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The Pilot (Part 2)

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Stan The Caddy







PostPosted: September 16, 2003 6:33 PM 

gs: Anne Twomey (Rita) Jeremy Piven (Michael Barth (TV George)) Larry Hankin (Tom Pepper (TV Kramer)) Kevin Page (Stu) Elena Wohl (Sandi Robbins (TV Elaine)) Al Ruscio (Manager) Richard Gant (Fred) Peter Blood (Jay) Brian Bradley (Butler) Bob Shaw (Paul) Deborah Swisher (1st AD) Jeff Oetjen (Wilton) Pat Hazell (Himself) Kari Coleman (Allison) Bill Erwin (Sid) Lanei Chapman (Housekeeper) Jane Leeves (Marla) Unknown (John-John) Rick Overton (The Drake) Elizabeth Dennehy (Allison) Maggie Han (Cheryl) Ping Wu (Ping) Brian Doyle-Murray (Mel) Carol Mansell (Mother) Jon Hayman (Voice of Donald) Jennifer Lynn Campbell (Tia) Nicholas Hormann (Calvin) Teri Hatcher (Sidra) Tony Amendola (Sal Bass (Rushdie)) Larry David (Man on Raft (uncredited)) Bob Balaban (Russell) Peter Crombie ("Crazy" Joe) Heidi Swedberg (Susan) Barney Martin (Morty) Liz Sheridan (Helen) Wayne Knight (Newman)

Rehearsals for the pilot begin. Russell's obsession with Elaine begins to affect his work. George asks TV Kramer about the raisins. The real Kramer might be forced to work on his plumbing problem by using the "dreaded apparatus." Elaine gets an investigation started on the owner of the diner. George gets the results of the biopsy of his white spot. At the taping of the pilot, Elaine sneaks in disguised and "Crazy" Joe jumps out of the audience. Elaine finds Morty's wallet in Jerry's couch. Everyone from the past season comments on the pilot as it's broadcast, they all think it's great. When Russell disappears, the fate of the pilot is in the hands of the new president, a person convinced that Jerry can't act.

b: 20-May-93 pc: 424 w: Larry David d: Tom Cherones

NOTE: Originally broadcast as part of a 60 min episode. The major characters from the past season that make comments on the pilot were not credited for this episode; however, we know who most of them were, so I've included their credit for this episode.

Jonny
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PostPosted: January 12, 2004 8:17 PM 

I watched this episode today on Paramount Comedy Channel (which is broadcasted in London, England). The moment that Crazy Joe jumps out of the audience is a paused for the advert break. But then when the show returns, it just shows Jerry and co sitting down at home to watch the show. So what did Crazy Joe do? Shocked

J. Chiles


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PostPosted: January 13, 2004 7:35 PM 

Supposedly, Crazy Joe leaps from the crowd and yells "sic semper tyrannis!" ("Thus be it ever to tyrants!"), the cry John Wilkes Booth belted out after shooting Lincoln. All else is left to the imagination, probably that Crazy Joe simply distrupted the affair.

pete
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PostPosted: November 25, 2004 3:57 PM 

i watched this episode the night before we learned in class about lincoln and i remebered the line "sic semper tyrannis" and my teacher gave me 10 extra points ona test...so thank you seinfeld! Very Happy

Rich
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PostPosted: February 18, 2005 11:51 PM 

What was Kramers name when he was auditioning for himself? It was a funny name. Van Nostrum, something like that

Anonymous
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: May 23, 2005 2:28 PM 

Larry David was in this episode, did any 1 else see. it also looked like he was with Kenny Kramer on the little raft

Jared
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: June 20, 2005 1:04 AM 

That's Larry Charles next to him on the Greenpeace raft. It's confirmed by director Tom Cherones in the commentary.

Lomez
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PostPosted: June 3, 2011 12:14 AM 

All of the people in the crowd were cast and crew members. Karen Wilkie, a writer's assistant, is next to Crazy Joe Divola.



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