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Character SUSAN GEORGE SUSAN GEORGE SUSAN GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY FRED JERRY GEORGE JERRY FRED JERRY FRED GEORGE JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY JERRY ELAINE ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED JERRY JERRY KRAMER JERRY KRAMER JERRY KRAMER JERRY KRAMER ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY SUSAN GEORGE SUSAN GEORGE SUSAN GEORGE SUSAN GEORGE SUSAN GEORGE JERRY LEAPIN' LARRY JERRY LEAPIN' LARRY JERRY LEAPIN' LARRY JERRY EMPLOYEE JERRY KRAMER JERRY KRAMER JERRY KRAMER JERRY VOICE KRAMER JERRY KRAMER JERRY KRAMER JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE PETERMAN JERRY PETERMAN GEORGE JERRY PETERMAN GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE PETERMAN JERRY PETERMAN ELAINE PETERMAN GEORGE TV ANNOUNCER GEORGE PETERMAN PETERMAN JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY ELAINE JERRY PETERMAN DOCTOR PETERMAN GEORGE PETERMAN GEORGE PETERMAN GEORGE PETERMAN GEORGE MRS. PETERMAN GEORGE MRS. PETERMAN MRS. PETERMAN GEORGE PETERMAN MRS. PETERMAN PETERMAN GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE GEORGE JERRY GEORGE KRAMER GEORGE KRAMER GEORGE KRAMER GEORGE KRAMER GEORGE KRAMER GEORGE KRAMER GEORGE KRAMER GEORGE GEORGE ELAINE GEORGE ELAINE ELAINE PETERMAN GEORGE ELAINE PETERMAN GEORGE ELAINE GEORGE PETERMAN ELAINE GEORGE PETERMAN ELAINE PETERMAN PETERMAN KRAMER JERRY KRAMER JERRY KRAMER JERRY KRAMER JERRY CAPTAIN KRAMER CAPTAIN JERRY LEAPIN' LARRY JERRY JERRY DISPATCHER KRAMER CAPTAIN KRAMER KRAMER FRED ELAINE FRED ELAINE FRED PETERMAN (A woman rushes in and shouts PETERMAN CAPTAIN CAPTAIN KRAMER CAPTAIN KRAMER WOMAN JERRY LEAPIN' LARRY CAPTAIN MAN ON THE STREET LEAPIN' LARRY CAPTAIN KRAMER JERRY CAPTAIN JERRY PETERMAN PETERMAN MAN PETERMAN GEORGE PETERMAN PETERMAN MAN GEORGE MAN PETERMAN GEORGE PETERMAN MAN SUSAN GEORGE SUSAN JERRY GEORGE JERRY GEORGE
Dialogue Hey, I gotta get some cash, I'm gonna run down to the ATM. Yeah, I better grab some too. I'll get it for you; just give me your card. You sure? Yeah, just tell me your code. My code? So why didn't you tell her the code? No. No way. George, you're gonna marry this woman. Most likely. It says very clearly, 'for your protection, do not give your secret code to anyone.' So you're taking relationship advice from Chemical Bank now? Why does everything have to be 'us'? Is there no 'me' left? Why can't there be some things just for me? Is that so selfish? Actually, that's the definition of selfish. Have you ever given your code to anyone? No one's ever asked. You want it? It's 'Jor-El.' Superman's father on Krypton. Of course. C'mon Georgie, you wanna tell me. It's eating you up inside. Sing it, sister. No. I am not giving my code to anyone for any reason. What if my life depended on it? If you're in some situation where some fast cash will save your life, I'll give you the code. What's the matter with your leg? My foot fell asleep. How'd your foot fall asleep? I crossed my legs, I forgot to alternate. Hey Jerry. Hey Fred. Hey Fred. My foot fell asleep. You're lucky, at least you got something to do. Fred, do you know Elaine? No, it's nice to meet you. Well, I'm outta here, see you guys. Alright, bye. Seeya. Did you hear that? He said, 'nice to meet you.' So? So? We've met before. At Katie Ash's party, we talked for like ten minutes. And he didn't remember you? Where are you going, you just got here? I gotta go talk to him. Excuse me, excuse me, Fred? Yeah? You just said, 'nice to meet you', but actually we've met before. We have? Yeah, at Katie Ash's party? What was your name again? Elaine. You don't remember our conversation? I talked about how my uncle worked in the book depository building with Lee Harvey Oswald? Not ringing a bell. When my uncle said to him, 'the president's been shot' Oswald winked at him and said, 'I'm gonna go catch a movie'? Mmm, no. That was right when we were in front of the bathroom door. The bathroom door. I remember someone had played tic-tac-toe on it, and the X's won; they went diagonally from the top left to the bottom right. Hey that sounds great, I'd love to do some TV commercials, that should really be fun. Uh huh, okay, alright, bye. Huh, how do you like that? I'm gonna do some TV spots for Leapin' Larry's Appliance Store. That was Leapin' Larry himself, I'm gonna meet with him tomorrow. Leapin' Larry! Yeah, that's where I bought this. What is