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PostPosted: July 24, 2003 9:23 PM 

gs: Kevin Dunn (Joel) Anita Wise (Waitress) Frank Piazza (Customer) Kimberly LaMarque (Teller) Kimberley LaMarque (Teller)

Jerry ponders a few courses of action when he sees that he no longer has anything in common with a clingy and obnoxious childhood friend. George has trouble with his latest relationship. Kramer has the idea to open a chain of make-your-own-pizza parlors and is looking for investors.

b: 14-Jun-90 pc: 102 w: Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld d: Tom Cherones

NOTE: If you exclude the pilot and the 100th episode special, this is the only episode that doesn't have the word "the" as the first word of its title.
While George is at the bank stand with a glass vase full of penny's he says that "he'll have to roll 6000 pennies by himself". I'd estimate about 50,000 pennies in that vase.

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PostPosted: December 5, 2003 11:08 PM 

Actually the episode with Serentiy now is just that.."Serenity Now"

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PostPosted: March 7, 2004 1:11 PM 

Actually, tvtome.com lists "Serenity Now" as "The Serenity Now". So until someone proves me otherwise, I think I was right when I wrote that.

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PostPosted: March 24, 2004 1:17 PM 

YOU'RE NOT GIVING AWAY OUR WATERPICK!

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PostPosted: July 5, 2004 3:45 PM 

Actually Sony Pictures television, the owners of syndication rights for seinfeld, list 3 episodes without "The" in the title

Male Unbonding, Serenity Now, and Junk Mail

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PostPosted: August 12, 2004 12:18 AM 


Note: We see in this episode, like the previous couple that Jerry has a "door knocker" on his door and in the scene when Jerry and George are in the hall way outside Jerry's apartment, the number on the wall next to Jerry's door reads: 411.

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PostPosted: September 10, 2005 6:16 PM 

before taking the empty space into account, 6,000 pennies would occupy .3 cubic feet (2.25 liquid gallons) and weigh about 13 pounds.

50,000 pennies would take up some 2.5 cubic feet (almost 20 gallons) and weigh 110 pounds.

(but then again, "I've seen him lift a hundred pounds over his head like it was nothin!'")

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PostPosted: September 10, 2005 6:17 PM 

before taking the empty space into account, 6,000 pennies would occupy .3 cubic feet (2.25 liquid gallons) and weigh about 13 pounds.

50,000 pennies would take up some 2.5 cubic feet (almost 20 gallons) and weigh 110 pounds.

(but then again, "I've seen him lift a hundred pounds over his head like it was nothin!'")

Tim Chladek
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PostPosted: December 29, 2005 6:31 PM 

I think i may have found a plot hole in this episode. When telling horneck he can't make it to the game Jerry says he has to tutor his nephew. Jerry has no brothers or sisters and thus can not have a nephew. Earlier in the same episode when Jerry is explaining his Relationship with Horneck to George Jerry explains that he knew him when he was a kid because they lived on the same street. It would be assumed that living so close Horneck would have known that Jerry had no siblings.

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PostPosted: December 29, 2005 9:42 PM 

In The Chinese Resteraunt Jerry upset that a woman at his uncles office saw him at dinner. Jerry had plans with his uncle and fears the woman will tell his uncle she ran into him at dinner.

Jerry goes on to say:

You don't know the chain reaction of calls this is going to set off.. New York, Long island, Florida.. It's like the Bermuda Triangle. Unfortunately, nobody ever disappears. My umcle to my aunt, my aunt to my mother, my mother to my uncle, my uncle to my cousin, my cousin to my sister, then my sister to me.


The last sentence clearly states that Jerry does have a sister.

Plot hole??? I think not!

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PostPosted: January 5, 2006 12:11 PM 

This episode contains two references that appear years later in "The Voice." First, of course, is "Kramerica Industries." The other is Jerry's response to Elaine after she tells him she made a man cry after kicking him in the groin. Jerry say's, "You're a couple of tough monkeys." This is echoed in "The Voice" by Kramer, who eventually calls his assistant a "tenacious little monkey."

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PostPosted: January 5, 2006 12:12 PM 

This episode contains two references that appear years later in "The Voice." First, of course, is "Kramerica Industries." The other is Jerry's response to Elaine after she tells him she made a man cry after kicking him in the groin. Jerry say's, "You're a couple of tough monkeys." This is echoed in "The Voice" by Kramer, who eventually calls his assistant a "tenacious little monkey."

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PostPosted: January 5, 2006 12:13 PM 

This episode contains two references that appear years later in "The Voice." First, of course, is "Kramerica Industries." The other is Jerry's response to Elaine after she tells him she made a man cry after kicking him in the groin. Jerry say's, "You're a couple of tough monkeys." This is echoed in "The Voice" by Kramer, who eventually calls his assistant a "tenacious little monkey."

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PostPosted: January 5, 2006 12:14 PM 

This episode contains two references that appear years later in "The Voice." First, of course, is "Kramerica Industries." The other is Jerry's response to Elaine after she tells him she couldn't make a man cry after kicking him in the groin. Jerry say's, "You're a couple of tough monkeys." This is echoed in "The Voice" by Kramer, who eventually calls his assistant a "tenacious little monkey."

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PostPosted: January 5, 2006 12:20 PM 

This episode contains two references that appear years later in "The Voice." First, of course, is "Kramerica Industries." The other is Jerry's response to Elaine after she tells him she couldn't make a man cry after kicking him in the groin. Jerry say's, "You're a couple of tough monkeys." This is echoed in "The Voice" by Kramer, who eventually calls his assistant a "tenacious little monkey."

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PostPosted: March 29, 2006 5:09 AM 

Is this the only title that has all 5 vowels in it? I need to know for a school project.

Jeez.

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PostPosted: June 26, 2006 4:03 PM 

I am not sure but that is quite a school project

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PostPosted: June 26, 2006 6:42 PM 

I'd write a 20 minute bit about how homework stinks.

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PostPosted: March 10, 2008 7:50 PM 

Fikto, Jerry also says "He is one tough monkey" in the episode with Bookman the library cop.



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