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So you think you know Seinfled...

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So you think you know Seinfled...
The following questions highlight some of the more obscure moments and conversational tidbits in the hit sitcom. If you can correctly answer more than 10, not only do you know the show, you may want to consider getting a life. 1. If George were abducted by aliens, where would he rather end up: in their zoo or their circus? 2. According to Jerry, how many dates qualify for a face-to-face breakup? 3. Who is Billy Mumphrey? 4. How many times have Jerry and Elaine had sex? 5. What is Cousin Jeffrey's claim to fame? 6. Name Kramer's favorite soap opera. 7. According to Jerry, the best feature of a heavy relationship is... 8. What is the significance of Sic semper tyrannis? 9. George has a poster of what hair-challenged star in his bathroom? 10. Jerry quotes from what movie as he stands at Susan Ross' grave? 11. Golden Boy is... 12. What childhood taunt was directed at George regarding Mrs. Costanza? 13. Name the character Kramer played on Murphy Brown. 14. What was Jerry's pre-stand-up job? 15. What World War II prime minister is scorned by George and Jerry? 16. What is George's regular Monk's lunch order? 17. According to George, what is the biggest sucker deal in retail? 18. Jerry's custom-blended cereal has what percentage of bran flakes? 19. Kramer has played backgammon with which famous model? 20. If George were a porn star, what would he call himself? 21. Kramer rarely says yes, he says... 22. Jerry has had two phone numbers--what are they? 23. George refers to Seattle as... 24. According to Jerry, what's the biggest step in a male friendship? 25. In the first pilot meeting with NBC, what is the name of the Off Off Broadway play George claims to have written? 26. What are Jerry's telltale signs that a man is in love? 27. A sign for what railroad hangs over Kramer's bed? 28. Kramer compared Jerry and Elaine's romantic relationship to that of which President and his wife? 29. Boys give each other atomic wedgies. How, according to Elaine, do girls torment each other? 30. Who has Newman booked to play at his millennium party? 31. George's parents' address is... 32. Who regularly eats at Reggies? 33. Elaine thinks what percentage of people are good-looking? 34. Name Jerry's shampoo of choice. 35. What was the item of clothing that launched J. Peterman's career? 36. "It's like 10 dates in one shot" is Kramer's definition of what? 37. Define "the swirl." 38. Elaine wanted to see what movie instead of The English Patient? 39. What are Jerry's and George's PINs? 40. If George could take just one book to a desert island, what would it be? 41. Define Kavorka. 42. Name Jerry's and George's favorite explorers. ANSWERS 1. The zoo: "I could set more of my own schedule" (episode 129) 2. Seven (28) 3. "A cockeyed optimist who got caught up in the dirty game of world diplomacy and international intrigue" -- and the main character in a manuscript Elaine evaluates for Viking (100) 4. Jerry says 25; Elaine says 37 (14) 5. According to Uncle Leo, Jeffrey organized the New York City Parks Department's edible-foliage tour (7) 6. The Bold and the Beautiful (3, 48) 7. Make-up sex--topped only by conjugal-visit sex (106) 8. The Latin phrase--meaning "Thus always to tyrants" -- was yelled by John Wilkes Booth as he assassinated Lincoln; adopted by Crazy Joe Davola when he jumped Jerry (61) 9. NYPD Blue's Dennis Franz (129) 10. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan: "She's not really dead if we find a way to remember her" (127) 11. The first T-shirt Jerry wears out of the laundry, until it "dies" (75) 12. "Your mother's uglier than Hazel," referring to the TV show starring Shirley Booth (30) 13. Steven Snell (39) 14. He sold umbrellas on the street and claims to have invented "the twirl" (133) 15. Britain's Neville Chamberlain: "You could hold his head in the toilet [and] he'd still give you half of Europe" (42) 16. Tuna on toast with coleslaw and coffee (82) 17. Duty-free shops (50) 18. 25%--40% was too much for him (38) 19. Elle Macpherson, in the Cayman Islands, in the nude (32) 20. Buck Naked (49) 21. "Giddy-up!" 22. KL5-8383 (34) and KL5-2390 (84) 23. "The pesto of cities," due to its sudden trendiness (17) 24. Helping a guy move; "it's like going all the way" (34) 25. La Cocina (42) 26. "When she comes home, are you cleaning up a lot? D'ya do the tub...on your knees--Ajax, hands scrubbing, the whole deal?... Tub is love." (62) 27. Jungfrau 28. The tempestuous union of Abe Lincoln and Mary Todd (37) 29. "We just tease someone until they get an eating disorder" (22) 30. Christopher Cross (146) 31. 1344 Queens Boulevard, Flushing, N.Y. (71) 32. Kevin, Gene, and Feldman, Elaine's Bizarro friends (129) 33. 25%; Jerry thinks only 4-6%--the rest are "undatable!" (108) 34. Prell (74) 35. The Pygmy Pullover, for "the naked natives of the Bantu Besh" (124) 36. Attending a funeral of a girlfriend's loved one (57) 37. A capper to "the move," Jerry's surefire sexual technique, performed "clockwise, but it's not written in stone" (101) 38. Sack Lunch, starring Dabney Coleman (143) 39. Jerry's is Jor-El, Superman's father; George's is Bosco (111) 40. The Three Musketeers (145) 41. The lure of the animal--and what, according to a Latvian priest, female-magnet Kramer is cursed with (72) 42. Magellan and De Soto (34)
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