that? Well, it's an emergency band scanner, it picks up everything Fires, harbor patrol, even the police. I'm watching the watchers, Jerry. Uh oh, we got a big fire on 115th. I tell ya if could do it over again, I'd give it all up to be a fireman. Yeah, those civil servants who risk their lives really got it made. When I was a kid, all I ever dreamed of was steering the back of that big hook and ladder. You're lucky they let you drive a car. No no no, they're talking the West Side Highway, at this time of day that's insane. They're heading straight into gridlock. Oh, those fools. What was that? (waving his arm in dismissal) Eh. Alright. So, get a load of this. This guy, Fred Yerkes, remembers every little thing about that night except me. Really? I'm surprised, he doesn't meet that many women. What are you saying? Well, what's to be said? He didn't remember you. Yeah, but why? I mean, ya know. I know. Ya know? Yeah, I know. Huh, lookit, you got the new catalog. Yeah, you wrote a good piece on the Himalayan Walking Shoe. Too good. Peterman was so pleased, now he wants to take me out to dinner tomorrow. Maybe you wanna come with me. Why would I wanna do that? Oh please, Jerry, please please please, I can't sit with him, he tells these stories, it's gonna be awful. Yeah, sounds like fun. I want you to tell me, George. Why? Why is my code so important? Because, it's part of our relationship, it's an indication of trust. We're not supposed to keep secrets from one another. Well I'm sure you have secrets from me. I don't know anything about your cycles. My cycles? Yeah, I never know what's going on there. Well from now on I'll keep you apprised of my cycles. Please. Anything else? We're out of Bosco! Howbout this, come one down to Leapin' Parry's if you can beat our prices, we'll give you the store. Ya know I've always liked your comedy, you don't take cheap shots. No I don't. Sorry for keeping you here so long. Again, I apologize for the mess. This renovation is killing me. (to himself) My foot's asleep again! When I lost my leg in the boating accident, I got so depressed about this damn prosthetic I thought I was gonna have to give up the business. But now I'm rejuvenated. Let me show you around the store. You know what? I'll be with you in a minute. That is a great impression! Larry, wait, you don't understand! I just came from Leapin' Larry's. Making fun of crippled people, is that what you've sunk to? I didn't do it on purpose, my foot fell asleep. Oh, oh your foot fell asleep. Ya know, the guy has one leg and he still calls himself Leapin' Larry, you'd think he had a sense of humor about it. Well, you just joked yourself right out of that commercial, didn't you, munjamba? Yup. Hup. Boy, look at that. Se that's that fire I was listening to yesterday. Wow, the whole building burned down. They just don't know what street to take. You remember that time I got us to Yankee Stadium in rush hour in fifteen minutes? Of course. It's all up here, Jerry. All up here. It's innate. The amazing thing is you never have any place to go. Where we gonna eat? We're gonna meet Elaine and Peterman at the Chinese place. Peterman? Nobody mentioned anything about Peterman. Of course not, if I did would you have gone? No way. There you go. I don't even know Peterman. How the hell am I gonna relax? I'm gonna have to be on all night. I don't like being on, Jerry, I would much rather be off. Trust me, you're off. Oh, hi Fred. Um, hello? It's Elaine. Oh yeah, yeah, right. How ya doin'? I'm depressed. I got this new shirt, the button fell off. Once the button falls off, that's it. I'll never fix it. Yeah, that's too bad. Yeah, I'm gonna get some vitamins, I feel depleted. Hmm. I never take them. Cause they make you nauseous, right? Yeah! Yeah, that's right, you remembered! Do you wanna have dinner tonight? Hmm. Tonight. What, you have other plans? No, no no no, none that I can, um, remember. ...Alright, you're locked up in a prison in Turkey, I have your wallet. The only way I can bribe the guards to get you out is for you to give me your ATM code. Call the Embassy. They're closed. Why? Bomb threat. We're in Turkey? Midnight Express, my friend. My card won't work there; they're not on the Plus system. You must be Jerry Seinfeld. Yes, hi, Mr. Peterman. This is, uh, George Costanza. J. Peterman. (grabbing lapels) J. Crew. Well, is Elaine here? Oh, Elaine just called, she won't be joining us. Not to worry, I'll tell the maitre'd it'll just be the