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September 9, 2001
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Writers:

                        Ivy                    Seinfeld10|at|aol.com
                        Chris
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                        Vinney
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                        Allie
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                        Andy                Johntrvlt1|at|aol.com

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News
By: Ivy
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New Section!!!
"The Stand-In"
Yes this is the title of a famous Seinfeld Episode, but not for the purposes of this Newsletter. We've found in the past that we get quite a bit of "Seinsight" and Seinknowledge from you, our subscribers. You make more contributions to our newsletter than you realize, and this is our opportunity to give something back to you. So we have created this new section for you, the subscribers. Only, the reason we call this section "The Stand-In" is because, you are going to create this section for us in each newsletter. It's very simple. Each week, I (Seinfeld10|at|aol.com) will choose one of you, our subscribers, and will e-mail you with the opportunity to participate in this section. Then, if you accept, you will have free reign to create any kind of section you wish. You can create an existing section or make up one of your choice. It can be a poll section, a trivia section, games, quotes, or something original that you think of. Anything that tickles your fancy. (If you choose a section such as poll or trivia, you will have to take in the responses to your question(s). Now, should you choose to accept this unique opportunity to contribute anything to our newsletter, you will have a week from the day that I send you the e-mail to send me whatever you want to contribute to this section. I will then post it in our newsletter, and you will be a writer for that newsletter. Not only will you get a writing credit in that newsletter, but the sense that you contributed something to the newsletter on the "show about nothing." Does life get any better than this? Enjoy our fellow subscribers, and thank you for being so loyal and true to Seinfeld.

Once again...
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This Week On Seinfeld
By: Ivy


Sept 9 Sunday - The Burning
Sept 10 Monday - The Clip Show, Part 1
Sept 11 Tuesday - The Clip Show, Conclusion
Sept 12 Wednesday - The Bookstore
Sept 13 Thursday - The Finale, Part 1
Sept 14 Friday - The Finale, Conclusion
Sept 15 Saturday - The Frogger
Sept 16 Sunday - The Maid
Sept 17 Monday - The Pilot
Sept 17 Monday - The Glasses
Sept 18 Tuesday - Male Unbonding
Sept 18 Tuesday - The Sniffing Accountant
Sept 19 Wednesday - The Stakeout
Sept 19 Wednesday - The Lip Reader
Sept 20 Thursday - The Robbery
Sept 20 Thursday - The Marine Biologist
Sept 21 Friday - The Stock Tip
Sept 21 Friday - The Opposite
Sept 22 Saturday - The Ex-Girlfriend

Starting on the 17th, I get Seinfeld twice a day!

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

Sept 9 Sunday - The Burning

Because of the presets she discovers on his car radio, Elaine thinks that Puddy is religious. The first idea George presents at a Kruger project meeting goes over great, his follow up suggestion isn't as well received. Jerry suggests that George use the old showmanship trick of leaving on a high note. Elaine tells George and Jerry about her suspicions; George suggests that she reset his radio presets as a test. Kramer and Mickey get an acting gig playing sick for some medical students. Jerry's girlfriend, Sophie, calls him with the familiar "it's me" greeting only he doesn't recognize her voice. George leaves a Kruger meeting on a high note. For their acting job, Mickey gets bacterial meningitis and Kramer has gonorrhea. Elaine confirms that Puddy is religious. Kramer picks up on the showmanship idea and really plays up his gonorrhea part. Sophie leaves an "it's me" message on Jerry's answering machine. George suggest he call her back with the "it's me" greeting. Sophie doesn't recognize Jerry's voice and thinks he is someone else; Jerry discovers that she hasn't told him about the tractor story. Puddy doesn't have a problem with Elaine not being religious, after all he is not the one who's "going to hell."

