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  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,254
    pjradio wrote:
    In "The Contest", who is the 2nd person eliminated & why

    Elaine; "John F...Kennedy...Jun-yah!"
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  • Billy Mumphry was a cock-eyed optimist. He got tied up in the high stakes world of international intrigue and world diplomacy.
    vant0037 wrote:
    Two-Part Question:

    In the episode, "The Doodle," Elaine is interviewing for a job with Viking Press. Part of the interview process is to review a manuscript, which she accidentally leaves in Jerry's fumigated apartment. Kramer, however, reads the manuscript (while in the fumigated apartment) and offers Elaine his opinions on the manuscript. What is the name of the main character in the manuscript and, according to Kramer (which Elaine repeats in the interview), what led to his downfall in the manuscript?
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  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,254
    Paul David wrote:
    Billy Mumphry was a cock-eyed optimist. He got tied up in the high stakes world of international intrigue and world diplomacy.
    vant0037 wrote:
    Two-Part Question:

    In the episode, "The Doodle," Elaine is interviewing for a job with Viking Press. Part of the interview process is to review a manuscript, which she accidentally leaves in Jerry's fumigated apartment. Kramer, however, reads the manuscript (while in the fumigated apartment) and offers Elaine his opinions on the manuscript. What is the name of the main character in the manuscript and, according to Kramer (which Elaine repeats in the interview), what led to his downfall in the manuscript?

    I'll give you full credit. For the record, I was looking for "unbridled enthusiasm." :lol:

    PS Great episodes were on tonight...

    You're up!
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    2009-08-28 San Francisco
    2010-05-01 NOLA (Jazz Fest)
    2011-07-02 EV Minneapolis
    2011-09-03 PJ20
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    2011-09-17 Winnipeg
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  • dammit. the one part I missed!
    vant0037 wrote:
    Paul David wrote:
    Billy Mumphry was a cock-eyed optimist. He got tied up in the high stakes world of international intrigue and world diplomacy.
    vant0037 wrote:
    Two-Part Question:

    In the episode, "The Doodle," Elaine is interviewing for a job with Viking Press. Part of the interview process is to review a manuscript, which she accidentally leaves in Jerry's fumigated apartment. Kramer, however, reads the manuscript (while in the fumigated apartment) and offers Elaine his opinions on the manuscript. What is the name of the main character in the manuscript and, according to Kramer (which Elaine repeats in the interview), what led to his downfall in the manuscript?

    I'll give you full credit. For the record, I was looking for "unbridled enthusiasm." :lol:

    PS Great episodes were on tonight...

    You're up!
    Gimli 1993
    Fargo 2003
    Winnipeg 2005
    Winnipeg 2011
    St. Paul 2014
  • three part question:

    1) on George's Frogger score, what are his 3 initials?
    2) what does the middle initial stand for?
    3) what is his score? :shock:
    Gimli 1993
    Fargo 2003
    Winnipeg 2005
    Winnipeg 2011
    St. Paul 2014
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,254
    Paul David wrote:
    three part question:

    1) on George's Frogger score, what are his 3 initials?
    2) what does the middle initial stand for?
    3) what is his score? :shock:

    Ooh...definitely don't know the score.

    "GLC," which stands for "George Louis Costanza." Not sure what his score was.

    He had the perfect amount of grease on his fingers...

    What was the score?
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    2003-06-16 St. Paul
    2006-06-26 St. Paul
    2007-08-05 Chicago
    2009-08-23 Chicago
    2009-08-28 San Francisco
    2010-05-01 NOLA (Jazz Fest)
    2011-07-02 EV Minneapolis
    2011-09-03 PJ20
    2011-09-04 PJ20
    2011-09-17 Winnipeg
    2012-06-26 Amsterdam
    2012-06-27 Amsterdam
    2013-07-19 Wrigley
    2013-11-21 San Diego
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    2016-08-20 Wrigley 1
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    2018-06-18 London 1
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  • vant0037 wrote:
    What was the score?

