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Bruce







PostPosted: April 10, 2004 9:41 PM 

Ok, I had fun asking my fellow Seinfeld fans some of their opinions and some of the answers were very interesting.

Now, this survey is for the "serious" SF fans. We can all say we are die hards, but the question is, are you serious?

Now, ironically, these questions are just for fun. So, you can be serious, but don't take them seriously. Get it? Yeah, I know. That sounds like something you would hear on Seinfeld. huh?

Ok, here we go...GIDDYAP.

1. In the Seven, if you were Newman, who would YOU have given the bike to? Kramer or Elaine?

2. After watching the episode where George confused love and food, can you look at a piece of pastrami the same way?

3. As attractive as Rachel was, would YOU make out with someone attractive during Schindler's List?

4. If you had to have our tonsils out at the last minute , would you pay $4,000 in the hospital or take a chance with Tor Aikman for "38 bucks"?
5. As Elaine pointed out to Jerry in the Bubble Boy, do you agre with Elaine that "There's nothing finer than being in your Diner" was a corny thing to put on an autograph? Frankly, I liked it Smile

6. In an early episode, George mentioned he had brother. Do you think you can deal with another offspring of Frank and Estelle? LOL.

7. They said Kramer's life really a fantasy camp. Name one instance where that proves true.

8. Before The Stand In, did you know that little people have a code about wearing lifts?

9. From Jerry's infactuation with Superman and his partial references to The Green Lantern, would you assume that his favorite cartoon growing up was "The Justice League"?

10. In the Gymnast, would you buy spring water called Moland Spring?

11. Do you think that Kramer and Uma Thurman would make a good couple?

12. Besides Fusilli Jerry and Macaroni Midler, what pasta could be used for Kramer?

13. What was Larry David's funniest cameo?

14. As we all know, Kramer as not selective in his women. We dated some real interesting woman. Which woman is the weirdest woman Kramer ever dated?
a. Low Talker
b. Connie
c. The waitress who never stopped eating
d. Who else?
15. According to The Merv Griffin show, do you think Kramer would make a good talk show host?

Gack
Wigmaster

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PostPosted: April 11, 2004 1:36 AM 

i get a kick out of these.

1. If I were Newman? Elaine. The man wants her in quite a desperate way. Going against her like that would only hurt his chances. Not that Elaine would ever go for Newmie anyway, but hey.

2. I don't care much for pastrami to begin with. Not a big fan of the salted cured meats.

3. If she started it? Absolutely. I bet Spielbergh himself would do it, if the woman were right. We're only men, after all.

4. You're automatically covered for things like tonsil surgery here, so I needn't make that decision. But as a hypothetical, I'd probably play it safe and cough up the dough. (better than coughing up a tonsil, no?)

5. Terrible, terrible line. I would have written "Loved you in NBK."

6. For sure. Any relative of the Costanza's can't help but be intrinsically hilarious.

7. He went to bed with the naked woman across the street.

8. Nope.

9. Perhaps. He's also mentioned a lot of other superheroes, so I might suggest "Superfriends" as well.

10. The Moland part does make it rather unappatizing.

11. No. *Me* and Uma Thurman would make a good couple. I am in love with that woman. I mean, IN LOVE. Less than a week until Kill Bill: Volume 2. Woot!

12. Spaghetti probably. Long and thin, and frustrating to eat unless you know how to handle it properly. Kramer is the spaghetti and tomato sauce on Jerry's face.

13. Not so much a cameo, but just one of his (many) voice parts, the one in 'The Marine Biologist.' And it isn't even LD that makes it funny, but absurdity the situation, when everyone's on the beach, looking at the whale, and LD shouts out "Is anyone here a marine biologist?!" That line makes me howl every time. Only 'Seinfeld' can get away with such unsubtleties.

14. Hilda the waitress was pretty scary. "She's hungry, Jerry!"

15. Maybe. He'd be even better, though, at just doing what he does in that episode, pretending he's a talk show host while everyone else sits there wondering what the hell is going on. 'The Merv Griffin Show' is my favourite Kramer episode.

F. Costanza
Anti-Dentite

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PostPosted: April 11, 2004 7:12 AM 


Here we go:

1. Elaine, since Kramer's massage work went sour.

2. Yes, cause everytime I hear the word "pastrami" I do think of George.

3. You better believe it!

4. I would go with the hospital. Tor was a genuine whack job!

5. No, I also found it to be a classic Seinfeld line.

6. Oh God! 2 George's on one show? Too much to handle. Smile

7. I'd have to say in "The Secretary" when he somehow managed to get Uma Thurman's phone number.

8. No, that was the first time hearing about that.

9. Yes.

10. Hell no! It sounds like a counterfeit brand at that.

11. Yes, but I would hope they didn't have any kids...LOL

12. Bucatini pasta: It's long and goes with Kramer's height and size.

13. The man in the cape. Classic!

14. A. The Low Talker and her puffy shirt were simply hilarious!

15. Definately. He sure has the personality for it.

Laughing Cool

Kramers Big Nose
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: April 11, 2004 5:15 PM 

1. Elaine should have the bike. Stupid Newman!


2. I loved pastrami before that episode and now I see roast beef in a perverted way.

3. As attractive as Rachel was, I definitely would?

4. I am cheap. I would take a chance with Tor Aikman.

5. I thought it was clever. ELaine's an idiot.

6. Ugh! No, I could not take it.

7. For one day, Kramer was the Assman. I wonder what kind of fantasies came from that one day.

8. I am short, but I ain't a little person. So, I think its cool to wear lifts.

9. He liked all the super hero shows.

10. Moland Spring sounds cool.

11. Anybody and Uma Thurman would make a good couple!

12. Gnocchi Kramer.

13. The voice of George Steinbrenner.

14. I thought the low talker was cute.

15. He would be great!

Kramers Big Nose
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: April 11, 2004 5:15 PM 