George and Jerry speculate on what the tractor story is. Elaine begins to worry about going to hell. Kruger throws everyone off the project because they are boring, so now George is the only other member of the project team. Kramer receives rave reviews for his portrayal of gonorrhea, but now he feels he has been typecast. Jerry sees a scar on Sophie's leg and assumes it was from a tractor accident. George finds that he has to do all the actual work on the project as Kruger keeps making excuses and doesn't do any actual work. Puddy wants Elaine to steal a paper, after all she is already going to hell and he doesn't seem to care. Kramer takes Mickey's ailment. Elaine and Puddy seek the advice of a priest about where their relationship is going. Sophie tries to tell Jerry the tractor story, but he tells her not to worry about it. Kramer and Mickey come in arguing about getting gonorrhea and Sophie clears it up for both of them. With that, Jerry leaves on a high note. Meanwhile, back at the project meeting, Kruger decides to leave George on a high note.
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Sound Of The Week
By: Chris

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I know this sound has been done time and time again but we had a request from Laughs182|at|aol.com for George's Answering Machine messege. So I hope you all enjoy it...again! :)  Have a great Seinfed 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!"
By: Ivy


Top Ten J. Peterman Clothes


10) The Gatsby Swing Top [The Caddy] - The bra that Elaine bought for Sue Ellen Mishke.
9) Detox Poncho [The Bookstore] Elaine's invention.
Jerry: So, the worst is over?
Elaine: Yeah. Now I can break up with him. He's clean, and I'm the office hero.
Jerry: Seems like you're better at fake relationships than real ones.
Elaine: Yeah, huh. I even got an idea out of it, The Detox Poncho.
8) Urban Sombrero [The Foundation] & [The Chicken Roaster] -
Elaine: Its the Urban Sombrero, I put it in the last catalog.
Peterman: The horror...the horror.
7) Bengalese galoshes [The Fatigues] -
Eddie: Hey, I think I got something here. The Bengalese Galoshes.
Elaine: Oh.
Eddie (reading): It's tough keeping your feet dry when you're kicking in a skull.
Elaine: You know, Eddie, that might be just a tad harsh for womenswear.
Eddie: Well, I'm not married to it.
Elaine: Oh. Well, um, in that case why don't we take the phrase, "kicking in a skull" and we tweak it, you know, just a hair, to something like, what, like "strolling through a dewy meadow?"
Eddie: Dewy meadow.
6) Pygmy Pullover [The Understudy] (I think this is the one) -
Peterman: Have you been crying?
Elaine: Yes, it's just that (babbles on)...
Peterman: Oh it doesn't matter why...That's a very nice jacket. 
Elaine: Oh Thanks
Peterman: Very soft, huge button flaps, cargo pockets, draw string waist, deep biswing vents in the back perfect for jumping into a gondola.
Elaine: How do you know all that?
Peterman: That's my jacket.
Elaine: You mean...
Peterman: Yes, I'm J. Peterman
5) Mongolian Horsehair Vest [The Shower Head] - "I know what you're going through. I too once fell under the spell of opium. It was 1979. I was travelling the Yangtzee in search of a Mongolian horsehair vest. I had got to the market after sundown, all of the clothing traders had gone, but a different sort of trader still lurked about. "Just a taste," he said. That was all it took." - Peterman
4) Quilted Chambray nightshirt [The Fatigues] - "It's a hot night. The mind races. You think about your knife; the only friend who hasn't betrayed you, the only friend who won't be dead by sun up. Sleep tight, mates, in your quilted Chambray nightshirts." - Eddie
3) Himalayan Walking Shoes [The Hot Tub] - "Ohhh, I'm exhausted. I've been on this street a thousand times! It's never looked so strange! The faces...so cold! In the distance, a child is crying. Fatherless...a bastard child, perhaps. My back aches... my heart aches... but my feet... my feet are resilient! Thank God I took off my heels, and put on my...HIMALAYAN WALKING SHOES!!! Yes!" - Elaine
2) Rogue's Wallet [The Secret Code] - "It was where he kept his card; his dirty little secret. Smart, devious, balding, his name was Costanza, he killed my mother."
1) The Leather European Carryall [The Reverse Pepphole] -
Jerry: Hey! Officer! Someone took my European carryall!
Cop: Your what?
Jerry: The...black, leather...thing with a strap.
Cop: You mean a purse?
Jerry: Yes, a purse. I carry a purse!

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
By: Lisa


Since I do love food, I felt it only fitting that I ask trivia questions pertaining to food and drink mentioned on the show. Ok, here we go!
(You need to get 4 out of the 5 right - Good luck!)