    860,630.
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    Fargo 2003
    Winnipeg 2005
    Winnipeg 2011
    St. Paul 2014
  • the perfect combination of Mountain Dew and mozarella. :lol:
    vant0037 wrote:
    Paul David wrote:
    three part question:

    1) on George's Frogger score, what are his 3 initials?
    2) what does the middle initial stand for?
    3) what is his score? :shock:

    Ooh...definitely don't know the score.

    "GLC," which stands for "George Louis Costanza." Not sure what his score was.

    He had the perfect amount of grease on his fingers...

    What was the score?
    Gimli 1993
    Fargo 2003
    Winnipeg 2005
    Winnipeg 2011
    St. Paul 2014
  • in The Chinese Restaurant, what is the customer's name who the restaurant host claims is "always here", and where is he from?
    Gimli 1993
    Fargo 2003
    Winnipeg 2005
    Winnipeg 2011
    St. Paul 2014
  • LoulouLoulou Adelaide (the forgotten city)Posts: 6,221
    Mr. Cohen? :? I think? I can't remember where he's from though............
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  • The Waiting Trophy ManThe Waiting Trophy Man Niagara region, Ontario, CanadaPosts: 12,158
    Loulou wrote:
    Mr. Cohen? :? I think? I can't remember where he's from though............

    Manhattan?
    Another habit says it's in love with you
    Another habit says its long overdue
    Another habit like an unwanted friend
    I'm so happy with my righteous self
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,254
    Paul David wrote:
    in The Chinese Restaurant, what is the customer's name who the restaurant host claims is "always here", and where is he from?

    What's the answer!?
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    2006-06-26 St. Paul
    2007-08-05 Chicago
    2009-08-23 Chicago
    2009-08-28 San Francisco
    2010-05-01 NOLA (Jazz Fest)
    2011-07-02 EV Minneapolis
    2011-09-03 PJ20
    2011-09-04 PJ20
    2011-09-17 Winnipeg
    2012-06-26 Amsterdam
    2012-06-27 Amsterdam
    2013-07-19 Wrigley
    2013-11-21 San Diego
    2013-11-23 Los Angeles
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    2014-07-08 Leeds, UK
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    2014-10-09 Lincoln
    2014-10-19 St. Paul
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    2016-08-20 Wrigley 1
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    2018-06-18 London 1
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  • LukinFanLukinFan Florida Posts: 27,489
    Loulou wrote:
    Mr. Cohen? :? I think? I can't remember where he's from though............
    I think that's right - or at least it's close.

    LOVE this episode. When the guy yells out "Cartwright" - that shit cracks me up every time!
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  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,254
    In the episode "The Pez Dispenser," what type/character Pez Dispenser does Jerry put on Elaine's leg, causing her to laugh hysterically, during the piano recital?

    Bonus: in a conversation on the episode, Jerry mentions that he and Kramer used to play on a softball team together. What position did Kramer play and excel at?
    1998-06-30 Minneapolis
    2003-06-16 St. Paul
    2006-06-26 St. Paul
    2007-08-05 Chicago
    2009-08-23 Chicago
    2009-08-28 San Francisco
    2010-05-01 NOLA (Jazz Fest)
    2011-07-02 EV Minneapolis
    2011-09-03 PJ20
    2011-09-04 PJ20
    2011-09-17 Winnipeg
    2012-06-26 Amsterdam
    2012-06-27 Amsterdam
    2013-07-19 Wrigley
    2013-11-21 San Diego
    2013-11-23 Los Angeles
    2013-11-24 Los Angeles
    2014-07-08 Leeds, UK
    2014-07-11 Milton Keynes, UK
    2014-10-09 Lincoln
    2014-10-19 St. Paul
    2014-10-20 Milwaukee
    2016-08-20 Wrigley 1
    2016-08-22 Wrigley 2
    2018-06-18 London 1
    2018-08-18 Wrigley 1
    2018-08-20 Wrigley 2
  • neilybabes86neilybabes86 Posts: 16,057
    vant0037 wrote:
    In the episode "The Pez Dispenser," what type/character Pez Dispenser does Jerry put on Elaine's leg, causing her to laugh hysterically, during the piano recital?

