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PostPosted: July 23, 2004 1:13 PM 

what's the name of the episode where George wants to modify the toilet at the yankees stadium? I think he wanted to lower the door or something.

J. Chiles

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PostPosted: July 23, 2004 1:55 PM 

The Calzone

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PostPosted: July 23, 2004 8:57 PM 

OHH, i saw that episode many times, but a friend told me about that, and thought an whole episode was about that, no wonder i didn't know what he was talking bout, it's not even 5 sec of the show! thx

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PostPosted: July 23, 2004 10:31 PM 

George talking about modifying the toilets at Yankee stadium with Susan doesn't take much time...but the following scene with George and Jerry talking about postponing the wedding is one of the true all-time classics in comedy history...
One thing we have to keep in kind when comparing alll the great shows like Seinfeld, All in the Family, etc...with lame shows like Friends and Three's Company, etc... (even though i love John Ritter), is that actors like Julia Dreyfuss and Jason Alexander, and Caroll O'Connor paid their dues long before they ended up on these sitcoms, and it shows...the "actors" on Friends were a bunch of unknowns, and that shows too. I'm not holding anything against them for being unknowns, believe me, i'd jump at the opportunity they were given too. But anyone with a brain can see the difference. Look at "George" when he has to dominate the screen the for 30-60 seconds at a see the the experience and the talent...Compare that with the talentless Courtney Cox trying to deliver a punch line...Gimme a break...I can only imagine the director telling Courtney Cox she has to carry a scene for 2 minutes, she'd probably have to wear diapers because she'd shit her pants since she wouldn't know what the f**K to do...this is what most people don't realise about the magnitude of talent that "Elaine" "George" and "Kramer" have.


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PostPosted: July 24, 2004 2:20 AM 

Three's Company was "supposed" to be idiotic, over-dramitic, and ridiculous. All of those people were very talented actors purposely acting as though they couldn't act. Their intentional use of silent-movie-type facial expressions was very original for a sit com. They were GREAT at being awful! Jimmy loved that show!

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PostPosted: July 24, 2004 9:36 AM 

I guess i chose the wrong show as an example because i loved it too. I did mention that i like John Ritter. But are you telling me that Suzanne Sommers was very talented and had paid her dues in the business before "3's Company"??? I had no idea...not only that, but you're not reffering to yourself in the third person, Jimmy, I'm beginning to believe you're an imposter...


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PostPosted: July 24, 2004 5:43 PM 

Imposter? Jimmy said "Jimmy loved that show"

Did you see any of Suzanne Sommer's movie appearances during that time...She was a talented actress....and four time Emmy winner, Don Knotts purposely performed horribly in Three's Company, as did Ritter, Norman Fell and the rest of them. But Jimmy suggests getting back to the subject of Seinfeld. Very Happy

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PostPosted: July 24, 2004 6:47 PM 

I agree...But i have to say that i just learned something. I honestly thought Suzanne Sommers just happened to be married to someone important and had no previous acting experience. Or at least, no previous acting experience ouside of a bedroom.


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PostPosted: July 25, 2004 3:43 AM 

So you're saying she faked it with me? DAMN! Jimmy should've known!

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PostPosted: July 25, 2004 8:00 AM 

I've faked it. Sometimes it's enough already and I just want to get to sleep.

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