1. What drink did the bubble boy's father deliver in his truck?
2. What food did George's mother prepare on special occasions, like the day George promised a "surprise of a lifetime" after finding a copy of the statue he broke when he was young?
3. What food did Jerry and George's high-school gym teacher's rotten teeth look like to them?
4. What cereal did Jerry claim to eat in a 25% variety, having it mixed up special for him?
5. This drink was poured over the head of a nightclub owner's head by a stand-up comic (Kramer's idea, of course!) after a softball game; the nightclub owner then died of pneumonia and the comic became a drug addict, who Jerry tries to help.

Respond to the trivia by sending E-mail to Lisa
Responses must be recieved by
Friday, Sept. 21th.
Remember: you need to get at least 4 questions 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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Silly Little Bios
By: Chris
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Last Week
Rabbi Glickman

Winners

anachloe|at|zaz.com.br
Seinfeld10|at|aol.com
PoetAlOrlando|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com


This Week
He's a very serious man. He's an author cut from Hemingway cloth. He has a very throaty voice, which is alittle annoying to both Jerry and George. He was in Korea and Guatamala. He doesn't find Jerry very amusing. He likes scotch with plenty of ice. He doesn't need anybody to tell him it's gonna rain. He doesn't care much for Fair Game or Castro. And he especially won't allow his daughter to be seen with someone wearing a candy striped jacket!

Do you know who this is? If so E-mail
me with your answer!
Responses must be received by
Friday, Sept. 21th.
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The Lucky Person is...
XoXNoSoup4uXoX got interviewed this week!
By: Ivy
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Seinfeld10:   Thank you Sherie for taking the time to do this interview. 
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   You're welcome.. Thanks for giving me a chance to do this.
Seinfeld10:   No problem at all. So tell me Sherie, what's your favorite stand up that Jerry has done?
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   I love ,"Jerry Seinfeld, I'm Telling you for the Last Time," I think he is so funny... I love his comment about Airports.
Seinfeld10:   Which one?
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   About Airports ...and the faucets...how they are hard to operate.
Seinfeld10:   We're business men, we're going to miss our flight. Who cares?! WATER! LOL
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   Hahha.. Thats the one
Seinfeld10:   What about his new stuff? Have you heard any of it, and if so, which one do you like?
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   I have to say I haven't....I saw him..on I think, Letterman..he did his new stuff... but I cant remember it..
Seinfeld10:   Yeah, I have a copy of that if you would like after the interview.  :o)
The new stuff is great, just like his old stuff. 

XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   I wish I could remeber it... I would tell you what part I liked.
Seinfeld10:   He did this one bit on one of my pet peeves. What's the deal with women and lip liner? Do they think we men don't know where there lips are? lol
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:  haha... That is so funny
Seinfeld10:   That was at the show, not on Letterman, but I couldn't stop laughing. 
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   haha.. i could see why
Seinfeld10:   So tell me, what's your favorite episode and why?
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   My favorite episode would have to be The Merv Griffin show.....It was just hilarious..I mean Kramer was too funny and Elaine with her Sidling was funny too
Seinfeld10:   What about George and the squirel and Jerry knocking his g/f out cold so he can play with her toys! Haha.
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   Haha... And Elaine with the EZ bake oven
Seinfeld10:   Yeah, who could forget! lol. And who would you say if your favorite character?
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   That's a very easy question...That would be Elaine... because my favorite actress is Julia and as Elaine she is so funny and gives such a great performance 
Seinfeld10:   Yeah, she is funny. And her expressions are great. I like it when she spaces out a lot. And they make her seem confused, like she doens't know what she's doing or where she is.
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   ya... I think she is just fabulous
Seinfeld10:   Both George's parents and Jerry's parents are incredibly insane, I think we both can agree there, lol, but tell me, which do you like best?
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   I would definatly have to say George's parents because of Estelle.. she is so adorable.. and the way she yells is so funny. And Frank how he is always yelling about something.
Seinfeld10:   Even in Toy Story 2 she was great. "And don't forget your annggggrrrrryyyyyy eyes." LOL. She cracks me up. I like her a lot and I like Morty. He's a funny guy too. I LOVE those big ass glasses on him!!! haha.
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   yes.. your right... they are huge... haha and Helen how she babys Jerry
Seinfeld10:   And what about your favorite non main character on the show? Who would you pick?
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:  I love David Puddy...He is so funny...I mean he's very weird with the squinting and the staring and the face painting....but he is also hilarious.
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:  I think he is so hot too
Seinfeld10:   Yeah, he is. Most people when I ask this question tend to say Jackie or Newman. But I would have to say Puddy too. I love when he says, "Yeah, that's right." LOL. Just the way he says it cracks me up.
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   I love how he said to Elaine,  "I'll be back later... we'll make out" lol
Seinfeld10:   Are you going to wear that all the time? All side point to YES!!! LOL. Well Sherie, I think that about ends it there. Any last words to the readers?
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   Yes.. I want Everyone to watch Julia's new show when it comes out next fall...and I don't care wat SMP3385 says.. its gonna be excellent 
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:  She's wonderful
Seinfeld10:   Hey hey, I don't want any fights now. :o)
Thanks again Sherie. Have a good night.
XoXNoSoup4uXoX:   You too.. thanks


