This article’s plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed. Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. George receives a message from Susan ‘s parents, the Rosses. Jerry and George debate about the race of Elaine ‘s new boyfriend, Darryl, and that intrigues her — is he black? George returns the call from the Rosses; the Foundation is having an event this weekend, but George doesn’t want to attend, so he comes up with a story that he has to close on his house in the Hamptons. Kramer announces his retirement when he tells Jerry and George about a Hollywood big shot having options for his coffee table book about coffee tables. Kramer even comments that toy ray guns were the inspiration to Independence Day. Elaine finds evidence that leads her to believe her boyfriend is black. Susan’s parents see George on the street in the city, during the time he is supposed to be in the Hamptons. Morty is only impressed by it being a “tip calculator”, although Jerry claims it does other things.

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The principal characters are not related by family or work connections but remain distinctively close friends throughout the series. Tom’s Restaurant , a diner at th St. Two prominent recurring characters were based on well-known people: Jacopo Peterman of the J. Other characters based on real people include the Soup Nazi [37] and Jackie Chiles , who was based on Johnnie Cochran.

George Louis Costanza was one of the four main characters on Seinfeld, played by Jason Alexander.. George is Jerry’s neurotic friend. He sometimes lives with his parents, Estelle and Frank Costanza, a bitter couple who are as neurotic as their s are George’s personality traits of being bitter, miserly, selfish, greedy and dishonest come from his childhood background.

But even on a show that featured space hippies, Spock’s brain getting stolen, and Captain Kirk being brainwashed into a Native American cliche, no episode can hold a tricorder to the awfulness of one proposed episode. The script, which was bought by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry but never put into production, began with the Enterprise hitting some weird space debris that causes the ship to be possessed by the soul of a newly born baby apparently those are just floating around out there in space, which should put an interesting spin on the abortion debate.

But while the episode could have confronted controversial issues like “Does life begin at conception, or after taking control of a Galaxy-class starship? It soon starts cooing and crying, prompting Uhura to pacify it, because even though Star Trek is set in the future, it was still made in the “Women Are Only Good for Babies and Boobs” s. Seeing as there’s no giant intergalactic breast for the Enterprise to space-suckle, Uhura sings “Rock-a-Bye-Baby” to the Enterprise in what would have been a strong contender for the stupidest moment in Star Trek history.

The baby ages rapidly, at first amusing itself by playing with the ship’s doors and elevators before almost killing everyone by flying toward an enticingly “pretty” sun. The baby-ship then starts talking, referring to Kirk as his father and asking as many annoying questions as real 5-year-olds. Sadly, a scene where the ship poops proton torpedoes didn’t make it into the script. The villains trick the now teenage ship into setting them free, presumably by promising to buy it beer, and take control of the bridge.

But by then the ship has become a young man who realizes his error, and so he flies the ship straight at the sun again until the criminals surrender. Sadly, the Enterprise gets a little too close, and the sentient part of the ship dies after Kirk tells it how proud he is. But not to worry — on the planet of the croc-people a baby is born, and its cries are the same as the young ship’s.

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Jul 6, at 9: Jaclyn Kessel Where to Stream: What does that tell us? The simple answer would be that Elaine was easy. After all, she was sex positive enough to talk openly about how the scarcity of sponges affected her dating life. Elaine was fickle, too.

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After meeting him, Jerry and George are convinced that he is black. As it is ambiguous, Elaine spends the episode trying to figure out his race. While Elaine thought he was black, Darryl thought Elaine was Hispanic. She finds out he is a white Anglo-African after she was so sure he was black that she referred to an African-American waitress as ‘sista’. Clues that Elaine uses to conclude that Darryl is black At his apartment, Elaine hears hip-hop music being played from a stereo.

She thinks it is Darryl only to find out that it was his neighbor playing the music. Darryl has various African artifacts in his apartment. Darryl claims that he came from South Africa many years ago for “obvious reasons” referring to Apartheid. After a couple in the coffee shop make a comment, Darryl is upset that they are being made fun of for being an interracial couple in fact, he believed that Elaine was Hispanic.

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Dick is a recovering alcoholic, and accidentally drinks vodka when Jerry misplaces a vodka-cranberry that Dick confuses with his cranberry juice. Dick falls off the wagon and begins drinking again, heckling Jerry at a show and dragging a christmas tree through the offices of Pendant Publishing at the end of the episode.

Keith Hernandez Appears in The Boyfriend Jerry gets jealous when Elaine starts dating his new friend Keith, who he admired as a baseball player and gets jealous of Elaine when he cancels his plans with Jerry to go out with her.

