“I never met a man who knew so much about nothing.”

(another Seinfeld-in-culture note before you read on to the latest Seinfeld-isms below) Jerry was flying first class and living it up (while Elaine suffered in coach) when this line came his way. His seatmate was marveling at a comment he'd just made about the fudge sundae they were eating ("They got the fudge on the bottom. You see? That enables… Continue reading “I never met a man who knew so much about nothing.”

“Blow it off. Remember ‘Poli-Sci’?”

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“Oh…let him kill me. I won’t have to do any more sit-ups.”

(a note to readers before you read on to more Seinfeld-isms below) It was cut from the episode, the above Costanza line, before "The Busboy" aired. (Turn on the "Notes About Nothing" function while watching any Seinfeld episode on DVD to get such priceless trivia.) George inadvertently played a hand in the kneejerk firing of a waiter… Continue reading “Oh…let him kill me. I won’t have to do any more sit-ups.”