Seinfeld: Classic or Dud

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Seinfelds grate if a bit inconsistent. I love th bizarre situations though like theon Ally just mentioned and the one where George returns the book to the store cos Jerry read it in the toilet. Jerry's taste in clothes and haircuts are vile to say the least but I think thats the whole point. As for Kramers fashion sense...

Michael, Friday, 8 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Hmm...perhaps, but I'd prefer to believe Seinfeld is a fool, and his show isn't funny. Now Vids, that's funny.

DG, Friday, 8 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Vids-That Welsh bloke is a scream, I swear.

Michael, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

"By the tiny fingers of little baby Jesus, I appear to have discombobulated my Templeton Peck!"

DG, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

I watched that same Seinfeld rerun tonight, how sad are we? It's the best television series ever. Nothing, not even Twin Peaks, Sopranos, South Park, or the A-Team, is in the same league. Larry David is a great, great man. Is that show starring him playing himself still on HBO? That was great too, and the episodes of the Simpsons which he wrote are the only watchable Simpsons. Anyway, Seinfeld offered possibly the greatest depiction of nihilism in any media, ever.

Otis Wheeler, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Seinfeld offered the greatest depiction of a man totally out of touch with style ever.

DG, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Anyone who can get women with clothes like Jerry's is clearly better than the rest of us, so I won't criticize his style. At least he didn't dress like an indie-rocker, like Kramer.

Otis Wheeler, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Kramer's look isnt indie-rock. It's more grunge meets 50's bebop.

Michael, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

grunge + '50s bebop = kitsch = shit = indie-rock

Otis Wheeler, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

most dudle to the extrmist - por-man's version of family ties for neo- nascent baby boomers high on verbal diaroeah.

Geoff, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

DUD. Oh look how shallow George is. Oh, look, Elaine is even worse. How surprisingly funny. Oh ha ha. Jerry is driven MAD by a tiny detail and hilarity ensues when he keeps flipping it back out at us throughout the episode in concentric circles of crap so that people will remember it and next day repeat the catch phrases at water coolers in offices and schools and goverment centres all over. That Kramer, he's so funny cause he's not only shallow, he's WACKY. wow. It sucks ass. and I'm in a bad mood....

Kim, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

ok, I'm not. actually.

I've been nagged by the thought that it actually was the real Marilyn Manson that I saw a few weeks ago geekily going to the purolator courier in the Atrium on Bay (snootyish office/shopping complex in downtown T.O.)because that's probably the last place on earth that I would expect such a celebrity sighting to happen, so I dismissed out of hand as an arrestingly casual lookalike in a long black coat, yet then I was thinking that all that nega-evidence adds up to it probably being the real Marilyn. anyway...

Kim, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

What Otis said RE: Jerry's clothes. I mean, listen, his clothes are average joe duds. And he still got the totally hot Shoshanna with them. I mean, hello, maybe you all should be dressing like Jerry Seinfeld.

I love the part in tonight's episode where Kramer is dressed like a pimp. I wish I had a walking stick.

Ally, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Classic. I don't feel like elaborating.

Mitch Lastnamewithheld, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Oh my God, a total dud!!!...It's supposed to be witty, but it's just clever clever and a yawnfest...I would pay Seinfeld not to appear on TV, not that he needs any money, he's loaded...saw him on this programme about the Hamptons, P Diddy is his neighbour or something.

james e l, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

One of the few things I've seen on television that has reduced me to tears of helpless laughter was the episode that featured Elaine's "dancing". In fact, I'm cracking up just thinking about it.

The best was in a later episode where they BROUGHT THE DANCE back. It was only two seconds, but I was practically incontinent.

Anyone who catches the dancing episode on tape for me (NTSC, please) will be my BEST FRIEND 4-EVA.

Dan Perry, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

I wish I had a walking stick.

Two nights ago me and Ramon were sitting in a bar thinking about what we could do to make ourselves look more like pimps/rapists, and his first suggestion was we could walk with a limp, but I said fuck that, I've got a barrel (literally) full of canes (I kid you not). So expect the Clockwork Orange look next time you see us, minus the fake eyebrows and makeup and girly shit.

