November 9, 2007

"We would be in the coffee shop afterward talking and talking and talking until we ran out of things to say ... and Jerry would say, 'That's enough.'"

Jerry Seinfeld's unused, alternate ending for the "Seinfeld" series.

We talked about doing a final scene for the DVD where we come out of jail and go to the coffee shop -- Michael Richards [Kramer] had come out all tattooed and become a rough rider; Julia Louis-Dreyfus [Elaine] was a lesbian; I had a sex change ... and Jerry was exactly the way he was. And he would say, "Boy, that was rough."


Trooper York said...
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tc said...

Annie, my pretty lass,
Every time you remove my posts, you also remove my messages to Trooper York, Simon, Maxine Weiss...(see below). And you also hurt yourself - as well as prove the imbecility and bankruptcy of your guiding idealogical/religious light(faith), feminism.
When will you become contented with rubbing the nob between your thighs and let people like myself -who know about "life" and "death"- handle matters that do not fall within your purview ? Ay veh...give it up, play with yourself and allow the big boys like myself do their thing, you so-desirable morsel.
tc said...Annie,You can remove my posts all you want (see below). But it wont help, for you are only fighting/hurting yourself. Believe me, for I know...I have been "dead" and I carry that "death" with me always. Wise up beautiful, eh ?Philosophically, Ann, as I see it, there are 4 ingredients to life and they fluctuate back and forth over time ( just as my father, a lawyer and a police lieutenant in NYPD intelligence [a US Marine who landed -first wave- with the 2nd Division at Iwo Jima in WW II, was shot to hell but went back with the first wave on Tarawa] told me, all of life is a pendulum, swinging from one extreme to another. And it is my belief that we are swinging away from feminism today):
1) survival
2) contentment/comparison
3) motion/change/'eternal' present
4) polygamy
Furthermore, we have gone too far towards the feminist direction and correction is in order. With this in mind, I post the below...which, in time, will destroy the thought behind feminism, homosexuality, lesbianism...:
tc said...And, with some help..., I will use the "gender card" (11-9-07) to destroy not only Hillary, but feminism as well. See below
tc said... And, with some help..., I will use the "gender card" (11-9-07) to destroy not only Hillary, but feminism as well. See below:tom said... Below you'll find what I posted above at about #40. The reason I post it again (about #60) is to illustrate how bad off we as a country -a world- are. Feminism has destroyed any backbone in men whatsoever. No one has commented on the fact that I have posited the near complete revision of civil rights in the USA -and the world. Because feminism has made pansies, wimps, faggots and worse out of all men in our once great country. Yesterday I met a Sunni iman from Lahore,Pakistan in Yonkers who could probably beat any one of you supposed American men either intellectually or physically because of his determination. As I see it -because of feminism- no man in America today has any idea what being a man means. And I call all you "men" perverts, faggots, queers, ass- wipers and worse. America's men today are worse than cursed women/ feminists because they are to lazy even to wipe their own asses. POSTED EARLIER:
More to the point, do we (including women) want women anywhere other than at home with -and raising- their own children whom they have borne in their own wombs ? Who is going to pay for the retire- ment pensions of all the baby- boomers ? Young workers -far less numerous than in 1960s- are already highly taxed. Our politicians are afraid to touch Social Security because they'll not be re-elected. Public pension plans nation-wide are near bankrupt -and private pensions may be worse off. The die has been cast and the fight is upon us : Inter-generational warfare between all the aging baby-boomers who supported feminist nonsense and young -already excessively taxed- workers. Who do you think will win ? I very much doubt we old-timers will. And why has this occured/is this occuring ? It is one of the innumerable horrors wrought by feminism, a feminism which said that men and women are equal (such a dastardly lie), that women should work instead of having children, that abortion was a woman's "right" and so much other contemptible nonsense that I couldn't even list here; because life itself has been attacked by a feminism that only embraces death. And that is what Hillary Clinton and her equally foolish husband (whose cockmanship I highly esteem; as Hillary couldn't satisfy him, he found it necessary to get tit elsewhere -so even Hillary has been victimised by feminism) will bring to America and the world if she gets elected. As to Maxine Weiss, thank-you. And I note that the female genius, once a woman agrees with a man, is to do him better.Tom
a) Maxine Weiss said... (I like your playlist, Maxine. And I hope to be singing in my church choir (tenor/ baritone) for midnight mass on Christmas Eve.
b) Ann Althouse said... Oh good lord.
c) Trooper York said... When Federico Fellini was directing... in the bizarre world of freaks and demons ( to my dear NYC tax attorney in NYC (a gayboy ? who know), you really should re-assess your "freaks and demons" for you may be missing the ones who work with you...or the fellow you see in the mirror every morning -for such a status can come about without one being aware of it).
d) tc said... Oh yes, dear Ann, I am a Roman Catholic and I go to mass every Sunday/Saturday night. But I was also trained by the Jesuits, the Jews, U.S. Intelligence agencies... And I revere all of the above
You, Ann and your fellow feminists are going down, all the way down. Tom

Pastafarian said...

Man. They really are out there aren't they? Holy smoke.

EnigmatiCore said...

Why do I have "Psycho Killer" and "They're Coming To Take Me Away" alternating on my mental jukebox?

Ralph said...

I tried watching Seinfeld several times and didn't find it funny at all. The laugh track was annoying, and Jerry's voice, particularly at the end, was grating. I'm told I had to understand the characters to get it, but they were so unappealing it wasn't worth the effort. Am I a minority of one?

Gahrie said...


I "got it". I just didn't think it was all that funny.

rcocean said...

The fault dear Brutus, lies not in the stars but within ourselves.

dick said...

It's funny but at the time the show was first on I had a contract with a group of people from out of town. They went out of their way to make sure they never missed Seinfeld every week and they would put off going out to dinner until the show was over. I thought I would watch it to see what intrigued them so much. I fell asleep half way through. I thought it was the most boring drivel ever. The only think I found more boring was some of the Woody Allen movies.

Rick Lee said...

Ralph... were you in the original Seinfeld focus group? What you said is exactly what the focus group said when they originally tested the show. And it turned out to be the most successful situation comedy of all time. I loved it through and through. They proved that characters don't have to be lovable to be funny. The motto of the show was "No learning, no hugging". Even that cracks me up. BTW... it's not a laugh track, it's a studio audience. No show is good for everybody. There have been plenty of popular shows that I didn't "get"... like Three's Company, for instance.

Rick Lee said...

BTW... I really didn't care for that final show.

Tim said...

Some are the masters of their domain, and others, not so much.

And some, obviously, never even try.

Ralph said...

it's not a laugh track, it's a studio audience
of trained seals.

rcocean said...

Even the most popular show draws only a 20 rating. Which means 80 percent don't watch it. Popular shows I didn't get:

-Home Improvement
=Married with Children
-Family Guy
-The Nanny
-Barney Miller

Ann Althouse said...

"Jerry? Joe Davola. (spits three times) Got a hair on my tongue. Can't get it off. You know how much I hate that? Of course you do. You put it there. I know what you said about me Seinfeld. I know you bad mouthed me to the execs at NBC... put the kibosh on my deal. Now I'm gonna put the kibosh on you. You know I've kiboshed before. And I will...kibosh again."