|Dialogue||Look how dark it's gettin' already.||Well, it's not Daylight Savings Time yet.||When does it start?||(pause) I don't know, they just tell you the night before.||Uh. Well, I'm sick o' waiting. (pulls out his pocket-watch (it has a chain, too)) I am springin' ahead riiight now.||(under breath) Oh, I'm sure that won't cause any problems..||Oh, god, it's Mike Moffit..||Oh now, don't tell me you're still mad at him for calling you a phony. Jerry, that was five years ago!||I'm not a phony an' I don't want anything to do with this guy.||Hey! Mike!||(sees and is enthused, coming over) Kramer! Jerry! How's it goin'?!||Fine. An' I'm not just sayin' that..||Guess what? I just started my own business. I'm a bookie!||No openings in arson?||(pauses, struck by J's attitude) Either of you guys wanna place a bet I'm your guy.||(quickly) Ah no no no. No bets for me, I uh, I got a disease.||I'm feelin' a bit queasy myself. Maybe I'll see you in another five years. (casually leaves)||Kramer. Jerry still mad about that "phony" thing?||You kidding? It's all water near a bridge.||Hey, what time you got?||(pulling out his timepiece) Oh yes. Uh.. it's aaalmost six.||Whoa--uh--I'm really late. (leaves)||Oh! These designs look great! Peggy, you really saved me.||Oh, it was no problem.||(leaving with the drawings) Mr. Peterman is gonna love 'em.||(focusing on her work) Thanks, Susie.||You won't believe this but, as I'm leaving, she calls me "Susie."||I don't see you as a Susie. Sharon maybe.||What am I, a--a bulimic, chain-smoking, stenographer from Staten Island?||Who are you describing?||Someone I know.||Named Sharon?||I'd rather not say.||Hey.||(to say hello) Mmm! What's in the bag?||(sitting) Newww tuxedo. For the Pinstripe Ball. Steinbrenner is throwing a huge party at Tavern on the Green, heh!||Kind of a Yankee prom?||(resentfully dampened) It's not a prom. It's a Ball.||You taking Allison?||Yes, of course I'm taking Allison. This woman is genetically engineered to go to a ball. Tall, blonde, lithe--||Live?||Lithe.||Live?||(rolling her eyes) Lithe!||Oh, lithe!||Well, you two'll have a great time there.||It can't be worse than this.||Mmm!||An' wait'll you see the dress that she's got. It's backless! Uh?! I'm finally gonna make a Great Entrance!||Backless? Ya gonna back her in?||Elaine, when a woman makes a Ball Entrance.. she twirls.||She's not gonna twirl--||She'll Twirl.||That is what Mr. Steinbrenner wants. He wants, everyone, ta, twirl around.||(weary) All right.||Hey! Uh--listen--did you get your--uh--boss's Knick ticket, for Kramer?||(digging in purse) Yeah, uh--here. (hands him ticket)||Oh! Great!||Uh. Say, George--||Woo! Courtside! (mock-snide) Is that the best you could do? Ha ha!||(sitting) George. We need to talk.||What?||I really, think we need to talk.||(pause) Uh-oh.||She wants to talk.||She doesn't Want to talk, she needs to talk.||Nobody needs to talk.||Who would Want to. She tried to end it with me, Jerry.||What'd ya do?||I told her I was out o' soda, I went out to get some, an' I never went back.||(pause) All night?!||Yeah, I slept at my parents' house.||And she wants to break up with you..||Ha! (snort) Can you believe it? (amused) I'm supposed to be havin' lunch with her right now at Pomodoro.||Uh-oh. "Everybody breaks up at Pomodoro's."||So? What'm I gonna do?||You really like this girl.||No. I like the ball! This is my One Chance to make a Great Entrance! My whole life! I have never made a great entrance!||You've made some Fine Exits.||(admitting) All right..||So what do you do? You can't keep avoiding her.||(resolved) Why not. (determined) If she can't find me, she can't break up with me. And, if we're still goin' out, she has to gooo to the ballll.||(suddenly entering) Hey, oh--listen. Did you get my ticket from Allison--||Yeah, yeah, right here. (hands it to him)||All right! Yeah.. Courtside.. Whoa! Don't let this girl get away..||(clipping on shades) Ha.. She'll have to find me first. (leaving)||(All right.) (to Jerry) Ah? Oh, by the way you owe Mike a hundred dollars.||What for?||Well I put a bet down for ya on tonight's game. Yeah, if the Knicks beat the Pacers by more than thirty-five? It pays ten to one. Oo-oo! That's some sweet action!||But I don't want any "sweet action."