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PostPosted: September 21, 2003 9:27 PM 

gs: Tom Gallop (Alan) Ray Stricklyn (Clarence) Diana Bellamy (Mrs. Ricardi) Rick Hall (Vet) Carl Banks (Policeman #1) Barry Cutler (Policeman #2) Kev O'Neil (Waiter) Ossie Mair (Driver) Fred Pinkard (Old Man) Rene Weisser (Ex-Girlfriend) Brian Blondell (Dog Guy) Theresa Mulligan (Woman) Florinel Fatulescu (Stand Owner) Wayne Knight (Newman) Estelle Harris (Estelle) Jerry Stiller (Frank)

George is excited about the new apartment he is going to move into. Elaine is on a blind date, now called a "set-up." Jerry takes Kramer to his self-storage where they discover that Newman has been hiding bags of mail. George finds out he can't get his apartment because the tenant association is going to give it to an Andrea Doria survivor. Elaine is told her date won't be making it because he's been stabbed. She is aroused by the situation. Kramer's cold is getting bad and he's not going to the doctor, they botched his vasectomy, he's more potent now than ever. Jerry tries to get Newman to get rid of the mail; however, he's not interested because he didn't get the transfer to Hawaii. Kramer finds a dog with a cold that he volunteers to take to the vet, so he can get medicine for their colds. Elaine meets her blind date who gets coffee thrown in his face from another ex-girlfriend. She discovers his problem is that he is a "bad breaker upper." George confronts his rival for the apartment and decides to wage war. Elaine's blind date breaks up with her and tells she has "a big head." From a suggestion by Jerry, George asks for a hearing with the association and tells them the story of his life. Jerry forms "an alliance" with Newman that will hopefully get him out of his life forever. Jerry tries to get Kramer to take his medication. He discovers that Kramer is taking dog medication and beginning to exhibit the signs of being a dog. The big head comment begins to hold true for Elaine and she makes a comment about jamming "a fork in his forehead." Jerry tries to take Kramer to a real doctor. After Kramer bites Newman's ankle, Jerry offers to deliver the rest of his mail. He is too efficient for the post office. Elaine meets up with her blind date and makes good on her promise. Kramer saves the day. George and the survivor don't get the apartment.

b: 19-Dec-96 pc: 810 w: Spike Feresten d: Andy Ackerman

Blair
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PostPosted: October 4, 2003 11:41 PM 

This is, in my opinion, the best Seinfeld Episode ever (it was a tough choise). I think that each character has their own hilarious story and the end fits together so well. "11 out of 10"

Bruce
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PostPosted: October 6, 2003 10:30 PM 

Agreed, this episode is definitely the best episode.

Anonymous
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: November 9, 2003 12:59 PM 

Definetely a good one

justin
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PostPosted: November 10, 2003 7:51 PM 

Very funny this one, "How many people die on a regular cruise 50, 60?". George talks of how the Andrea Doria sunk in to the ocean like an old man getting into a bath!

Little Jerry Seinfeld
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 5, 2003 4:05 PM 

While I do love this episode, I think that "The Serenity Now" is the best Seinfeld ever!

How they thought of having Kramer put up a screen door, and then act like he has a house and sits outside, is just brilliant.

Never laughed so hard at a Seinfeld episode, and they all make me laugh hard! Smile

Marine Biologist
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: May 24, 2004 5:28 PM 

Kramer is totally over the top in this one, but it works ... his taking on the characteristics of a dog is one of the funniest bits in all of Seinfeld-land Laughing And the ending, involving a canine Kramer, is one of the best!!

For some reason I never came across this episode in my tapings from TBS; I first saw it on one of my home made DVD's created from Stan's HQ collection - thanks, Stan Smile

LoadBearingWall
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PostPosted: March 10, 2005 1:58 PM 

Whenever Kramer starts rattling off useless information from one of the strange books in his collection (this one was something like "Great Disasters of the Sea")it is insanely hilarious. The way he was talking with food in his mouth about the Andrea Doria crashing off the coast of Nantucket brings me to tears everytime. The other episode when he pulled out the mole and skin disease book was just as funny, with Jerry saying "You shouldn't even have books like this."

Dave
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PostPosted: June 14, 2005 8:03 PM 

What song is playing in the background when Jerry is delivering mail?

Jimmy


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PostPosted: June 15, 2005 12:47 AM 

Jimmy will look it up in his new book "Great Postal Showtunes."

David Ramos
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PostPosted: June 17, 2005 12:50 PM 

well, needless to say Seinfeld is without a doubt the greatest show of all time, but there's no way i could ever pick just one episode for my favorite...i do like the one where Kramer transforms his apartment into the Merv Griffin Show, though. Does anyone know when season five is coming out?



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