Seinfeld is an American television sitcom that ran for nine seasons on NBC, from to It was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, with the latter starring as a fictionalized version of predominantly in an apartment building in Manhattan’s Upper West Side in New York City, the show features a handful of Jerry’s friends and acquaintances, including best friend George.

Schneider March 28, Howard Stern homed in on the May-August aspect of the relationship when the radio host interviewed his old friend last spring. Then, returning to the Stern show a month later for another attempt at spin control, he still seemed a bit defensive. We just went to a restaurant, and that was it. For months now, Seinfeld and Lonstein have quietly gone about the business of getting to know one another.

At George Washington University in Washington, where Lonstein, now 18, enrolled in September, the couple walk arm in arm across campus when Seinfeld pops in for an occasional visit. Consider, for example, the hotel manager he met in , became engaged to a month later in a moment of panic that hit him when he turned 30 and then broke up with a few months after that.

She is extremely bright. We just get along. You can hear the click. The Lonsteins have always approved of the romance. The family have nothing but positive feelings about the both of them.

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She has to fight her way out, but the aliens have other plans for her. A unique and classic tale based upon a true story. You men will enjoy it! MF, nc, rp Quiet Surprise – by Anon – A vivid, stimulating dream brings a delightful ending for a 16 year old young man. Just the normal class for her.

For decades, I thought Tony Randall was gay, but it turns out he was straighter than the Stanford Linear Accelerator. I always suspected Henry Fonda, being that he spent so much time with Johns Ford and Wayne, as well as Ward Bond.

I thought you had lunch with coma guy. This is persistent vegetative state guy, much more interesting. On the one hand they are physically present and alive Waiting for a family member to come out of a coma can be like a slow, painful torture that might never end. Not so in fiction. More often than not it’s an ideal way to have a character Put on a Bus without dropping a bridge on them never drop a bridge you may want the casting department to cross again, eh?

If a Super Hero ‘s Secret Identity is exposed, a Convenient Coma to the hapless discoverer solves those dangling plot threads without resorting to killing or changing the status quo. Speaking of killing , it’s also a good way for moralistic heroes to do away with a bad guy without losing their no-killing reputation. Of course, the coma was the villain’s own fault. A favorite for writers is that as soon as the hero clears the table and is ready to settle down with his first love , that plucky Unlucky Childhood Friend turned Human Popsicle will wake up and be a Fish out of Water.

Oblivious to all the extant romantic Character Development , she reintroduces entire layers of confusion, angst, guilt, and other soap opera staples to the once clean equation. The same is true for villains or people who found out the hero’s secret ID. If they’re not long term, comas are usually treated as the step before death for someone who’s ill precisely in reversal to Real Life , where the longer you are in coma, the less chance you ever get out of it.

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April 10, 2: So one day we started trying to list off all the black people in the show. You, know cause there never are any. Well many episodes later we have this list. Which kinda disproved our theory. Basically the character has to have a speaking roll, and it has to be more than one line.

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But even on a show that featured space hippies, Spock’s brain getting stolen, and Captain Kirk being brainwashed into a Native American cliche, no episode can hold a tricorder to the awfulness of one proposed episode. The script, which was bought by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry but never put into production, began with the Enterprise hitting some weird space debris that causes the ship to be possessed by the soul of a newly born baby apparently those are just floating around out there in space, which should put an interesting spin on the abortion debate.

But while the episode could have confronted controversial issues like “Does life begin at conception, or after taking control of a Galaxy-class starship? It soon starts cooing and crying, prompting Uhura to pacify it, because even though Star Trek is set in the future, it was still made in the “Women Are Only Good for Babies and Boobs” s.

Seeing as there’s no giant intergalactic breast for the Enterprise to space-suckle, Uhura sings “Rock-a-Bye-Baby” to the Enterprise in what would have been a strong contender for the stupidest moment in Star Trek history. Continue Reading Below Advertisement But not the winner. The baby ages rapidly, at first amusing itself by playing with the ship’s doors and elevators before almost killing everyone by flying toward an enticingly “pretty” sun.

The baby-ship then starts talking, referring to Kirk as his father and asking as many annoying questions as real 5-year-olds. Sadly, a scene where the ship poops proton torpedoes didn’t make it into the script.

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Outside of plain bad timing, the reasons for the pulling from air vary, and very often reflect the particular zeitgeist at the time. Of course the increasing permissiveness of the age, the rise of cable and the changes in viewing practices, suggest that as a phenomenon, the banning of TV shows might be dying out—or certainly having less effect than when we were more reliant on network TV schedules, syndication and reruns than we now are for catching up on all the episodes of our favorite shows.