1. Elaine should have the bike. Stupid Newman!


2. I loved pastrami before that episode and now I see roast beef in a perverted way.

3. As attractive as Rachel was, I definitely would?

4. I am cheap. I would take a chance with Tor Aikman.

5. I thought it was clever. ELaine's an idiot.

6. Ugh! No, I could not take it.

7. For one day, Kramer was the Assman. I wonder what kind of fantasies came from that one day.

8. I am short, but I ain't a little person. So, I think its cool to wear lifts.

9. He liked all the super hero shows.

10. Moland Spring sounds cool.

11. Anybody and Uma Thurman would make a good couple!

12. Gnocchi Kramer.

13. The voice of George Steinbrenner.

14. I thought the low talker was cute.

15. He would be great!

Little Jerry Seinfeld
Germaphobe

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PostPosted: April 11, 2004 6:21 PM 

1. Kramer, they had a verbal agreement. And we all know that 'if you cant take someone by their word, all hope is lost.'

2. Probably not... But I mean, Postrami is and always has been the most sensual of the salted cured meats.

3. Well, no. 1 Im not Jewish so no.2 would be probably. Now, if I was Jewish, probably not.

4. I'd try Tor. $38 is alot less then $4,000.

5. I loved the line. It would be the first thing I would write for an autograph in a diner. And I thought it was very (sitcom)Jerry-ish.

6. I bet another off-spring of the Costanzas would probably be alot like Stewart Smalley from SNL, but a little meaner.

7. He was in a fight with Yankee Legends! He punched out Mickey! Those are both fantasys of Red Sox fans!

8. I was not aware of it.

9. I would say so. I also liked his commercial with Superman a while back.

10. It IS water...

11. I agree with F. Costanza above me.

12. I have no idea.

13. Absolutely the spaceman or whatever on TV in 'The Heart-Attack'. Hillarious! Also Steinbrenner (Gotta love the
"W:Mr. Steinbrenner, I think George Costanza is missing!
GS:How bout a good morning Wilhelm?
W:Good morning sir
GS:Good morning to you Wilhelm )

14. I thought the Librarian was funny...
(Jerry: (something like) Howd you get the Librarian?!
Kramer: ..Im Kramer)

15. Absolutely! Because when you're on his set, you clean it up mister!

Little Jerry Seinfeld
Germaphobe

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PostPosted: April 11, 2004 6:23 PM 

1. Kramer, they had a verbal agreement. And we all know that 'if you cant take someone by their word, all hope is lost.'

2. Probably not... But I mean, Postrami is and always has been the most sensual of the salted cured meats.

3. Well, no. 1 Im not Jewish so no.2 would be probably. Now, if I was Jewish, probably not.

4. I'd try Tor. $38 is alot less then $4,000.

5. I loved the line. It would be the first thing I would write for an autograph in a diner. And I thought it was very (sitcom)Jerry-ish.

6. I bet another off-spring of the Costanzas would probably be alot like Stewart Smalley from SNL, but a little meaner.

7. He was in a fight with Yankee Legends! He punched out Mickey! Those are both fantasys of Red Sox fans!

8. I was not aware of it.

9. I would say so. I also liked his commercial with Superman a while back.

10. It IS water...

11. I agree with F. Costanza above me.

12. I have no idea.

13. Absolutely the spaceman or whatever on TV in 'The Heart-Attack'. Hillarious! Also Steinbrenner (Gotta love the
"W:Mr. Steinbrenner, I think George Costanza is missing!
GS:How bout a good morning Wilhelm?
W:Good morning sir
GS:Good morning to you Wilhelm )

14. I thought the Librarian was funny...
(Jerry: (something like) Howd you get the Librarian?!
Kramer: ..Im Kramer)

15. Absolutely! Because when you're on his set, you clean it up mister!

Frank's Army Kitchen
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: April 12, 2004 5:02 PM 

I love these questions. Good job.

J. Chiles


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PostPosted: April 12, 2004 7:12 PM 

1. Kramer. A verbal contract is just that. Without rules – there is chaos. Plus, Kramer WOULD have been Solomon’s choice.
2. Yes, provided it is between two good pieces of rye.
3. Without question.
4. Pay the $4000 for the operation and another $4000 to keep Tor the hell away from me.
5. As clever as the TV Jerry could be, perhaps.
6. There is good reason for him never having made an appearance.
7. His intern when to jail for the Play Now rubber bladder incident, while Kramer skated.
8. And the code is B-O-S-C-O
9. I’d figure his favorite cartoon growing up is his favorite as an adult.
10. If it was cold.
11. Kramer and anyone make a good couple but she better not think the first name is Bill.
12. Linguine
13. The Boss
14. The ‘call me I think I have what you want” women (Assman).
15. Only if he could keep the cue cards straight.

Gymrat
Low-Talker

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PostPosted: April 16, 2004 2:44 PM 

1. Kramer....Newman would brake the bike cuz he's too fat.

J. Chiles


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PostPosted: April 16, 2004 3:08 PM 

Though the decision was between Kramer and Elaine. However, Kramer DOES wind up with the bike, albeit modified with solid tires and a "beefier" fork and seat! Smile

lovin' every minute of it
Magnificent Bastard

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PostPosted: April 16, 2004 7:55 PM 

I don't want to upset the rageaholic but Newman ends up with the modified bike !

J. Chiles


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PostPosted: April 17, 2004 7:45 PM 

Oy! Of course. I don't know why I typed Kramer when I was visualizing Newman pedalling down the sidewalk while I typed! Smile



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