I own all the DVDs, and have watched all of the special features and commentaries on all the episodes, most of them several times. I have whole sections of dialouge memorized as well as knowing a lot of little details. I'm good at placing a random quote, character, or scene, into its correct episode and season. I can also fill you in on all details of any minor character that ever appeared on the show or any answer any minor triva-type questions. However, I don't know much about the actor's real lives, or products seen on the show.
|Leonard||02/23/11||10||10||8||Brilliant response, Ariela. Your words "you're allowed .....|
|Steve||10/28/10||10||10||10||Many thanks. Very helpful Steve|
|Mike||03/02/09||10||10||10||great job! thanks|
Hi Dave, I apologize for the delay. For some reason I just got the email about your question. To answer, the horse in this episode ("The Subway" season 2, episode 30) was named Pappanick. Please let
Hi Bonnie, Yes, you are correct. Jerry does refer to a sister in this episode, and it's the only reference to her: Jerry: "Oh my god, Lorraine... that's Lorraine from my uncle's office. I'm in big
Hi Leonard, This is a little outside of the usual type of questions I answer here, and I can only give you my personal opinion and thoughts on the matter. I think there is some depth to the characters
Hi Edgar, I think you're referring to the clip where Elaine, George and Jerry are dancing on their way into the prison. You are correct that this was just a blooper scene, done for fun, that did not
Hi Nidia, I think you're actually thinking of Alec Berg. this was in episode "The Face Painter" (season 6): "Elaine: Hey, isn't that Alec Berg? Jerry: Yep, Alec Berg. He's got a good 'John Houseman'