But there was a time, in the not-so-distant past, when a network deciding to pull an episode from circulation created something just a little notorious, a kind of holy grail for completists anxious to see their beloved small-screen characters contend with such buzzkills as abortion, inbreeding, sex, violence, religion and international relations.

Here are ten such instances. FBI agents Mulder and Scully are called to a small, idyllic rural community in which time seems to have stood still, to investigate the discovery of the body of an extremely congenitally deformed baby. Their investigation leads them to a family of inbreds who live in unimaginable depravity and who turn murderous when the forces of modernity intrude upon their squalid, incestuous existence.

A character says or accidentally does something that is interpreted by everyone else as being racist or some other breed of bigotry, and they proceed to chew him out or start shunning him for it. If it is not the main plot for the story, it can be quickly cleared up, but otherwise, any attempt to prove that he’s not really racist ends up backfiring and making him look even more racist.

Elaine’s debut[ edit ] Unlike her three close friends, Elaine is absent from the pilot episode. Previously the female role was supposed to be Claire, the waitress at Pete’s Luncheonette played by Lee Garlington , but Monk’s Cafe replaced the luncheonette and Garlington was dropped from the role. In addition to the first episode, Elaine doesn’t appear in ” The Trip ” and therefore appears in fewer episodes than George and Jerry.

Real-life inspiration[ edit ] After it was discovered that Jerry Seinfeld once dated writer and comedian Carol Leifer , speculation grew that Elaine was based on Leifer, though that was later largely denied. Leifer, who wrote or cowrote a number of episodes for the show, has said only some elements of the backstory of the character—that she and Seinfeld had dated and have remained good friends since the relationship ended—relate to her.

According to Seinfeld’s biography written by Jerry Oppenheimer , Elaine was based in part on Susan McNabb who was dating Seinfeld when the character was created , though eventually named after friend and fellow comic Elayne Boosler. Also, the character was partially based on Monica Yates, daughter of novelist Richard Yates , whom Larry David once dated, and they remained good friends after they broke up. She’s ‘one of the boys’, and despite the troubles they go through as a group, she remains the closest female friend to the main male cast throughout the series.

Her traits are usually edgy and neurotic and she has a tendency to easily get angry with almost everybody, and has a habit of shoving people when displaying extreme emotion. She’s ruined her friends’ ambitions, like throwing George’s hairpiece out the window after trying to explain the irony behind it in ” The Beard ” or revealing what Jerry said in ” The Cheever Letters ” about the ” panties her mother laid out for her”.

Elaine is a serial dater, a trait lampooned in ” The Sponge “, where she’s desperate to buy a cache of discontinued contraceptive sponges before they’re all bought up. She coins the word “spongeworthy” debating her then-boyfriend’s prospects of intimacy at the expense of her inventory.

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Suruga is in love with Hitagi who is straight and dating Koyomi. Jessie from Battle Athletes is completely straight. That doesn’t stop her from attracting a one-episode female Stalker with a Crush. This is the source of Tamura’s troubles. He falls for a straight classmate and that’s why he begins crossdressing. The problem is his crush is homophobic and only uses him for sex.

We cataloged all 56 of Elaine’s boyfriends on Seinfeld in order of appearance below. Let us know your favorite by rating each of them with a star rating.

George is Jerry’s neurotic friend. He sometimes lives with his parents, Estelle and Frank Costanza , a bitter couple who are as neurotic as their son. Chances are George’s personality traits of being bitter, miserly, selfish, greedy and dishonest come from his childhood background. As a teenager, he was tormented by his gym teacher, Mr. Heyman , who intentionally mispronounced George’s last name as “Can’t Stand Ya.

George claims that he and Jerry met in gym class when George, climbing rope, fell on Jerry. George has numerous psychological problems, including: Like Kramer , he would often concoct elaborate plots to weasel out of relational, financial, or legal obligations, always with unexpected and negative consequences. George’s lying, however, is often seen as a gift in the eyes of himself and his friends. It is noted in some episodes that he can even beat a lie-detector test.

When Jerry tells Elaine about his plan of beating a lie detector instead of somehow avoiding it, she replies, “Who do you think you are, Costanza? In the first couple of seasons, George was restrained by the standards of his later actions, but as the series went on, his schemes and personality became more outlandish. Alexander related in an interview that, early in the creation of the show, he once expressed having problems acting out a scene in the script, because he felt no one would ever behave in such a way.

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