Special Sub-Topic: The Candies of "Seinfeld"
|What was the name of the chewy candy that single-handedly broke up Elaine and her boyfriend, Jake Jarmel?|
Jujifruits. In "The Opposite", Jake found out that Elaine had bought Jujifruits before seeing him in the hospital because he had gotten into an accident. He broke up with Elaine, believing her to think candy was more important than seeing him first. In the same episode, Pendant Publishing went bankrupt because of Elaine's habit with Jujifruits.
|In "The Dinner Party", what candy bar did Kramer tell George to buy from a news stand so they could get change for a one hundred dollar bill?|
Clark Bar. George only had a one hundred dollar bill with him so they went to a news stand to buy gum and get change. The clerk said he didn't have change for a hundred dollar bill and suggested they buy more things.
|What candy bar did George go nuts over when Jerry, Elaine, Kramer, and him were at the dealership Puddy worked at?|
Twix. George was starving from not having lunch yet. After Puddy showed George the vending machine, George decided to buy a Twix bar. However, it got stuck on the spindle inside the machine and when he checked it later, they were all sold out.
|What candy was Kramer referring to when he said "...it's chocolate, it's peppermint, it's delicious!"?|
Junior Mints & Junior Mint. George: What did they do?
Jerry: They sealed him up with the mint inside.
George: They left the Junior Mint in him?
George: I guess it can't hurt him. People eat pounds of those things.
Jerry: They eat them. They don't put them next to vital organs in their abdominal cavity!
|What candy bar fortune was Sue Ellen Mishke an heiress to?|
Oh Henry! Bar. Elaine's rival, Sue Ellen Mishke, was the heiress to the Oh Henry! candy bar fortune. The lawyer Jackie Chiles described it as being "delicious, scrumptious, and outstanding!"
|In "The Betrayal", the episode is shown from the story's end to it's beginning. During the episode, not only does the plot unfold but so does the candy Kramer was eating. What type candy was Kramer eating?|
a lollipop. Kramer appeared to be eating a giant, rainbow colored lollipop. As the episode progressed, the lollipop got bigger. He was first shown with it outside FDR's door, almost completely eaten.
|What type of Chinese candy did Lloyd Braun give Jerry?|
Chinese gum. In "The Gum", Lloyd had bought six packs of Chinese gum for Jerry, who had mistakenly given him a hundred dollar bill. Jerry didn't like the gum the first time he was offered some because he said they had a "lo-mein-y" flavor.
|In "The Pledge Drive", what brand of candy bar did Mr. Pitt eat with a knife and fork?|
Snickers. Elaine was surprised to see a person who actually used utensils to eat a candy bar. Later on in the show, other people, including George, began to eat candy with utensils.
Jerry: Look, she's cutting up an Almond Joy.
Elaine: I just don't get it.
Jerry: You know, I saw someone on the street eating M&Ms with a spoon.
|In one episode, Jerry placed a dispenser on Elaine's lap, making her crack up during George's girlfriend's piano recital. What kind candy did this dispenser hold?|
Pez. In "The Pez Dispenser", Jerry randomly placed a Tweety Bird Pez Dispenser on Elaine's lap making her laugh during a piano recital for George's girlfriend. George and Jerry agreed that Pez dispensers are pretty hard to load.
|In "The Heart Attack", what brand of candy did the ambulance driver and the assistant get into a fight over?|
Chuckles. George had to be taken to the hospital because he had drank a liquid that made his skin turn purple. During the ride, the assistant accused the driver of stealing one of his Chuckles.
Jerry: All this for a Chuckle.
Kramer: What's a Chuckle?
Jerry: It's a jelly candy. It comes in five flavors.
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