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PostPosted: June 9, 2004 11:08 PM 

This has to do with the episode where George gets the chair for the security guard. He's talking to Jerry in the coffee shop about the chair, and Jerry says something like it might distract him from the criminals. George points out that all he has to do is get up from the chair. My question is, when George does the "demonstration" of being the security guard and getting up from the chair, does he say "Stop It Stop It Stop It" or "Snap It Snap It Snap It". I think he says "Stop It" because the security guard has to "Stop" the criminals, but it really sounds like "Snap It". Does anyone have an answer for this???

John
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PostPosted: June 9, 2004 11:22 PM 

Yeah he gets up from his chair and is like "Criminals stop it stop it stop it" as he is moving his hands like he is shooting someone

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Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: June 9, 2004 11:26 PM 

It's Stop it Stop it. Here's a copy/paste from the script of that episode:

JERRY: Well, what about criminal activity? He's got to be alert.

GEORGE: What, he can't jump out of the chair? How long does that take? Here look at this. (he moves to the end of the booth) Here, watch. (stands up) Criminals. Boom. I'm up. (pretends he's shooting) Stop It! Stop It! Stop It!



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