Monday, July 20, 2009

ENOUGH SAID

You know that "Seinfeld" episode where Jerry and George pitch their idea about "nothing" to the NBC execs? (And if you don't, please don't tell me. I like you just the way you are, and if I learn of your lack of "Seinfeld" trivia, it might come between us.)

On the episode the NBC exec. introduces his daughter to Jerry and George, and Jerry asks, "How old is your daughter?" The NBC exec. replies, "15." George says, "That's a fun age." Jerry looks at George like he has two heads, and everyone across the wold laughs hysterically.

I think about that line all the time.

12 comments:

Full Soul Ahead! said...

L :O VE.

Expat From Hell said...

Seinfeld continues to define our culture, long after it's gone. Thanks for posting this. Glad there is another fan out there besides me.

EFH

jesswilson said...

the world needs more seinfeld.

matt and i look at each other at least once a week, squint just a little, raise one eyebrow and say, 'newman'

cheryl said...

My two favorite lines from Seinfeld. Both from Elaine, surprisingly.

"Maybe the dingo ate your baby."

"I don't know how you guys walk around with those things."

Wanda said...

I'm glad you still like me.

Angie Ledbetter said...

Giddyup!

Jamie said...

Many times I will be wrapped in a conversation about "nothing" and I have to stop and say - I am living a Seinfeld eposide.....

Ask Me Anything said...

Cheryl: Awesome lines--so proud you came right up with them, just like a guy!

I just saw Jerry a few weeks ago here in Philly--he's still got it.

Amber said...

Moops! It's a word! Moops.

;)

kario said...

Hmmm, 15. Fun? No, I don't think so.

What would she do if you just looked at her and said, "Schmoopy" with a sappy look on your face?

Deb Shucka said...

I can hear your hysteria through the ozone. July is almost gone.

She said...

I ABSOLUTELY remember that episode. Have seen it more than once!