Otis Wheeler, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

classic like classic in classic land. classic.

Dave, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Otis, this tendency to morph into Turbonegro that you two have developed is disturbing. You think I wanna be walking around with two guys with sticks? Only if I have a stick too, that's the answer to that.

Ally, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

I said I got a barrel of canes, didn't I? There's enough for everyone.

Otis Wheeler, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

I'm totally bringing my coworkers to the next get together if canes are involved. That's fantastic.

Ally, Saturday, 9 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

The best was in a later episode where they BROUGHT THE DANCE back. It was only two seconds, but I was practically incontinent.

Hey, I don't think I've seen the reprise. There's a reason to live! Assume everyone has seen the reference at How To Dance Properly

Otherwise, what Mitch said.

Nick, Monday, 18 June 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

one month passes...
Your all lame-o's! Every show of Seinfeld is stoopindis! Sounds like someone's got a case of the "spos-tahs". In my day we all had that shit man. Broklyn baby. No one f'ed with us. My friend Mike downed a could of cold'ns and he thought it would be funny to fuck with a couple of these black guy right. And this stoopis got he ass kicked just like in that one Seinfeld episode.

Any hot chicks out there want to get bisy just let me know. I got it all . They call me "the Mutt" and with all that implies. And that ain't dirt in my eye.

Larry

Larry Mutt, Thursday, 16 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Remember that scene in THx1138 where Robert Duvall is flipping mindlessly through porno and sitcoms and breezes past this one show where two characters in bland drab sit and discuss something 'witty' among laugh trax? that's kinda what i think of when Seinfeld comes on... Would there be some warning retro-novel being written about us when we're watching mindless jokes about masturbation and 3rd world stereotypes. bada-bing bada-boom... Nothingness.

jason, Thursday, 16 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

They call me "the Mutt" and with all that implies

I thought this said "...and with all my nipples". I have no clue why or what that could possibly imply but that's much better than what that said.

Ally, Thursday, 16 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

what does being a mutt 'imply' anyway? i mean, as a positive thing to the ladies, which he seems to figure. is this some reference to non-missionary position activity that i'm missing out on?

ethan, Thursday, 16 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

A considerable dud. It's not as bad as I'd like to make it out to be, but it's incredibly smug, self-satisfied, and condescending -- not to mention almost never funny. And hey -- it encapsulates virtually everything about stereotypical-people-from-New-York that gets on my nerves.

The Simpsons, conversely, are classic.

Phil, Thursday, 16 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

The first time around classic, but the second time around watching the reruns now I'd say dud for above reasons: smug, self-satisfied, aggressively normal, wretched fashion sense. And I don't know if I'm being overly-sensitive or what, but isn't it one of the most consistently racist sitcoms you've ever seen, at least from such a recent time period?

Also, Jerry's millions got him that 17 y.o. honey (who ended up dumping his ass, btw). Not the trainers. No way was it the trainers. Please god tell me it wasn't the trainers.

tha chzza, Friday, 17 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

since when does everyone sneering about how the people dress on the fucking show? i liked that they looked like normal dumb assholes instead of the rich tailored assholes on like, friends or something. fuck fashion, all the best sitcoms are about people in 'awful' clothes. i think i'll take taxi and the honeymooners and married with children over fucking will & goddamned fucking grace.

ethan, Friday, 17 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

does = is

ethan, Friday, 17 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Does anyone actually like Will and Grace? I watched the first couple of episodes shown over here and they were wretched.

Richard Tunnicliffe, Friday, 17 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

everyone watches it, it's like the highest rated sitcom on tv right now. and i'm pretty sure it won a best comedy emmy. that doesn't mean much critically, but it means people like it.

ethan, Friday, 17 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Yeah, I don't get this criticism. "I hate that show! They dress like crap!" So do most of you, I bet. Ha.

Elaine had the best hair ever in the later series.

