|at|aol.com
JEFF PETE 808|at|aol.com
Pasta36685|at|aol.com
PHOXZI85|at|aol.com
AofSpades7|at|aol.com
KRDYLAN|at|aol.com

PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
ABassCube|at|mac.com
Cdavo|at|aol.com
KelSpirit12|at|aol.com
shazam|at|ptd.net


Trivia Masters
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com
ranonsen|at|yahoo.com
JEFF PETE 808|at|aol.com
KRDYLAN|at|aol.com
PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
ABassCube|at|mac.com
Cdavo|at|aol.com
KelSpirit12|at|aol.com
shazam|at|ptd.net

THIS WEEKS TRIVIA
1) Who ended up with George's toupee in "The Beard?"
2) How did George find out what the "bald woman" looked like before he met her in person?
3) Who gave Kramer the balm that cleared up his coffee burn?
4) How did George actually end up "reading" Breakfast at Tiffany's?
5) In "The Wink," what type of fruit pulp did Jerry squirt into George's eye?

IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION 
The homeless guy in "The Beard" was also featured in a later episode, also as a homeless guy. Which episode was it?


Respond to the trivia by sending E-mail to Andy
Responses must be recieved by
Friday, Aug. 24th.
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 star of "Pee Wee's Big Adventure" played David in "The Dinner Party", a date of someone Elaine knew who took their spot in line and the last Chocolate Bobka?  (HINT: The answer is not Pee-Wee Herman)

Answer
Mark Holton
(And just so you all know Paul Rubans and Pee Wee Herman are the same person)

Winners
JohnTrvlt1|at|aol.com

anachloe|at|zaz.com.br


This Week
What celebrity car did George think he was buying in "The Mom and Pop Store" episode?

Send answers to: Chris

by Friday, Aug. 24th.
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Guess?
By: Allie

Last Week
What is the name of Jerry's barber?

Answer

Enzo

Winners
anachloe|at|zaz.com.br
ranonsen|at|yahoo.com

BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com
PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
RhodeDawg|at|aol.com
Pqgrassa|at|aol.com

This Week
What did Tim Whatley give Jerry for Superbowl tickets?

Send answers to: Allie
Friday, Aug. 24th.
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Remember the Time When...
By: Ivy

Jerry was accused of being a Criminal in The Final?


Hoyt: State your name.
Bookman: Bookman, Joe Bookman.
Hoyt: And what's your occupation?
Bookman: I'm a library cop.
Hoyt: What does a library cop do?
Bookman: We chase down library delinquents.
Hoyt: Anyone in this room ever delinquent?
Bookman: Yeah, he was. Right over there - Seinfeld.
Hoyt: How long was his book overdue?
Bookman: 25 years. We don't call them delinquent after that long.
Hoyt: What do you call them?
Bookman: Criminals.

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:
Of the fab four, who has the best scream/yell when screaming/yelling at others?


George..... definetley. He is so funny, and melodramatic.
Stephie0385|at|aol.com

JERRY;HE DOESN'T SCREAM OR RAISE HIS VOICE. I LIKE HIS PLACID, NON-INVOLVED DEMEANOR.
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com

Elaine--definitely! Her whole face gets evil, it's so hilarious! And she scares the $%#|at| out of people, too, when she does that.
Actrss16|at|aol.com

although jerry's funny when he's like "alright!" i dont know if that counts but definately the funniest is george "would you shut your traps!quit kicking the seats!" lol im sure i messed up the quote but then he's like if you dont w'ere gonna have to take this outside and they just are like sorry .  he's the best
NikeRyan14|at|aol.com

Elaine. "Get Out"!!!!
PHOXZI85|at|aol.com

Kramer....hands down!!
LCCNTRYROX|at|aol.com

Kramer cause he uses hand gestures for added effect!
Cocoa1508|at|aol.com

Either Kramer (When he holds out his hand and goes "Aaaaaahhhhhhh"), or
George.

ABassCube|at|mac.com

George, because he has what I call "Instant Rage" he just goes off when you least expect it
KRDYLAN|at|aol.com

GEORGE! I LOVE IT WHEN HE GETS MAD AND STARTS YELLING AT JERRY.
daniel_cueto|at|yahoo.com

I was always fond of the civil, loving way Frank and Estelle showed their admiration for one another in a never-ending series of loud, piercing shouting and yelling. Touching, I must say!
Out of the fab four, though, the one that comes to mind is the classic Elaine "Get OUT!!"
shazam|at|ptd.net

This Week's Question:
Recently, they aired "The Beard," a memorable episode in which Jerry is administered a polygraph/lie detector test in order to prove that he lied about the fact that he does watch Melrose Place. Put yourself in Jerry's shoes: Pretend you are being administered a polygraph- what TV show(s), music, or movies would you end up admitting that you like (shows that you might not want people to know that you like)? It's time to let the cat out of the bag. 

Send all poll responses to: Andy

by Friday, Aug. 24th.

