SEINFELD BLOG

Honey, it’s a penis, not Godzilla. Hey, if 85 percent aren’t circumcised, that means, I’ve only slept with 15 percent of the population, tops. Why, you’re practically a virgin. You know, he’s a nice WASPy guy; what went wrong? Well, maybe his parents were hippies and just didn’t believe in it. I am so circumcising my kids. I think you can pay people to do that now.

Episode List

Seinfeld filled the airwaves with nothingness for 9 seasons, and it was marvelous. It was a very simple show to understand, some pundits would even say too simple. But within the 9 seasons, Jerry inexplicably manages to date a constant stream of beautiful women, some of them bombshells! This list will certainly merit some scrutiny among all red blooded males.

After getting fired from the Yankees, George uses his free time to help Jerry with a demanding girlfriend; Kramer accidentally wins a Tony Award while Elaine is accused of being mean by her co-workers.

From left to right: Following years of speculation about when and where the historic sitcom would arrive online, today it finally became available to stream on Hulu. In the interest of both helping novices prioritize and reminding veterans about forgotten jewels, we’ve ranked every episode in the series from worst to best.

The ratings are based less on cultural significance — you’ll find many recognizable episodes fairly low on the list — and more on the density and quality of jokes, the inclusion of multiple strong narrative arcs, and, to a lesser extent, how well the comedy and stories have aged. That said, even the worst well, maybe the fourth-worst episode of Seinfeld is better than most of what you’ll currently find on network TV — and now it’s just a Hulu account away.

The bingeing is going to be real, and it’s going to be spectacular. We also omitted the retrospective. With every episode now available on-demand, why waste time watching highlights? This ranking initially included only episodes. An episode so racially offensive that NBC had to apologize upon its airing , the second-greatest crime that “The Puerto Rican Day Parade” commits is simply not being funny enough.

It’s the loosest version of a bottle episode to come out of the writers’ room — and of all the bottle episodes in Seinfeld’s run, it’s the dullest, full stop. After four seasons spent using George’s homophobia as a character flaw, the show wholeheartedly embraces gay panic as a plot device to a nonsensical, largely unfunny degree. The phrase “Not that there’s anything wrong with that” ascends to pop-culture permanency after a practical joke played by Elaine causes a college newspaper reporter to mistake George and Jerry as lovers.

Is the final episode of Seinfeld really that bad?

The Bizarro Jerry

Jerry gets upset when a lame comic follows his act; Kramer uses butter. Episode 2 Jerry takes an interest in a girlfriend’s navel; Kramer hires an intern. Episode 3 Jerry’s new girlfriend Lori Loughlin encourages him to express his emotions.

Jerry dumps his girlfriend after Elaine says her figure is the result of implants. Kramer claims to have seen Salman Rushdie at the health club. By accident Elaine later discovers the breasts are.

Do you realize in the entire history of western civilization no one has successfully accomplished the Roommate Switch? In the Middle Ages you could get locked up for even suggesting it! They didn’t have roommates in the Middle Ages. Well, I’m sure at some point between the years and somewhere–there were two women living together. The point is I intend to undertake this.

And I’ll do it with or without you. So if you’re scared, if you haven’t got the stomach for this, let’s get it out right now! And I’ll go on my own. If not, you can get on board and we can get to work!

Hawking’s nurse reveals why she is not surprised his marriage is over

Personality[ edit ] In the show’s setting, Jerry is the straight man , a figure who is ” able to observe the chaos around him but not always be a part of it. He often plays along with their hare-brained schemes, even encouraging them, often just to see them fail. In the episode ” The Serenity Now “, Jerry is perplexed by his experience of crying, asking “What is this salty discharge?

A recurring joke is Jerry behaving unchivalrously towards Elaine, such as not helping her carry groceries or heavy objects, ignoring her when she is upset, and on one occasion taking a first class upgrade on a flight for himself, leaving Elaine in economy.

Vacationing with friends who had a baby, Jerry, Elaine, and Kramer finally got a good look at that baby and–Gehhh. Evidently the baby (which we never see) would have made some of the world’s ugliest leaders (de Gaulle, Golda Meir, etc.) run up a tree.

Plot[ edit ] Elaine breaks up with her boyfriend Kevin from ” The Soul Mate ” , but they decide to “just be friends. He soon finds out he fits right in and starts working there for no pay, stating his reason as doing it “just for me. Jerry starts dating Gillian Kristin Bauer , an attractive woman whose only flaw is that she has “man-hands. George uses a picture of Gillian to get into the “forbidden city”, a club of attractive women and models , by saying that Gillian is his late fiancee Susan.

