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Rob Cesternino is the creator of PostShowRecaps and has been podcasting about TV since 2010 on RobHasAwebsite.com. Follow Rob on Twitter or on Google+
Akiva Wienerkur is a former high school English teacher and NBC Sports researcher who now works for a tech start-up. He loves the Jets, the Mets, his wife, his son and 2 daughters- not necessarily in that order.
How do I leave a review? I want to be 101 but I’m too stupid/old to figure it out.
just go to the Seinfeld post show recap page in the I-Tunes store.
“Fat Free” technically means they’re not charging for the fat content in the yogurt.
Consarnit has been around for a long time. I think it’s a Southern thing.
Rob and Akiva totally skip over when Lloyd points out George’s arm movement in the yogurt shop and George makes up the spasm excuse.
Rob skipped over one of my favorite jokes from the episode – when Elaine asks “Where is the bathroom scale?” and Jerry just looks at her.
There is enough time for Elaine to weigh herself, say how much she’s gained and get off the scale, and then Jerry weighs himself and says what he’s weighed. Elaine would get off the scale as soon as she weighed herself, plus Jerry was probably pushing her off the scale so he could weigh himself.
Jerry and Akiva skipped the funniest part about Lloyd and Elaine’s first date – the first thing we see them talking about is George’s elbow. Elaine was telling George “Oh, it’s not going to come up.” and of course it was probably the first thing Lloyd asked about.
The best part about Kramer telling Jerry and Elaine about Dinkins’ idea about the name tags is that first Kramer just tells them about the idea and you can tell that Elaine is proud of it and is probably about to say “That was MY idea!’ but then Kramer says everyone is making fun of it and it might cost him the election so she keeps her mouth shut.
When George is with the doctor and the doctor is describing the type of person who would make up this sort of thing, I like George’s facial reactions when the doctor is listening them off – George seems to be saying “Yeah, yes, that’s all true.”
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