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Stan The Caddy







PostPosted: September 20, 2003 9:55 PM 

gs: Brad Garrett (Tony) Brenda Strong (Sue Ellen) Patrick Kerr (Clerk) Harvey Jason (Auctioneer) Larry Polson (Homeless Guy) Wayne Knight (Newman) Richard Herd (Wilhelm) John O'Hurley (Peterman)

George doesn't hear the details on an important project that Wilhelm wants him to champion. Peterman wants Elaine to bid on a set of golf clubs at the Kennedy auction, her ceiling is $10,000; however, she gets into a bidding war with Sue Ellen, the Oh Henry! candy heiress. Consequently, she spends a bit more than she was authorized. Newman finds the missing ingredient to make it cost effective in Kramer's scheme to collect used pop bottles and cans and take them to Michigan where the refund is doubled. Jerry takes his car to a mechanic, who's fanatical about car care. Elaine meets Jerry to get the golf clubs out of his car, but the mechanic, distraught over Jerry's negligence, steals it. Kramer and Newman collect their bottles and cans and hit the road in a mail truck.

b: 02-May-96 pc: 721 w: Gregg Kavet & Andy Robin d: Andy Ackerman

NOTE: Originally broadcast as part of a 60 min episode.

Ryan Henson
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PostPosted: December 22, 2003 5:08 PM 

This is a great episode of seinfeld mainly because of tony

mopikope
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PostPosted: January 19, 2004 7:47 PM 

I think the payroll guy George speaks with is the blind man Michael from Curb Your Enthusiasm. If it is, Larry David takes care of the people he works with, because now he's also got Christine Taylor on, who played Jerry's girlfriend in one episode.

The doll
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: April 8, 2004 6:32 AM 

Was larry david involved in this season of seinfeld?

F. Costanza
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PostPosted: April 8, 2004 2:13 PM 


"The Triple A guy said I was this close to suckin' a muffin down the carburetor!"

Laughing

Dio
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 21, 2004 2:00 AM 

The payroll guy (Lafarge), is Patrick Kerr. If you watch Frasier you'll know him as Noel Shempsky.

Boondoggle
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PostPosted: November 1, 2004 11:30 PM 

Just read somewhere that Ray Romano guest starred on Seinfeld. Can't remember it. Anyone know if it's true?

lovin' every minute of it
Magnificent Bastard

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PostPosted: November 3, 2004 1:09 PM 

Ray Romano on Seinfeld is not true.

parsaj
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PostPosted: November 16, 2004 8:29 PM 

Great episode, but why woul kramer screw up all their plans to follow that guy. I would have take the exit, and then called the cops and say i saw the car back on the highway, tha way he would never have gotten caught in the mail truck, and the car and golf clubs would be returned in perfect condition.

I hate it when theres an obvious solution, but they choose something else. Evil or Very Mad

Gendison
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PostPosted: November 16, 2004 9:44 PM 

Yeah, like when Kramer listens to Stan about making Sue Ellen try on the bra, or when he accepts all the free coffee instead of waiting to hear the whole affer, or when he makes a deal with the tobacco company instead of letting Jackie do it. What was he thinking??? You'd think it was some kind of sit-com or something. People, they're the worst.

lovin' every minute of it
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PostPosted: November 17, 2004 12:18 PM 

parsaj said:
"the car and golf clubs would be returned in perfect condition"

That's not necessarily true. Tony may have gotten involved in a high speed chase with the police and wrecked the car causing an explosion. The car would be destroyed, the golf clubs fried and Tony dead. That's not funny at all. Crying or Very Sad

Newman
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PostPosted: February 20, 2005 8:11 PM 

I thought this was the greatest episode of Seinfeld of all time. Absolutely hysterical!!!

Paul
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PostPosted: March 17, 2005 8:38 AM 

I don't understand.... I did a search for "Teri Garr" (one of my favorites) to see if she might have appeared some where. The search brought me here to Episodes 1 and 2, but with no sign of her. Anyone know?

Bookman
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PostPosted: March 17, 2005 12:52 PM 

Are you sure you're on the right website? I just searched her in the Internet Movie Database, and she isn't credited with any "Seinfeld" appearances. She is, however, listed as having appeared in two episodes of "Friends."