Unfortunately, his luck ends when he accidentally burns the picture with a hair dryer. Jerry becomes bored at home, now that Kramer is “working”, Elaine is always hanging out with Kevin and his friends Gene and Feldman Bizarro versions of George and Kramer, respectively , and George only comes to him when he wants something. By the end of the episode, Kramer gets “fired” by Leland despite the fact that Kramer doesn’t really work at Leland because of his shoddy work “It’s almost as if you have no business training at all”.

Jerry wants to be “just friends” with Gillian, who does not take too well to the idea. While Jerry tries to get another picture of her from her purse for George, she grabs Jerry’s wrist which Jerry later describes as almost ripping his arm right out of the socket. George tries to use a picture of a model from a magazine to get back into the club, but his plan is foiled when he accidentally confronts exactly the same model from the magazine picture and gets kicked out.

Jerry, George, and Kramer go to meet Elaine at the same time that Kevin, Gene, and Feldman were to meet up with her – both groups of men react rather awkwardly at seeing their Bizarro counterparts. Elaine decides to stay with her “Bizarro friends”, but is explicitly asked to leave by them when they do not take to some of the normal things she usually does with Jerry, such as eating olives directly out of the jar from Kevin’s refrigerator and pushing Kevin, with her trademark outburst of “get out!

Later, George takes Jerry to the location of the club, but all they find is a meat packing plant. George is dismayed, while Jerry doesn’t believe there ever was a club there.

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Part 1[ edit ] Jerry meets an idol of his—former New York Mets baseball player Keith Hernandez appearing as himself —and wants to make a good impression. Meanwhile, George is out of time on his unemployment and he works harder than ever on his scheme to get a week extension. He tells the unemployment office that he was close to a job with Vandelay Industries , a company made up by George that makes latex products and whose main office’s phone number is Jerry’s apartment.

Kramer and Newman accuse Keith of spitting on them after a past Mets game by the players parking lot at Shea Stadium ; however, Jerry supports a “second-spitter theory” in which Keith is not involved. Keith asks Jerry about Elaine ‘s relationship status, then makes a date with her, breaking a date he previously made with Jerry.

Are the characters Jerry and George real friends on the TV show Seinfeld Also, in the episode, ‘The Summer of George’, George becomes Jerry’s dating assistance to help Jerry date his high “The man in a cape”) who is the basis of georges charachter. Elaine was imaginary and Kramer was also inspired from some eccentric neighbour of Jerry!.

Jerry[ edit ] Jerry begins dating Melissa Kathleen McClellan , a woman who is comfortable being naked in his apartment in nonsexual contexts. She walks naked into the kitchen to eat waffles and is also naked while playing board games. While George is envious, Jerry soon grows uncomfortable with Melissa’s quirk. He finds her unattractive when she does anything naked that involves her muscles contracting.

Eventually, Jerry tries casual nudity himself, but Melissa does not support male nudity “bad naked”. Elaine later explains that the female body is art while the male body is just utility. Ultimately Jerry convinces Melissa to wear clothes more often, but regrets his decision when he cannot stop thinking about how good she looks naked. Unfortunately Melissa cannot stop thinking of how bad Jerry looks naked, and the relationship is ruined. George[ edit ] George learns that Jason Hanky James Spader , a childhood friend of his nicknamed “Stanky Hanky”, is a recovering alcoholic and, as part of Step 9 of the Alcoholics Anonymous ‘s Twelve Steps , is apologizing for all his old misdeeds.

George gets angry when he does not receive an apology from Jason for having insulted him at a party a few years earlier by refusing to give George a sweater for fear it would be stretched out by George’s “large” head. But Jason refuses to apologize, saying that the largeness of George’s large head is a fact, and that the sweater was expensive. No way, you would’ve completely stretched it out. You have to apologize.

The Switch

Our Summary Jerry becomes a health nut which ruins the lives of everyone in the episode. First he squirts the pulp into George’s eye, causing him to wink at everyone at every inopportune moment, including but not limited to, letting Kramer sell a birthday card signed by the entire New York Yankees organization, making Mr. Wilhelm think that Morgan is coming to work late and slacking off, and causing Morgan’s wife to think that he is having an affair.