Ally, Friday, 17 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

Well, yes, obviously someone must like it or it wouldn't be on telly. I was just wondering if anyone on this beeotch liked it.

Richard Tunnicliffe, Friday, 17 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

It used to be alright. That Karen girl is my idol. But the rest of them are just awful, especially Will who is horrible and unfunny and not really great looking either. Karen is fantastic, they should make a show just about her.

Ally, Friday, 17 August 2001 00:00 (fifteen years ago) Permalink

nine months pass...
need to know what mark s thinks

Josh, Sunday, 9 June 2002 00:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

funny obv

mark s, Sunday, 9 June 2002 00:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

seinfeld not will and grace

mark s, Sunday, 9 June 2002 00:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

More than funny. Possibly the finest TV show evah. A whole series based around social etiquettes, social signals, socialistica! Like the Wink & The Gun, and the Old Switcheroo, and the Old Clear Throat. And how it's funny just recounting the plot, leaving out the jokes, just telling the scenario - I'm not explaining this very well. But it's beyond funny. Also - the slap bass and fashion sense = jokes.

david h(owie), Sunday, 9 June 2002 00:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Seinfeld always came off a VERY poor second to Larry Sanders when they were shown together on BBC2...

Andrew L, Sunday, 9 June 2002 00:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

People are always saying this. I disagree, even though I love Larry Sanders. They're different kind of shows though - I think people in the UK just think of them together cause of the scheduling.

N., Sunday, 9 June 2002 00:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Yes.

david h(owie), Sunday, 9 June 2002 00:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

eleven months pass...
This thread is weird. I expected to find lots of Seinfeld love. It seems like a very ILX type show. What's up with some of the criticism here? Racist?! "Wretched fashion sense"?!

Anyway, I want to hate this show, it's the type of cultural phenomenon that normally annoys me, but every time I stumble across a rerun I end up watching it and having some good laffs. Last night I saw the one where Elaine dates a mover but breaks up with him because of his stance on abortion. And George invites himself over to a family's house to watch their rented copy of Breakfast at Tiffany's because he didn't read the book for his study group. It was funny. I'll say classic.

Mr. Diamond (diamond), Saturday, 24 May 2003 19:39 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

The darkest, sickest show television has ever spewed forth. Unbelievably classic.

Kenan Hebert (kenan), Saturday, 24 May 2003 19:46 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

And I, too, am blown away by this thread. It shocks me so that I may have to step away from the computer. What's wrong with you people?

Kenan Hebert (kenan), Saturday, 24 May 2003 19:49 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

I've seen plenty of episodes becuase it's been re-runned forever, everywhere and I have never ever laughed, not once. It doesn't irritate me, it doesn't offend me, it doesn't amuse me...it's just there.

Michael Daddino (epicharmus), Saturday, 24 May 2003 19:53 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

That's so weird.

Kenan Hebert (kenan), Saturday, 24 May 2003 19:54 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Do you like anything on television?

Kenan Hebert (kenan), Saturday, 24 May 2003 19:54 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

so fucking classic. same with larry sanders.

BBC2 didin't treat these shows like the comedy gold they were (sticking them late evening etc WTF?!) whereas crap like friends and will and grace get prime time on C4 (OK the former was funny for the first two series).

crosspost: daddino doesn't rock anymore.

Julio Desouza (jdesouza), Saturday, 24 May 2003 19:54 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

...and maybe the reason why is that I don't even find any of the characters especially eccentric or neurotic. Make of that what you will.

Michael Daddino (epicharmus), Saturday, 24 May 2003 19:55 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

three months pass...

like a giraffe of nah (forksclovetofu), Monday, 29 June 2015 18:43 (one year ago) Permalink

watched an ep of this show for the first time in at least 10 years

it was the one where jerry & George make a pact to be grown ups & then George goes and proposes to susan and jerry breaks up w his gf cuz she eats peas one at a time

holds up, still funny

johnny crunch, Monday, 29 June 2015 18:53 (one year ago) Permalink

o and as the credits role George is in bed w/ susan totally stone faced w/ the mad abt u opening theme playing from their tv lmao

johnny crunch, Monday, 29 June 2015 18:54 (one year ago) Permalink

example (crüt), Monday, 29 June 2015 18:57 (one year ago) Permalink

watching the early episodes on hulu now. they feel so quiet and leisurely compared to the later stuff. not a bad thing -- almost feels kind of like you're watching a play sometimes. george also nowhere close to his later maniacal self.