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
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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 - Courtesy of the quiz between Jerry and Regis Philbin
1) What high school did Jerry and George go to, and when did they graduate?
-JFK High, 1971 Jerry-Regis (1-0)
2) What did George find inside the whale's blowhole?
-Titleist Golf Ball (I accepted just golf ball) Jerry-Regis (1-1)
3) Which anchorman does George claim had a nose job when he's trying to convince one of his girlfriends that she should get one?
-Peter Jennings (Disqualified because Jerry buzzed in before question was finished, Regis bickered, got his way):  Jerry-Regis (1-1)
4) Who gives Jerry's car an extremely disgusting case of B.O.?
-The valet parker at the restaurant where Elaine and Jerry dined (they never gave his name) NOTE: Jerry couldn't come up with that answer because he was trying to remember a specific name, and it was eventually determined that the guy had no name.  Jerry-Regis (1-2)
5) What was the name of Jerry's girlfriend who had a name that rhymed with female body part?
-Delores A confident Jerry ties it up.  Jerry-Regis (2-2).
6) What serial killer is Kramer mistaken for while living in L.A.?
-The Smog Strangler- Initially Jerry answered "The Freeway Strangler," that
was wrong obviously.  Jerry came back in again with the correct answer, but Regis bickered again that it should be first guess only, and again got his way (I think he really wants to beat Jerry at this point, but we know that ain't gonna happen): Jerry-Regis (2-2)


Winners
smuckers55|at|hotmail.com
SMP3385|at|aol.com
XoXNoSoup4uXoX|at|aol.com
PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
Jigsawz9|at|aol.com

IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION
Whose name does Kramer repeatedly, incessantly say after being kicked in the head by Crazy Joe Davola?
0Yo-Yo Ma.  Jerry stands victorious FINAL SCORE:  Jerry 3, Regis 2.  Jerry:  "I am the king." 

Winners

SMP3385|at|aol.com
smuckers55|at|hotmail.com
Flutebug4|at|aol.com
rsgrimes|at|earthlink.net
Tingrin1884|at|aol.com
Pasta36685|at|aol.com
AofSpades7|at|aol.com
XoXNoSoup4uXoX|at|aol.com
PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
PKeenoy|at|aol.com
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
Jigsawz9|at|aol.com


Trivia Masters
smuckers55|at|hotmail.com
SMP3385|at|aol.com
XoXNoSoup4uXoX|at|aol.com
PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
Jigsawz9|at|aol.com

THIS WEEKS TRIVIA - Seasons of Greatness
Trivia is a little different this week. In each question, I'm going to tell you something that happened from a particular episode, and you have to tell me in which season (1-9) that event/episode occurred.  Good luck
1. "Jerry" the sitcom premieres.
2. George appeals to the Supreme Court of Car dealership mechanics in reference to a Twix Candy Bar which failed to fall out of a vending machine.
3. Jerry bought his father a new Cadillac.
4. Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer attempt to go to a dinner party when many merry mishaps occur along the way. 
5. Kramer wants "Levels," just like the ancient Egyptians.

Impossible Question
George and Susan get together.


Respond to the trivia by sending E-mail to Andy
Responses must be recieved by
Friday, Sept. 21th.
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
Ok, this week its kind of a tricky one but what is the name of Julia Louis-Dreyfus sister who played a waitress in a few episodes of "Seinfeld?"

Answer
Lauren Bowles

Winners
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com


This Week
He works at a secondhand shop, bought some of George's father's moth-ridden cabana style clothing. What's his REAL name?