    Bonus: in a conversation on the episode, Jerry mentions that he and Kramer used to play on a softball team together. What position did Kramer play and excel at?


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    i post on the board of a band that doesn't exsist anymore .......i need my head examined.......
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,254
    vant0037 wrote:
    In the episode "The Pez Dispenser," what type/character Pez Dispenser does Jerry put on Elaine's leg, causing her to laugh hysterically, during the piano recital?

    Bonus: in a conversation on the episode, Jerry mentions that he and Kramer used to play on a softball team together. What position did Kramer play and excel at?


    tweety bird

    Nice call. You're up!
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    2009-08-28 San Francisco
    2010-05-01 NOLA (Jazz Fest)
    2011-07-02 EV Minneapolis
    2011-09-03 PJ20
    2011-09-04 PJ20
    2011-09-17 Winnipeg
    2012-06-26 Amsterdam
    2012-06-27 Amsterdam
    2013-07-19 Wrigley
    2013-11-21 San Diego
    2013-11-23 Los Angeles
    2013-11-24 Los Angeles
    2014-07-08 Leeds, UK
    2014-07-11 Milton Keynes, UK
    2014-10-09 Lincoln
    2014-10-19 St. Paul
    2014-10-20 Milwaukee
    2016-08-20 Wrigley 1
    2016-08-22 Wrigley 2
    2018-06-18 London 1
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  • neilybabes86neilybabes86 Posts: 16,057
    whats the date of the infamous keith hernandez spitting incident ?
    and who were the mets playing?

    (newman clearly says it )
    i post on the board of a band that doesn't exsist anymore .......i need my head examined.......
  • yep, it's Mr Cohen, and he's from Park Avenue.
    vant0037 wrote:
    Paul David wrote:
    in The Chinese Restaurant, what is the customer's name who the restaurant host claims is "always here", and where is he from?

    What's the answer!?
    Gimli 1993
    Fargo 2003
    Winnipeg 2005
    Winnipeg 2011
    St. Paul 2014
  • vant0037 wrote:
    Bonus: in a conversation on the episode, Jerry mentions that he and Kramer used to play on a softball team together. What position did Kramer play and excel at?

    shortstop? (you couldn't get anything past him?)
    Gimli 1993
    Fargo 2003
    Winnipeg 2005
    Winnipeg 2011
    St. Paul 2014
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,254
    Paul David wrote:
    vant0037 wrote:
    Bonus: in a conversation on the episode, Jerry mentions that he and Kramer used to play on a softball team together. What position did Kramer play and excel at?

    shortstop? (you couldn't get anything past him?)

    Half-credit. First base and "you couldn't get anything past him." :D
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    2003-06-16 St. Paul
    2006-06-26 St. Paul
    2007-08-05 Chicago
    2009-08-23 Chicago
    2009-08-28 San Francisco
    2010-05-01 NOLA (Jazz Fest)
    2011-07-02 EV Minneapolis
    2011-09-03 PJ20
    2011-09-04 PJ20
    2011-09-17 Winnipeg
    2012-06-26 Amsterdam
    2012-06-27 Amsterdam
    2013-07-19 Wrigley
    2013-11-21 San Diego
    2013-11-23 Los Angeles
    2013-11-24 Los Angeles
    2014-07-08 Leeds, UK
    2014-07-11 Milton Keynes, UK
    2014-10-09 Lincoln
    2014-10-19 St. Paul
    2014-10-20 Milwaukee
    2016-08-20 Wrigley 1
    2016-08-22 Wrigley 2
    2018-06-18 London 1
    2018-08-18 Wrigley 1
    2018-08-20 Wrigley 2
  • how is it I always remember the quote but not the real answer? :lol:
    vant0037 wrote:
    Paul David wrote:
    vant0037 wrote:
    Bonus: in a conversation on the episode, Jerry mentions that he and Kramer used to play on a softball team together. What position did Kramer play and excel at?

    shortstop? (you couldn't get anything past him?)