(The Other) J.D. (J.D.), Monday, 29 June 2015 19:38 (one year ago) Permalink

This show is chicken soup for my soul.

AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Monday, 29 June 2015 19:45 (one year ago) Permalink

http://comediansincarsgettingcoffee.com/

Watched a half dozen or so Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee for the first time yesterday. Not bad. The Seinfeld reunion ones were nice. Michael Richards ep nostalgic/sad you can tell his big gaffe shook him up and he'll probably never be the same. Wonder if Seinfeld deliberately chose the shittiest rusty looking car he could for that one. Julia Louis-Dreyfus was really nice and that one felt more like old best friends hanging out, really sweet. The ep with "George Costanza" was really weird cos Jason Alexander was wearing some bad bad bad makeup.

The Mel Brooks one was great, he's probably the funniest guest on the whole show. Larry David was good, Sarah Silverman, Tina Fey, Louis C.K., all great.

Seinfeld's kind of a tool but that's just who he is and he's kind of funny when he acts that way anyways. Much like Curb and Seinfeld this show is in many ways about rich people being obnoxious in public. Which is fine because I think they are funny.

AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Friday, 10 July 2015 16:27 (one year ago) Permalink

I don't know, I really enjoy the good episodes (loved the Joel Hodgson one), but sometimes I cant get over the combination of sensory-porn-for-rich-old-people (super close ups and sounds of the nice cars, coffee being brewed, other episode specific food or things similarly filmed) and the talking to each other like everything they say is some genius anecdote merely because of who's saying it (usually met with a confirmatory "that's great" spoken as if they just experienced wit and insight nobody else could have conjured).

I suspect the "Tim and Gelman" sketches were inspired to parody that show while at the same exact time create delusional hacky comedian characters that think they are as good as a Seinfeld.

Evan, Friday, 10 July 2015 18:06 (one year ago) Permalink

eight months pass...

caught the last 5 minutes of the backwards episode "the betrayal" last night and for some reason id never seen it! i can literally recite most Seinfeld episodes, had a torrent of the complete series on my computer from my late teens to late twenties that I watched like crazy, have watched it regularly in syndication for a decade, and most notably i said to my wife like a week ago "i wish somehow there were some Seinfeld episodes i hadn't seen because ive seen them all too many times". my mind is blown.

trickle-down ergonomics (jim in glasgow), Friday, 8 April 2016 17:23 (five months ago) Permalink

that is actually the first episode I ever saw of the show in full. and I've never seen it since.

frogbs, Friday, 8 April 2016 17:51 (five months ago) Permalink

first episode i saw was the sponge, i was 11 or 12, the idea that there was a prophylactic other than a condom and that it was a sponge confused me no end

trickle-down ergonomics (jim in glasgow), Friday, 8 April 2016 17:55 (five months ago) Permalink

I have already mentioned my confusion at the sponge upthread lol

trickle-down ergonomics (jim in glasgow), Friday, 8 April 2016 18:01 (five months ago) Permalink

^ I figured you were doing a reference to the call-back they did in the last episode, with the shirt buttons.

nickn, Friday, 8 April 2016 18:37 (five months ago) Permalink

Betrayal is the worst post-season 1 episode imo. frogbs you picked the least funny and most confusing episode.

i highly recommend checking out The Opposite if you ever want to give it another chance.

AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Saturday, 9 April 2016 00:22 (five months ago) Permalink

hah - meant to say I've never seen that episode since. just weird to me that the first episode I saw was arguably the strangest, then when I actually got into the show I never saw it again.

frogbs, Saturday, 9 April 2016 02:27 (five months ago) Permalink

There was also one "lost" episode for me that I only saw after I got the DVDs, the one where Elaine breaks up with Crazy Joe Davola, who later dresses up as a clown. Which makes sense cause there's another episode I'd seen a million times where he asks her on a date, but I figured it was a dropped storyline. Not a particularly funny episode

Vinnie, Saturday, 9 April 2016 03:48 (five months ago) Permalink

Legitimately creepy episode which among the shows general tone seems really odd. Like Elaine escapes him by pepper spraying him, he represents actual danger.

trickle-down ergonomics (jim in glasgow), Saturday, 9 April 2016 04:37 (five months ago) Permalink

Perhaps they just don't show either of those eps so often because they're bad/not funny

trickle-down ergonomics (jim in glasgow), Saturday, 9 April 2016 04:38 (five months ago) Permalink

xpost That's such an amazing season. I think a lot of nuance is lost when you watch the episodes in isolation because it's basically all one season-long story.

My Whole Existence Is Flan (Old Lunch), Saturday, 9 April 2016 04:40 (five months ago) Permalink

xp otm about the tone of that episode being very different. Though it was Binaca, not pepper spray, and that ref comes back later in a mildly funny way. It seems odd that networks would purposefully skip that episode since, at least on my local station, they usually show the episodes in order. I think it's just chance that I never saw it. By contrast, I've seen the damn backwards episode like ten times on tv

Vinnie, Saturday, 9 April 2016 15:27 (five months ago) Permalink

The only one that I think was officially removed was the one about the Puerto Rican Day parade:

The episode aired one week before the two-part clip show and the two-part series finale aired. Because of controversy surrounding a scene in which Cosmo Kramer accidentally burns and then stomps on the Puerto Rican flag, NBC was forced to apologize and had it banned from airing on the network again. Also, it was not initially part of the syndicated package. In the summer of 2002, the episode started to appear with the flag-burning sequence intact.

I don't think I've seen it.

clemenza, Saturday, 9 April 2016 15:42 (five months ago) Permalink

lol when Kramer has to use a bathroom and tries posing as a prospective buyer ("wealthy industrialist H.E. Pennypacker") at an open house.

AdamVania (Adam Bruneau), Saturday, 9 April 2016 19:15 (five months ago) Permalink

yeah that was funny, especially when Jerry and George turn up and they're all playing their alias characters

SALES WOMAN: Mr. Pennypacker, this is Mr. Vandelay, And you know Mr. Varnsen

KRAMER: Uh, Varnsen.

JERRY: Pennypacker.

KRAMER: Vandelay.

GEORGE: Pennypacker. Varnsen.

Drop soap, not bombs (Ste), Sunday, 10 April 2016 16:41 (five months ago) Permalink

first episode i saw was the sponge, i was 11 or 12, the idea that there was a prophylactic other than a condom and that it was a sponge confused me no end

I’m still confused. I’m 31.

I suppose I could Google “sponge prophylactic,” but it seems too late for me.

Allen (etaeoe), Sunday, 10 April 2016 21:51 (five months ago) Permalink

I was an adult before I got why "Mulva" was funny

Neanderthal, Monday, 11 April 2016 02:14 (five months ago) Permalink

even though I owned an album with the title of the word it rhymed with

Neanderthal, Monday, 11 April 2016 02:15 (five months ago) Permalink

Laura Mvula?

rhymes with "blondie blast" (cryptosicko), Monday, 11 April 2016 02:21 (five months ago) Permalink

What always confused me about that episode is that clitoris doesn't rhyme with Delores, unless you're some kind of freak

Josefa, Monday, 11 April 2016 03:36 (five months ago) Permalink

that always bothered me too, but "Aretha" bothers me even more

ejemplo (crüt), Monday, 11 April 2016 04:05 (five months ago) Permalink

Wasn't the point of "Aretha" to show how far George was reaching in trying to figure this out? Or was that "Bovary?"