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

DID YOU NOTICE THAT "THE MAN IN THE CAPE." FRANK COSTANZAS' LAWYER WAS PLAYED BY NONE OTHER THAN LARRY DAVID, THE CO-CREATOR OF THE SHOW, IN THE EPISODE" THE CHINESE WOMAN.?" HE ALSO SOLD THE GUM TO GEORGE IN THE EPISODE "THE GUM" EVEN THOUGH HE WAS HIDDEN BEHIND GLASS. LARRY DAVID WAS VERY CAMERA SHY UNTIL HE BEGAN HIS HBO COMEDY "CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM".
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com

LAUREN BOWLES WHO PLAYS THE YOUNG BLOND WAITRESS AT THE COFFEE SHOP IN LATTER EPISODES IS ACTUALLY THE HALF-SISTER OF JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS.
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com

Have a fact? Please e-mail me!

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Stand Up
By: Chris
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SPECIAL SEINFELD COMEDY TOUR 2001 STAND UP EDITION

As you all read above I saw Jerry live last night and this is just one joke that I can remember:

Why is it that baby products always have to have a picture of a goddamn baby on it?  What is it that I think I'm trying to buy when I go to pick up Huggies? "These aren't elegant dinner napkins! These look like something that you wipe a babies ass with!"

Trust me, it sound much funnier when you hear Jerry himself say it instead of in your head  Plus I'm not sure exactly how accurate I am but the point is made. :)
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"Quote" Finisher/Locator
By: Andy

Last week's Quote Locator
"Hey, Jerry shaved his chest."


Answer
The Muffin Tops

Winners
PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
ABassCube|at|mac.com
anachloe|at|zaz.com.br
Bosko1627|at|aol.com


This Week's Quote Finisher
"You're not out there! You can't be, because *I* am out there. And if I see
*you* out there, there's not enough..."

Finish the WHOLE quote.

Send answers to: Andy
by Friday, Aug. 24th.
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Ivy's Stuff

Seinfeld's Good Manners
When in bed with a women, and she starts talking about her panties, don't say, "Are those the panties your mother laid out for you."

Crazy Ideas
Geroge - Trying to get away with wearing a toupe.

Puddy - Stealing Jerry's move.

Terms & Phrases
Shicksappeal - a female person not of the Jewish faith, who is found to be attractive to Jewish males, especially horny teenagers who had just been Bar-Mitzvahed
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Food Trivia
By: Andy
TOP

Last Week
What flavor yogurt was Jerry eating in the beginning scene of "The Non-Fat Yogurt?"

Answer

Coffee (and they grind the beans up right inside)

Winners
shazam|at|ptd.net

(If you also said coffee, I apologize, but I lost the food winners
send your name in again and I will give you credit in the next NL)


This Week
Elaine is a self-professed vegetarian, although she occasionally eats one
kind of food that is not on the vegetarian diet.
What is this food?


Send Food Answers to: Andy by Friday, Aug. 24th.
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

Jerry and George, went to high school in the 70s. We know this because of the flashback in the episode about the overdue library book. However, in the frogger (which takes place at the present day, 1998) Jerry asks Elaine, if she would like to go to Jerry & George's old high school hangout, the pizza place which is closing. When they get there, they are looking at the frogger machine that they used to play (presumably in high school, because thats where they hung out) and George notices that he still has the high score. He says "No one has beaten me in like, 10 years." Which would've made it 1988. If they graduated in the 70s, how is that their high school hangout? Also, in the episode where an NYU reporter says that Jerry & George are gay, Kramer points out that they are late 30s, neat, and single... that wouldve made them at least late 20s (if not older, since the report was a few years before the frogger) , 10 years before, when george had the frogger high score. Are Jerry and George really big idiots, graduating school in their late 20s? Or did Seinfeld writers make a big mistake?
Stephie0385|at|aol.com


At the end of The Soup Nazi, when Newman is running home to get a pot for jambalaya, Jerry starts running home to get a pot too... but why does he run in the opposite direction than Newman, if they live in the same building?
daniel_cueto|at|yahoo.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
TOP

Vinney's Picks (or No Pick)
"Of course everyone gets along great, when there is no possibility of sex."- Jerry

"If it's in the garbage, it's garbage." - Jerry

From the Fans
"Yes. And listen to this, listen to this; her uncle works for the Yankees and he's gonna get me a job interview. A front office kind of thing. Assistant to the traveling secretary. A job with the New York Yankees! This has been the dream of my life ever since I was a child, and it's all happening because I'm completely ignoring every urge towards common sense and good judgment I've ever had. This is no longer just some crazy notion. Jerry, this is my religion." - George
(from Seinfeld10|at|aol.com)

"This is so BLEEP good." - Jerry referring to the nonfat yogurt
(from JohnTrvlt1|at|aol.com)


Send in your quotes! Click here.


Last Week
"So you think he was expecting a roll in the supportive hay"?- Jerry

Who did Jerry think was expecting to put the moves on Elaine on her new mattress?


Answer
This was a tough one. It was Hal Kitzmiller.

Winners
anachloe|at|zaz.com.br

BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com

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"It should be the traditional route- years of failure and rejection, until she's spit out of the bottom of the porno industry." - Jerry

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