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Stan The Caddy







PostPosted: September 19, 2003 4:21 PM 

gs: Mark Metcalf (Maestro) Gary Yates (Security Guard) Paul Michael (Giggio) James Noah (Ned) Tim Bagley (Manager) Richard McGonagle (Mr. Star) Kenneth Ryan (Mr. Burns) Kymberley S. Newberry (Ms. Jordan) David Wendelman (Waiter) Heidi Swedberg (Susan) Phil Morris (Jackie Chiles)

George is feeling the pressures of his relationship with Susan and decides that he needs to help a security guard that works at her uncle's store. Kramer's friend "Maestro", makes a comment about getting a rental property in Tuscany that makes Jerry decide to do some research. Elaine begins dating the "Maestro." Kramer's out of court settlement in his lawsuit against the coffee house, free coffee at any location around the world, gets him "hopped up on the caffeine." Jerry asks Poppy about Tuscany and is referred to Poppy's cousin, who makes him an offer he can't refuse.

b: 05-Oct-95 pc: 703 w: Larry David d: Andy Ackerman

NOTE: Mark Metcalf who played "Maestro" in this episode is probably best remembered for his role of Douglas C. Niedermeyer in National Lampoon's Animal House and the Twisted Sister music video "We're Not Gonna Take It."

Roger McDowell
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PostPosted: March 30, 2004 3:14 PM 

The Maestro got all offended when he and Elaine were eating dinner and she said "What are you getting Bob?"

J. Chiles


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PostPosted: March 30, 2004 4:08 PM 

Oh, sure, Leonard Bernstein gets to be called Maestro just because he conducts the New York Philharmonic.....

Gendison
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 26, 2004 12:27 PM 

Maybe not a mistake, but a little strange. When George brings the chair to the security guard, the guard asks him "Are you sure this is alright with Mr. Ross?" and George answers "Don't worry about it, I'm his nephew". But George is Mr. Ross's future son-in-law, not his nephew.
Also, maybe this has been mentioned before, but it's a different actor playing MR. Ross, no?

J. Chiles


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PostPosted: August 26, 2004 12:36 PM 

I think it was Susan's uncle, not father, who owned the store. Still, though, George would be a future nephew-in-law (is such a title exists)! Smile

Gendison
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 26, 2004 1:05 PM 

Well that would make more sense. I'll go back and see if it's her uncle, but you're probably right.

Lloyd Braun
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PostPosted: September 6, 2004 5:33 PM 


J. Chiles once again, you are wrong, try listening to the show when you watch it and you'll hear that Susan does say it's her uncle's store. Try not to be so trigger happy, I love making fun of you, and since you don't have any kind of life unlike me, I know you'll go back to this post and check give everyone more pointless info, you've been to every episode guide post, why go back? You've got to be one nasty looking slob if you have so much time on your hands to park your 2 ton self in front of a computer so often.

Anonymous
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: September 6, 2004 5:35 PM 

J. Chiles once again, you are wrong, try listening to the show when you watch it and you'll hear that Susan does say it's her uncle's store. Try not to be so trigger happy, I love making fun of you, and since you don't have any kind of life unlike me, I know you'll go back to this post and check give everyone more pointless info, you've been to every episode guide post, why go back? You've got to be one nasty looking slob if you have so much time on your hands to park your 2 ton self in front of a computer so often.

Lloyd Braun
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PostPosted: September 6, 2004 5:36 PM 

J. Chiles once again, you are wrong, try listening to the show when you watch it and you'll hear that Susan does say it's her uncle's store. Try not to be so trigger happy, I love making fun of you, and since you don't have any kind of life unlike me, I know you'll go back to this post and check give everyone more pointless info, you've been to every episode guide post, why go back? You've got to be one nasty looking slob if you have so much time on your hands to park your 2 ton self in front of a computer so often.