Paul
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PostPosted: March 18, 2005 12:25 PM 

Yes, I'm where I belong. "Friends?" Sorry, never! But, try it yourself nonetheless. I even did a word search on the scripts themselves and she isn't mentioned in any dialogue, either. Oh, well.

Bookman
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PostPosted: March 18, 2005 12:36 PM 

Wait a minute, Paul. You're saying you went to the IMDB, searched "Teri Garr," you found her, read her "Notable TV Appearances," and she isn't credited with having made two appearances in "Friends"? Or are you saying, simply, that you don't like "Friends" and that I should try it sometime? Your ambiguity raises a cloud of suspicion.

Because, Paul, when you said you "did a search" for Teri Garr, and it brought you "here to Episodes 1 and 2," the burden of proof shifted to you to establish that you're not a complete ignoramus.

cousin jeffrey
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PostPosted: March 18, 2005 3:08 PM 

Bookman, you crazy bastard, what Paul is saying is that he went on the script search on this site and typed "teri garr". the results came up with the Bottle Deposits 1 and 2. And since there is no teri garr mentioned in any of the scripts, he was wondering whether there was a problem with the search, or something to that extent. then you suggested that he might be an ignoramus. now the burden of proof shifts to you to establish that you're not a complete ass. Embarassed

Bookman
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PostPosted: March 18, 2005 4:30 PM 

Hmmmm. I gave the dude more credit than he deserved. Who would begin a search for Teri Garr to see whether she'd ever appeared in a "Seinfeld" episode on this site? The IMDB is right there. It's two aisles over.

cousin jeffrey
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PostPosted: March 18, 2005 5:37 PM 

So let me get this straight...you would rather have people use the script search to find the answers to their questions. But now, when a guy uses it and finds a problem, you all of a sudden say that he should have been looking somewhere else? It doesn't matter where he began his search, all that matters was that he found a problem with the search and looked to one of the regulars for some help and had to settle for you.

Not much comedy in this thread. so here goes:
What's half-white, half-black, and emits a foul odor?
An Indian!
What is Italy's largest natural resource?
Oil!
Why are Scotsmen so angry?
All those women, not one of them good-looking!

Now that's Racism!!!
See, Gendison's not the only one! Try to guess what nationality i am. and no, i'm not an aryan, no matter what my Mother says.

Bookman
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PostPosted: March 18, 2005 5:55 PM 

All that other baloney was funny, yada yada yada. But let me correct you on a misconception, cousin jeffrey.

I have no problem with anybody, including you, using the "Seinfeld" script search engine. But anyone wishing to learn whether a specific actor ever appeared in a "Seinfeld" episode would be better off searching the IMDB, if for no other reason than that site isn't spelling-sensitive. And indeed, unlike this site, it is cross-referenced.

(And, it turns out, Teri Garr has had her name spelled different ways for different credits, including Teri, Terri, and Terry. If you type any of those names next to Garr, you'll her IMDB entry. Here, if the transcriber misspelled any actor's name, or if you did, you'd get an erroneous search result.)

You want to use this site to find an actor's possible "Seinfeld" appearance? Go ahead. The IMDB is better. And as I quickly deduced that Paul was not a diehard "Seinfeld" fan--otherwise, as a Teri Garr fan he would've known she'd never appeared on the show--I assumed he began his search where anyone with any sense would begin: the IMDB.

That's what I get for assuming. I should never assume. It leads to assumptions.

Gendison
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PostPosted: March 18, 2005 7:18 PM 

"Gendison's not the only one"....Whoah Whoah, Back it up....beep...beep...beep. What do you mean the "only" one???

I'm not getting on your case Cousin J, because I know you were just joking, but just to set the record straight for those who might have only caught bits and pieces of some idiot accusing me of being racist. I never made a racist comment or anything that would have been misinterpreted as such by anyone with more than half a brain. Plain and simple...If anyone wants to know what was said by who I'll be glad to recant the story, but i don't really thing anyone cares.

As far as those jokes, Cousin J, racial or not, they just weren't funny.

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