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PostPosted: September 19, 2003 4:03 PM 

gs: Marla Sucharetza (Nancy) Lou Cutell (Dr. Cooperman) Yvette Cruise (Clerk) Estelle Harris (Estelle) Jerry Stiller (Frank) Patrick Warburton (Puddy)

Estelle is getting an eye job. Kramer gets his new license plates from the DMV, but the plates say "ASSMAN." Jerry is disturbed when he finds out his mechanic used his "move" on Elaine while making love to her. Kramer makes a statue of Jerry out of fusilli pasta and he makes the most of his new license plates. Jerry confronts his mechanic and later requires his services. Frank becomes the unwitting victim of one of those "freak" accidents proctologists are always telling stories about.

b: 27-Apr-95 pc: 619 w: Marjorie Gross s: Marjorie Gross & Jonathan Gross and Ron Hague & Charlie Rubin d: Andy Ackerman

Chris Heuveneers
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PostPosted: November 26, 2003 8:57 PM 

We first get a hint on Kramer's hobby in creating pasta statues in "The Pool Guy" (107).
In that episode, when Kramer giving out movie information on the phone, we can see behind him, an alignment of little pasta statues.

Dave Pinkston
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PostPosted: February 3, 2004 3:30 PM 

I noticed that they cut the part when Kramer finds a note on his windshield. You don't see the beautiful girls walking away with the big derriere. Must be PC now.
Dave

mike
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PostPosted: February 12, 2004 10:55 AM 

becasue of this episode everytime i play a car game in which you can make you own plates i always put down assman

Charlie
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PostPosted: April 24, 2004 1:39 AM 

As we see in "The Chicken Roasters" and this episode more of Kramer's pasta-personnas can be found. When Kramer is first moving into the apartment you see him unpacking the smaller figurines. 3 of them are very easy to determine who they represent. 1 seems to have long, wavy hair which would be Elaine, another looks like George because the figurine appears to be stout, and one more of them I would guess is Kramer only because it reminds me of a tall-lanky doofus...which is how Kramer is described. In the background where you would normally find the superman statue is a larger "Fusilli Jerry", it may or may not be him but I think I made out what appears to be the microphone so my guess is that it is a larger one...probably not fusilli though. These pasta-statuets appears in numerous episodes on a shelf behind Kramer's couch. Most notably "The Pool Guy" in the last scene where Kramer is hiding from the Moviephone guy. Behind Kramer again appears the larger pasta statue. It similar to the larger one in "The Chicken Roaster" but this one does not have a microphone, I can't exactly make it out on because of the quality of the file but I think I see what looks like a cane in the left hand of that larger one...possibly representing Kramer as the pimp from "The Wig Master".

Carl
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PostPosted: August 22, 2004 4:50 AM 

another is "macaroni Midler" in the understudy

anomen
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PostPosted: August 27, 2004 10:23 AM 

anyone know where i can get a copy of this episode? a torrent file/link would be great...

thanks.

btw: assman! that rules. "million to 1 shot, doc. million to 1..." hehe.

anomen
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PostPosted: August 27, 2004 10:27 AM 

i just went here [http://www.stanthecaddy.com/seinfeld-videos/] and found the torrent files to download Season 6, so i suppose i'll be alright.

No One Important
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PostPosted: October 4, 2004 6:42 PM 

In "The Mango" episode, Elaine says she always faked it with Jerry. If this is the case, why is she so obsessed with Puddy being able to use Jerry's move...

Gendison
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PostPosted: October 4, 2004 6:58 PM 

I don't get the question. She faked it with Jerry because she just wasn't having them back then she said. Even if it was because Jerry didn't her on, it doesn't mean Puddy doesn't turn her on. Considering how often she goes back to him when she's horny, he obviously does. And she obviously loves the move when Puddy does it, so she doesn't want him to stop doing it.

J. Chiles


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PostPosted: October 4, 2004 8:18 PM 

Hey, it's no parlor trick!

Gendison
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PostPosted: October 4, 2004 9:42 PM 

....to be used willy nilly...Tell you what, just don't use the move any more. You're gonna give it a bad name.

Orlando
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PostPosted: November 25, 2004 8:27 PM 

I need to find a picture of Fusilli Jerry. I am going to make one for my friend for his birthday. help


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Jimmy


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PostPosted: November 27, 2004 4:47 AM 

"Elaine says she always faked it with Jerry. If this is the case, why is she so obsessed with Puddy being able to use Jerry's move?"

Beacuse she's a WOMAN! They don't WHAT the hell they want.

Gendison
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PostPosted: November 27, 2004 6:01 PM 

You see, this is why she wasn't in the script. "What do women say?" "I have no idea."

Todd Gack
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PostPosted: May 31, 2005 12:45 PM 

I happened to catch this episode on Fox yesterday. It was nice to see The Assman again; I hadn't seen it in syndication for a long while. It is definitely one of the great Seinfeld episodes, in my opinion. I know I would rank it in my top 5. Can't wait to have this one on DVD, I look forward to the inside look on it!! And hopefully GOOD commentary!!

The Susie
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PostPosted: January 19, 2009 1:42 PM 

When Frank Costanza explains stopping short (19 mins 30 secs) you can see Elaine starting to laugh, then the camera cuts back to another angle.

Dr. Van Nostrand
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PostPosted: June 30, 2009 12:40 AM 

Ravioli George!

Curly
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PostPosted: November 8, 2009 7:22 AM 

Some of the people who do such things should put together a list of all the times the phrase, "What, are you kiddin' me" is used. Puddy says it here.

Then we could ridicule the creator(s) of such a list.



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