Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
His broken stereo. Kramer destroyed Jerry's stereo and tried to blame it on the post office. Jerry got in trouble with the post office for refusing to sign for the package.
An eight ball. The coat she threw out the window actually belonged to Joe Mayo, and was later found by Kramer and Newman, and then worn by Jerry, in order to fool their landlord. Puddy got a hideous-looking yellow coat with an eight ball on it.
Tim Whatley. Whatley re-gifted a label maker. Elaine had originally given it to Whatley, who in turn gifted it to Jerry.
Frank Costanza's lawyer. The man in the cape was played by Larry David. It turned out that Frank was meeting with a lawyer because he and Estelle wanted to separate.
Rhode Island. Her name was Karen. She and Jerry had to be accompanied by a chaperone when they went out. Jerry accidentally killed the doves that were part of her talent act.
Frank Costanza. Frank used to date a Korean woman, so he understood Korean. He had broken up with her because he refused to take his shoes off in front of her father, but he saw her again in the manicure shop with Elaine.
Bob Sacamano. Bob Sacamano was actually Kramer's friend, but when Jerry and Kramer switched apartments due to the Kenny Roger's Roasters shining a red light into Kramer's apartment, Jerry talked with Bob on the phone and became his friend. Elaine needed to replace the hat because she'd bought it for George with her company credit account, and the accountant was making her account for all business purchases.
Tomato. Earlier in the episode, George had stopped to buy the tomatoes because his mother apparently loved Hampton tomatoes.
Eric. Eric the clown was played by actor Jon Favreau. George thought that Eric wasn't a good clown name, but the clown and the kids at the party had never heard of Bozo (George thought that was a good clown name).
Ellen Pompeo. Courtney Cox played Meryl, who pretended to be Jerry's wife for a dry cleaning discount. Debra Messing played Beth; Beth was married and Jerry and Elaine wanted the marriage to break up so that they could date the married people. Teri Hatcher played Sidra, the woman Jerry suspected had fake breasts.
Gloves. Jerry's car was stolen. Jerry called the thief on the car's phone. Kramer asked the thief to return his gloves which are in Jerry's glove compartment.
|While pitching the pilot to NBC, George asked Mr. Dalrymple, "What's the first thing you did today?" He replied by saying what?||"Seinfeld" All Seasons
I got up and came to work.. George, being George, was insisting the show will be about nothing. Mr. Dalrymple said, "I got up and came to work". George replied, "That's a story". Mr. Dalrymple said, "How is that a story?".
Chicago Bulls. Kramer mentioned the fact that the Chicago Bulls were playing the Knicks while he was talking to Elaine. The two were waiting on the street corner to be picked up by Jerry and George in a limousine. Kramer, being confused, speculated that Jerry just might be a spy of sorts.
Police tape. Kramer had a roll of police tape he got from a cop buddy. George was depending on the tape to get his Frogger across the street in an ill-advised plan.
Kramer ran out of police tape and the Frogger ended up getting smashed to pieces by a tractor-trailer rig.
Estelle Costanza. George told Jerry that his mother has never laughed, not even once. Jerry, not to be outdone by George, explained that his mother has never stepped foot into a body of water.
|Kramer bought blue jeans that were much too tight. What brand of jeans did he purchase? ||"Seinfeld" All Seasons
Wrangler. Kramer, being typical Kramer, decided to show all that he could still wear blue jeans. The jeans turned out to be so tight that he could not bend his knees. This prevented him from sitting down and led to some comical situations.
Fruity. After Jerry got Babu deported, the brother of Babu showed up at Jerry's door wanting to know where Babu was. He was offered a Snapple and refused it.
He said, "No thanks-too fruity".
Ironic. The lady on the subway car, conversing with Elaine, did not know the definition of the word ironic. To me, this was a classic dialogue exchange because Elaine thought the lady misunderstood the entire premise of what she told her about women's lib. The lady only wanted to know what the word ironic meant.
Sunday. While Jerry was delivering mail, he was asked by one person, "Mail on Sunday?".
Later in the episode, Jerry was stripped of his status as substitute mail carrier because he delivered more than 50% of the route.
