History Characters / Seinfeld

17th Nov '17 10:01:41 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* FrivolousLawsuit: Aids Kramer in a number of these, in particular he was very, very eager to "get a piece" of the tobacco industry. These lawsuits always wind up publicly humiliating him due to Kramer's stupidity.

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* FrivolousLawsuit: Aids Kramer in a number of these, in particular such as suing a coffee company because ''the coffee was too hot''. In particular, he was very, very eager to "get a piece" of the tobacco industry. These lawsuits always wind up publicly humiliating him due to Kramer's stupidity.
17th Nov '17 9:52:24 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* TearsOfFear: When Elaine thinks she is about to die in the finale episode.

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* TearsOfFear: When Elaine thinks she is about to die in the finale episode. episode, she starts crying due to her impending death.



* DrivenToSuicide: Spends the duration of introductory episode as an offscreen character threatening to jump off the roof of the apartment building.

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* DrivenToSuicide: Spends the duration of his introductory episode as an offscreen character threatening to jump off the roof of the apartment building.



* AmbiguouslyJewish : He seems like it but isn't. He's a Italian Catholic, and one episode established him as being a big deal in his chapter of the Knights of Columbus, a Catholic organization. Larry David has stated George is half-Jewish on his mother's side.

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* AmbiguouslyJewish : He seems like it but isn't. He's a an Italian Catholic, and one episode established him as being a big deal in his chapter of the Knights of Columbus, a Catholic organization. Larry David has stated George is half-Jewish on his mother's side.



* HiddenDepths: It's revealed to speak fluent Korean, having gone there frequently because of his job selling statues of Jesus and the Virgin Mary, which were manufactured in Korea.

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* HiddenDepths: It's revealed to speak that he speaks fluent Korean, having gone there frequently because of his job selling statues of Jesus and the Virgin Mary, which were manufactured in Korea.


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*LastNameBasis: Everyone calls him "Mr.Peterman" and he introduces himself as "J. Peterman". His first name is only used once [[spoiler: to address his dying mother. It is "Jocopo".]]
2nd Oct '17 9:40:16 AM mlsmithca
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* NoJustNo: After two failed lawsuits, Jackie does ''not'' want anything to do with Kramer ever again. After the tobacco lawsuit, he files a restraining order against him.

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* NoJustNo: NoJustNoReaction: After two failed lawsuits, Jackie does ''not'' want anything to do with Kramer ever again. After the tobacco lawsuit, he files a restraining order against him.
1st Oct '17 9:14:43 AM Yensid101971
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1st Oct '17 9:13:12 AM Yensid101971
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15th Sep '17 8:35:10 PM DrOO7
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* {{Bridezilla}}: Becomes a bit of one as the wedding approaches, what with her refusal to let Elaine be an usher, declaring it to be "out of the question" as though a female usher is an utterly abhorrent and unheard of idea.





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\n* TookALevelInJerkass: She starts out okay, but gets nastier as time goes on, though this is actually understandable given the calamities that befall her.

11th Sep '17 9:24:32 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* BunnyEarsLawyer: He's a quirky fast talker, but he actually possesses a good deal of legal knowledge. He'd be more successful, though, if he didn't get mixed up with Kramer.

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An ambulance chaser who has the misfortune to be Kramer's go-to lawyer.
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* BunnyEarsLawyer: He's a quirky fast talker, but he actually possesses a good deal of legal knowledge. He'd be more successful, though, if he didn't get mixed up with Kramer wasn't Kramer.


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* NoJustNo: After two failed lawsuits, Jackie does ''not'' want anything to do with Kramer ever again. After the tobacco lawsuit, he files a restraining order against him.
* PetTheDog: Despite filing a restraining order against the man, Jackie still defends Kramer and his friends in the finale.
10th Sep '17 11:04:59 PM SpideyTerry
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* HypocriticalHumor: The reason he dumped the man-fur is because he saw Jerry wearing a coat and thought it looked ridiculous. Of course, then he began wearing an Eight Ball jacket.



%%* BunnyEarsLawyer

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%%* BunnyEarsLawyer* BunnyEarsLawyer: He's a quirky fast talker, but he actually possesses a good deal of legal knowledge. He'd be more successful, though, if he didn't get mixed up with Kramer.


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* ThrowTheDogABone: After years of Kramer publicly humiliating, Jackie gets a break in the finale. He loses the case, but he gets to hook up with Sidra Holland.


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* HopeSpot: She and Elaine almost became actual friends. Sue Ellen was getting married in India, but Elaine thought she only got an invitation as a ploy for a gift and wasn't actually wanted there. She flew out to India to spite her, but Sue Ellen actually greeted her arrival warmly--saying no one else was willing to fly out. Elaine was made maid of honor and all was well... until Sue Ellen found out Elaine slept with the grew a couple years ago.
24th Aug '17 9:44:26 AM Demetrios
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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: Well, Jerry isn't exactly ''evil''[[*]]although [[SitcomArchnemesis Newman]] likes to say he is[[/*]], more like an [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist antisocial misanthropic jerk]], but in "The Sponge," he openly states that a woman being a genuinely good person is a mood-killing turnoff.

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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: Well, Jerry isn't exactly ''evil''[[*]]although ''evil''[[note]]although [[SitcomArchnemesis Newman]] likes to say he is[[/*]], is[[/note]], more like an [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist antisocial misanthropic jerk]], but in "The Sponge," he openly states that a woman being a genuinely good person is a mood-killing turnoff.
24th Aug '17 9:43:59 AM Demetrios
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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: Well, Jerry isn't exactly ''evil'', more like an [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist antisocial misanthropic jerk]], but in "The Sponge," he openly states that a woman being a genuinely good person is a mood-killing turnoff.

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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: Well, Jerry isn't exactly ''evil'', ''evil''[[*]]although [[SitcomArchnemesis Newman]] likes to say he is[[/*]], more like an [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist antisocial misanthropic jerk]], but in "The Sponge," he openly states that a woman being a genuinely good person is a mood-killing turnoff.
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