    Half-credit. First base and "you couldn't get anything past him." :D
    Gimli 1993
    Fargo 2003
    Winnipeg 2005
    Winnipeg 2011
    St. Paul 2014
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,254
    Paul David wrote:
    how is it I always remember the quote but not the real answer? :lol:

    I do the same thing...I tend to remember the gist of things but not specifics... :D
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    2006-06-26 St. Paul
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    2009-08-23 Chicago
    2009-08-28 San Francisco
    2010-05-01 NOLA (Jazz Fest)
    2011-07-02 EV Minneapolis
    2011-09-03 PJ20
    2011-09-04 PJ20
    2011-09-17 Winnipeg
    2012-06-26 Amsterdam
    2012-06-27 Amsterdam
    2013-07-19 Wrigley
    2013-11-21 San Diego
    2013-11-23 Los Angeles
    2013-11-24 Los Angeles
    2014-07-08 Leeds, UK
    2014-07-11 Milton Keynes, UK
    2014-10-09 Lincoln
    2014-10-19 St. Paul
    2014-10-20 Milwaukee
    2016-08-20 Wrigley 1
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    2018-06-18 London 1
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  • igotid88igotid88 Posts: 16,315
    RIP Uncle Leo
    I miss igotid88
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,254
    igotid88 wrote:
    RIP Uncle Leo

    I saw that...too bad. Great side character.
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    2009-08-28 San Francisco
    2010-05-01 NOLA (Jazz Fest)
    2011-07-02 EV Minneapolis
    2011-09-03 PJ20
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    2018-06-18 London 1
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  • Indifference71Indifference71 ChicagoPosts: 13,150
    vant0037 wrote:
    igotid88 wrote:
    RIP Uncle Leo

    I saw that...too bad. Great side character.


    I loved how Uncle Leo would always talk about his other nephew Jeffrey who works for the Parks department.....
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  • Jearlpam0925Jearlpam0925 Deep South PhillyPosts: 11,525
    vant0037 wrote:
    igotid88 wrote:
    RIP Uncle Leo

    I saw that...too bad. Great side character.


    I loved how Uncle Leo would always talk about his other nephew Jeffrey who works for the Parks department.....

    Know what Jeffrey's favorite animal is? The leoparrrrrd.
  • The FixerThe Fixer Posts: 12,802
    whats the date of the infamous keith hernandez spitting incident ?
    and who were the mets playing?

    (newman clearly says it )

    pretty sure it's 5/4/87. and I know it was vs the phillies
  • Jearlpam0925Jearlpam0925 Deep South PhillyPosts: 11,525
    The Fixer wrote:
    whats the date of the infamous keith hernandez spitting incident ?
    and who were the mets playing?

    (newman clearly says it )

    pretty sure it's 5/4/87. and I know it was vs the phillies

    Here's a toss up - who's the actual spitter?
  • The FixerThe Fixer Posts: 12,802
    The Fixer wrote:
    whats the date of the infamous keith hernandez spitting incident ?
    and who were the mets playing?

    (newman clearly says it )

    pretty sure it's 5/4/87. and I know it was vs the phillies

    Here's a toss up - who's the actual spitter?

    mcdowell. on the gravely road

    where did elaine go to college?
  • Jearlpam0925Jearlpam0925 Deep South PhillyPosts: 11,525
    The Fixer wrote:
    The Fixer wrote:
    pretty sure it's 5/4/87. and I know it was vs the phillies

    Here's a toss up - who's the actual spitter?

    mcdowell. on the gravely road

    where did elaine go to college?

    Tufts.
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