Gendison
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PostPosted: September 6, 2004 6:54 PM 

Yes she does say it's her Uncle. She says "He's impossible to shop for Uncle Ned". Once again Jackie's right and Lloyd makes a total idiot of himself without anyone's help....hahahaha. Besides the fact that Lloyd's the only one that's posted here as often as he has and is still stupid enough to keep making multiple posts because he still hasn't figured out that the posts do always come up eventually, I have a theory about Lloyd...He's in love with Jackie, he wants to be like Jackie. That's why he's always teasing him, only to get frustrated when he realises that, once again, he put his foot in his mouth and embarrasses himself again...hahaha...Lloyd, YOU LOVE HIM...hahahaha.
I was going to suggest to Stan that maybe it's about time he bans Lloyd, which would be easy to do with his ISP no., but it's actually more fun having him around...nothing better than watching someone losing it and getting frustrated because he makes himself a laughing stock....hahaha....Every forum needs a LLoyd...hahahaha.

J. Chiles


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PostPosted: September 7, 2004 12:47 PM 

Hmmm, well, there is a first for everything. Sorry, it's not Braun making a post that remotely resembles sanity - that ain't ever gonna happen. No, it is the first time I've ever been accused of being wrong and then watch as the foolish accuser corrects me by using the very words I spoke previously.

You know, Braun, I realize that you think of yourself as some devilish protagonist who gets under my skin (and that of LEMOI and others). However, your posts are mostly just hilariously retarded. While you have proven time and again that you are an unmitigated idiot, I also find you sadly pathetic. Maybe seek some help. And, BTW, what were you doing on this board on the LABOR DAY HOLIDAY? Don’t you have anything better to do with your life? I mean, c’mon, if I’d known you were that desperate and lonely I’d have invited you to join us in Carmel for some sun over the weekend and treated you to a round of golf at Pebble Beach or Spyglass – and you wouldn’t have even needed a Cuban cigar for greens fees.

lovin' every minute of it
Magnificent Bastard

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PostPosted: September 8, 2004 9:20 AM 

You can get on Pebble Beach and Spyglass ! I'll be right over ! Very Happy

Grossbard
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: November 4, 2004 12:32 AM 

Does anyone know how many dollars equal 7,500 lira? Jerry pays 2000 lira to rent the house and pays the taxi driver 7500. I tried to find a conversion but Italy is now Euros.

J. Chiles


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PostPosted: November 4, 2004 12:03 PM 

No, Ciccio asked for 2,000,000 Lira for the rent, not 2,000 Lira. While now obsolete, having been replaced by the Euro, in today's market, 75,000 Lira would be about $50US, while 2,000,000 Lira would be about $1,330US.

Kapeesh?

The Moop
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PostPosted: November 4, 2004 2:39 PM 

Sí, sí.

Jimmy


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PostPosted: November 6, 2004 3:43 PM 

Moop,

Don't ever pay more for a cab ride than you'd pay for renting a house? Just a bit of advice Shocked

bryan
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PostPosted: December 6, 2004 6:26 PM 

Sorry to stray, but I've always wondered about the character "The Maestro". I'm into older Porsches and I would always watch in the background of Jerry's apartment for a few pieces of Porsche stuff that would pop up. I know he is a fan of the cars as well. In the older Porsche world there was a mechanic who worked mostly on 356's and referred to himself as "The Maestro". I always thought that it was kind of cocky and the guy must be pretty arrogant. Anyway, I looked up some of his articles and it turns out that he is just a funny guy and is extremely knowledgeable with those cars. In one of his stories he related how he had gotten a call from Jerry's real life girlfriend about Jerry having problems with his 356 Porsche. Anyway, he fixed it and Jerry was happy.
So...to get to the point..I wonder if Jerry based the character 'The Maestro' on the Porsche gentleman.
The maestro 'porsche one' has died a while back but I wonder if he saw that episode and realized it might be a tip of the hat to him.

Regifter
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PostPosted: December 8, 2004 3:47 PM 

The character of The Maestro contains an extremely obscure Superman reference. His real name, Bob Cobb, was used as a secret identity by a character in a Superboy comic, issue #89 published in 1961.

Bookman
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PostPosted: December 8, 2004 5:41 PM 

I heard Bob Cobb invented the Cobb salad, but that's another show.

Gendison
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PostPosted: December 12, 2004 6:13 PM 

I thought he invented corn.

Jimmy


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PostPosted: December 16, 2004 1:15 AM 

Seymour Cornhole invented corn...

...and there was never a Joseph Garnish.

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