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#1 Posted on
And boy, aren't there a lot to choose from. Picking just one to be the best would be impossible. Here are what I think to be some of the best.

Kramer finding the Merv Griffin Show set and turning his appartment into the Merv Griffin Show was fantastic. Just the way he thought it was a talk show, and how he acted was priceless. "Hey look, it's our good friend, George Costanza!"

Of course, there is the Bubble Boy, and his fight with Jerry.

The one were Kramer ran the Jewish singles night (at the Knights of Colombus), and Frank's flashbacks to Korea.

I'd love to hear from you guys on this one. I'd only wish they wouldn't show the show so many times in one day.





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The Festivus one, to me, is a classic of an episode. I'll be making aluminum pole jokes until I die because of that.

The Merv Griffin set was great.

However, I've got to say the Master of the Domain is the greatest. Seeing Kramer walk into Jerry's apartment, slam down some money, and go "I'm out!" in a 3-second span makes it so great.







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Only because one of my co-workers did it a week after I saw it:

The one where George breaks up with the woman who's about to break up with him -- the "preemptive break-up."

Soup Nazi. The Little Jerry. The Comeback. And the one where George gets named "Koko the Monkey."



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The Face Painter... My favourite. Puddy paints his body to support the team (NJ Devils). Scares the hell out of an old priest who he stepped in front of his car "Diablo!". Plus the side story of Krammer had a problem with a chimp at the zoo.

The Glasses... Krammer says he can get a discount for George to get glasses, George went with Elaine and Jerry to the shop and Elaine get's bitten by a dog. Jerry & Elaine goes to the hospitial thinking she has rabies and George ends up buying ladies glasses.

The Baby Shower... Bit of an old school one but Krammer convinces Jerry to get illegal cable and Elaine does a baby shower in Jerry's apartment for a friend.



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The last episodes...because it meant that damn show was finally over.

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Puffy Shirt.

Honorable mention, The Contest, The Hamptons.

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The Bizzaro world episode. The Pilot is another good one. My favorite is where Goerge becomes a genius when he gives up sex.







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The statue that George wants but is stolen by "Rava's" boyfriend. I love the scene in the cafe when George is sitting behind Jerry and the boyfriend talking the whole time. "Again with the Rava!" Total George line.

I was never a big fan of Seinfeld when it was on TV. It has grown somewhat on me since syndication.

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The Bookman Episode

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#10 Posted on
George wants the Frogger Machine.

And the famous "Magic Loogie" episode. Kramer yelling "I'm HIT!" one of the funniest things I ever saw.
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I don't remember the context of the episode, but I loved when Kramer told George and Jerry the story of how he over-powered the guy who hijacked the city bus he was on, took the wheel and then "kicked him out the door at the next stop".

"You kept making the stops?!"

"Well, people kept ringing the bell!"

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    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
    I don't remember the context of the episode, but I loved when Kramer told George and Jerry the story of how he over-powered the guy who hijacked the city bus he was on, took the wheel and then "kicked him out the door at the next stop".

    "You kept making the stops?!"

    "Well, people kept ringing the bell!"

    Yeah, that's right, I am Batman.



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Nothing will ever top the episode with Keith Hernandez. The best hourlong Seinfeld episode ever.



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#14 Posted on
Some of my favorite episodes are with George at Play Now. Jerry and him do the stupid voice, everyone hates George and he crawls into his office through a vent. My favorite line from that one is George saying, "Can you do me a favor and tell him if he needs me, I'm IN MY OFFICE!" Or, when he gets the Rascal, Jerry says, "Well, it's comforting to know you'll be going straight to hell at no more than 3 miles per hour." Basically, I love at least a part of every episode of Seinfeld.

Oh, and from the first post here, the Bubble Boy fights with George, not Jerry. "Moors! Moops!"

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No clue what the name of the episode is, but the one where Kramer convert's to Communism and is subsequently fired from his job as a mall Santa for spreading propaganda.

Bizzaro Jerry is another good one, as is the one where George eats out of the trash can.



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I direct you to Altoshaam's comments in regards to my favorite episode. All of Bookman's monologues are absolute side-splitters!

However, I am also very partial to the episode where Elaine finds out Puddy's a Born-Again Christian.

"What do you care? You're the one going to hell."



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#17 Posted on
"You stole my Jesus fish!"

The Soup Nazi is one of the best ("Come back...ONE YEAR!") and The Merv Griffin Show is way up there (George's bionic squirrel and the "special tiny instruments from El Paso," plus Jerry doping up his date to play with her toys) but my all-time favorite is the Marine Biologist.

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I'm a major fan of Bookman and Puddy, too. Puddy's defining moment is the episode where Kramer is trying to install the garbage disposal in the shower and calls Elaine's looking for Puddy...and they cut to a shot of Puddy sitting on Elaine's couch, by himself, staring into space.

It's hard to pick a favorite, as I think Seinfeld far and away has the highest percentage of truly great episodes out of any comedy, all-time (Newsradio might be close, as Patrick Warburton one-upped his Puddy role and helped the last season with the four Evil Johnny Johnson episodes), but at the moment, I'll go with the "not that there's anything wrong with that" episode, which has the best pacing and builds up perfectly to the last joke with Kramer and the repairman.
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"It's hard to pick a favorite, as I think Seinfeld far and away has the highest percentage of truly great episodes out of any comedy, all-time (Newsradio might be close, as Patrick Warburton one-upped his Puddy role and helped the last season with the four Evil Johnny Johnson episodes)"

It may be a little dated now, but I think die-hard Cheers fans may disagree.

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#20 Posted on
The Keith Hernandez episodes were fantastic. Kramer's telling of the spit, complete with JFK-like footage, was great.





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