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"I'm going to be just fine."

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PostPosted: March 29, 2006 10:25 AM 

Can someone help me with the episode that Jerry says this to Elaine? Elaine says something to the effect, "Something bad has to happen to just has to, and Jerry responds, "I'm going to be just fine." I thought it was the opposite but that wasn't it.

If you know please post. this is an emergency. I am a pastor and need to use it in a sermon on Thursday March 30.

Stan The Caddy

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PostPosted: March 30, 2006 7:53 AM 

Father Justin,

The episode you are looking for is called The Rye Read the script of The Rye Download the full epiosde video of The Rye Discuss The Rye .

Here is the quote:

JERRY: So, you think Clyde told him?
ELAINE: He wrote a song about it!
JERRY: Well, maybe it's a good thing.
ELAINE: No! It's not a good thing! It's a bad thing! Do you know what this is like? To have no control over a relationship? And - and you feel sick to your stomach all the time? Do you know what that's like?
JERRY: No, but I've read articles and I must say it, doesn't sound very pleasant.
ELAINE: You know, one of these days, something terrible is gonna happen to you. It has to!
JERRY: No. I'm gonna be just fine, but as far as your situation, you're seeing him tonight so talk to him about it.

Good luck with the sermon. Wink

Bela Lugosi Jr.
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: March 30, 2006 10:56 AM 

If you're a Catholic pastor and want to be saved from temptation, the "master of your domain" bit in episode The Contest should be useful. Especially in case of an emergency.


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PostPosted: March 31, 2006 11:47 AM 

Or of course you could use the facepainter episode:

"You don't want to mess with us, buddy!! WE'RE THE DEVIL'S!!! THE DEVIL'S!!"


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