Seinfeld: The Deal (Elaine's and Jerry's agreement) — Critical Commons
Jerome "Jerry" Seinfeld is the main protagonist and title character of the American . of the show, they are shown mainly as best friends, sometimes even joking with one another about their failed dating relationship. On the upside, there's Newman's unrequited love for Elaine, Kramer and Relationship Grade: Velvet Scrunchies/Tortoise Shell Clips The last scene with George using the Newman poem and then Wyck asking if they all. Seinfeld (TV Series –) Quotes on IMDb: Memorable quotes and Jerry : You see, Elaine, the key to eating a black and white cookie is that you wanna But if you try to get rid of the relationship so you can get girls, you lose the job.
Women don't try on the clothes, they get behind the clothes, you see? They take a dress off the rack, and they hold it up against themself.
They can tell something from this.
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They stick one leg way out 'cause they nedd to know, if some day I'm one-legged, and at a fourty-five degree angle, what am I gonna wear? You never see a man do that. You never see a guy take a suit off the rack, put his head in the neck, and go, "What do you think about this suit? I think I'll get it. Yeah, it looks fine. Put some shoes by the bottom of the pants, I wanna make sure. And what if I'm walking? Move the shoes, move the shoes, move the shoes, move the shoes.
What are you doing? All right, all right.
What's the matter with that? What about that one? Robert Vaughn, The Helsinki Formula? He was good in Man From Uncle. Guess whose birthday's comin' up soon? I know, I'm having my root canal the same week. I hope you have a good oral surgeon because that can be very serious.
Changes channel Hey, look at naked people. No, I don't wanna see the naked people. I have a vague recollection of doing something with someone, but it was a long, long time ago. I think my last time was in Rochester. My hair was a lot shorter. I remember that it's a good thing. Someday, I hope to do it again.
Jerry looks at Elaine Elaine: What was that look? The look you just gave me. I gave a look? What kind of look? I know that look. Then what was it?Seinfeld - the this and the cypenv.info
Why should I tell you? Well, you're the big look expert. I wanna see how smart you are. I know the look. What about the look? You got something on your mind? Things pop into your head.
Things occur to me from time to time. Well, you can't expect to just forget the past completely. No, of course not.
I mean, it was something we did. She grew progressively more cynical and acid-tongued as the series progressed. Elaine was the only character who worked steady 9 to 5 jobs throughout the show's entire run, working mostly as a writer or editor.
During the first five seasons, she worked at Pendant Publishingwhere she served as a copy editor before losing her job at the end of the fifth season when the company went bankrupt an occurrence for which she was partially responsible. In the sixth season, she was a personal assistant to the wealthy, eccentric Mr.
Pittbefore finally meeting J. Peterman and becoming an editor at the J.
The Soul Mate
Peterman Catalogwhere she would remain employed for the rest of the show's run. She took charge of the catalog when Peterman took a short "retirement" nervous breakdown in Burma, moving back to her former position after he returned and after losing the company money. She was fired by J. Peterman for voicing her extreme hatred for the movie The English Patient.
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Only by agreeing to travel to and live in a remote cave in the Tunisian desert for a specified time did she save her job. Elaine had a string of boyfriends, most appearing for only an episode or two. One of the few that had a recurring appearance was David Puddyher slow-witted steady boyfriend, played by Patrick Warburton. Like Jerry, Elaine's relationships usually ended over shallow, superficial reasons.
In one episode, Elaine repeatedly ends and restarts her relationship with Puddy during the course of an international airplane trip. In an early episode Elaine expressed disdain with the world's interest in the Kennedy family, but in season four's " The Contest ", Elaine crosses paths with John F. Kennedy, that she masturbates, thereby losing the contest.
Elaine is crushed to learn JFK Jr. In one episode, Elaine found herself short of her supply of favored contraceptive sponges and pondered whether certain men were "spongeworthy"—that is, worthy of the use of one of her limited number of sponges. Like Kramer, Elaine was very physical. Her signature move was to express incredulity by shoving people while yelling: George described her dancing as "a full-bodied dry heave set to music.
Pseudonyms Like the other main characters on Seinfeld, Elaine used a pseudonym in order to get herself out of various sticky situations.
Elaine's pseudonym was Susie, after a co-worker mistakenly calls her that. Susie was then pawned off by Elaine as a different person so that complaints against Elaine appeared to be against this nonexistent employee Susie.
Susie was "killed off" when the situation with her co-worker became too complicated. Elaine said that Susie had "taken her own life" and a funeral was held.