rhymes with "blondie blast" (cryptosicko), Monday, 11 April 2016 04:13 (five months ago) Permalink

Flavia LaJorra

a very hansom, and smart boy (Old Lunch), Monday, 11 April 2016 04:18 (five months ago) Permalink

"the betrayal" would've been a better finale for the show than the actual finale.

i rewatched all of seinfeld on hulu recently and was really amazed by how much stronger it seems when you watch it all in order. i'd always thought of the episodes as fairly stand-alone, but there are so many little call-back jokes and continuing themes that are totally lost when you just watch random episodes in syndication. like, there's an episode where jerry's dad loses his wallet and loudly accuses his doctor of stealing it, and then like six episodes later there's a moment in the middle of an unrelated scene where jerry sits on his couch and suddenly finds the wallet. i can't imagine a lot of viewers even noticed most of this stuff back when the episodes first aired; the show at its best just feels so well-constructed, internally consistent and carefully thought out.

(The Other) J.D. (J.D.), Monday, 11 April 2016 06:22 (five months ago) Permalink

The running gag where Costanza would just magically show up wherever Jerry was is really something special

frogbs, Monday, 11 April 2016 13:19 (five months ago) Permalink

one month passes...

Wow I only just found out that the Nazi girl in the "Limo" episode is also the same girl who played Jerrys girlfriend in the "Pie" episode.

(Suzanne Snyder, also one of the girls from Weird Science)

Drop soap, not bombs (Ste), Monday, 16 May 2016 20:25 (four months ago) Permalink

frogbs, Monday, 16 May 2016 20:26 (four months ago) Permalink

lol

Drop soap, not bombs (Ste), Monday, 16 May 2016 20:29 (four months ago) Permalink

(y)

a mom shaped pom (wins), Monday, 16 May 2016 20:34 (four months ago) Permalink

two months pass...

oh my god this is so amazing and hilarious. a writer named Billy Domineau wrote a spec script for Seinfeld called "The Twin Towers." I'm losing it over here, this is so fucking funny: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B50l484pDaMobXI2Wk5CX0NMbkU/view?pref=2&pli=1

flappy bird, Saturday, 6 August 2016 02:18 (one month ago) Permalink

Wow, it's pretty impressive thus far. The voice is spot-on.

Lyle Lovitz (Old Lunch), Saturday, 6 August 2016 02:36 (one month ago) Permalink

MALE SURVIVOR

We thought you must have died in the
collapse. How did you get out?!

GEORGE

Well you see, as the ground gave way
beneath me, I jumped at a moment JUST
SUCH that as I fell I floated between
the floors, ultimately landing softly
atop the rubble. I would have said
good bye, but by then I was quite
tired.

:D

jmm, Saturday, 6 August 2016 03:05 (one month ago) Permalink

yeah I'm a little creeped out by how spot-on it is.

KRAMER:
You know he was always talking about
how evil America was? Eventually I
told him, “Why don’t you do something
about it?” I thought he’d write to his
Congressman!

JERRY
Kramer, he just crashed a plane into
the World Trade Center! He slit the
pilots’ throats with a box-cutter!

KRAMER
Not “a” box-cutter - MY box-cutter. He
borrowed it last week!

7.

ELAINE
(even more intense)
GET - OUT! You have to do something!

KRAMER
Oh, you’d better believe it! I’m
getting that box-cutter replaced.

frogbs, Saturday, 6 August 2016 04:10 (one month ago) Permalink

nearly fell out of my chair at the ending

frogbs, Saturday, 6 August 2016 04:42 (one month ago) Permalink

that is incredible

"Stop researching my life" (Ste), Saturday, 6 August 2016 17:48 (one month ago) Permalink

the estelle/frank exchange is great

brimstead, Saturday, 6 August 2016 18:56 (one month ago) Permalink

That was excellent. Actual lolz throughout.

circa1916, Saturday, 6 August 2016 19:25 (one month ago) Permalink

well done everybody

El Tomboto, Saturday, 6 August 2016 23:01 (one month ago) Permalink


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