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J. Chiles

PostPosted: January 12, 2004 3:49 PM 

Anybody ever keep track of Kramer's "giddy-ups"? To me, it is his signature line. My favorite instance is one where he says it twice. In the "Cigar Store Indian", Kramer, who is also trying to market his coffee table book, is trying to sell the Indian to a shop owner, having had it given to him by Elaine after Jerry had offended Elaine's Native-American friend, Winona.

Lippman appears in the store and offer the K-Man 500 clams for the Indian to which Kramer says, "Giddy-up". Then, Lippman asks for help toting it to his office next door at Pendant Publishing, to which Kramer says, "Pendant Publishing? Giddy-up again!" Classic.

This episode also features Kramer's famous, "Oh....(whatever) delivery.

Elaine tells him he can have the Indian if he wants to lug it Uptown and Kramer says, "Oh..., I'll lug".


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PostPosted: January 13, 2004 12:45 AM 

I actually liked George saying giddy-up in The Fusilli Jerry Read the script of The Fusilli Jerry Download the full epiosde video of The Fusilli Jerry Discuss The Fusilli Jerry whilst telling Kramer to hurry up and get his license plates.


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PostPosted: January 19, 2004 3:26 AM 

my favorite "giddy up" line is what J. Chiles said. the one where he says "giddy up again!" to pendant publishing.

but another great one is when he is shooting pool with the maestro at 'the place to be.' it's also funny when he throws in the "you know where it's goin"


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PostPosted: May 10, 2004 10:03 PM 

My favorite giddy up is in the episode with Kenny Rogers Chicken. Jerry slides in and is acting like Kramer because of the red light. He then has a cray idea and say "Giddie up".

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PostPosted: May 10, 2004 11:33 PM 

Kramer's answering machine outgoing message is "Giddy-up". (The Cadillac)

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PostPosted: May 11, 2004 12:06 PM 

I liked when Kramer was "hosting" the Japanese tourists, and they get Stetson hats. He puts one on the head of one of the Japanese men and says "Giddy-up. You're a cowboy now."

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