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Elaine: He took it out. Kramer: El Paso. I spent a month there, one night! Jerry: Looking at cleavage is like looking at the sun. You don't stare at it. You get a sense of it and you look away. Jerry: I thought you said people dressed up when they go to the opera? Kramer: People do. I don't. Uncle Leo: Jerry, hellooo! Kramer: Your Nana’s missing because she’s been passing those bum checks all over town and she finally pissed off the wrong people. George: My whole life has been a complete waste of time. Jerry: And there's so much more to go!

Jerry: The whole reason you watch a TV show is because it ends. If I wanted a long, boring story with no point to it, I've got my life. George: Frolf, frisbee golf, Jerry. Golf with a frisbee. George: I'd rather be dating the blind. A good looking blind woman doesn't even know you're not good enough for her. Kramer: Boxers! How do you wear these things? Look at that–they’re bagging up, they’re rising in, and there’s nothing holding me in place. Elaine: I am going to sidle the sidler. Jerry: You sidle? You stomp around like a Clydesdale. Mr. Ross: It's a terrible tragedy when parents outlive their children. George: Yes, I agree. I hope my parents go long before I do. Jerry: Women go after doctors like men go after models. They want someone with knowledge of the body. We just want the body. Jerry: Is it possible they're just having babies to get people to visit them? George: My father was a quitter, my grandfather was a quitter, I was raised to give up. It's one of the few things I do well. George: You know what I love? How there's two nuts named after people: Hazel and Filbert. Estelle Costanza: You're not giving away our waterpik!, Jerry : I'll tell you what the big advantage of homosexuality is. If you're going out with someone your size, you double your wardrobe.

Jerry: We were in the garage. You know how garages are. They're conducive to sex talk. It's a high testosterone area. George: You could do your taxes in the time it takes me to have an orgasm.

George: Was he on his death bed? Jerry: No, he was on his regular bed. Elaine: No, I don't have a square to spare. I can't spare a square."

George: Jerry! Jerry, I'm trapped under my desk. Steinbrenner's in the room. You gotta help me! Jerry: Who is this. Puddy: Right, Koko. That chimp's alright. High-five. Darren: Hi, this is Darren from Kramer’s office. Mr. Kramer would like to schedule a lunch with you at Monk’s coffee shop. Jerry (about George): When he's dead he'll be relieved. Jerry (about George): When he's dead he'll be relieved. George: This experience has changed me. It’s made me more cynical, more bitter, more jaded. Jerry: Really? George: Sure, why not. Elaine: So you were violated by two people while you were under the gas. Big deal! You're single. Morty Seinfeld: How could you spend $200 on a tip calculator? Uncle Leo: Jerry, hellooo! Tim Whatley: Oh, which reminds me, did you hear the one about the Pope and Raquel Welch on the lifeboat.

Puddy: I painted my face. Elaine: You painted your face? Puddy: Yeah. Elaine: Why? Puddy: Well, you know, support the team. Jerry: I'm not gay. Not that there's anything wrong with that. Jerry: Why do I always have the feeling everybody's doing something better than me on Saturday afternoons? Elaine: Maybe I’ll go visit my mother. She just bought me some new panties and they’re all laid out for me? Jerry: Ah well, if it isn't Shakey the Mohel. Jerry: People snap out of that Christmas spirit like it was a drunken stupor. Kramer: Hey, you know what would make a great coffee table book? A coffee table book about coffee tables.

Kramer: Now let's push this giant ball of oil out the window. : George: If it wasn't for the toilet, there would be no books. Jerry: Patty wants me to be more emotional and express my feelings. George: What do you care what she thinks? Jerry: Good body.

Kramer [in the sauna]: It's like a sauna in here. , "George: She's got a little Marissa Tomei thing goin' on. Jerry: Ah, too bad you've got a little George Costanza thing goin' on." George: My mother had a Glamour magazine, I started leafing through it. So, one thing lead to another. George: This is gonna be my time. Time to taste the fruits and let the juices drip down my chin. I proclaim this: The Summer of George. Jerry: Ah well, if it isn't Shakey the Mohel.