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Seinfeld: The Package | Episode 139 Recap Podcast

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Rob Cesternino and Akiva Wienerkur continue their journey to watch every Seinfeld episode as they discuss Season 8, Episode 5, “The Package”.

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  • Craig

    Hey guys, it’s Craig! A proud member of the PWHDD-G5B… Ah screw it, were called The Nothings! That’s our group name.

    Rob can’t stay off of twitter for a week. I just don’t see it happening. I sadly also don’t see the Constanza poster happening soon either.

    Don’t have much else to say on this episode, but it was a good podcast. This season is a rocket that just keeps going. This is where Seinfeld really gets good.

  • Hi, I’m currently at Ep.091 The Couch and Akiva asks if there’s anyone who would write down all the questions to Larry and Jerry from Ep.001. Is there anyone who’s done it already?

    • This is just brilliant! ‪http://seanfalconer.blogspot.com/2016/02/digging-for-questions-audio-to-text.html‬

  • Hornacek

    Rob asks how Jerry’s stereo can fit in that package. The stereo has been broken into pieces by Kramer as part of the fraud so it would fit when it’s a bunch of smaller pieces.

    As one of the emails mentioned, I loved that Uncle Leo signed the package “Uncle Leo”. I like to think that’s how he signs everything.

    How does Newman get the photo.store to turn over George’s pictures? This is the most unbelievable thing in the episode. In what world does a postal employee have such power outside of the post office?

    I’m surprised Rob didn’t mentioned the package from J’Tia when he was talking about receiving strange packages.

    Did anyone else get a weird vibe when Kramer was photographing George? Kramer tells him he’s attractive, encourages him to take his shirt off but only if he’s comfortable with it, etc. Maybe in the 90s it wasn’t that evident, but this scene looked like it could be the opening scene of an Law & Order SVU episode.