||Well, I couldn't do it I got a gamblin' problem.||So you put down my money?!||(impatient sigh) You don't have a problem.||Not (with) that, no..||Susie. Susie!||(coming in) Uh.. Hi, Peggy. Um.. Look, I should have said this yesterday, but--||Did you get this memo from Elaine Benes?||Yeah. See that--||(preoccupied) You know, it's amazing Peterman hasn't fired that dolt. She practically ran the company into the gro-ound.||Well. Well, I thought she did a pretty good Job..||I heard she was a disaster, Suze--||(testy, leans into Peggy's personal space) Look-it. It's not Suze. All right? It's Su-zie. My name, is Su-zie!||(on tape, singing) "Believe it or not, George, isn't at home, please leave a mes-saaage at the beep. I must be out or I'd pick up the pho-one. Where could I be? Believe it or not, I'm not hooome." (beep)||George, pick up. I know you're screening for Allison.||(answers phone, good mood) Hey.||So, coffee shop?||No, I can't. She knows I go there. It's not secure. (the call waiting beeps) Hey, I got another call comin' in. I gotta let the machine get it. Bye. (hangs up)||(on tape, singing) "Believe it or not, George, isn't at home, please leave a mes-saaage at the beep. I must be out or I'd pick up the pho-one. Where could I be? Believe it or not, I'm not hooome." (beep)||(on phone machine, peeved) George? Are you there? (muttering) I hate that stupid message. (terse) I know you're avoiding me, I'm at the office, please call me, I've gotta talk to you. (hangs up)||(to phone) Hi, Allison? Oh, I guess you're not at home.. I probably should 'ave tried you at the office. Anyway, good to hear from ya, really looking forward to the ball.. (hangs up and happily chuckles) Ha ha!||Can you believe this woman?||(ironic outrage) The nerve. Talkin' about ya behind your back--and right to your face!||No. "Suze!" I mean, "Suzie!" "Suzanne!" "Suzanna." Fine! But there is no, way, I'm gonna be a Suze.||No. No Suze.||(tense) I mean--what am I--some pom-pom-wavin' Backseat Bimbo?!||Who are you describin'?||Someone I know!||Named Suze?||No, still Sharon!||(comes in, subdued) Hey. (grabs a water from refrigerator)||Hey, I thought you went to the game.||No. I was kicked out for fightin' with one of the players. (leaving)||Wait. Way--way--way--way--way--way--wait! Who?!||(stops) W--Reggie Miller.||Cheryl Miller's brother?||Yeah. (leaving)||Hey--hey--hey--wait, wait, wait, wait! What happened!||(stops again) Well, first of all, for some reason, they started the game an hour Late. And uh, I was sittin' next to Spike Lee an' he an' Reggie were jawin' at each other, so I guess I got involved. (leaving)||(same time as Jerry) --Wait, whoa--whoa--whoa--whoa!--||Well--wait--wait--wait--wait! What do you mean "involved"?!||(stops again) Well I.. ran out onto the court an' threw a hotdog at Reggie Miller. "Involved." An' they threw meee, an' Reggie, an' Spike out o' the game.||So that's it?||Well I, well I, felt, pretty bad about everything an' uh, then the three of us, we went to a strip club. (leaves)||Can you believe that?||I didn't know Cheryl Miller's brother played basketball.||(suddenly comes back, excited) The Knicks killed 'em a hundred an' ten to seventy three!||What--of course, without Reggie Miller, it's a blowout!||No, Jerry--that's thirty-seven points! The Knicks covered! You won! See, that's a cooool-G, Daddy-O--now you gotta let it riiiide!||On what?!||(real addict) Ah, come-on, Jerry--I don't wanna lose this feeling. Hey--let's go down to the O.T.B. We'll put some money on the ponies. (getting out pocket-watch)||Yeah, all right.||(looking at watch) Ssssh--ah! They just closed!||(not) Oh. Too Bad.||Mr. Peterman? You wanted to see me?||Apparently Peggy--down in Design?--got into a liiiittle bit of a Tiff yesterday with somebody named, "Susie"?||Su-sie?||Yes. Between you, me and the lamppost. And the desk. Peggy says this "Suze" isn't much of a Worker.||(nit) It's Susie.||Nevertheless, Elaine. The House, of Peterman is in Disorder. First thing tomorrow morning I want to see you, Peggy, and, Susie right here, in my office.||(dismayed) Ah, all o'--all of us?||Allison. Hi. Uh--listen I'm really sorry about what happened at the game last night. Listen--could I have a ticket tonight--'cause the Rockets are in town an' that, Hakeem Olajuwon? Ohhh--he's got a real attitude.