When she first sees her son, she yells out his first name in shock, the first time in the series the audience learns Kramer's first name.
A bewildered George, who went with Kramer, confusedly repeats his name, "Cosmo"? Landis, who injured her humeral epicondyle playing tennis, is devastated and states she has no reason to live if she can't play tennis, and Elaine doesn't have the heart to ask for the racket back. Pitt needs his racket for a match against Ethel Kennedy.
We want to do a lot of stuff; we're not in great shape. Jerry Seinfeld Now they show you how detergents take out bloodstains, a pretty violent image there.
That's why a wedding is like the joining together of a beautiful, glowing bride and some guy. I think if you've got a T-shirt with a bloodstain all over it, maybe laundry isn't your biggest problem.Maybe you should get rid of the body before you do the wash.It occurred to me only recently — while trying to explain to a girl I no longer wanted to see, “It’s not you; it’s me” — that the near-entirety of my repertoire as dater, pick-up artist and generally-frustrated bachelor is really just an amalgam of cues I picked up from .The line mentioned above is, of course, a favorite break-up device of one George Costanza, who is perhaps the most conniving but ultimately hapless lothario to ever walk the streets of (fictional) Manhattan."The Switch" is the 97th episode of NBC sitcom Seinfeld. George has dinner with Nina; she feasts on the food and then goes to the bathroom to "freshen" herself.