Send answers to: Chris

by Friday, Sept. 21th.
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Guess?
By: Allie

Last Week
Who parks cars for the people in Jerry's apartment building?

Answer

Sid

Winners
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com
PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
mabissy|at|yahoo.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com
Vger319|at|aol.com


Note: BCALLALILLY answered last weeks question correctly

This Week
What were the sneakers called that George and Jimmy tried to sell?

Send answers to: Allie
Friday, Sept. 21th.
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Remember the Time When...
By: Ivy

Kramer brought Jerry the Puffy Shit?

Kramer: You're not going to believe whats happening with Leslie. You know, ever since you agreed to wear the puffy shirt on the Today show, she's been getting
all these orders from boutiques and department stores..
Jerry: Uh-huh......Since I said what?
Kramer:  Agreed to wear the puffy shirt.
Jerry: What are you talking about?
Kramer:  When you said that you'd agree to wear the puffy shirt on the Today show.
Jerry: This?
Kramer: Yes!
Jerry: I agreed to wear this?!
Kramer:  Yeah, yeah.
Jerry: But, when did I do that?
Kramer:  When we went to dinner the other night.
Jerry: What are you, crazy?!
Kramer:  What were you talking about when I went to the bathroom?
Jerry: I don't know! I couldn't understand a word she was saying! I was just nodding!
Kramer:  There you go.
Jerry: Where I go? You mean she was asking me to wear this ridiculous shirt on national TV, and I said 'Yes'?!
Kramer:  Yes, yes! You said it!
Jerry: But, I - I didn't know what she was talking about. I couldn't hear her!
Kramer:  Well, she asked you.
Jerry: I - I can't wear this puffy shirt on TV! I mean, look at it! It looks ridiculous!
Kramer:  Well, you gotta wear it now! All those stores are stocking it based on the condition that you're gonna wear this on the TV show! The factory in New
Jersey is already makin' them!
Jerry: They're making these?!
Kramer:  Yes, yes. This pirate trend that she's come up with, Jerry, - this is gonna be the new look for the 90's. You're gonna be the first pirate!
Jerry: But, I don't want to be a pirate!

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:
Which would you rather be? A "Regifter" or a "Degifter?" State your reasoning also.


I'd much rather be a re-gifter...at least that way you have a chance of getting away with it! But a de-gifter has to do his dirty work right to a person's face- there's no way of doing that without looking bad ;-)
ranonsen|at|yahoo.com

A REGIFTER, CAUSE IT'S MORE TACTFUL AND LESS RUDE.
daniel_cueto|at|yahoo.com

Degifting is just plain wrong. Regifting might give someone else the opportunity to make use of an item that would otherwise gather dust in your closet. Plus you save money too!
KelSpirit12|at|aol.com

I'd rather be a regifter.  Regift, reduce, reuse, recycle!
shumway|at|pop-server.hawaii.edu


This Week's Question:
This week's poll will be strictly quantitative, and hence will not require any long responses:  Who dresses the best on the show/Who has the best overall wardrobe?  Jerry, George, Kramer, Elaine, or Newman?

Send all poll responses to: Andy

by Friday, Sept. 21th.

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

AS A NOTE ABOUT POST-SEINFELD GIGS, DON'T FORGET THAT LARRY DAVID HAS A SERIES ON HBO CALLED "CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM." EVEN THOUGH HE WAS NOT A CAST REGULAR, HE WAS THE EXECUTIVE PRODUCER. HE ALSO APPEARED IN MANY EPISODES ALTHOUGH MOST OF THE TIME HE WAS DISGUISED IN MANY WAYS; MOST NOTABLY AS THE CARICATURE OF GEORGE STEINBRENNER. HIS AVOIDANCE OF THE CAMERA MADE HIS POST-SEINFELD DAYS DIFFICULT BECAUSE NO ONE REALLY KNEW WHAT HE LOOKED LIKE.
BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com

the one where jerry gets bumped on career day at his junior high school... the inside of the junior high is a set, but the outside is an actual school- it's my old high school, Edward R Murrow High School in Brooklyn, NY
BklynRat|at|aol.com

Have a fact? Please e-mail me!