||Kramer? Have you seen George, around? I can't get a hold of him.||Oh, yeah, yeah. Well, he--uh--visits the guy across the hall from me like every ten minutes.||Oh yeah?||(singing) Believe it or not, Geooorge isn't at home.||(comes up) Hey. Jerry.||Hey Mike.. How 'bout those Knicks?||(a little anxious) Yeah! How 'bout 'em? Ha ha. Look, Jerry. I can't pay you.||Why not?||'Cause I don't have the money..||Mike. You say you're a bookie? You take a bet an' then you can't pay? I don't know, Mike, to me it sounds a little, how you say.. "Phony"?||Just give me 'til Friday. Please. Please!||You know, you're supposed to be the Bookie. Act like one.||I'm sorry. Uh--oh here--let me give you a hand with that.||(trying to shut the trunk hood) Something wrong with this trunk.||Oh. Let me see.||So--ah, Kramer. Why'd you ask me out to dinner? (amused) An' why Pomodoro?||(quiet, delicately) Allison spoke to me, and um. She wanted me to speak to you.||(quiet) Uh-oh.||We all know that this relationship isn't working. So Allison an' I think that the best thing to do is just.. make a, clean break.||Can't we discuss this?||(reasoning) We just don't think you're ready for a serious relationship!||(dismayed) I didn't even know you wanted to get serious!||(dismayed) So what am I in this for? You know, I'm getting to a point in my life where I need something more than just.. a good time. (is tearing up)||(pause) Are you?||Wha--me? No! No. But she is.||I, I can't believe this is happening!||George, we're sorry.||Krama. Please.||(leaves, upset) Waaa-aa--aa! I'm sorry--||(entering, uneasy) Mr. Peterman, Peggy, I.. guess we, should just get this over with. (sits)||Just Hold On a minute. Still One Short.||Oh. No, we're not--||Susie has been very rude to me.||Well, Elaine, has nothing but Good things to say about Susie.||Look. (engaging smile) We don't have to name names, or, point fingers, or.. (breathes in) name names! (indicating empty chair) Me and her, have had our problems. She and I have had our problems! You and I, and she and you--||Don't you drag me into this! This is between you and her, and her. (indicating empty chair)||Yes! And I am convinced that if she were here with us today, she would agree with me, too.||Who.||(uh-oh) Her?||Where is she?!||Ah--this is part of the problem!||Iiii thought I was, part of this problem.||(smiling, convincing) You're a, huuge part of the problem. But, I think that at it's core, this is a Susie-and-Elaine problem that requires, a Susie-and-Elaine solution! And, who better to do that than.. Elaine and Susie! Susie and Elaine!||Well, now that we have that cleared up.. why don't the three of us have lunch.||(feigning hearing something) What?! Oh! Oh, I'm, coming! I--I gotta go. (rushes out!)||She is The Best. What was your name again.||Mike's outside. He wants to talk to you.||Well why doesn't he just come in?||Because he's scared, Jerry.||Why is he scared.||(sighs, opens door) Come on in. Did you do this? (Mike has two hand casts on)||Yeah, but--||Uh--ah--ah! You broke his thumbs.||It was an accident.||Oh, is that what you call it when, Somebody doesn't Pay Up?||(desperate) I'll get you the money, Jerry. I got a hundred dollars in my front pocket if you want to, reach in an' take it!||(hands up) I don't want it that way.||Nuh! Okay Jerry, how about if Mike fixes your truuunk, we call it even, an' this way, nobody has to get hurt.||(whatever) Fine..||Oh--uh--thank you, Jerry, thank you! I won't forget this, I'm gonna fix your trunk good--real good!||See that was nice, Jerry. (under breath) Oh, by the way, I'm the one who broke your trunk.||Ah, it's just a car.||Hi.||(looking down, nodding) Hi.||It's, funny runnin' into you here.||Yeah, yeah..||(embarrassed/self-conscious about his gut) Do I? Thanks.. You too..||Ooo, yeah.. (indicating his face, embarrassed) (Heh, right.) You know, it's gettin' kind of late, I, I really have to be going, so, uh, it's nice seeing you again, all right--||(sad) Yeah! Yeah. Hey--hey you, you know.. Maybe I'll call you sometime.||George, it's over. It's just.. It's Over. (leaves)||(pause) What do you think, Jerry.||(wistful) I don't know, I just see you guys together.