three bulls. What's going on? He still wants to have dinner with us? Without Elaine? What for? What, is he crazy? We gotta get out of here. Come on; weave your web, liar man. I've got nothing, I-I-I-I'm blank. George, what's the matter with you? I'm choking! Ah, Fong has been most accommodating. Shall we? Actually, you know I just remembered I promised this comedy club that I'd do a set tonight, so, terribly sorry. I understand, no hard feelings. George and I will miss your company. Fong? It will just be two this evening. George, we dine. (to herself) I can't believe this, is this guy standing me up? ...And there, tucked into the river's bend was the object of my search. The Gwon-Jaya River market, fabrics and spices traded under a starlit sky. It was there that I discovered the Pamplona beret. Sizes seven-and-a-half through eight-and-three-quarters. Price? Thirty-five dollars. Howbout sports? Do you follow sports? It's fourth and inches and the Giants are going for it! You gotta love sports! You know, this is very nice, but I really could take a cab. Really. Ha ha, nonsense, George. Besides it gives me a chance to tell you about my latest trip to Burma where I discovered a very unusual corduroy. Peterman here. What? Oh no. Alright, I'll be right there. (To George) It's my mother; she's at death's door. I just pray to God we can make it there in time. I can't believe you blew us off; we were doing you the favor. Well, Fred asked me out. Fred? Yeah, and then he stood me up. I don't get this guy. You see what's going on here? You're attracted to him because he can't remember anything about you. I am? But that's so sick. That's God's plan. He doesn't really want anyone to get together. Anyway, so how was the dinner? Well, when I heard you weren't coming I made up and excuse and got the hell out of there. What about Georgie? Nah, he didn't make it. Doctor, how is she? She's too weak to talk but she'll be happy to hear your voice. Mama, it's me. Jacopo. I'm here for you, mama. I'm, uh, George Costanza. I was having dinner with your son. Shake off the dew, my friend. Yeah. What time is it? It's morning. Thanks for seeing me through the night. I'll make us a pot of coffee, George. Watch her, won't you? Who? Momma. Just talk to her, George. The doctor seems to think it helps. Hi. I-I really should be getting back to my fianc, you know, we, uh, we had this big fight yesterday and, uh, well she, she wants to-to know my secret code. I-I don't know, I can't tell her. The funny thing is, you know, I would really love to tell someone 'cause it's killing me. You uh, you wanna know what it is? It's Bosco. You know, the chocolate syrup? I love that stuff, I pour it in milk, it's my favorite drink. Hoo-hoo, boy, that is a relief! Bosco. Bosco. Oh, shhh. (sitting up) Bosco! Bosco! Bosco! Bosco! Shut up! Shut up! Momma! What are you trying to say? Bosco. She's gone. Bosco? You know this whole thing never would have happened if you hadn't bailed out on me at the restaurant. I did not bail out on you. Well why couldn't you include me in your excuse? Why didn't you come up with your own? I froze. I think I'm losing it. Ah, c'mon. Maybe you're just in a slump? No, no. I reached down and there was *nothing* there. Now Peterman wants me to go to the funeral. Oh, come on, just tell me your code already. What is it? I am not giving you my code. I'll bet I can guess it. Pssh. Yeah. Right. Oh, alright. Yeah. Uh, let's see. Um, well, we can throw out birthdays immediately. That's too obvious. And no numbers for you, you're a word man. Alright, let's go deeper. Uh, what kind of man are you? Well, you're weak, spineless, a man of temptations, but what tempts you? Huh? You're a portly fellow, a bit long in the waistband. So what's your pleasure? Is it the salty snacks you crave? No no no no no, yours is a sweet tooth. Get out of here. Oh you may stray, but you'll always return to your dark master, the cocoa bean. I'm leaving. (building up steam as George bolts for the door) No, and only the purest syrup nectar can satisfy you! I gotta go. If you could you'd guzzle it by the gallon! Ovaltine! Hershey's! Shut up! Nestl's Quik! Shut up! What was that? What? You just checked your watch. Are you thinking of bailing on him? I got a date. Oh, Mr. Peterman. Oh, Elaine. George, when momma said 'Bosco' she must have been trying to communicate something, a legacy, a dying wish perhaps. Mothers say things. My mother goes babbling on and on like a crazy