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That said, there are great similarities between the sloppy, carefree lifestyles of Cosmo and Kenny. Kramer is filled with oddball ideas. He works one day per week, leading his tour, and spends the rest of the time playing golf for charity or hanging out in comedy clubs and with chums.

When Kramer had enough of giving his boss jokes that he thought he could tell better himself, he struck out on his own as a comedian.

Jerry Seinfeld s acting is rarely the highlight of the show, but the first time you see him walk out of the dressing room wearing the shirt and a hilarious dejected look, it s impossible not to recognize it as one of the great gags of the series. George s voicemail Sony One of George Costanza s best moments comes later in the eighth season of "Seinfeld.

Peterman Ball with his girlfriend, Allison. She gives him the "we need to talk" line, and George spends the rest of the episode avoiding her until the ball. The funniest of the measures he takes to avoid her involves sitting at home, watching TV and letting all his calls go to voicemail.

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We hear George s answering machine message, a self-recorded parody of the theme from "The Greatest American Hero. He had to sing it again, this time more poorly. The Bro or Manzier Sony Jerry Stiller was always one of the secret weapons of "Seinfeld," only brought out once in a while but to great comedic effect. While it was always a special treat to see Jerry s parents or Uncle Leo, it was the Costanzas that always stole the show. Stiller and Jason Alexander had great father-son chemistry, but the scenes between Frank and Kramer actually remain some of the funniest in the show.

The Bro is the cream of the crop of this duo s work. The two agree the business could be lucrative but they have one crucial disagreement. What do they call the thing? The argument that ensues is pure hilarity.

It s Elaine!

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One of the short conversations at this party is exemplary of how some of the best "Seinfeld" moments boil down to the perfect line delivered flawlessly. And that s exactly what Julia Louis-Dreyfus does here. After hours of being subject to the snobby Long Islanders, Elaine starts to lose it. As a woman next to her cries out, "I ve lost my fiance, the poor baby," Louis-Dreyfus delivers the perfect response: "Maybe the dingo ate your baby.

The line is great even if you don t get the reference.

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The timing and line reading alone is enough to put it in the "Seinfeld" hall of fame. Jerry owns the telemarketer Sony Jerry Seinfeld was and still is an obviously very successful stand-up comedian, but many of his best bits in "Seinfeld" come from him reacting to the main cast.

It s pure gold and it is all Seinfeld through and through — minus the few lines from the telemarketer on the other side. Having beef with telemarketers feels like an idea — like many "Seinfeld" bits actually are — ripped from one of Seinfeld s stand-up routines. During a conversation with George and Susan at the apartment, Jerry answers a call from a telemarketer.

He — seemingly politely at first — apologizes and tells the marketer on the other end he doesn t have time to speak but can call him later at home. Jerry agrees to appear at career day at his former junior high school, but he is bumped off, first when the zoo worker with a preceding slot runs long, then because of a fire drill. Jerry s agent gets him a whole assembly at the school. Jerry struggles to figure out how to fill two hours in front of a junior high crowd.

George creates a presentation for the assembly. Seeing a bunch of smokers forced to smoke outside Monk s, Kramer is inspired to open up his apartment as a smoking lounge.

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The extensive secondhand smoke makes his face become leathery. Didn t think so. George is actually selling them to himself. He then stores the computers in Kramer s apartment.

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Unfortunately, this doesn t work, only concentrates your anger until it explodes in a white-hot fury. Except for one problem: she has a large nose. Then Kramer rudely suggests that she should get a nose job.

When she does, the result is horrendously botched.

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George can t even stand to look at her, so the two break up. After they break up, her revision surgery goes perfectly and she looks beautiful. Then Kramer dates her. A real friend wouldn t do that. At a minimum, he would check with George first, but since he caused the whole situation that led to the breakup, it s best if he just stayed away.

So it makes sense that he would want Elaine and Kramer to be part of the wedding.