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PostPosted: December 25, 2003 9:48 PM 

First of all I have to say that I was looking for a forum like this and it is great to be here.

If you had to write a Seinfeld episode segment, what would it involve. Kepe in mind that it only has to be about one character or all of them.

Hipster Dufus

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PostPosted: December 25, 2003 9:55 PM 

I have an interesting one about George. At George's job (Kreuger Industrial I Believe was his last job), they started doing loud construction in George's office and because of it, George got into a habit of talk loud and he could not break the habit, even in Jerry's apartment.

Wonder Wh?
Hipster Dufus

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PostPosted: December 27, 2003 10:57 AM 

I can see it.. Laughing

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 28, 2003 3:55 PM 

I can see an episode where Kramer starts a web design company and he tries to talk George into selling his services to Kruger Industrial and Elaine to convince J Peterman to sell his clothing line online.

After both George and Elaine try to shrug off Kramer, Kramer somehow makes it to Jay Peterman and Mr Kruger and they LOVE Kramer's ideas. Then, George and Elaine both lose out on a finder's fee,

I would love to see an episode with that scenario.

I LoveKramer
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 28, 2003 3:58 PM 

I can definitely see that happening as an episode. That idea reminds me of the cigar store indian episode where Elaine lost the credit on Lippman publishing the coffee table book about coffee tables.

Great idea!

A Mint in a Mans Body
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 28, 2003 4:09 PM 

How about an Elaine segment where she gets back with David Puddy, but then gets picked up by a New York Rangers fan? Can you see David Puddy (a New Jersey Devils fan) arguing with any NY Rangers fan?

That would make for a cool episode. huh?

Dog Calling Shotgun
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 28, 2003 7:30 PM 

Kramer decides to invite the gang over to his place for a Thanksgiving dinner and George, Jerr, Elaine, and Newman are all excited. When they get there, Kramer springs on everyone the fact that he is eating healthy and servers a soy turkey loaf.
I would LOVE to see that episode.

Dog Calling Shotgun
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 28, 2003 7:34 PM 

Yeah, especially the look on Newman's face. LOL. I cannot see Newman enjoying that thanksgiving or any dinner involving soy. Razz

A Mint in a Mans Body
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 28, 2003 7:35 PM 

I can see Kramer doing something weird like that!

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 28, 2003 7:43 PM 

Kramer starts a web site??? I think that would be funny!!!

Hipster Dufus

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PostPosted: December 28, 2003 7:46 PM 

I think it would be funny if there was one episode where the Seinfeld cast meets the cast of Friends!

Just imagine a conversation between Kramer and Joey or Elaine and Ross.

Hipster Dufus

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PostPosted: December 28, 2003 7:50 PM 

I know George mentioned that he had a brother. Wouldn't it be funny to finally see him. Maybe it can be played by the same actor who played Neil!

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 29, 2003 8:51 AM 

I thought a cute episode would be Elaine taking a vacation from Jay Peterman and Jay Peterman hires a temp to take her place for the week. Much to Elaine's surprise, the temp is Vegetable Lasagna.

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 29, 2003 1:53 PM 

Kramer gets the idea to start KOL which would compete with AOL. Jerry applauds him for finally spending his money on a "good" business idea.

chad barr

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PostPosted: December 30, 2003 3:17 AM 

i thought of one where george finally gets a lucky break when he buys a lottery ticket and wins, but kramer accidently burns the ticket up with one of his cigars that he so famously used to start many other fires.

The Seinfeld Flag
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 30, 2003 8:19 PM 

That's a good one. Also, George burned his photo of Man Hands.


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PostPosted: December 30, 2003 8:54 PM 

This is just a test..!

Looking Forward to the Triangles
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 31, 2003 2:25 PM 

I have not seen any new episodes about Jerry. How about Jerry decides to perform comedy in an improv group for the first time as opposed to doiung standup and he signs a contract to do it for a month thinking that he would love it, but he HATES it and he is in the contract for a whole year.

So, he plots to get himself thrown out of the improv group, but everything he does just makes people like him better and more. For example, he walked onto stage when he was not in the act and hugged one of the female performers. They loved it. He started making comments that were completely out of context to the act. Nobody noticed and just laughed.

1 month flies by and Jerry is happy to get out, but when he told people goodbye, they reminded him that the contract was for 3 months in the fine print and the recruiter lied. The recruiter left a week before Jerry's first month and Jerry could not find him.

The Puffy Shirt
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: October 7, 2004 8:34 PM 

George and Jerry are leaving the diner when they run into Ted Danson and wife Sidra walking down the street.

Bad Breaker Upper

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PostPosted: October 7, 2004 9:32 PM 

Let's leave the writing to the writers, shall we???
(What writer??? It's a sitcom)

this is frank costanza
Hipster Dufus

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PostPosted: October 8, 2004 11:19 AM 

This might be a bit topical, but how about an episode where Newman and Kramer get into the Ebay business?

It starts out with Kramer hooked on Ebay. He comes into Jerry's apartment with an umbrella hat on or something. He's buying everything in sight. Soon though he has to sell it all to pay for everything he's bought. His apartment is soon bare. Desperate for something to sell, he goes to Jerry.

Lamenting to Jerry, Kramer picks up one of Jerry's spoons and sticks it in his ear to scratch an itch. Jerry tells him to use a Q-tip, and he doesn't want the spoon back, of course.

"Can I keep it?" Kramer says.

"Sure, keep it," Jerry says.

"Gggg," says Kramer. "Can I sell it?"

The Jerry Auction begins. Newman gets in of course, happy in anyway to capitalize on the comedian.

Meanwhile, George, in a fit of frustration he has while stuck behind an old lady on the stairs, picks up her groceries and carries them for her to her door. This gets a a smile from a pretty lady, who doesn't hear him berating the old woman in voiceover, so George spends the entire episode trying to set up situations where he can do something nice for an old lady in front of a young woman.

Elaine in the meantime is shopping for a two-in-one DVD/VCR machine for Puddy's birthday. She buys it at Garage Shack but then sees it cheaper at Radio Lounge. She returns it at Garage Shack, but finds out the one at Radio Lounge is the floor model, which Puddy would frown upon. Garage Shack is sold out when she gets back, and she has to go to Target in Newark to get the same model. Finally she gives it to Puddy and a day later he trades in for a newer model, DVD only. "I like to maintain myself in the state of the art."

When she comes over and sees this, she breaks up with him.

Jerry demands a share of the profits of his items sold on Ebay. "There are no profits!" Kramer says. "We had to feed Newman."

"I have needs," Newman says, disgusting Jerry.

Eventually, the "Gimme that you old bag" line comes out when an old woman refuses George's overenthusiastic help getting onto a full bus of beautiful women.

Ba ba bop puh

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