Seinfeld: The Letter | Episode 38 Recap Podcast


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Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur continue their journey to watch every Seinfeld episode as they discuss Season 3, Episode 21, “The Letter”.

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  • Cale

    Podcast cuts off at 14:13

  • Tom Palmer

    Putting Lauren Graham at #5…Rob continues his feud with Girlmore Girls.

  • Tommaso D De Luca

    Love the show.with all your saved by the bell talk you should do a saved by the bell podcast after seinfeld.

  • Sam Paxton

    I’m having a hard time tracking it down, but there is definitely a future episode where they go to a Yankee game and Elaine is wearing her Orioles hat again. It’s just not a plot point.

  • Sam Paxton

    As for famous “ex-girlfriends,” I agree that Megan Mullally is No. 1 for George. The only other one that comes close (unless you count in Elisabeth Shue in the “Curb Your Enthusiasm” reunion arc) is probably Lisa Edelstein from “House.” And Dedee Pfeiffer, I guess … she had a nice run on a couple of shows.

  • Austin

    I’m sure there has been a bigger miss than the betrayal. I know that episode immediately because it’s based upon a play by the same name that was backwards as well. I think an episode like the strike or the shoes were way bigger misses.

    • akiva wienerkur

      I meant strictly in terms of episode titles- that not everyone would know which ep that is by name alone.

  • Craig

    Alright, I did get the email right.

    Seinfeld’s episode titles were never very good. Between titles like The Note, The Letter, The Pen, and The Couch, it’s like the writers just named the episodes off of things they saw in the writers room.

  • Hornacek

    This is a middle-of-the-road episode but it is elevated in its importance by the painting of Kramer. There was a time where this painting was everywhere. Probably a lot of people in the same situation as Rob, having to take the painting down after Richards’ stand-up.