Helen Seinfeld. Newman paid a visit to Mrs. Seinfeld to squeal on Jerry for making out during a movie. That's when Mrs. Seinfeld said, "Hello Newman".
|A question I have been pondering for years: Just what, exactly, is a scofflaw? Is it a scalawag, a rapscallion, a rogue, a scamp, or pixie? Since this is a "Seinfeld" quiz, then we are referring to whom?||"Seinfeld" All Seasons, Part 2
Newman. Who could leave out Newman? According to Jerry, he is merry. According to Newman, "he who controls the mail...controls INFORMATION!" Newman was referred to as a scofflaw in the episode "The Scofflaw".
|In "The Truth", it was learned that Jerry had donated to Kramer's so called Volcano relief fund. This took place while Jerry was on a first date with whom?||"Seinfeld" All Seasons, Part 2
Elaine. And because of this, Jerry was being audited by the IRS. George was being audited by a pretentious girlfriend who has chopsticks in her hair and once worked for the IRS. Kramer, after seeing Elaine naked, decided to make a coffee table from a windshield he found on the road. Tina, Kramer's girlfriend, during a tribal music makeout session in Elaine's living room, discovered the coffee table in her own way. Finally, George tried to scrounge a free taxi ride down to a burnt out building on the docks.
Hot iron. This episode was unique in that we can't blame George for doing anything stupid. Now Jerry, on the other hand, agreed to wear that ludicrous shirt on national TV. The gal who recruited George to be a hand model was Elsa Carlisle. It was on the business card she gave to George.
|In "The Finale" part 2, what was on the wall adjacent to the holding cell where the gang of four wound up after the trial?||"Seinfeld" All Seasons, Part 2
Dart board. It was in the finale episode. It was shown for about a nano-second. Kramer got the water out of his ear. George still had a button in the wrong place on his shirt. Jerry figured it's only a year, and Elaine had not yet grasped the full simplicity of what's happening.
Candy bar. Elaine was having emotional flashbacks of her time as Mr. Pitt's employee. One of these showed Mr. Pitt working on a Snickers bar with a knife and fork. This actually happened in a different episode. Jerry, whom Mr. Pitt thinks is a pharmacist, wound up in a swimming pool, car and all, with his annoying assistant. Kramer and Newman were at the airport betting Son of Sam's mailbag on flight departures. We'll skip George. What was George doing? Oh yeah, the exterminator. As Jerry got kicked off his flight he calmly said, "Yes...I'm freaking out!"
|In "The Stall", after having his face destroyed during an ill-advised outing with Kramer and George, Tony told George to do what?||"Seinfeld" All Seasons, Part 2
Step off. For you or me, to go rock climbing with George Costanza and Cosmo Kramer, would constitute basic stupidity. For Tony, however, it was an unfortunate case of basic ignorance. For Elaine, well, just more of the same scatterbrained hi-jinks. For Jerry, he was busy with a girlfriend who was on a phone sex call with Kramer. That's a shame.
|Kramer ruined a washing machine by filling it with concrete mix. Kramer estimated the monetary damage to be about _____? These critical data are to be found in "The Revenge".||"Seinfeld" All Seasons, Part 2
$1200.00. Kramer trashed a commercial washing machine and George slipped his boss a mickey. Elaine told George's boss she was a nudist and Jerry lost $1500.00 in the laundry. Jerry wanted to know, "Where you gonna get this mickey? I can't even believe I'm saying mickey." Kramer found Jerry's $1500.00 and told him that the washing machine would cost him about twelve hundred bucks. What are friends for?
Bleecker Bob's Records. Bleecker Bob was not at all enthused with the stack of Jerry's records that Kramer and Newman tried to sell him. He offered five dollars for the lot and said, "Ya bring back something decent...and I'll give ya some money." Kramer and Newman began tossing insults at Bleecker Bob who in turn tossed the two idiots out the door.
Trendy. Jerry wound up at Isabella's anyway because Elaine dragged him there. This did not sit well with George who was on a first date with a foxy lawyer. The lawyer thought George was funny and George knew Jerry would be funnier.
George had asked Jerry, "Do you always have to be so funny?"
Crowd control. "Who leaves a country packed with ponies... to come a non-pony country?" During the stand-up portion of the episode, while you were out making a sandwich, Jerry pointed out that ponies would never be used for crowd control. One cannot intimidate while riding a pony. Don't get mad at me. It was in the episode.
|In "The Mom and Pop Store", who tells George that his car is indeed owned by a Jon Voight, but a periodontist, not the actor?||Random "Seinfeld" Trivia
Tim Whatley. Jerry mocks George and tells him that there is no way that his car was owned by Jon Voight. On the driver's manual in the glove compartment, his name was written J-o-h-n, not J-o-n. Then George kicks Jerry out of his car for mocking him.