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Stand Up
By: Chris
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I am so tired of having to come up with another little outfit for myself everyday. In fact, I will say this---and I think many people agree with me---I think eventually fashion won't even exist. I think someday we'll all wear the same thing. Because anytime I see a movie or a TV show where there are people from the future or another planet, they're all wearing the same outfit. Somehow they all decided, "All right, that's enough. From now on, this is goign to be our outfit. One-piece silver jump suit, with a V-stripe on the chest, and boots. That's it. We're going to start visiting other planets and we want to look like a team."
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"Quote" Finisher/Locator
By: Andy

Last week's Quote Locator
"We had a deal."


Answer
The Merv Griffin Show
(NOTE:  This was George, talking to the pigeons when he trampled over them in the park.  Many of you thought this quote was from Jerry in "The Engagement" when George broke their "deal" and got engaged to Susan.  I can see how that could've been misconstrued, so I once again apologize for the error on my part, and I will try to be more cognizant of my follies in the future.)


Winners
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BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com


This Week's Quote Finisher
"Just because a candy bar fails to fall from its perch..."

Send answers to: Andy
by Friday, Sept. 21th.
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Ivy's Stuff

Seinfeld's Good Manners
Don't allow your neighbor's most rivaled, annoying postal worker named Newman to take a nap in his bed just because you donated your own blood to your neighbor to save his life.

Crazy Ideas
George - Selling all his Dad's cabana clothes to make a few extra dollars.

Elaine - Filling up her Atomic Sub card so that she can get a free sub.

Terms & Phrases
Puffy Shirt, The - 1) a funny looking white shirt with ruffles in the front, and puffy looking long sleeves, similar to what pirates would wear 2) what to wear when being a guest on a TV talk show
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Food Trivia
By: Allie
TOP

Last Week
What type of pie did Jerry's girlfriend refuse to eat from Monk's Coffee Shop?

Answer

Apple Pie

Winners
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Demim Boy|at|aol.com
RhodeDawg|at|aol.com
Schlomo67|at|aol.com
DL31|at|aol.com
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PoetAl Orlando|at|aol.com
JohnTrvlt1|at|aol.com

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KelSpirit12|at|aol.com
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BCALLALILLY|at|aol.com
Laineyday1|at|aol.com
Nevermind135|at|aol.com
ABassCube|at|mac.com   
nirbraves|at|yahoo
Vger319|at|aol.com


This Week
Why did George get kicked out of the Soup Nazi's kitchen line?

Send Food Answers to: Allie by Friday, Sept. 21th.
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 one episode, Kramer said that he never carried a watch and told time by the sun, but in "The Susie," he did carry a watch.
Shembee05|at|aol.com


In "The Ex-Girlfriend," George said that he would only pay half of his chiropractic bill of $75, which would be $37.50.  Later Jerry revealed that be paid for the other half, but said that he only paid $35.
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Know of a spoof, any mistake you found on Seinfeld?
Please e-mail them to anyone of us, thanks!


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Seinfeld Quotes
By: Vinney
TOP

Vinney's Picks (or No Pick)
"I'm outed and I was never in!" - Jerry

"So when somebody has B.O., the "O" usually stays with the "B. Once the "B" leaves, the "O" goes with it." - Jerry

From the Fans
"It's gonna be the summer of George. I'm gonna read a book from beginning to end-in that order." - George (from jbrodsky|at|twmi.rr.com)


"We had a deal." - George (from JohnTrvlt1|at|aol.com)

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Last Week
"You think I'm going to spend my life with a guy who can get me a deal on nails?"

Who did George tell he had an early job interview at a hardware store as an excuse  to end their date? A name please. This is a tough one.


Answer
It was Carrie Sokol, daughter of the unemployment case worker - Mrs. Sokol.

Winners
PoetAlOrlando|at|aol.com

BACALLALILLY|at|aol.com
nirbraves|at|yahoo.com

BACALLALILLY knew Carrie was the daughter of Lenore Sokol, who was George's intake worker at the unemployment agency. Wow! I'm impressed!

This Week
"You're one sick momma. I like it." - Kramer

Who is one sick momma? This is a tough one.
Hint: it is the name of the car salesman who went with Kramer on the test ride. 

Do you know who this is? If so
E-mail me with your answer!
Responses must be received
by Friday, Sept. 21th.
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