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Stan The Caddy

PostPosted: September 19, 2003 10:25 PM 

gs: Carlos Jacott (Ramon) Billy Williams (Usher) Alec Mapa (Paul) Dom Magwili (Dustin) Wayne Knight (Newman) Heidi Swedberg (Susan)

Elaine has tickets for a historical clothing exhibit and realizes that she has no female friends, Jerry suggests that she ask Susan. Kramer suggests that is the wrong move and that George's worlds will collide. Jerry meets his pool guy outside a movie, then he can't get rid of him. George is worried by Elaine wanting to get to know Susan, then he finds out it was Jerry's idea. Kramer's new phone number is similar to a film information line. He keeps getting wrong numbers, so he begins giving out the information.

b: 16-Nov-95 pc: 708 w: David Mandel d: Andy Ackerman

NOTE: This episode was dedicated as follows: In memory of our friend Rick Bolden. Rick was one of the musicians who worked on the Seinfeld theme. Thanks to Sam Bowen for this information.

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: March 17, 2004 11:04 PM 

In "The Pool Guy" while Kramer is on the phone with George, fusilli Jerry is in the background. Thought it was funny.

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: March 22, 2004 12:33 PM 

One of my favorite moments, another example of great writing:

Jerry: If we were at my house and watching a movie would we sit RIGHT next to each other?

Then later when Ramon comes...
Jerry: Make it look like we're talking.
Kramer: We are talking.
Jerry: Pretend it's interesting!!!
Kramer: Oh uh, so I had to kill him and...

Laughing It's just funny stuff like that that we all have to do just to try and get rid of someone. Great writing.

Roger McDowell

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PostPosted: April 1, 2004 8:32 PM 

Jerry-He might die.

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: April 21, 2004 7:21 PM 

Does anyone have a place where I can get a sound clip of Kramer as Movie Phone?

F. Costanza

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PostPosted: April 22, 2004 8:19 AM 

Hey Jeff, you can find that clip here: Just click on the clip then on the listen button to the right that comes up to d/l it. Hope this helps.


Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: June 5, 2004 7:00 AM 

Why would 3455 be FILK and not FILL or FILJ?

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: June 5, 2004 7:06 AM 

Why would 3455 be FILK and not FILL or FILJ?

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 9, 2004 1:41 PM 

Paul and Dustin are great characters.

JERRY: All right, I gotta go.
PAUL: To see Ramon?


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PostPosted: August 9, 2004 11:01 PM 

For some reason, that's one of my all-time favorite lines... just the goofy way he says it, I suppose...


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PostPosted: August 10, 2004 2:25 AM 

You have to push the "5" key exactly in the middle to get the "K"

If you push the left or right edge even slightly, you'll dial a "J" or "L" Laughing

The Puffy Shirt
Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: August 13, 2004 6:51 PM 

It cracks me up when George is entering numbers on the phone and Kramer, having no clue what numbers are being pressed, made up wild guesses before giving up. "Why don't you just tell me the name of the movie you've selected," followed later by "Why don't you just tell me where you want to see the movie?" LMAO! Very Happy

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: September 11, 2005 4:52 AM 

I love the way Kramer doesn't hand out the info at first, but then starts doing it and is getting his act together better and better, and then overdoing it when George calls him.

Magnificent Bastard

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PostPosted: September 16, 2005 12:26 PM 

Re: Dustin's comment to Jerry, "To see Ramon"?

It's not just the goofy way he says the line that makes it great, but also the wide-eyed look on his face- showing his genuine concern for his friend Ramon.


Bad Breaker Upper

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PostPosted: September 20, 2005 6:53 AM 

After Jerry walks away, when he says "To see Ramon"?", they cut back to the 2 guys, and they're sort of giggling too, as if they were just laughing at Jerry.

Hossam El Naggar

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PostPosted: November 30, 2005 5:23 AM 

An episode that really had so many hilarious lines
GEORGE: This is not good. World's are colliding! George is getting
GEORGE: They're -- They're killing independent George! And they're,
they're all in on it! World's are colliding!
KRAMER: To find the theater nearest you, please enter your five digit
zip-code, now.

(George enters his zip-code)

KRAMER: Why don't you just tell me where you want to see the movie?

Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Slippery Pete

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PostPosted: May 18, 2006 12:35 PM 

Larry David's voice can be heard twice in this episode. The first is 'Chunnel', at the screening that Jerry, Elaine and Susan are attending. It goes something like "everybody get out right now"-If the bastards did not threaten a suit over the script, I would have been able to state exactly what it was.

The second is, in what might be my favorite George moment, when George is in front of the screening screaming for Jerry and Susan's attention. You hear a voice say "Hey, shut up, we're trying to watch the movie!" to which George responds "ah, drink your soda!"

"I have to go to Reggie's, Jerry! Reggie's!!!"

Mish Author Profile Page

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PostPosted: September 25, 2006 6:06 AM 

i love when George gets all frustrated..

George: The three of them, laughing at me, together, laugh and lying.. they're killing independant George, they're all in on it...

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PostPosted: October 25, 2006 7:16 PM 

i dont think ive ever seen this episode before

Papa nic

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PostPosted: February 22, 2008 4:58 PM 

George's "laughing and lying and laughing" lines are referenced in the finale by their lawyer Jackie Chiles when he presents his defence to the jury.

A funny line when said by Jackie but even more so when I realised it was a reference to a much earlier line.

This demonstrates the complex 'internal' nature of Seinfeld which I would put down to Larry's almost obsessive eye for details, consistency and continuity.

Hail Larry!


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PostPosted: September 21, 2010 12:06 AM 

I too have an obsessive eye for details, consistency and continuity in conducting and managing my company's consumer surveys, and mine is not *almost* obsessive, it *is* obsessive. So how come *I* don't have $200 million dollars?

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