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The Friars Club

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Stan The Caddy

PostPosted: September 20, 2003 9:44 PM 

gs: Rob Schneider (Bob) Pat Cooper (Himself) Rob Schneider (Bob) Samantha Smith (II) (Hallie) Lisa Kushell (Connie) Robert Martin Robinson (Maitre 'd) Norman Large (Detective) Peggy Lane (Waitress) The Flying Karamazov Brothers (The Flying Sandos Brothers) Heidi Swedberg (Susan) John O'Hurley (Peterman) Phil Morris (Jackie Chiles)

George is happy because he has a three-month reprieve. The wedding is delayed until June (just in time for the end of the May sweeps and a cliffhanger!). Meanwhile he is also excited because Jerry is going to go out with Susan's best friend. He envisions their friendship in the future as being "Gatsby"-like. Jerry is trying to get into the Friars Club, but loses a jacket he "borrowed" for dinner there, at a performance of comedic jugglers that was "worked on" by Susan's friend. Kramer tries to duplicate the sleeping patterns of Da Vinci and falls asleep at some inopportune moments; one of which puts him put in the Hudson River. Peterman hires a deaf employee and Elaine suffers the consequences, when she gets loaded with some of his work. Trying to see how deaf he really is, Elaine comes on to him, which Peterman overhears and tries to help out their budding relationship.

b: 07-Mar-96 pc: 718 w: David Mandel d: Andy Ackerman


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PostPosted: October 10, 2004 10:09 PM 

Always remember a Seinfeld show in which he comments how much better the stalls in the handicapped restroom where than regular stalls. He went on as to how good they had it. I always thought that it may have been offensive to folks with special needs and I don't ever remember seeing the episode again.
Any info?

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: December 25, 2004 11:34 PM 

You must mean "The Voice" when George talks about how great the handicapped stall is ("Sitting on that makes me feel like a gargoyle!")

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: June 19, 2005 11:06 PM 

I loved when Kramer was dropped at the river!!!! really funny

Steve Feinstein

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PostPosted: August 15, 2005 10:25 PM 

In the very first scene, when George is skipping and spinning down the street, he steps off the curb and almost gets hit buy a car.
On the pavement there's what look like chalk marks of T's that are what I think an actor's mark would look like so he's in the right place for some shot or another.
But George ignores these marks, so they must be for some other scene.
I think this would be considered a goof. It ruins the illusion of it being a real NYC street. My suspended disbelief becomes unsupported and drops right to the floor.

Le George
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: October 12, 2005 1:05 PM 

Yeah, like its important that its real. The scene itself was very funny Smile george almost getting run over by a car was gold, steve, gold! gold!

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PostPosted: May 14, 2007 11:32 PM 

SOmeone explain why Bob (Rob Schneider) has an earpiece when he can never hear anyone? Was he faking like Elaine was suggesting all along?

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