person. Mr. Peterman, you have my deepest sympathies. Unfortunately, I've gotta get going. You do? Uh, yes, actually we-we both do. I have a personal commitment. Well, personal, I mean, we both uh... What is it? I'm speaking at a women's' rights conference. Yes, and I'm speaking at a men's' conference. I don't believe that for a minute. Well, Elaine, it was good of you to stop by. My pleasure. Fortunately, I still have George here to help me through this. You know George, growing up as a boy in Costa Rica, I heard a rumor that momma had taken a lover. Perhaps Bosco was this man's name. Hey, you wanna come down the fire station with me? Fire station? Yeah, I made a map of my shortcuts. I'm gonna rock their world! Nah, I gotta go down to Leapin' Larry's. Oh, so he took you back. Yeah, we straightened it out, all is forgiven. Well, you know the important thing is that you learned something. No I didn't. Well, Mr. Kramer, your list of short cuts is most impressive. Yeah, and this is just the Upper West Side. Wait until I get to the Village, then you're gonna see a magic show. Mr. Kramer, just about every week some brash young hothead like yourself saunters in here talking about faster routes and snazzier colors for the trucks, well, fact is we feel things are fine the way they are. Anyway, thanks for having me back, and sorry about the misunderstanding. Water under the bridge. Come on, I never did get a chance to show you around the store. Oh sure. Uh, again? (Limping towards the door) I'll be right there. Attention Company 390, structure fire at Leapin' Larry's Appliance Warehouse. Leapin' Larry's? Hey, that's uptown. You gotta take Amsterdam. Stay out of this, Kramer. Are you ok, cowboy? Where do you need to go? Well, you'd better take it easy. Sorry about the other night but my mother called, she couldn't find her pills. I had to go into Brooklyn to help her find her pills, and they were right there in the medicine cabinet. Could you believe that? Huh. The worst part is getting from the subway station to the house. There's no transportation... (to herself) What am I doing? I'm on a date with this guy because he didn't remember me? He's demented, listen to him... ...I could have taken a cab but if my mother saw me pull up in a cab, she'd start yelling at me, "Freddy! What are taking a cab for? It's so expensive!" She's out of her mind. Eventually, you'll meet her. Bosco. Bosco. Bosco. There's a big fire down the street, the whole block is going up in flames! Peterman gets up and runs towards the door, he stops and looks back. George is still sitting on the couch, looking up and shaking his head. George! Gonna make a left onto Broadway. Who is this? It's Kramer! Kramer?! What the hell are you doing back there? DeSoto's down, but Cosmo's got the caboose. How did this start? Beats me. Where the hell's the fire department? I'm gonna lose the whole store! Kramer, get the hell off of there. You're not trained to operate this equipment! Hey, Kramer! Try the scanner, see if you can pick up anything. What are you doing, Kramer?! You're all over the road! Don't worry, Cap, I can handle it! Kramer? You're losing control! Hard right! Hard right! Ah, that's a shame. The fire will eat up this entire block! Look, there's a man in there. Get out of there, you're in danger! But my sleeve, it's stuck in the machine, it ate my card! George, give me your ATM card! I don't have my ATM card. George, you're obviously lying, anyone can see that! It's jammed! I'll slide it under the door, Now give me your code! What?! Why? The machine won't open without the code! George, give him your code! But I-I-I- George, there's no time! Tell him your code! Shout out your code, man!! The code!! The code!! Hi. Here's your cash, George. Hm. Thanks. And here's your card back. Anyone for Bosco? Oh my god. Look at this. Hm? It's the new J. Peterman catalog. Look. The Rogue's Wallet. That's where he kept his card, his dirty little secret. Short, devious, balding. his name was Costanza. He killed my mother.
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nicole66 on 2018-03-18:

Compare it to a toddler and adult. A toddler will make a lot of mistakes as they learn hand and foot coordination. Whereas adults will make much less because they are confident in their abilities and have better intuition about where their limbs are and the limits of their abilities . Same mentality for other animals with bath bombs where to buy them comes experience and less mistakes