While talking, Elaine figures out that the woman at the table next to them is eavesdropping, so she spices up the conversation by fake outing Jerry and George as being gay. Although this episode doesn't revolve around our four protagonist, what makes this episode classic is the absurd amount of great scenes. Actually it was in gym class. What do you think of this shirt? I mean you should just come out of the closet and be openly gay already. Michael Richards With: Sharon Leonard.
This was my first clue of how detailed this experience was going to be. I couldn't go through with it. It looks like it hasn't been washed. He asks Jerry what he thinks about his sweater, and Jerry hates it. They have some random conversation about ugly people. George: You hear the way he talks to me? Not that there's anything wrong with that.
By the time I got it back it was too late. She goes to Jerry's apartment and the suspicions are confirmed when Jerry and George get in a fight over a piece of fruit. . Elaine: Y'know, just because you two are homosexuals, so what? George: No, not at all. Is that like the end of the world, or something? Jerry: You told me that already like two months ago. She decides to add some spice to % the conversation. That would be a great season ending podcast.
She publishes an article using the angle that Jerry and George are a homosexual couple. Do want to have sex with me right now? This was no major issue for us for we looked forward to the subway ride from Queens to Brooklyn. We've been close ever since. Every year, over and over. George: Look, you wanna have sex right now? Our heart beats like drums from the excitement of going on this trip. In the next scene, George is telling this story to Elaine, then they discuss how Elaine is getting Jerry a two line phone and George is getting him tickets to Guys and Dolls for his birthday. Jerry: Living or all time? Kramer walks by the open door to go to his apartment.
Don't you understand what that's implying? Jerry: Oh, so what if I don't like it. She threatened to kill herself. George: Jerry said he didn't like it. All you did was not die for 12 months. Turner International is a Time Warner company. Isn't that a lavish, Broadway musical? George: You hear the way he talks to me? I was trying to climb the ropes and Jerry was spotting me. I was trying to climb the ropes and Jerry was spotting me.
. The show focuses on real life situations and problems such as romance, friends, careers, and adventures that everyone can relate to. Now those astrology things where they tell you all the people that have the same birthday as you? His and George's conversation during the interview inadvertently solidifies her misconception that they are gay. The icy hand of desperation wrapped me up and constricted. . Never even seen me, has no idea who I am. It's like Ed Asner, Elijah Muhammed and Secretariat.
Programming subject to regional availability, blackouts, and device restrictions. . I kept slipping and burning my thighs and then finally I slipped and fell on Jerry's head. George: No, I got my own place. There is a shot for shot remake of his mom in a hospital bed, there from hearing the news about George being gay.
You bought them in the girl's department. What do you think of this shirt? Jerry Seinfeld's brilliant comedy has had a tremendous impact on this segment of the entertainment industry. George: Look, you wanna have sex right now? Finally Chester emailed in to wonder why Sharon would be kissing Jerry if she just mentioned having a boyfriend a few days earlier. George: It was in gym class. George: No, I got my own place. It begins and ends with Brezhnev.
Is that like the end of the world, or something? Like the real set there was no bedroom and this hall funneled us to pose in front of a microphone and curtain just like the opening of most episodes. Here, I'll Just slip it over your head. My name's Buck Naked, I'm a porno actor. Title Air Date 4:1 Aug 12, 1992 4:2 Aug 19, 1992 4:3 Sep 16, 1992 4:4 Sep 16, 1992 4:5 Sep 23, 1992 4:6 Sep 30, 1992 4:7 Oct 7, 1992 4:8 Oct 28, 1992 4:9 Nov 4, 1992 4:10 Nov 11, 1992 4:11 Nov 18, 1992 4:12 Nov 25, 1992 4:13 Dec 16, 1992 4:14 Jan 6, 1993 4:15 Jan 27, 1993 4:16 Feb 4, 1993 4:17 Feb 11, 1993 4:18 Feb 18, 1993 4:19 Feb 25, 1993 4:20 Mar 18, 1993 4:21 Apr 15, 1993 4:22 May 13, 1993 4:23 May 20, 1993 4:24 May 20, 1993. Sharon: And do your parents know? During that time my father and mother did not own a car so we had to use public transportation. George: No, I got my own place. George: No, I got my own place.