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PostPosted: September 22, 2003 10:25 AM 

gs: Daniel Von Bargen (Kruger) Angela Featherstone (Cindy) Anthony Crivello (Maxwell) Markus Flanagan (Charles) Sam Whipple (Phone Guy #1) Kyle Colerider-Krugh (Phone Guy #2) Steve Franken (Brendan) Davenia McFadden (Coco) Damon Jones (Watkins) Chip Chinery (Co-Worker #1) Colin McClean (Co-Worker #2) Anthony Mangano (Fireman)

George searches for a nickname and decides on "T-bone". Jerry has hired a maid to clean his apartment. Elaine suspects there is more than cleaning going on. Kramer's girlfriend is moving downtown (10 minutes by subway) to a different way of life. Kramer tells Elaine he is having a fax sent to her apartment, only Elaine informs him that she doesn't have a fax machine. George makes a play for being called "T-bone" at work, but a coworker gets the honor. Elaine gets home to find 57 messages waiting for her, most of them the fax machine trying to deliver Kramer's fax. Elaine catches Jerry kissing the maid. Jerry confesses that he has a personal and work relationship with his maid named Cindy. Kramer's girlfriend is gone and he tells Elaine that he signed up for a food delivery service. They're going to fax him menus for all the restaurants for the next year. Elaine gets a new number and with it a new area code, she really wanted a "changed" number. Kramer and his girlfriend have a relationship by phone. George finds out about Jerry and his maid. Elaine tries to give out her new number to a guy, but the new area code scares him off. George wants his nickname and confronts his coworker, Kruger sees George's gestures through a window and it reminds him of "Koko the Monkey." Elaine finds out a woman in her building has died, she had a telephone number with a 212 area code. When Cindy takes her fee but leaves without cleaning anything, Jerry wonders what he's paid for. Kramer calls him "a john".

George and Jerry swap information on their respective situations at Monk's counter. Kramer returns from visiting his girlfriend and reports the oddities he saw there. The gang tries to communicate while sitting at Monk's counter. Jerry's maid tells George that there is woman at the cleaning service named Coco. George sees this as an opportunity to get out from under this nickname. Jerry breaks up with and fires Cindy. Elaine gets the dead woman's number and receives her first phone call from the woman's grandson who hasn't been told she's dead. Kramer breaks up with his girlfriend and she throws him out. He gets lost downtown and calls on Jerry for help. While going to rescue Kramer, Jerry is confronted by his Cindy's pimp-like boss. He says that Jerry must pay Cindy. Elaine convinces the grandson that his grandma is dying, the boy calls 911. Jerry spots Cindy walking down the street and tries to pay her but gets busted by the police. Elaine's door is broken down by the fire department. Cindy's boss picks up Kramer and it might lead to a new career in cleaning. George gets out from under being "Koko," only to get another nickname, "Gammy."

b: 30-Apr-98 pc: 919 w: Alec Berg & David Mandel & Jeff Schaffer s: Alec Berg & David Mandel & Jeff Schaffer and Kit Boss & Peter Mehlman d: Andy Ackerman

Steven
Low-Talker

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PostPosted: December 17, 2003 11:17 AM 

There are so many funny Kramer moments but this episode has one of my favorites, when Kramer claims he is at the nexis of the universe because he is at the corner of 1st and 1st. Also, does anyone know what episode it is when Kramer is cooking spicy tomato sauce at Jerry's and Jerry calls him and asks him if he is wearing a shirt and Kramer says yes. Jerry asks him what color it is and Kramer responds, "Damn it" and hangs up.

lovin' every minute of it
Magnificent Bastard

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PostPosted: December 17, 2003 12:21 PM 

I love that tomato sauce scene too. It's in The English Patient Read the script of The English Patient Download the full epiosde video of The English Patient Discuss The English Patient .

shmibson
Master of my Domain

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PostPosted: March 6, 2004 12:53 AM 

This has to be my favorite episode, and I'm not entirely sure why. It's just got so many scenes that I absolutely love from them sitting at the bar ("Newman died?") to the "nexus of the universe"

Ezekiel
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PostPosted: March 14, 2004 10:19 PM 

This episode is definitely my favorite because of Elaine's parts.

Kramer: "Hey Elaine, can I pick up those faxes today?"
Elaine: "You can pick 'em up right now. EEEEE-AAAHHHH!"

Also, after she finds out about Jerry and the Maid:

Elaine: "There's nothing more sophisticated than diddling the maid, then chewin' some gum."

Also most of the scenes already mentioned like the tomato sauce and nexus make this the best episode.

Ezekiel
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PostPosted: March 14, 2004 10:20 PM 

This episode is definitely my favorite because of Elaine's parts.

Kramer: "Hey Elaine, can I pick up those faxes today?"
Elaine: "You can pick 'em up right now. EEEEE-AAAHHHH!"

Also, after she finds out about Jerry and the Maid:

Elaine: "There's nothing more sophisticated than diddling the maid, then chewin' some gum."

Also most of the scenes already mentioned like the tomato sauce and nexus make this the best episode.

Ezekiel
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: March 14, 2004 10:21 PM 

Sorry for the double post, accident.

ds
Low-Talker

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PostPosted: May 3, 2004 10:40 AM 

i was yelling t-bone all this weekend, really for no apparant reason.

jay
Low-Talker

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PostPosted: June 9, 2004 1:04 PM 

my favorite part is when kramer points at jerry and says, "uh-oh your're a john."

jay
Low-Talker

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PostPosted: June 9, 2004 1:05 PM 

my favorite part is when kramer points at jerry and says, "uh-oh your're a john."

Ditlev
Low-Talker

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PostPosted: July 2, 2004 3:58 PM 

You can hear that Jerry has got a cold in this episode.

Great episode!

Gendison
Bad Breaker Upper

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PostPosted: July 2, 2004 4:11 PM 

Gammy's getting upset!!!

JKLeafs
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: July 3, 2004 6:10 PM 

You can hear that Jerry has got a cold in this episode.

He explains that he was screaming at hecklers all night.
"Last time I open for a rodeo"

Joe
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 9, 2004 4:15 PM 

Elaine: Gammy might be dying. Yep. Ok. Good-bye, Bobby. Don't call anymore. I'm dead now. Gotta go.

Then Bobby calls 911.

Classic

Bookman
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PostPosted: March 8, 2005 1:49 PM 

I like how Cindy-the-maid nearly echos Puddy (in "The Dealership") when she says, "Koko--that girl's all right."

Jerry
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PostPosted: August 11, 2005 11:15 PM 

I like how you have 1,500 posts that bring nothing to the table.

t-bone
Low-Talker

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PostPosted: August 22, 2005 9:10 PM 

does anyone have a sound clip of the t-bone conversation between jerry, george, and kramer?
("hey, t-bone...no, no t-bone...why no t-bone?")
Thanks for the help!

DRJ
Low-Talker

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PostPosted: August 25, 2006 7:25 PM 

"Don't ever call me or hire me again."
"Then we're through! AND you're fired!"

"Strictly tax purposes!"

"No matter what happens, I will find you!"
"Gaahh!"

Carabus
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PostPosted: September 10, 2008 2:54 AM 

I absolutely love this episode! Kramer has some really classic lines and Jerry seems to be in tip-top shape (except for the voice)



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