||Thumbs!||(from inside the trunk) Oh! Help! Somebody, help! Help!||So Peterman bought it? I can't believe you got away with that!||Well, I'm very fortunate to be surrounded by such stupidity.||Yeah, I know how you feel.||Do you hear something?||What?||Oh, the trunk's broken, it's rattling.||Jerry, I don't know how much longer I can keep this up. They're starting to give Susie assignments now!||Well, there's only one thing to do. Eliminate her.||What?||(firmly matter-of-fact) Get Rid of Susie. Make her disappear.||I kinda like her.||She's Gooone.||Jerry--||(impatient) Gone! (starts maniacally laughing) (briefly stops to point and explain) That bumper sticker.||(desperately anxious) Oh God, I'm in trouble..||Krama. Open up! I--I know you're in there!||(opens door) Uh--George, uh--uh--it's five o'clock in the morning, what's the matter with you..||(sad) It's only four..||Huh?||I--I've been, walkin' around all night.. I've been thinkin' about Allison and me.. an' you--||Oh. Oh, George.||Please. Give me another chance.||(regretfully) Uh.. I know I'm gonna regret this. (sigh) All right.||(grateful, relieved) Thank you! I'm gonna make you both so happy!||All right, all right, I'll see ya later. (shuts door)||(delighted!) Woooo!||Elaine! Where's Susie? I want her to head up our new Fingerless Glove Division.||(quiet) Oh, but I thought I was in line for that assignment.||Mmmmm--nah.||All right, then, I was gonna wait, to tell ya this, but.. last night, Susie.. (difficult subject, quiet) she took her own Life..||(happy, enthused) We're takin' George back--||What?!||He's gonna make us very happy.||(quiet) Look at this turnout.||(quiet) Where did Susie find the time to meet all these people..||(irritated) Your funeral's not gonna come close to this.||(to herself) Oh my god! (quiet) Susie?||(quiet) Oh, oh--ho--I'm not Susie.. I'm Elaine.||But I've been calling you Susie.||Oh! Hadn't noticed! Excuse me. (she's going to the podium)||I guess I never met Susie.||(privately amused) Suze? I actually had a little thing with her for a while. (indicating Elaine) Her too.||What can you say about a girl like Susie? (she doesn't know..)||Hey.||Where's uh, where's Allison..||Oh, Allison, she didn't want to come.||But you took me back.||Well, yeah, I did, but she's a tough nut. How d'ya like the tuxedo. It's a rental but I've had it for fifteen years. All right, eh. (heading in)||Where are you goin'..||The Ball, silly.||(afraid not) No no, no no no. You're not goin' in there.||George. I thought you were gonna Change.||(impatient) For her. Not for you.||(light admonishing, under breath) Let's just try, an' have a nice time for once, an' we'll talk about this when we get home..||All right, look--wait--wait--Krama--wait, wait a minute, you are not. You are not goin' in. Ah-ahhh!||Wow! What an, Entrance! (friendly, to George) And eh, who might this be?||Oh, I'm with him.||Oh. Ah-ha..||And.. also, much like me, Susie hated going to the, Market.||Elaine! May I say a few words.||Oh, god, yes, Mr. Peterman. (steps down)||(steps up to the podium, refreshed) Ahhh. I don't think I'll ever be able to forget Susie--ahhh. And most of all, I will never, forget that one night. Working late on the catalogue. Juuust the two of us. And we surrendered to temptation. And it was Pretty Good.||(proud to Peggy, under his breath) Yeah, but he didn't sleep with both of 'em. (winks)||But Iiii never heard her Cries for Help. (sighs) An' nowww.. Susie is gone.||(running in, still hoarse, desperate!) Hold on! Hol--on! Susie didn't commit suicide! (rushes up to podium!) She was Murdered, by Jerry, Sein-feld!||(smugly, under-his-breath) Not only that, I broke his thumbs.||Elaine? Guess what. I've decided to Form a Charitable Foundation, in Susie's honor. And as Susie's best friend, I want you to be involved.||Mr. Peterman.. (leaning forward, whispering) I'm Susie.. She's me..||(leans forward, whispers carefully) I feel the same way. (announcing) And that's why this foundation will meet around Your Schedule. Nights! Weekends! Every, Free Moment you have. (leaving, pats her shoulders confidently)||(looks up, screaming in frustration!) Suuuuuuuuuuze!|
jennifer87 on 2018-03-15:
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