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Stan The Caddy

PostPosted: September 22, 2003 9:59 AM 

gs: Megan Cole (Peggy) Kathleen McClellan (Melissa) Jack Hackett (Alan) Michael Fishman (Gregg) David Dunard (Leader) Wayne Wilderson (Walter) Brian Levinson (Andy) Eric Simonson (Friend) John O'Hurley (Peterman) Patrick Warburton (Puddy) James Spader (Jason "Stanky" Hanky)

Jerry's girlfriend walks around his apartment naked; she even eats breakfast and plays Scrabble naked. An old friend of the gang named Jason is going through Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and is currently working on step 9, where you make amends to individuals for past wrongs. George is anxious to receive Jason's apology for the humiliating neck-hole incident. Elaine is offended when her co-worker, Peggy, can't tolerate Elaine's germs, but easily tolerates the germs of other people. Kramer discovers he's been taking too long in the shower, so he tries to make some changes to his shower routine. Jerry comes to realize there is good naked and bad naked, when he sees his girlfriend coughing. Jason stops by the restaurant to apologize to Jerry, but fails to apologize to George. George confronts him later, only to be humiliated some more. Kramer changes don't work out, so he asks for advice from Jerry and observes the men in the shower at a health club. Elaine confronts Peggy and gives her some germs. George tells Jerry how he can show his girlfriend the concept of bad naked using a belt sander. Kramer decides to live in the shower. George talks to Jason's sponsor, who recommends that he attend a meeting, only it's not AA, it's Rage-oholics Anonymous (RA). Jerry executes George's plan. After doing his dishes in the shower, Kramer decides he needs to add a garbage disposal to bathtub. Kramer calls on Puddy for installation advice. Elaine tells Jerry one of the problems with his body and why a naked male body isn't attractive. Puddy tells Elaine why her co-worker doesn't like her germs, she's a "germ-o-phobe," like he used to be ten years ago. He accompanies Elaine on a visit to Peggy to prove his theory. Jerry convinces his girlfriend to put on her clothes; however, he can only picture her naked and unfortunately she can only do the same with him. Kramer cooks up a meal that he serves to Elaine, Puddy and the recovering Peggy, only they all react badly when they find out the kitchen was in the shower. Jason tries to apologize to George, but it isn't quite what George had in mind so they both go into a rage.

b: 11-Dec-97 pc: 909 w: Jennifer Crittenden d: Andy Ackerman

NOTE: Viewer Kim Babij, noticed that in the scene where Melissa goes to get the jar of pickles... they didn't quite frame the shot properly because you can see the waistband of her skin-colored body-suit.
When they are playing Battleship, when Melissa gets up you can see her towel or whatever she is wearing to cover up. oops

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 9, 2004 3:19 PM 

He's beboppin' and scattin', and I'm losin' it!

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: October 5, 2004 8:49 PM 

seriously, hilarious episode! one of my favorites

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: April 22, 2005 2:08 PM 

Favorite quote:
"The female body is a work of art. The male body is utilitarian. It's for gettin' around, like a jeep."

Buck Naked

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PostPosted: April 24, 2005 2:55 PM 

Agreed one my faves from final year.

Jer: will you promise not to come in here ever again
Kramer: (laughing) Jerry, you know I can't do that

J. Chiles

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PostPosted: June 9, 2005 10:52 AM 


When Jerry and Kramer are in Jerry's bathroom for the "dry-run" you can see the edge of the set wall when the camera is behind Jerry looking across the bathroom toward Kramer. You can see the bare edge of a 2X4 at the end of the stud wall.

Messy business, very messy.


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PostPosted: April 2, 2009 3:58 PM 

"When they are playing Battleship, when Melissa gets up you can see her towel or whatever she is wearing to cover up. oops"

Actually, they're playing Scrabble, Battleship was a different episode, entirely.

Definitely one of my favorite episodes

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