SWIPE THROUGH JERRY’S TAKE ON THE SEINFELD APARTMENT. Elaine’s Take. Although we’re not quite sure how Jerry would feel about her taking over his lease (or anyone for that matter), we do know that Elaine would’ve had a very different approach to designing the Seinfeld apartment.

Share this article Share We inherit either two ‘short’ versions, a long and a short versions or two ‘long’ versions of the gene. Those with two short versions of the gene managed to focus on the positive images and avoid getting upset by the negative ones, according to the research published online in Biological Psychiatry. Strangely this ‘short’ version of the gene is the same one which has been associated with making people feel anxious and depressed and it suggests these people have a’very emotional’ response to their environment.

Scientists say you have the right DNA you will be a cheery soul ‘They were very response to positive images which suggests they will thrive in a supportive environment, but previous research shows they can also go under, and will be particularly devastated by a traumatic experience. Those with the long version are less reactive which means that they often fare best in fairly benign conditions but they perhaps would not gain as much from a good experience.

The results could be used to determine appropriate therapy for people recovering from traumatic situations.

Highlights

And up until a few months ago, I was vehemently against the whole dating app thing — because I truly believed that looking for a relationship on your phone was, well Throw in the whole, “What if the dude hiding behind this facade on his profile of a non-smoking-down-to-earth dad who likes to maintain an active lifestyle is actually serial killer in disguise? That is until I rattled off my anti-online-dating policy to a good friend while on a hike one day back in July.

Because apparently men our age aren’t hunting for women in the woods or in bars.

Jerry yearns for a massage from his new girlfriend; Elaine worries about her new boyfriend’s name. The Cigar Store Indian. 22 min 12/9/ $ $ Elaine and Jerry pair off to find a perfect dessert, while Kramer and George search for the right wine — 4/5(17).

This was the 21st episode of the sixth season. It aired on April 27, Working titles for this episode were The episode first aired on December 15, The story follows Jerry as he meets This was the sixth episode for the sixth season. It aired on November 3, , during a special “Blackout Thursday” night on

Seinfeld – Season 4

That was the day that George lost his virginity to Miss. Tracy Kolis Appears in The Ex-Girlfriend George decides he wants to break up with his girlfriend Marlene, who has a tendency to drag out conversations and leaves irritating messages for him on his answering machine. After the split, he realizes that he left some books in her apartment and persuades Jerry to go over and get them for him.

After he gets the books, Jerry and Marlene to start date, and Jerry finds her just as annoying as George did.

From Elaine Benes to all the rest, some of the most memorable Seinfeld guest stars were Jerry’s girlfriends, played by the likes of Lauren Graham, Amanda Peet, Debra Messing, and Kristin Davis. Who were you favorite Seinfeld TV girlfriends?

Plot[ edit ] Elaine breaks up with her boyfriend Kevin from ” The Soul Mate ” , but they decide to “just be friends. He soon finds out he fits right in and starts working there for no pay, stating his reason as doing it “just for me. Jerry starts dating Gillian Kristin Bauer , an attractive woman whose only flaw is that she has “man-hands. George uses a picture of Gillian to get into the “forbidden city”, a club of attractive women and models , by saying that Gillian is his late fiancee Susan.

Unfortunately, his luck ends when he accidentally burns the picture with a hair dryer. Jerry becomes bored at home, now that Kramer is “working”, Elaine is always hanging out with Kevin and his friends Gene and Feldman Bizarro versions of George and Kramer, respectively , and George only comes to him when he wants something. By the end of the episode, Kramer gets fired by Leland despite the fact that Kramer doesn’t really work at Leland because of his shoddy work “It’s almost as if you have no business training at all”.

Jerry wants to be “just friends” with Gillian, who does not take too well to the idea. While trying to get another picture of her from her purse for George, she grabs Jerry’s wrist which Jerry later describes as almost ripping his arm right out of the socket. George tries to use a picture of a model from a magazine to get back into the club, but his plan is foiled when he accidentally confronts exactly the same model from the magazine picture and gets kicked out.

Jerry, George, and Kramer go to meet Elaine at the same time that Kevin, Gene, and Feldman were to meet up with her – both groups of men react rather awkwardly at seeing their Bizarro counterparts. Elaine decides to stay with her “Bizarro friends”, but is explicitly asked to leave by them when they do not take to some of the normal things she usually does with Jerry, such as eating olives directly out of the jar from Kevin’s refrigerator and pushing Kevin, with her trademark outburst of “get out!

Elaine and Jerry on dating games