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PostPosted: January 30, 2004 12:06 AM 

I'm taking a class in television comedy and I'd like to refer to a couple of Seinfeld episoded. I'm searching for the episodes (title and/or number) that certain quotes or situations came from.

1)Jerry told someone "Good luck with all that." to dismiss them. What episode is this from? What was the situation he was referring to?

2) Which episode is "make-up sex" in? When George missed out on the make-up sex?

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Magnificent Bastard

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PostPosted: January 30, 2004 8:55 AM 

In The Fatigues Read the script of The Fatigues Download the full epiosde video of The Fatigues Discuss The Fatigues George is trying to intentionally fail an eye test so that he will be classified as legally blind. This will allow him to get a book on audio tape about risk management that he doesn't want to read. After George tells Jerry that he has a test to fail, Jerry says "good luck with that".

Make-up sex is from The Postponement Read the script of The Postponement Download the full epiosde video of The Postponement Discuss The Postponement

Latex Salesman

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PostPosted: January 30, 2004 10:07 AM 


In The Serenity Now Read the script of The Serenity Now Download the full epiosde video of The Serenity Now Discuss The Serenity Now , when George finally opens up to Jerry... Jerry looks disgusted and says, "good luck with all that"

In The Sponge Read the script of The Sponge Download the full epiosde video of The Sponge Discuss The Sponge there's also a big chunk on the make up sex.

J. Chiles

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PostPosted: January 30, 2004 1:06 PM 

The Serenity Now segment is where I remember it most. Shook Jerry right out of his "sensitive" mode! Smile

Bob Sakamano

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PostPosted: February 4, 2004 7:19 PM 

Thanks to everyone for responding. I'm analyzing the humor in the Saturday Night Live skit when Seinfeld gets transferred to the prison in "Oz."
There is a "comedy of recognition" at play in that viewers of the sketch can make intertextual connections to Seinfeld episodes. Thanks to you all, I know the exact episodes: The Contest, The Serenity Now and The Postponement.

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