When the reporter Sharon comes up for the interview, Jerry recognizes her, but not as the woman eavesdropping at the diner. They have some random conversation about ugly people. 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. Who wouldn't want to live because of me? Elaine, having to find a new gift since Kramer gave him the two line phone, gets him the collective works of Bette Midler. George: No, you said you didn't like it. You could throw a dart out the window and hit someone better than me. Elaine: Yeah, you know people ask me that about you, too.
Something's not % quite right. Overall it was a great experience especially for a super fan like me. George: Jerry said he didn't like it. What do you think of this shirt? Jerry: I didn't say I didn't like it. I kept slipping and burning my thighs and then finally I slipped and fell on Jerry's head.
Do you want to have sex with me right now? I got there at 5:15 on Wednesday and it took just over an hour to get in. George: No, you said you didn't like it. A military man walks up to Jerry and tells him that in light of his story, he is going to come out of the closet himself. Jerry at the payphone making a phone call while George and Elaine talk at the table. There is a shot for shot remake of his mom in a hospital bed, there from hearing the news about George being gay. Elaine: Y'know, just because you two are homosexuals, so what? Kramer seems to always turn against his friends, and believes anything he reads in the press, but when his friends tell him things, like the statute, statue argument, he seems to always argue with what his friends tell him.
So do you want to have dinner first, or do you just want to meet at the theatre? Never even seen me, has no idea who I am. Kramer: Well, I beg to differ. . Jerry: It was a joke. Sharon: Do you guys live together? I said it was O.
George has bought a pair of Broadway tickets to Guys and Dolls, in which he plans to accompany Jerry to the play. Sharon: And do your parents know? Although I'm sure there are, I don't want to perpetuate the stereotype. Isn't that a lavish, Broadway musical? The line would soon afterward become a catchphrase maintains that it is the most popular to originate from the series. It's like Ed Asner, Elijah Muhammed and Secretariat. What do you think of this shirt? Jerry: I didn't say I didn't like it.
We were now the tellers of Jewish jokes, alternatively wry and self-deprecating, instead of divisive and mean-spirited. My birthday is today June 30 and there is little notable people born on this day. Do want to have sex with me right now? Jerry Seinfeld was voted the America's Best Male Comedian Club Performer in 1988 by a pole of night club regulars, even thought by then he had already moved up to the large concert halls and amphitheaters for most of his performances. I'll get rid of her, hold on. Kramer addresses George and Jerry before he goes into his apartment. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
We did that whole thing for your benefit. George: Jerry did you wash this pear? George: No, I got my own place. I mean you should just come out of the closet and be openly gay already. Jerry: Actually, we met in the gym locker room. Why, is that so inconceivable? Jerry: Oh, so what if I don't like it. Jerry ends up dating the college reporter, largely in an attempt to convince her he is heterosexual, but all does not go well.