George's girlfriend's mom thinks he is a bum when she catches George eating an éclair out of the trash can, among various other coincidences.
Jerry dates a woman who is a former Olympic gymnast and ventures into the territory of sexual pleasures that most men dare not dream of. Pitt away from looking at Kramer's new 3-D art poster. Although uncredited, the clown who's hat is briefly taken and returned by Kramer backstage at the circus (in the background during Katya and Jerry's conversation) is David Larible, an Italian master in the art of clowning.
Larible also appeared in Oceans Eleven (wearing almost exactly the same costume) welcoming the audience to the circus scene where Yen is introduced.
I’m assuming one of the words he had to Google was Festivus, but the others?
This one dude felt I needed to be “dumbed down”: Just what every modern woman wants to hear in the search for love. Some fellas, like this guy, didn’t enjoy our banter: Shocking, really. He probably reported me after this – being “quiet” old for games and all. I got some really seriously thought-out answers to my questions: Sure, the maths was slightly off, but I think this has to be my favourite exchange of them all. A couple of guys saw straight through my hoax: Also, how good is cinnamon? I think I’m in love with this man after his reply: Any man who understands the importance of always having pie on hand is a keeper in my eyes. This guy clearly isn’t the supportive type: Definitely not sponge-worthy…
In addition, Romanian actress Elina Löwensohn is terrific as Jerry's girlfriend-of-the-week, and their final conversation is fantastic, even if it makes no sense at all.
After a couple minutes of small talk about the silliness of drinking water out of a wineglass and the tendency of waiters to interrupt when you're in the middle of telling a story…SR: Can you live a normal life?
Why don't you strip down and meet some of the people you'll be working with? "Oh, sorry, your rear end is too big." "That's ok, your breath stinks anyway.
When it comes to love, there are only three things you can trust: your brain, your heart and your gut.
That's when other people's experiences come in handy.
And what better way to learn from others' happiness, or misery, than to hear it with a pinch of humor?
A lame discussion about nothing, is Kramer's specialty. Seinfeld goes on to make fun of his own dad to his friends while discussing the choice of his father's swimming wear.
His cynicism is sharp, when he says that his father has bathing suits from other centuries.
That's all you've done, as far as I can tell.""Look at George - he's on his ninth date with Betsy, he still hasn't gotten anywhere with her. Oh, maybe not academically speaking, but I was perceptive.